Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) September 11, 2013
Entigral is pleased to announce that its President and CEO, Booth Kalmbach, will be presenting at the upcoming CED Tech Venture Conference in Raleigh NC on September 17th and 18th.The CED Tech Venture is the region’s biggest conference that unites technology entrepreneurs and the businesses that can help them grow.
Entigral is an enterprise software vendor of RFID inventory and asset tracking solutions for manufacturers. Mr. Kalmbach will highlight TraxWare® ‒ Entigral’s industry-leading sensor automation platform that enables the next generation of Smart Manufacturing to connect manufacturing inventory and processes to the Internet of Things. In addition, he will talk about the company’s evolving product family.
“We are excited to be presenting and to talk about Entigral and our product plans,” said Mr. Kalmbach. “Our company is growing rapidly and this type of conference allows us to meet with potential partners, customers and future investors.”
Joining Mr. Kalmbach at the conference will be Mark Gemberling, Entigral’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Founded in 2003, Entigral is an enterprise software company that develops and sells TraxWare® ‒ an industry-leading sensor automation platform. TraxWare enables a new generation of sensor-based asset tracking applications, primarily using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) sensors, for Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES). These tracking applications include capital and fixed asset tracking, work in-process management, warehouse and supply chain management, and inventory replenishment.
Press Contact: Rachel Lee Brady rbrady(at)entigral(dot)com or 252-299-2326
Mark Gemberling, VP Sales and Marketing
mgemberling(at)entigral(dot)com or 919-787-5885, x203
For more information about Entigral and its solutions, please visit http://www.entigral.com.
TraxWare®, AssetTrax™, WIPTrax™, SupplyTrax™, ControlTrax™, and ToteTrax™, are trademarks of Entigral Systems, Inc.
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