Murray Percival Now Manufacturers Representatives of Bright Machines


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The Murray Percival Company, the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, today announced a new partnership with Bright Machines, a full-stack technology company offering software-defined, intelligent automation for industrial manufacturing.

“We are excited to be working with Murray Percival to help manufacturers in the Midwest market have greater access to our automation solutions,” commented Steve Heinzen, Sales & Marketing Leader, Bright Machines. “The Percival’s reputation in the marketplace is unparalleled, and we look forward to working together to support our shared vision of digitizing factories.” 

“We are looking forward to growing this partnership with Bright Machines,” commented Mark Percival Jr, MARCOM manager at the Murray Percival Co. “This partnership will extend our reach of support for all types of industries. Companies that make products, from power drills to network equipment to medical devices and everything in between, can use Bright Machine’s solutions to automate their operations and manage them with intelligent data and software. It’s really an all-in-one package.”

Headquartered in San Francisco, Bright Machines is an industry leading, full stack technology company that offers a revolutionary approach to intelligent, software-defined manufacturing. It leverages computer vision, machine learning, 3D simulation, and adaptive robotics to fundamentally change the flexibility, scalability, and economics of production.  With more than 500 employees worldwide, Bright Machines operates R&D centers in the U.S. and Israel, with additional field operations in the U.S., Mexico, China, and Poland.  In 2019, Bright Machines was named a “Technology Pioneer” by the World Economic Forum and one of “America’s Most Promising Artificial Intelligence Companies” by Forbes.

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