2013 was an exciting year for ADMET. We announced improvements and refinements to our existing line of testing systems and released new products like our DFG Concrete Indicator. We’re definitely looking to keep the momentum going in 2014!
But even as we look forward to the new year, we also look back on the lessons learned. In 2013, our account directors spent a lot of time with potential and current customers, listening to their testing needs and helping them create plans to improve their material testing process. One thing we kept hearing in our interactions this past year was that it can sometimes be difficult for someone with a pressing material testing need to translate that need into language that makes sense to upper management.
Getting management on board is of course essential to getting approval for any sort of capital expenditure. Since managers are usually not the ones conducting testing, they often do not place the same emphasis on a streamlined material testing process as a lab manager or technician might. We wanted to provide some tools to help those who do testing every day to create a compelling argument for investing in an ADMET testing system. Below are three documents we hope you will find useful!
This article describes two common scenarios faced when considering an improvement to your material testing process: bringing your testing in-house and replacing an old machine. Just because the process you’re using is working doesn’t mean it isn’t causing problems down the line! You’ll also find a link to our ROI Calculator inside.
In this piece, we go over ADMET’s customer support process and what you can expect when you buy from us. Rest assured, when you purchase an ADMET system, we’ll be with you every step of the way! This all starts with taking the time to understand your unique needs and recommending a system that is best for you, not just a one-size-fits-all solution.
In this article, we go over the questions you should be asking yourself when considering an investment in a testing system. It’s important to examine where you currently are, where you want to be, and how to achieve that. We also provide some questions to ask any potential supplier of material testing systems to ensure you get the system that best fits your needs, not the system they want to sell most.
We hope these articles help you make a case for investing in your material testing process. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us to speak with one of our account directors. You can fill out an online Sales Inquiries form, or call us directly at (800) 667-3220.