New York, USA – ei3, a provider of industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions, has announced its expansion into the Japanese market. The newly established unit, called “ei3 Japan”, will be responsible for bringing ei3’s Industry 4.0 suite of solutions to Japanese machine builders and manufacturers, as well as supporting ei3’s key machinery customers who are based in Japan. Japan.
With a focus on improving efficiency and productivity in industrial environments, ei3’s secure cloud-based solutions are designed to optimize machine performance, minimize downtime and reduce overall costs. The company’s portfolio of white-label solutions includes products for secure access, remote monitoring, predictive maintenance, analytics, and machine learning tools that enable smarter decision-making, and has already been widely adopted and brought to market under a variety of of names by machine manufacturers in North America and Europe.
ei3 Japan’s initial focus will be on the Japanese packaging machinery market, worth approximately 500 billion yen per year with a volume of more than 270,000 packaging machines. This market segment represents a significant opportunity for ei3, as Japanese machine builders are known for their advanced technology, high-quality products and commitment to innovation.
Spencer Cramer, Founder and CEO of ei3, says: “We are delighted to enter the Japanese market, which is the third largest economy in the world. Japan has a reputation for precision, quality and value, which are key factors in our mission to deliver IoT and AI solutions that enable sustainable manufacturing while saving costs for our customers.”
Toshikazu Ominami, ei3 Japan Sales Manager, says, “We are committed to making ei3’s vision a reality by putting in the right people and resources.” The office includes business and technical staff, and is committed to providing the highest level of service and support to customers in Japan.
For more information on ei3’s suite of AI and IoT solutions in Japan and around the world, please contact ei3 Japan or any of its global offices.
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