SYSPRO Canada's 2016 Holiday Reading List

December 16, 2016 Rachel Lai | Demand Generation Marketing Manager

2016 Holiday Reading List - 765px.jpgDiscover top strategies to plan for manufacturing growth in 2017

2016 has been an eventful year for most businesses around the world.

In Canada, the recent U.S. election and uncertain near-future trade agreements; a weak dollar; declining oil prices; and a shaky global economy, all impacted the mindset of manufacturing leaders. Canadians also appear more risk-averse than our neighbors to the south—and that is not necessarily a bad thing. Developing a sustainable, long-term growth plan is the key for Canadian manufacturing executives to turn their optimism into practice.

As 2016 winds down, SYSPRO Canada has compiled a special holiday reading list to help manufacturing leaders plan for a successful 2017. A new year brings reflection, new goals—and new plans!

Discover how to build an integrated strategy to boost manufacturing growth   Discover insights into the changing world of Canadian manufacturing   Top strategies for growing your business abroad
 
What finance leaders need to know to make strategic business decisions   How to improve business performance for a competitive advantage   An overview of managing multi-tier supply chains

 

We anticipate that Canadian manufacturers will experience great success in 2017, and we’re excited to support them in the opportunities that lie ahead.

Happy reading and happy holidays from SYSPRO Canada.

View the entire holiday reading list here.

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