Ok, they did not name us specifically but after putting so much effort into developing awesome and unique cloud-based engineering tools we feel that it is well deserved.
The government wants small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to grow well and, if possible, fast. And they figured out that one of the ways to reach that goal is to encourage them to adopt digital technologies, including Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools or hardware design tools like Upverter.
So how does it work?
To be eligible, you need to meet the following criteria:
- Have 500 employees or less
- Be able to demonstrate how digital technologies can help your business
- Be growth oriented
- Operate in Canada
If this describes your company, you should call the Digital Technology Adoption Pilot Program (DTAPP) and get in touch with an Industrial Technology Advisor in your area.
And if your company builds electronics, this is a great way to get government support for your hardware design migration to Upverter!
Check out the DTAPP website for more information about the program!
For any questions about Upverter and/or the tool in general, e-mail us at support (at) upverter (dot) com