The National Association of Manufacturers actively advocates for many issues to improve the business climate for manufacturers, but one in particular impacts every single thing they do – technology. From the machinery on the shop floors, the way companies communicate with their customers, and the advancements manufacturers make in their businesses, technology is the driving force.
High-speed voice, video and data services provide limitless opportunities for manufacturers to innovate and create jobs in the United States. Firms have become increasingly dependent on the wireless Internet and advanced telecommunication devices in their daily operations to connect customers, employees, suppliers and valued partners.
Today the NAM was on Capitol Hill, sharing that message along with Reps. Brett Guthrie (R-KY) and Doris Matsui
(D-CA), Co-Chairs, Federal Spectrum Working Group on the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Representatives from Boeing and Radiosoft participated in a panel to discuss how the benefits of a robust and reliable broadband infrastructure have transformed America’s manufacturers.
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