On Wednesday, September 11 in Stratford, Ontario, Plex Systems will be hosting the Plex ERP Lunch & Learn at The Parlour Inn, followed by a Plant Tour at Ernie Green Industries. Attendees will watch live demonstrations of the Plex Manufacturing Cloud in real time and be able to ask questions from actual customers to get an exclusive look at what it takes to run a modern, successful manufacturing organization.
This is an ideal event for manufacturing SMEs to attend, whether you are scaling up and getting into ERP, modernizing, or replacing legacy ERP systems.
Mentor Works’ Business Development Executive, Brenda Cane Blackwell, will be attending and speaking at the Lunch & Learn to share her expertise on Canadian government funding and how it can offset ERP technology investment and adoption across the shop floor.
Plex Lunch & Learn and Ernie Green Industries Plant Tour
Plex offers the only ERP solution built from the ground up in the cloud and focused exclusively on manufacturing. The Plex Manufacturing Cloud connects suppliers, materials, machines, and people to help businesses innovate, improve productivity, and achieve new levels of quality and efficiency.
Ernie Green Industries is a leader in molding, finishing, and plastic injection tooling, serving a wide customer base including automotive, industrial, consumer, medical device, and energy industries. They will be providing a Plant Tour following the Lunch & Learn at The Parlour Inn and will demonstrate the Plex ERP system first hand for attendees.
Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2019
The Parlour Inn: 101 Wellington St, Stratford, ON N5A 2L4
- 11:30am – 1:00pm: Lunch & Learn at The Parlour Inn
- 1:00pm – 1:30pm: Shuttle to Ernie Green Industries
- 1:30pm – 2:30pm: Tour of EG Industries
- 2:30pm – 3:00pm: Shuttle back to The Parlour Inn
Brenda Cane Blackwell will be sharing Canadian government funding programs for technology adoption during the Lunch & Learn at The Parlour Inn.
Brenda Cane Blackwell
Business Development Executive, Mentor Works Ltd.
Brenda helps guide the strategic positioning of Canadian SMEs seeking market growth, enterprise digitization, and workforce development. With graduate degrees in Marketing and Business Communications, New Media Management, and Adult Education, she brings a wealth of academic and applied knowledge to the Mentor Works team. As a former member of the Team Canada Trade Mission, she has a critical understanding of how Canadian companies can develop brands for international audiences.