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Green Bay Software Company Purchased by GE

Charlottesville, Va. - GE Fanuc Automation Americas, Inc., a division of GE Industrial Systems, announced Tuesday it has purchased Mountain Systems, Inc. (MSI), a Green Bay manufacturing software development company.

Since 1994, MSI has developed and distributed Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) technology for the manufacturing of consumer-packaged goods, food and beverage products, l......

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Currently, over 100 manufacturing corporations utilize MSIs technologies for plant optimization and product management. In addition to the Green Bay office, Mountain Systems Inc. has offices in Iron Mountain, Mich.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Alexis Johnson 05/18/03


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