Metrigraphics is bringing contemporary approaches to management that allow us to meet new challenges in tighter customer requirements and advanced product development.
Wilmington, MA (PRWEB) May 20, 2011
With the anniversary of its first year as an independent company fast approaching, Metrigraphics LLC is well-positioned to capitalize on its leadership position in the custom micro components industry.
“The most logical strategy to keep our business moving, the one that provided the most flexibility to take our strengths and assets to new levels, was to spin off as a separate, private company from Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC),” Metrigraphics President Randy Sablich said.
Dynamics Research Corporation, which owned Metrigraphics for 47 years, followed a path to become a federal services contractor, while its Wilmington-based unit further solidified its own manufacturing strengths, he noted. While Dynamics Research always provided solid support, the two groups’ goals had moved far enough apart to justify a split, Sablich said.
Spinning off in July 2010, Metrigraphics retained its management structure and core team, along with its plant and office space in Wilmington. While that solid foundation provided seamless continuity for long-time customers, the micro component designer and manufacturer also was able to break through with several important advances.
“We’re implementing an ERP/MRP system that will allow us to better serve our customers,” Sablich said, “and we’ve added a seasoned, streamlined financial management and accounting team led by James Eisenhaure."
“Metrigraphics is bringing contemporary approaches to management that allow us to meet new challenges in tighter customer requirements and advanced product development,” Sablich said. “We’re addressing markets in new ways, in terms of resources, capital, finances and people. The sum of the parts is much greater than the whole.”
An important part of the process was the launch of a new website, focused directly on the unique needs of new and existing customers. The custom micro component maker wanted the website to more easily address customers’ actual needs, from their own viewpoint, Sablich said.
“We’re trying to help our customers, particularly those in our core bio, pharma and medical device markets, to better relate to our technology and the advantages it can provide for their applications.”
For more information on Metrigraphics and its custom micro component business, visit http://www.metrigraphicsllc.com.
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