CME Congratulates Burlington, ON-based Memex Automation on FedDev Ontario Investment

March 19, 2015   Articles

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters – March 19, 2015 – Burlington, ON.

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters congratulates Burlington, ON based Memex Automation on the expansion of their advanced manufacturing software business with $800,000 in funding announced March 19 by FedDev Ontario Minister Gary Goodyear.

“We are grateful for the support from the Government of Canada’s Investing in Business Innovation initiative from the FedDev Ontario,” Memex President and CEO David McPhail said in a release. “Memex Automation is a high-growth company that is adding knowledge-based jobs in Canada while we transform the productivity of global manufacturing firms with our shop-floor-to-top-floor communications technology,” McPhail added.

CME is working with Memex to help them achieve their goal of assisting Canadian manufacturing firms improve their shop floor productivity‎ using MERLIN solutions.

“Manufacturers need to know how productive their systems are on a real-time basis. Memex’s MERLIN software is being used by world leading manufacturers to connect and manage production systems, drive 10 to 50 per cent efficiencies and increase margins,” said Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters President and CEO Jayson Myers. “Ontario manufacturers can access CME’s SMART program to support implementation of ‎data-driven manufacturing software like Merlin.”

For more information on CME’s SMART Advanced Technologies for Global Growth program visit cme-smart.ca

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