It really is rocket science.
When a Fortune 500 aerospace company struggled to retain the knowledge and know-how of a greying workforce, they turned to Goldfire to harness technical information and within the first year, saw a tenfold return on their investment.
Saving lives: using innovation in blood bank technology
Immucor, Inc’s technology saves millions of lives across the world. When hospitals turned to them asking for new and innovative blood bank solutions, they knew they had to act fast.
Staying ahead of the game in manufacturing
An industrial tool and equipment manufacturing company was struggling to stay on top of their competition and having a hard time keeping tabs on new information and insights in the world.
One step farther in space
NASA turned to Goldfire when their technical team realized they were hitting dead ends while searching for insights and information from past projects.
Making air conditioning sustainable
With an ambitious goal of reducing their product’s footprint by 50%, Shinwa Controls, a Japanese leader in temperature control technology, looked to Goldfire to not only innovate a new product, but to update and make their own internal processes more productive.
Designing the future of aerospace
In the ever-changing race for space, Airbus faced the challenge of keeping up with innovation, making lighter, sustainable spacecraft that could still carry large payloads. So, they turned to Goldfire.