Weekly Wrap Up For April 10th, 2020

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Kristjan Vilosius is CEO of Katana, a unique software as a service to help manufacturers move from spreadsheets to modern software, and open the new and exciting channel of DTC – Direct to Consumer sales of product. This is a growing trend in manufacturing that hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady have been hearing about in interviews, industry periodicals and events, and it is something you can explore in this episode!


ism semi-annual reportMarch Manufacturing Constricted in U.S. Due to Virus Impacts

The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic really made its presence felt in the U.S. this March, resulting in many states to order people to stay in their homes. Of course, something like this was bound to have an impact on manufacturing, just as has been seen in other nations. Now, the first official numbers of this slowdown are coming in. (Read More)


We are excited to share today’s guest and her company with all your manufacturing businesses, especially those who are small to mid-sized. Today on the WAM podcast our guest is Dawn White, the founder and CEO of Perisense Inc., based in Ann Arbour Michigan. Perisense is a company that manufactures sensors to deliver performance and productivity data from legacy manufacturing assets and convert it into actionable intelligence to improve quality and results. Dawn shares with on how she started Perisense Inc. and how the company is working towards making things like the industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things more accessible to small mid-size manufacturing businesses, particularly those that operate a fair number of legacy manufacturing systems. So stay tuned, you don’t want to miss out!