It has never been easier for small businesses to drive profits by adopting robotic automation. Are you a small business that is seriously considering robotic automation? You’re not alone. In the age of rapid digitization, robotic automation technology is integrating across manufacturing companies of all sizes and industries. Thanks to the cost of industrial robots reducing by more than 50% over the past 30 years, small manufacturing companies (businesses with less than 100 employees and 10 robots) have become a fast-growing segment in the robotics market. For small businesses that are new to robotic automation, one challenge may be to determine whether the investment will be profitable and when to begin. Small manufacturing firms that are approaching this investment analysis for the first time will be happy to learn that the potential for profit with robotic lean manufacturing is substantial and driven by a multitude of revenue driving factors. The potential value is underscored further when small businesses are able to identify robots that can not only address current needs, but are flexible for future applications as well. While there are many positive factors of robotic automation, here are the top 5 ways that robots drive profit for small manufacturers:

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