GP Progetti undertook “its” journey of challenges and confidence: the challenge of regarding as valid the software designed and created for the family-run company in the 1990s, an act of confidence believing that the market would be interested in it. The focus on clients’ needs, being available to discuss ideas, seeking the solution, first from a pragmatic point of view and then in terms of design, are the factors that led us to cover the production flows of a number of companies over many years and provide specific software and hardware solutions for them. The challenge continues and rightly so: we adopted the most advanced business software by Microsoft as part of our daily commitment to increase the functionality, operation and graphics of our products. Accordingly, we stand by our confident approach: after years of market turmoil, it supported heavy investment to expand our range with new products, for us and perhaps for others, too. With confidence and determination, we want to provide companies with an eye on their spending the results we already achieved, along with the desire to analyse, design and create together the next ones.
We believe in specialisation: we only work with proprietary software developed for the Italian manufacturing industry and constantly keep an eye on the evolution of devices and networks. We are ready for companies that believe it is right to pick up the innovation challenge by deploying the right dose of confidence.
GP Progetti, together with partner Agomir, will be present at the “ALTECNOLOGIE” Trade Fair (High Technologies), taking place on 23-24-25 November at Lariofiere, Erba (CO). Altecnologie is a BtoB Salon dedicated to businesses that deliver innovative product or process solutions, with proposed applications for a wide variety of economic sectors. Register to visit the
In July 2017 industrial production, also thanks to software for optimising the process and the 4.0 Industry Plan, grew 4.4% over the year. Istat notes that the trend index has been growing almost uninterrupted since August 2016, with the sole exception of January 2017. Capital goods are the driving force, having seen a sharp increase
With a growth of 0.1% in July 2017 compared to the previous month, and an increase of 4.4% compared to 2016, Italian industry output represents a new step forward in the latest Istat statistics and proves expectations of a negative result as indicated by a large number of analysts to be wrong. It “would have