Optel Partners with Aligned Solutions in the Greater Midwest


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Optel Software has announced a new partnership with Aligned Solutions, Inc. in the greater Midwest.

Aligned Solutions has been providing information, equipment, materials and services in the Midwest since 1976. In almost four decades in the Midwest, Aligned Solutions has seen the industry change along with the landscape of manufacturing. This has created a different climate for how manufacturing works and how to best support industry, not to mention how to be a successful rep firm.

“Optel Software is very excited to partner with Aligned Solutions,” stated Harry Yun, COO, Optel Software. “They have a team with deep knowledge in the electronics assembly process and are eager to offer the optimal solutions to customers, which is aligned with our core value. With this new partnership, we will deliver the most productive Smart Factory Software from Optel Software connected with Aligned Solutions’ hardware solutions.” 

Today, Aligned Solutions covers a large portion of the greater Midwest, calls on multiple industries and offers more service-related solutions. This diversity has helped the company to bring a wide range of products, materials and capabilities to the table to better serve its customers, principals and markets.

About Optel

Optel’s integrated offering is supported by the company’s extensive application experience to help electronics assembly manufacturers achieve their productivity, cost and quality goals. For more information, visit www.optelco.com.

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