Dematic, a global supplier of logistics systems for factory, warehouse and distribution centers, is expanding its research and development (R&D) capabilities to an additional location. Opened today, the new office, located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, will address customers’ needs to further innovate the supply chain, effectively improving order accuracy and timeliness to consumers.

Dematic’s new Vice President of Global Software Development, Pete Devenyi, a former Senior Vice President of Enterprise Software at BlackBerry, will lead the expansion efforts and oversee the software development activities at the new facility.

“High demand for cutting-edge technology to help automate and optimize warehouses is imperative for responding to increased customer requests for order speed and precision,” said Ulf Henriksson, President and CEO, Dematic Group. “Opening an additional office will enable Dematic to benefit from the incredible software talent in this region. We look forward to passing this expertise on to our customers.”

The company is planning to grow the office to more than 20 employees through the course of its upcoming fiscal year. Positions to be filled include software developers, test automation specialists, performance engineers, software process experts and experienced software architects. The expanded R&D capabilities will help ensure that Dematic continues to provide its customers with the most advanced systems in the industry as they automate their distribution centers.

“As the company grows, it’s important we invest in the R&D capabilities of our business,” said Devenyi. “Dematic is a leader in the supply chain and world-class software is a key element of the solutions we provide. This new facility will help ensure our customers maintain their competitive advantage and stay ahead of emerging industry trends.”

The Waterloo office is located at 609 Kumpf Drive.

Candidates interested in working for Dematic are invited to apply at Dematic.com/careers.

For more information regarding the Waterloo, Ontario, office or Dematic offerings, please contact Cheryl Falk at (262) 860-6715 or Cheryl.Falk@dematic.com.

About Dematic

Dematic is a global engineering company that provides a comprehensive range of intelligent warehouse logistics and materials handling solutions. With a global knowledge network of more than 4,000 skilled logistics professionals, Dematic is able to provide customers with a unique perspective in world-class materials handling solution design. Our commitment to solution development, combined with engineering centers and manufacturing plants in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, ensures Dematic has the range and capability to provide reliable, flexible, cost-effective solutions globally. Our successful track record has led to the development and implementation of more than 5,000 integrated systems for a customer base that includes small, medium and large companies doing business in a variety of market sectors. Dematic generates a global business volume of approximately $1.5 billion.

Upcoming Events

August 9 - August 11 2022

MaximoWorld 2022

View all Events
banner
80% of Reliabilityweb.com newsletter subscribers report finding something used to improve their jobs on a regular basis.
Subscribers get exclusive content. Just released...MRO Best Practices Special Report - a $399 value!
DOWNLOAD NOW
“Steel-ing” Reliability in Alabama

A joint venture between two of the world’s largest steel companies inspired innovative approaches to maintenance reliability that incorporate the tools, technology and techniques of today. This article takes you on their journey.

Three Things You Need to Know About Capital Project Prioritization

“Why do you think these two projects rank so much higher in this method than the first method?” the facilitator asked the director of reliability.

What Is Industrial Maintenance as a Service?

Industrial maintenance as a service (#imaas) transfers the digital and/or manual management of maintenance and industrial operations from machine users to machine manufacturers (OEMs), while improving it considerably.

Three Things You Need to Know About Criticality Analysis

When it comes to criticality analysis, there are three key factors must be emphasized.

Turning the Oil Tanker

This article highlights the hidden trap of performance management systems.

Optimizing Value From Physical Assets

There are ever-increasing opportunities to create new and sustainable value in asset-intensive organizations through enhanced use of technology.

Conducting Asset Criticality Assessment for Better Maintenance Strategy and Techniques

Conducting an asset criticality assessment (ACA) is the first step in maintaining the assets properly. This article addresses the best maintenance strategy for assets by using ACA techniques.

Harmonizing PMs

Maintenance reliability is, of course, an essential part of any successful business that wants to remain successful. It includes the three PMs: predictive, preventive and proactive maintenance.

How an Edge IoT Platform Increases Efficiency, Availability and Productivity

Within four years, more than 30 per cent of businesses and organizations will include edge computing in their cloud deployments to address bandwidth bottlenecks, reduce latency, and process data for decision support in real-time.

MaximoWorld 2022

The world's largest conference for IBM Maximo users, IBM Executives, IBM Maximo Partners and Services with Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System is being held Aug 8-11, 2022