Insituware LLC Partners with Southwest Systems Technology, Inc.


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Insituware LLC, the provider of the first smart insitu measurement solution with integrated machine learning technology, is pleased to announce the appointment of Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. as its newest manufacturers’ representative. With offices in Texas and Mexico, Southwest Systems will represent the Insituware technology throughout the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

Michael Frederickson, Insituware co-founder, stated, “We’re proud to partner with Southwest Systems Technology, Inc., and their company’s objective to provide realistic expectations and product capabilities to their customers. Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. provides their customers with an informative and transparent experience that leads to long-term solutions and lasting customer relationships. We welcome Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. to the Insituware team.”

In its 30th year, Southwest Systems Technology, Inc. serves the electronic and semiconductor manufacturing industries. The company offers industry-leading capital equipment, benchtop tools and manufacturing consumables.

For more information about Southwest Systems Technology, contact Scott Fillebrown at Scott@SWSystems.com or visit www.swsystems.com.

Insituware will revolutionize the way we control materials in manufacturing, sense physiological changes in sports, understand materials performance in aviation, and measure critical changes in construction materials. For more information, visit www.insituware.com.

About Insituware

Insituware is an integrated technology that enables rapid assessments of materials during use. The technology combines advanced analytical sensors, smart devices and intelligent cloud-based information with innovative packaging methods to enable nonintrusive sensing. For more information, visit www.insituware.com. 

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