Cogiscan Adds Distribution Partners Realize SMT and Starbord Technologies


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Cogiscan, factory digitalization experts for electronics manufacturers globally, is proud to announce new distribution partnerships with Realize SMT and Starbord Technologies for technical sales support and representation in Eastern Canada.

“I am genuinely excited about partnering with these two companies. They both have a fantastic reputation in this industry, after working in the electronics manufacturing sector for so long they bring deep know-how, acute technical understanding, and a solution-oriented approach that matches our culture at Cogiscan,” said Mitch DeCaire - Director of Business Development, Cogiscan.

“Every manufacturer today, whether big or small, is facing shortages – both related to labor and materials. Adding Cogiscan to our portfolio will help our customers better address these concerns. Their scalable and modular solutions are suitable for a variety of electronics manufacturing environments, and I personally see their solutions for component kitting, error proofing, line monitoring, and data archiving as some of the key offerings,” said Dave McAtee - Partner, Realize SMT.

Additionally, Realize SMT represents iTAC Software AG, Cogiscan’s parent company. With this combined solution covering machine connectivity to MES/MOM and AI-powered analytics, Realize SMT can now offer their customers the complete factory digitalization journey.

“Cogiscan is a perfect fit within Starbord Technologies’ list of industry-leading partners. Due to the open nature of their platform, their solutions seamlessly integrate with most equipment manufacturers and software applications in our industry. I look forward to working with Cogiscan to help our clients improve their operations,” said Salvatore Vaccarino - President, Starbord Technologies.

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