February 13, 2018 – In a recent article published by Food Engineering Magazine, Barry Lynch responds to questions on the intersection of employee engagement and technology. Part of the magazine’s automation series, the piece offers various recommendations on how to engage key stakeholders groups in the roll-out of new IIoT programs/solutions. See the full story on the Food Engineering Magazine website.
January 22, 2018 – Three Factora consultants – Austin Agatston, Marco Jimenez and Wendy Suen – have earned their ThingWorx Associate Developer certification. They join seven other Factora consultants who have earned the ThingWorx Internet of Things (IoT) certification in the recent months, bringing the total number of certified developers at Factora to 10. “We started Factora with a vision of being the best in our industry, and that vision is Read More
November 15, 2017 – Marc Charest’s blog, “The Dr. Doolittle of Machines” was recently published in Smart Industry, an online information resource created to accelerate the digital transformation of manufacturing. In it, the author provides five simple tips on how to move to smart manufacturing. We can all become Dr. Dolittles, with a little help! Read full blog here . See the piece on the Smart Industry website.
November 2, 2017 – Factora Solutions announces the expansion of its sales and business development team with the hiring of Raj Jakhete, an accomplished IT executive with global experience and a strong track record. Appointed to the position of Senior Director, Business Development, Raj brings to Factora a wealth of experience in diverse industries including consumer packaged goods, oil and gas, chemicals, polymer, industrial products, aerospace, electronics and metals and Read More
Article published on Internet of Business, Oct. 9, 2017 In a contributed article for the Internet of Business, co-authors JP Provencher of PTC and Michael Chang of Factora dig down into how augmented reality could make vital factory work faster, safer and more accurate. Seven short years ago, the process of setting centerlines for manufacturing plant operators – defining a series of checks to verify whether equipment was running on Read More
July 20, 2017 – Six Factora team members have recently received the designation of Certified ThingWorx Associate Developer, bringing the total number of Factora consultants certified by the most widely adopted Internet of Things platform to seven. Factora partnered with PTC, the global technology provider behind ThingWorx, in 2016 to give its customers the added confidence of working with a certified ThingWorx partner. “ThingWorx is a leader in the new Read More
June 16, 2017 – Factora’s CEO Charles A. Horth and David Szczepanski, Senior Program Manager, have been named to the MESA International and MESA Americas board of directors, respectively. The appointments were made official at the worldwide not-for-profit’s recent North American conference in Cleveland, OH. “We’re at a turning point as the manufacturing community largely acknowledges the importance of digital transformation as the path forward for the competitiveness of nations,” Read More
May 15, 2017 – The Canadian Forces Liaison Council, part of the National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces, awarded Factora recently with an award in recognition of the company’s support of Lieutenant (Navy) Charles Bernier. Lieutenant (Navy) Bernier, a military reservist, nominated Factora for the support and flexibility it afforded him, allowing him to fulfill his duties as part of the Royal Canadian Navy. Factora CEO Charles A. Horth Read More
May 1, 2017 – Factora announces today that it has joined the GE Digital Alliance Program as the company delivers the next generation of Internet of Things solutions to achieve improved efficiency on the plant floor. “Factora has collaborated with GE for more than a decade,” says Charles A. Horth, CEO at Factora. “Over the years, we’ve developed a deep domain expertise in GE’s Manufacturing Operational Management solutions to better Read More
April 5, 2017 – Factora executives will be attending three top trade shows throughout the month of May, kicking off with MESA International’s North American Conference on “The Real Value of Smart Manufacturing,” May 8-10 in Cleveland, Ohio. With more than 50 expert speakers, 36 breakout sessions and keynote presentations from some of industry’s key business leaders, the focus will be on continuously improving smart manufacturing best practices. The second Read More