EOS Additive Minds named Top Consultant for third time

June 20, 2020

The Additive Minds consulting unit of EOS GmbH, Krailling, Germany, has been named Top Consultant for the third time after receiving the award in 2017 and 2019. The Top Consulting Award is designed to ensure greater transparency on the consultancy market, and is judged by a jury of experts from consulting businesses. 

It is awarded in recognition of consulting competence for German SMBs (Small and Midsized Businesses) which have been certified through a customer survey as having “the highest SME-oriented degree of consulting competence, and who are characterised by a high level of professionalism, consistent performance and satisfied customers.”

Speaking on the award, Thomas Weitlaner, Director Additive Minds & Business Development at EOS, stated, “EOS’ ultimate goal is to make our customers successful in the application of industrial 3D printing so that they can innovate faster, stabilise their supply chains or produce spare parts on demand. Competent, results-oriented consulting is essential for our customers, as the more than 400 projects we have managed in the last five years show. With our international team of more than 100 experts, we offer competent and industry-specific consulting from practice for practice.”

“When industrial 3D printing is introduced, we accompany our customers through a profound transformation process in design and production, enabling them to make targeted decisions,” he continued. “We support them in reducing technical and organisational barriers to innovation, in the effective use of industrial 3D printing and together we increase the internal innovation speed of the companies we support.”


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