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in the region and political climate has vastly improved over the past decade and many of the concerns of the past have been eliminated. Critical Manufacturing has part-


nered with SMarTsol, a leading manu- facturing representative in the region. One major strategic focus is to use reps in key territories. The depth of re- lationships that these reps have with their customer base is something that would be very difficult to develop with a direct sales force. By partnering with some of the best reps in North Ameri- ca with extremely strong line cards, the company’s exposure to individuals within its target customer base is greatly enhanced.


Aiding Essential Services While many companies and in-


dustries have been devastated by the effects of the current global coron- avirus crisis, Critical Manufacturing has kept busy over the past few months. This is due to its role in helping manufacturers better re- spond to changes in demand. The industries the company


serves, such as electronics assembly, semiconductor and medical, have all played major roles in helping govern- ment and front-line agencies respond to the crisis by efficiently ramping up production of life-saving components and medical supplies to treat pa- tients. Critical Manufacturing’s med- ical device customers are some of the most recognized names in the indus- try and are on the front lines supply- ing necessary products. Most of us have never seen a situ-


ation like this in our lifetimes. The complete disruption of business as usual has resulted in many unique ap- plications and caused many of us to re- think the way we go about our busi- ness and personal lives. The ways in which we go about creating and main- taining relationships with customers, associates and coworkers have had to evolve in a very short period of time. Fortunately, Critical Manufac-


turing’s business model is rather friendly to remote technologies. The use of Microsoft Teams, GoToMeet- ing and Skype-like systems has been very beneficial, as the company in-


teracts with its customers, prospects, employees, and partners. Over the last few months, the company went to a 100-percent work-from-home model. It has been able to grow rev- enues at record levels, while main- taining its tight-knit culture. Most importantly, the company


has been very successful at keeping its current implementation projects going to plan, with much of the work being done by service and engineer- ing teams remotely. This is a direct result of providing a modern MES platform with a unique implementa- tion methodology. Critical Manufacturing’s goal has


always been about innovation. Since the company was founded, it has rein-


vented the capabilities, expectations and definition of what an MES should do, can do and what the technology means to manufacturers around the world in many different industries.


Mexico is a logical reshoring location. The


stability in the region and political climate has vastly improved over the past decade.


The company is pushing the lim-


its of existing technologies and has been inventing and envisioning new methods of managing data, creating


an environment conducive to artifi- cial intelligence and machine learn- ing, and reimagining everything from life on the manufacturing floor to the utilization of advanced data analytics for operating a successful manufacturing corporation in the 21st century. There is a wide range of exciting


projects and technologies on the hori- zon and Critical Manufacturing is making great efforts to share them with the industry. Contact: Critical Manufacturing,


Inc., 9901 Brodie Lane, Suite 160-240, Austin, TX 78748 % 512-291-0068 E-mail: contact@criticalmanufacturing.com Web: www.criticalmanufacturing.com r


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