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  • By Lanner
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  • Posted 21/04/2020

We are excited to announce that Lanner has been shortlisted for the Made in the Midlands Digital Engineering / Technology Award for the impact of its predictive digital twins & simulation models.

Insider magazine’s annual celebration of the great manufacturing sector in the Midlands has marked its tenth anniversary with a record number of entries.

"This year we’ve not only received the biggest number of entries ever, but have the widest range of manufacturing businesses.”
says Insider Business Editor, Ian Griffin

The Digital Engineering / Technology Award will be presented to the company that has best used or developed software, technology or technical processes to solve problems or add value for its customers.

The judges shortlisted Lanner based on its forward-looking focus, its support for advanced manufacturing processes and techniques, integrating across manufacturing systems and providing predictive digital twins that have delivered tangible results for many manufacturers, including several based here in the Midlands, UK.

“Today’s businesses are facing increasingly difficult and complex decisions. Markets are changing constantly; competition is fierce, and customers are demanding innovative new experiences at consistently high service levels. Add this to the rise of Industry 4.0, where businesses are driven to embrace digital models that encompass connectivity, data analytics and stronger customer focus. Lanner’s predictive simulation software has helped both analysts and decision-makers understand their business processes, data and how they affect one another,"
comments David Jones, CEO, Lanner
"Being shortlisted for this award is testament to the excellence and professionalism of our staff and the services we provide, that we hope will continue to drive the Midlands manufacturing industry to even greater successes."

The winners of the award will be announced at a gala dinner on Thursday 3 rd September at the MacDonald Burlington Hotel, Birmingham.

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