- Gerry Dick
FLANDERS Partners with Tech Company
Posted: Wednesday, July 10, 2019 4:10 PM EDTUpdated: Wednesday, July 10, 2019 5:27 PM EDT
Technology company relayr has entered into what it calls a strategic partnership with Evansville-based FLANDERS. The companies have partnered to develop remotely monitored intelligent solutions technology.
The partnership includes a shift to a predictive service model for FLANDERS.
relayr’s years of domain experience combined with algorithms will help FLANDERS explore new options for its customer base, including evaluating a pay-per-use model for its custom manufactured products and services, which the company says would be “an industry first.”
“As we move further into the world of Industry 4.0, it is increasingly clear that undertaking a digital transformation is a necessary move in order for us to continue to serve our customers with the world class electrical expertise FLANDERS is known for,” said Shawn Collins, FLANDERS’ executive director, US Regional Service Centers. “relayr’s expertise and thought leadership in IIoT, combined with our application knowledge, will yield solid business outcomes for our customers.”
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