Maryland manufacturer, American Bully is a full-service product design and development company that offers clients a custom solution to bring new products to market. American Bully Manufacturing partners with clients big and small to engineer modern solutions from prototyping to full-scale production. 

Andrew Sherman, CEO of American Bully, describes the company as the step before a product goes to a show like Shark Tank. In a recent interview with Unleashed President Michael Spinosa, Andrew explains that American Bully is a contract manufacturer meaning that his team of experts are skilled in development, prototyping, and finally producing a product for distribution and sale.  

As CEO of one of Maryland's newest manufacturing companies, Andrew will provide a unique insight into the modern manufacturer's relationship with technology. Sherman will also explain the ongoing and evolving relationship between American Bully and digital assets. 

American Bully’s status of being a young manufacturing firm gives it a unique perspective on the need for and use of digital assets. Founded in 2017, American Bully relied on social media and a strong web presence to grow their business. During the last year and a half, the company has and continues to experience tremendous growth. The organization has grown 40 to 50 percent in the last year alone and is now planning to implement new technology in the form of an Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) system.  

In the interview with Michael, Andrew shares growing pains of the new ERP system as American Bully tries to ensure that all their systems talk to one another so that the companies growth and its efficiencies can be tracked. Many manufacturers of all ages and sizes struggle to overcome integration hurdles, especially during times of intense growth.  

Join Sherman and other manufacturing leaders at “Determining the Right Web Presence for Manufacturers” event on September 16. Our experts will dive into integration, resource planning, and efficiencies of web technology. Do not miss this educational event!