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Critical Manufacturing and RoviSys expand strategic alliance


Critical Manufacturing announces RoviSys as a Global Services Partner - Premier Status, expanding the companies’ collaboration to Southeast Asia, Japan and Taiwan.

Services Partner Premier status places RoviSys among the most capable system integrator partners, globally. It reflects their demonstrated expertise, proven methodologies, and successful deployment of customer solutions utilizing the Critical Manufacturing MES.

This change in partner status tier with RoviSys, a leading independent provider of comprehensive process automation, building & facilities automation, and discrete manufacturing automation solutions, marks a significant step in the growing relationship between the two companies.

With over 30 product functional capabilities, the Critical Manufacturing MES is fully natively integrated and provides real-time visibility and control across the manufacturing system. Critical Manufacturing trusts RoviSys to leverage this technology-- to design, architect, build, migrate, and manage MES roll-outs for single and multi-site endeavors, ensuring clients receive cutting-edge solutions tailored to their specific needs.

This partnership uniquely positions RoviSys to guide businesses through the entire project lifecycle, so they realize the full potential of the Critical Manufacturing MES solution. RoviSys has completed several complex projects and has multiple ongoing efforts across APAC, EMEA, and North America. Recognizing the expanding footprint and increasing prominence of the Critical Manufacturing platform in the market, RoviSys has strategically invested in training and onboarding resources across the Asia Pacific, with trained resources in Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Indonesia, as well as resources in Europe and across North America.

“Together, RoviSys and Critical Manufacturing are not merely keeping pace but forging ahead, implementing solutions that exceed standards in many industries,” said Yi Han Lee, Engineering Manager – Information Data Systems at RoviSys Asia. “By leveraging intelligence in operations and automation, we are driving tangible business value for their clients, empowering them to stay ahead in an always-evolving landscape.”

“With RoviSys, we can respond more rapidly to our customers in Southeast Asia, Japan, and Taiwan. Their teams have extensive experience in Critical Manufacturing MES deployment and specialized industries such as electronics, medical devices, industrial equipment, and semiconductor”, said Louis Loh, Director of Southeast Asia at Critical Manufacturing.

“Building upon our existing partnership, we have strengthened our joint capabilities and resources to better serve our clients in the region. With upgraded expertise and innovative solutions, we will deliver even greater value and support to manufacturers as they advance in their digital transformation journeys”, explained Will Trogdon, VP for the partner ecosystem at Critical Manufacturing.

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