CAM-I is an international consortium of manufacturing and service companies, government organizations, consultancies, and academic and professional bodies who have elected to work cooperatively in a pre-competitive environment to solve management problems and critical business issues that are common to the group.
CAM-I, working with its membership, has created innovative cost management models which have improved target costing methods through the application of process based management and performance management tools. CAM-I is a leader in environmental sustainability methodologies and intelligent data quality. Our members are large organizations who have firsthand knowledge in enterprise risk management. We also have advanced applications in the fields of planning and budgeting processes and change adaptation and learning. CAM-I is here to put all this business knowledge and experience into a form that allows our members to benefit.
CAM-I is pleased to announce that Cambia Health Solutions has joined CAM-I. We look forward to our collaborative work.
Lauren Meyer, Project Manager, The Boeing Company receiving an award from Ashok Vadgama, CAM-I President at CAM-I‘s fourth Quarter meeting at Arizona State university.
CAM-I thanks Lauren for being the Industry chair for four years and running the Integrated Risk and Value Management Group.
We welcome Chauntelle Hellner, Deputy Director, Business Resource Center, from King County as our new industry chair.
Our speakers from the CAM-I 4th Quarter 2019 meeting at Arizona State University.
Check out the blog on Public Risk Magazine based on King County’s work with CAM-I.
CAM-I and IMS International
signs an MOU on March 5th 2019, Alexandria, VA
CAM-I and IMS International are pleased to announce a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate and collaborate to support the IMSI ManuVation program that helps SME manufacturers understand and integrate new technologies through guidebooks, workshops, and sharing best practices. CAM-I will develop a ManuVation workshop session that will help manufacturers understand if they have the right resources in place and suggest resource adjustments in order to integrate Industry 4.0 technologies. CAM-I will also develop a technical session for the September 25-27 World Manufacturing Forum (www.worldmanufacturingforum.org) that will explore evaluating readiness levels for technology uptake and costing for production and supply chains. IMS will support CAM-I meetings with expert speakers and provide technical assistance.
CAM-I (www.cam-i.org) joins ASM International (www.asminternational.org) in support of the IMSI ManuVation program (www.ims.org). The outreach of the ManuVation program has increased by tens of thousands through these organizations to the benefit of SME manufacturers.
Ashok Vadgama – President, CAM-I