From the server room to the shop floor, technology is changing the most critical functions within the manufacturing industry at a faster rate than ever before. Engineers are modeling, simulating, testing and improving new products before they create even a single physical prototype. Manufacturers are becoming more predictive around maintenance, quality and efficiency. Marketers are becoming more analytical and responsive, using social media and customer relationship management (CRM) metrics to listen for and provide the types of information customers are seeking.

Whether your role involves data science, digital manufacturing, engineering or IT, rely on Dell to provide the right solutions to keep your manufacturing operations moving forward.

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  1. Digital Manufacturing

    Digital Manufacturing

    Can technology help drive forward decades of industrial engineering efforts to improve the ergonomics, health and safety of factory floors? Our digital manufacturing solutions can help create safer, more efficient and more intelligent manufacturing.

  2. Engineering


    Gain the competitive edge — get your engineering team’s ideas designed, prototyped and on the market faster with Dell manufacturing solutions.


  1. Speakers Bureau

    Manufacturing Speakers Bureau

    This site introduces you to experts in the manufacturing industry, gives you access to knowledgeable resources and allows you to request a speaker for your next event.


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