Apex moves to larger Headquarters

  • June 01, 2011
  • Apex Embedded Systems
  • News

June 1, 2011 – Apex Manufacturing Solutions relocated to new, larger offices in Boise to better accommodate corporate growth, to enhance geographic coverage and to better serve its manufacturing automation vendor partners. “Despite the economy, we’ve continued to grow over the past two years and simply need larger and better organized space and technical infrastructure for our growing staff of engineers and support personnel,” said John Nichols, Managing Director. “In addition, we’re broadening the services provided to customers in the Rocky Mountain and Pacific Northwest regions and for support of our automation partners, which include Invensys Operations Management , Rockwell Automation, and Siemens Industry. “The new offices will also facilitate growth in our Apex Software Development division, creators of the FactoryWidgets manufacturing software that enables decision makers to monitor production activities anywhere in a company,” Nichols added. “To enhance the success of the FactoryWidgets product with manufacturing companies worldwide, we’re also expanding our recruitment of resellers around the world.” The new offices are located at 408 East ParkCenter Blvd., Suite 200, in Boise (83706). The main telephone number remains the same (208-344-5535) as does the fax number (866-391-1009). About Apex Manufacturing Solutions Apex is a privately-held corporation founded in April of 2005 in Boise, Idaho. Originally established as a systems integrator serving a handful of vertical market manufacturing customers, Apex expanded rapidly beyond just control systems and today is a complete end-to-end manufacturing services provider. The company tailors all its solutions to the individual needs of each client, selecting the “best of breed” platform technologies for the best technical fit with customer standards and protection of the user’s existing investments in automation, control, supervisory, reporting and business systems.

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