We want to be on every military base, every school, and every city engineer's computer.
Clearwater, Florida (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
BobCAD-CAM now offers CAD/CAM software and CAD/CAM software training to all government entities: local, state, and federal. Lemen learned about working with the military from his father, who was a Comptroller of the Air Force for 20 years. He aims to make CAD/CAM software more available to government organizations by providing services and software at a much lower cost than his competitors.
“BobCAD can now offer the same 4 and 5 axis capabilities direct to the government that was formerly extremely expensive,” stated Lemen. “The government would buy $100,000 worth of software and exhaust the entire budget leaving no more money for training.”
This results in expensive investment in powerful software that can only be used by a limited number of government employees. With large savings on software, organizations will be able to put more focus on proper training for a larger number of employees, rendering a larger and better trained workforce. Lemen commented, “The government can expect to have the power of knowledge spread to more workers being more productive for less money and fewer bottlenecks."
Government re-training agencies will also see a major benefit from having access to more affordable software and training programs. Inexpensive training for a new well-trained manufacturing workforce could "re-shore" all of the manufacturing jobs that have gone overseas in the last decade.
Intricate training on this scale was previously out of the question due to the extremely expensive cost; however, BobCAD-CAM’s software packages offer 4 and 5 axis capabilities direct to the government at a new level of value and utility.
Lemen hopes to eventually work with all government agencies, even ones on a limited budget: “We are a true low cost government supplier of technology. We don't want to sell one program to the Air Force - we want to be on every military base, every school, and every city engineer's computer. We have the training to go along with it. It's not a hit and run company.”