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Cogiscan, the leading provider of Track, Trace, Control (TTC) & IIoT solutions for the electronics manufacturing industry, is pleased to announce that it has teamed up with AES for sales and service throughout Vietnam.
Recent trends in the global supply chain indicate that Vietnam is becoming an increasingly important region for electronics manufacturing,” says Mitch DeCaire, Director of Business Development at Cogiscan. “It is therefore important to have a strong Value-added Reseller with in-depth software expertise in this region to partner with in order to effectively serve that market. We are thrilled to have found such a partner in AES, as demonstrated by our recent success together at a major Vietnamese consumer electronics manufacturer.”
“AES is a leading provider of smart factory solutions for Vietnam,” explains Nguyen Ngoc Van Thanh, AES’s General Director. “We are happy to be able to add Cogiscan’s best-in-class TTC and IIoT solutions to our portfolio to be able to augment our solution offering for the electronics manufacturing segment.”
For the past 20+ years, Cogiscan has been widely recognized as the industry-leading expert in TTC and IIoT solutions for electronics manufacturing. During this time, the scope and depth of the Cogiscan suite have evolved into a comprehensive TTC solution for the complete assembly of electronic products, including factory-wide IIoT to enable digital transformation and Industry 4.0.
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