BURLINGTON, ON / ACCESSWIRE / October 12, 2017 / Memex Inc. (”MEMEX”) (TSX-V: OEE), a global leader in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) manufacturing productivity software, today announced that it will be presenting the Company’s Data-Driven Manufacturing vision to SOUTH-TEC attendees in Greensville, South Carolina, from October 24 through 26, 2017 at SME’s Smart Manufacturing Hub, as well as exhibiting at booth number 1932.
Additionally, MEMEX will be participating at the NTMA Fall Conference from October 24 – 27 in San Antonio, Texas, where MEMEX President and CEO, David McPhail, will be part of the Ignite Session, ”Job Shops of the Future: Present vs. Future – Expectations of the Job Shop.” Earlier this month, MEMEX also participated in, and presented at, the IMPACT Manufacturing fall summit in Chicago, held on October 1 – 4 2017.
”Over the past few months, MEMEX has had increased manufacturer interest in MERLIN Tempus’ capabilities to uncover hidden operational value,” said Mr. McPhail. ”SOUTH-TEC, IMPACT, and the NTMA Fall Conference are industry leading events and great opportunities to present our manufacturing technology to prospective customers. We’re excited and proud to showcase MEMEX’s MERLIN Tempus to manufacturers that are actively seeking to reduce operating costs and boost productivity in their facilities.”
SOUTH-TEC draws manufacturing suppliers, distributors, and equipment builders from across North America and around the world – bringing them together in Greenville, South Carolina. With hundreds of exhibiting companies, attendees can find all the latest technologies and services – plus the experts who build them – ready to demonstrate solutions that can help them grow their business. Visitors can make side-by-side comparisons, discover integrated equipment, hear about industry trends and forecasts, and leverage their purchasing power. For more information, please visit http://www.southteconline.com/.
MEMEX was founded with a vision to improve the way automated machinery and production equipment work and connect on the factory floor. Since then, MEMEX has proved itself a pioneer in IIoT time and again. The company is committed to its mission of ”successfully transforming factories of today into factories of the future” and envisions converting every machine into a node on the corporate network, creating visibility from shop-floor-to-top-floor. MEMEX is the developer of MERLIN, an award-winning IIoT technology platform that delivers tangible increases in manufacturing productivity in Real Time. MEMEX’s software and hardware IIoT solution enable customers to achieve tangible IIoT-centric business outcomes. The MERLIN software suite and connectivity products have enabled manufacturers to achieve upwards of a 50% increase in productivity and a 20%-plus increase in profit, on average. Additionally, customers have secured payback in less than four months, which equates to an Internal Rate of Return greater than 300 percent. For more information, please visit: www.MemexOEE.com.
David McPhail, CEO
Rashi Rathore, Marketing Manager
Phone: 905-635-3040 ext. 103
Sean Peasgood, Investor Relations
Jennifer Rideout | Content Subject Matter Expert Manufacturing, Energy & Education | Cisco | September 1, 2017
This post is part of a continuing series dedicated to the questions that surround Industry 4.0, the Industrial Internet, and manufacturing.
There are questions – lots of them – around Industry 4.0. So many, it seems, that Canadian manufacturers are still skeptical of its value.
To shed some light on this confusing subject, I invited three industry experts to join me in answering some of the most common questions about Industry 4.0.
What is Industry 4.0?
Matt Rendall, CEO, OTTO Motors: In the last decade, massive technology pillars have been in development like cloud computing, big data, and mobile computing. It’s these types of pillars that have enabled the Industry 4.0 movement and, in turn, will allow the vision of the smart factory to become reality. Industry 4.0 is the next industrial revolutionthat represents the connectivity between industrial equipment and constant data flow to access and analyze centralized information.
As industry is beginning to leverage these capabilities, we’re now able to capitalize on these trends to make advanced technologies possible; we’re at a really exciting turning point where we can drastically change and improve the way we work and shatter the conventional ways of doing things.
Martin Stephenson, Vice President of Process Automation, Canada, Schneider Electric: The Industrial Revolution, otherwise known as Industry 1.0, started in the late 1700’s, which introduced mechanical production with the assistance of water and steam. Industry 4.0 is the latest transformation within automation and industry, built around the ethos of using cyber-physical systems, which can monitor and augment existing processes, in just about all manufacturing processes, across all segments.
These cyber-physical systems are typically connected using an “Internet of Things” mentality, allowing a fast and accurate flow of information back and forth, enabling the end user to make real time, decentralized decisions about the production capabilities of his or her manufacturing facility, thereby creating a connected and digitized “smart plant”.
What is the difference between Industry 4.0 and lean manufacturing?
Martin Stephenson: Lean manufacturing is a generic term that suggests an ongoing process of using models to identify wasteful practices, reduce costs, and increase overall quality specific to the manufacturing area of a site. Industry 4.0 could be a subset of a lean manufacturing approach, whereby the end client would use a connected asset approach in certain areas of a plant’s production.
What is the difference between Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things?
Jennifer Rideout, Manufacturing Subject Matter Expert, Cisco Canada: The Internet of Things (IoT) is the connection of people, processes, data and things over an IT network. For businesses, the IoT is at the centre of the merger of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) as data is collected to gain insights, optimize processes and create opportunities. Enabling this connectivity of machines and equipment on the factory floor is one element of Industry 4.0, so the IoT is a component of Industry 4.0.
What is the difference between Industry 4.0 and the IIoT?
Jennifer Rideout: The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the extension of the Internet of Things (IoT) into industrial environments. These environments require specialized products and solutions that have been ‘ruggedized’ to operate in extreme situations. They also typically require customization as many legacy technologies, such as controllers, still run on disparate communication protocols.
IIoT solutions are part of the cyber-physical technologies that define the 4th Industrial Revolution, which encompasses additional solutions such as additive manufacturing, digitizing business processes, and advanced control systems. For manufacturers this translates to improved sustainability, less downtime, and more profitability across the factory floor.
David McPhail, CEO, MEMEX: It depends on who is using the terms and what they mean by them. From MEMEX’s perspective, we usually refer to Data-Driven Manufacturing, as we feel it better describes the process.
What matters to us is the business advantages that come when manufacturers automatically capture live machine data in real time and use that information as the basis of their decision-making processes. We want to see manufacturers get better and become more efficient. We want businesses to improve their processes and make better use of their physical and human resources. We want to know that we’ve helped businesses save time and money, and have given them the opportunity to redirect those assets into developing new innovations.
Now, Data-Driven Manufacturing is available and accessible to manufacturers of all types and sizes, from the smallest shops to the largest plants. It is simpler to implement, scalable and affordable. That’s the message we want to spread, and whatever terms are used – IoT, IIoT, Industry 4.0 or Data-Driven Manufacturing — we support and encourage the conversation.
What is the difference between Industries 4.0 and 3.0?
David McPhail: The main differences between factories of the past — even automated ones — and the most technologically advanced factories of today is the concept of connectivity. In a Data-Driven Manufacturing environment, every piece of equipment and every industrial machine is transformed into a node on the corporate network. On a more granular level, Data-Driven Manufacturing enables real-time machine-level monitoring, giving manufacturers a previously unavailable view of machine health. It also enables manufacturers to become proactive in terms of their machine upkeep and repairs, reducing downtime due to mechanical failures and problems.
How does Industry 4.0 ‘work’?
Matt Rendall: Industry 4.0 is made up of advanced technologies, so the solutions are flexible and intelligent and fully autonomous. Automation isn’t new for the manufacturing industry, but it’s at a point now where it is beginning to transform the way factories operate. Since automation was introduced into factories, it’s made it cheaper and faster to produce a wide variety of products and that’s about to climb exponentially.
Automation can span across the entire manufacturing plant and appear in a variety of forms from loading, unloading, kitting, inspection, quality assurance, and more. For example, a self-driving vehicle used for material handling can be integrated into the facilities’ ERP system, which calls it to the loading dock automatically. Once materials are loaded on the vehicle, it is assigned a work order (through the ERP) and moves the material to the next destination. It does not use any infrastructure and dynamically moves through the facility to the destination point, taking the most direct route. It uses a combination of lidar sensors and artificial intelligence to ensure it arrives safely and avoids all obstacles on the way.
Advanced capabilities are just starting to enter the industry, which – when incorporated into plants – will allow machines to identify defects on their own and course-correct mid cycle. Similarly, predictive analytics are beginning to branch into factories; they’ll make predictions about unknown events in the process or facility by using data mining, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to analyze current data. These are some of the ways of how Industry 4.0 can work, but there are countless others. To date, the technologies have really been developed in a silo so we can expect to see that even more benefits arise as the technologies begin to work with one and other – the relationship between the technology provider and the industry integrator will be paramount to this.
How do I implement Industry 4.0?
David McPhail: Connectivity is the key to any Data-Driven Manufacturing implementation. This means companies must find a way to get every machine talking to the corporate network, and to do so securely, using standards-based technology.
The simplest place to start is to utilize the MTConnect protocol, which is used by most modern pieces of industrial equipment. MTConnect is an open, standards-based, communications protocol. Any machine that runs MTConnect can simply and easily transmit real-time details about its status and health over any network, and the information will be immediately understood by any other standards-based system.
Some older machines — the legacy equipment that often forms the backbone of a manufacturing operation — may not have a network interface, lacking either a serial port or an Ethernet connection. These pieces will need industrial-strength edge hardware attachments to act as webservers and transmit the harvested machine data (either wirelessly or via Ethernet) to the corporate network. Once attached, these devices translate the machine’s native language into standardized MTConnect data, and pass the collected information along the network.
In addition to the connectivity pieces, your Data-Driven Manufacturing implementation needs a software platform to manage all of the automatically collected machine data, and it must be secure. At MEMEX, we know how vital good security practices are. That’s why we partnered with Cisco and Mazak on the SmartBox — a Cisco Industrial Ethernet 4000 Series Switch which adds MTConnect, MEMEX’s MERLIN software platform and Mazak’s SMOOTH process-performance technology.
Does Industry 4.0 help my business? How?
Jennifer Rideout: Industry 4.0 solutions improve the efficiency, quality, and utilization of factory operations. The Business Development Bank of Canada released a report in June 2017 that showed 60% of Canadian manufacturers who adopted Industry 4.0 solutions experienced a boost in factory productivity. Nearly 50% reduced operating costs, and 42% improved product quality. Simply put, Industry 4.0 helps manufacturers make more, in less time, for fewer resources.
Why should I implement Industry 4.0 solutions?
Matt Rendall: The manufacturing industry has always focused on building out lean processes. Consumers want things faster, cheaper, and expect better quality than ever before. So, it keeps operators on their toes leaving them to ask: how do I build a product with the highest throughput, lowest cost, least amount of material and fastest cycle time? And once manufacturers crack the code on creating a lean process, they challenge themselves to push further through continuous improvement. The problem, however, is that continuous improvement has become status quo because everyone is doing it. If you want a competitive advantage, you need to do more than what everyone else is doing. When we talk about why it’s important to embrace change and technology, it’s in acknowledgement that everyone is pursuing continuous improvement and that status quo is simply not good enough. This reason alone should be reason enough to implement Industry 4.0 solutions – the resulting benefits will move operations into an entirely new playing field.
It’s also worth noting that Industry 4.0 can be implemented in phases and doesn’t have to be done all at once. Implementation is a process that includes multiple stakeholders and step gates. Here’s a great example of how to prepare for Industry 4.0.
How much does it cost to implement an Industry 4.0 solution?
David McPhail: Costs, of course, depend on a variety of factors including the number of machines to connect, the addition of hardware components to enable connectivity, and the price of associated software licensing.
The price of Data-Driven Manufacturing has dropped significantly in recent years. Plants can install it on just one critical piece of equipment, on a handful of machines, or on every tooling station on the shop floor. This versatility means manufacturers can focus their technology budgets on the tools that have the biggest impact on their business.
Solutions can start at anywhere between $2,000 and $8,000 per machine. When this price is paired with the possibility of only doing a small (one or two-machine) installation, it becomes readily apparent that Data-Driven Manufacturing is well within reach of everybody.
What are the risks of an Industry 4.0 solution?
Martin Stephenson: A connected cyber-system must be thought out carefully before implementation and should address the following questions:
How is data managed at this moment in time? Can the end user manage the velocity, variety, volume and veracity of its current information flow? What would happen if this was tripled or quadrupled?
Cybersecurity is a key concern, and there is a strong need for any connected vision of the future to be designed, implemented and managed by unified IT and OT resources. Corporate culture is also a key factor in the success or failure of implementing Industry 4.0. Be sure that senior management understand both the clear benefits of a smart plant of the future, but also the potential pitfalls. They must be brought into the ethos of Industry 4.0 and be a major part of the decision making, to ensure absolute “buy in” from day one.
One final point to consider: no doubt your main competitors are looking to Industry 4.0 to achieve maximum efficiency and profitability. The biggest risk to your company is not doing anything at all! Start small, with a top-down approach, involve all lines of business and engage partners you can trust and you will succeed at moving your business towards Industry 4.0.
My sincere thanks to Matt, Martin, and David for providing their insights for this post.
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Burlington, ON, Canada – August 28, 2017 – Memex Inc. (“Memex” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: OEE), a global leader in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) manufacturing productivity software, today released its third quarter financial and operational highlights for its 2017 fiscal year, which ended June 30, 2017. All results are reported in Canadian dollars.
Summary Financial Highlights for the Third Quarter Ended June 30, 2017:
- Memex reported revenue of $529 thousand, 42% lower than the same quarter a year ago, but up 52% sequentially;
- Gross margin of 56.4% was down from 72.5% reported the same quarter a year ago – (excluding Amortization and Client Services labour, which was down 16.1% in Q3-2017 vs 2016, gross margin is down only 7.3%).
- Bookings[i] for the quarter were a record $1.04 million, up 16% from the same quarter a year ago, and 82% higher than Q2-2017;
- The Company reported a net and comprehensive loss of $1.078 million for the quarter, equating to a $0.009 loss per share. This compares with a $447 thousand net and comprehensive loss in Q3 last year, and a $0.004 loss per share.
- At June 30, 2017, the Company had $2.34 million in current assets including $1.60 million in cash and $976 thousand in working capital.
“Memex began F2017 with clients sitting on the side-lines due to uncertainties introduced during the 2016 U.S. election that impacted much of the discretionary spending within the US manufacturing sector. Mid-way through our third quarter this client behaviour appears to have shifted and we experienced a significant ramp in current and new customer engagement. Although our third quarter results were down year-over-year, we did improve by more than 50% over the prior quarter and are pleased to report record bookings of $1 million during Q3, as well as exiting the quarter with record backlog near $1.6 million,” said David McPhail, President and CEO of Memex. “In addition, since the end of June we have announced over $480 thousand in purchase orders as demand from the U.S. manufacturing sector continues to ramp and more importantly, we recently announced our largest single-customer deployment with a plant wide adoption of our technology. Recent industry data also portrays an improving macro picture, with a U.S Commerce Department survey that showed factory activity rising to a 3-year high, and the U.S. Cutting Tool Institute report that June consumption increased 6% year-over-year, and year-to-date was up 5.8% compared to the same period in 2016. Based on our conversations with customers and prospects, we expect these trends to continue.”
Selected Financial Information for Q3 2017
Three-months period ended
Nine-months period ended
|(Canadian dollars – in thousands except per share and margin%)||2017||2016||Change||
|Revenue||529||919||– 42%||1,381||2,104||– 34%|
|Bookingsi||1,041||895||+ 16%||2,004||2,605||– 23%|
|Gross margin %||56.4||72.5||50.5||64.0|
|Operating expenses||1,364||1,188||+ 15%||3,799||3,571||+ 6%|
|Cash utilized in operating activities1||1,005||441||+ 128%||(2,910)||(2,061)||+ 41%|
|Net and comprehensive loss for the period||(1,078)||(447)||+ 141%||(3,103)||(2,079)||+ 49%|
|Basic and diluted loss per share – period||(0.009)||(0.004)||+ 113%||(0.027)||(0.021)||– 29%|
- Before changes in non-cash working capital balances.
(Canadian dollars – in thousands except WC ratio)
|June 30, 2017||September 30, 2016||
|Cash on hand||1,601||2,899|
|Working capital ratio**||1.72 to 1||3.97 to 1|
* Working Capital = current assets – current liabilities
** Working Capital ratio = current assets / current liabilities
Summary Financial Highlights for the Nine-months Ended June 30, 2017:
- Memex reported revenue of $1.381 million, 34% lower than the same period a year ago;
- Gross margin of 50.5% was down from 64.0% reported the same period a year ago (excluding Amortization and Client Services labour, which is up 1.3% in the current YTD, GM% is down only 3.9% YTD over a year ago).;
- Bookings[ii] for the period were $2.00 million, down 23% from the same period a year ago;
- The Company reported a net and comprehensive loss of $3.10 million for the period, equating to a $0.027 loss per share. This compares with a $2.08 million net and comprehensive loss in the prior year period, and a $021 loss per share; and
Q3 2017 and Subsequent Operational Highlights:
- Memex generated $1.04 million in bookings for Q3-2017, its highest ever quarterly achievement, and finished the quarter with $1.57 million in backlog, the highest level the Company has ever seen;
- The Company secured its largest ever single-customer project, SEW Eurodrive, worth more than $450 thousand dollars for a plant-wide MERLIN implementation;
- The Company restructured its Sales Management and hired new VP of Sales, John Artman, to mine Memex’s existing U.S. Pipeline, and to develop new markets and growth opportunities;
- The Company engaged SalesForce to assist and monitor the Company’s sales development activities; and
- The Company announced (via Press Release) August 21, 2017 its engagement of Eight Capital to assist in raising $1.5 million to $2.0 million in capital through the sale of Memex securities.
About Memex Inc.
Memex was founded with a vision to improve the way automated machine and production equipment work and connect on the factory floor. Since then Memex has proved itself a pioneer in IIoT time and again. The company is committed to its mission of “successfully transforming factories of today into factories of the future” and envisions converting every machine into a node on the corporate network, creating visibility from shop-floor-to-top-floor. Memex is the developer of MERLIN, an award-winning IIoT technology platform that delivers tangible increases in manufacturing productivity in Real-Time. Memex’s software and hardware IIoT solution enable customers to achieve tangible IIoT-centric business outcomes. The MERLIN software suite and connectivity products have enabled manufacturers to achieve upwards of a 50% increase in productivity and a 20%-plus increase in profit, on average. Additionally, customers have secured payback in less than four months, which equates to an Internal Rate of Return greater than 300 per cent. For more information, please visit: www.MemexOEE.com
For investor inquiries please contact:
|Ed Crymble, Chief Financial Officer
|David McPhail, President & CEO
Sean Peasgood, Investor Relations
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Memex Inc. (“MEMEX” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE:OEE) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a letter of engagement with Eight Capital acting as sole bookrunner and lead agent, on behalf of a syndicate (together, the “Agents”), under which the Agents have agreed to offer for sale units of the Company (the “Units”), on a “best efforts” private placement basis, subject to all required regulatory approvals, at a price per Unit of $0.16 (the “Issue Price”) for total gross proceeds of up to approximately $1,500,000 (the “Offering”).
Each Unit shall consist of one common share of the Company (a “Share”) and one-half of one Share purchase warrant (each full warrant, a “Warrant”). Each Warrant shall entitle the holder thereof to acquire one Share at a price of $0.25 for a period of 24 months following the closing of the Offering. In the event that the closing sale price of the Company’s common shares on the TSX Venture Exchange is greater than $0.35 per Share for a period of 20 consecutive trading days at any time after the closing of the Offering, the Company may accelerate the expiry date of the Warrants by giving notice to the holders thereof and in such case the Warrants will expire on the 30th day after the date on which such notice is given by the Company.
The Company has granted the Agents an option to offer for sale up to an additional $500,000 of the Units, at the Issue Price, exercisable in whole or in part at any time for a period of up to 48 hours prior to the closing date of the Offering.
The net proceeds from the Offering will be used for working capital and general corporate purposes. The securities issued under the Offering will be subject to a four month hold period from the date of closing of the Offering in addition to any other restrictions under applicable law.
The closing date of the Offering is scheduled to be on or about September 12, 2017 and is subject to certain conditions including, but not limited to, the receipt of all necessary approvals, including the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange.
This press release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy nor shall there be any sale of the securities in any State in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful. The securities being offered have not been, nor will they be, registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements of the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and applicable state securities laws.
Memex Inc. was founded with a vision to improve the way automated machinery and production equipment work and connect on the factory floor. Since then MEMEX has proved itself a pioneer in IIoT time and again. The company is committed to its mission of “successfully transforming factories of today into factories of the future” and envisions converting every machine into a node on the corporate network, creating visibility from shop-floor-to-top-floor. MEMEX is the developer of MERLIN, an award-winning IIoT technology platform that delivers tangible increases in manufacturing productivity in Real Time. MEMEX’s software and hardware IIoT solution enable customers to achieve tangible IIoT-centric business outcomes. The MERLIN software suite and connectivity products have enabled manufacturers to achieve upwards of a 50% increase in productivity and a 20%-plus increase in profit, on average. Additionally, customers have secured payback in less than four months, which equates to an Internal Rate of Return greater than 300 per cent. For more information, please visit: www.MemexOEE.com
Certain statements contained in this news release, constitute “forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation. In particular, this news release contains forward-looking statements relating to, among other things the expected completion of the Offering and the Corporation’s ability to obtain necessary approvals from the TSX Venture Exchange. These statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated in such forward-looking statements. MEMEX believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, but no assurance can be given that these expectations will prove to be correct and should not be unduly relied upon. Information on additional risks related to MEMEX’s business is included in our management’s discussion and analysis of our financial results for the year ended September 30, 2016 which may be accessed through the SEDAR website (www.sedar.com). The forward-looking statements contained in this news release are expressly qualified by this cautionary statement. These forward-looking statements and information speak only as of the date of this news release. MEMEX does not undertake any obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as may be required by applicable securities laws.
BURLINGTON, ON / ACCESSWIRE / August 15, 2017 / Memex Inc. (“MEMEX” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: OEE), a global leader in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) manufacturing productivity software, announced today that in the 30-day period ending August 14, 2017, it has received more than $300 thousand in net-new purchase orders and component sales. In combination with MEMEX’s previous press release, the Company has announced in excess of $780 thousand (at today’s exchange rate) worth of purchase orders since July 12th, 2017.
“An increasing number of manufacturers are recognizing the compelling value proposition of IIoT and Data-Driven Manufacturing, leading them to select MEMEX as their vendor of choice,” said MEMEX President and CEO, David McPhail. “The Company has experienced an increase in purchase activity from multiple end customers that represent a diverse set of manufacturing sectors including oil and gas, industrial pumps, and industrial painting equipment. MEMEX’s MERLIN Tempus continues to offer our clients the capability to gain new, real-time insights into exactly what is happening on their factory floors, whether they are physically onsite, or observing their operations remotely. Our unsolicited, inbound inquiries continue to increase, as do client referrals, and current customer site expansion opportunities. When these sales activities are combined with our diligent trade show and thought leadership marketing efforts, designed to secure more sales opportunities and bring on additional new customers, we believe that the recent net-new orders are just the beginning.”
Memex Inc. was founded with a vision to improve the way automated machinery and production equipment work and connect on the factory floor. Since then MEMEX has proved itself a pioneer in IIoT time and again. The company is committed to its mission of “successfully transforming factories of today into factories of the future” and envisions converting every machine into a node on the corporate network, creating visibility from shop-floor-to-top-floor. MEMEX is the developer of MERLIN, an award-winning IIoT technology platform that delivers tangible increases in manufacturing productivity in Real Time. MEMEX’s software and hardware IIoT solution enable customers to achieve tangible IIoT-centric business outcomes. The MERLIN software suite and connectivity products have enabled manufacturers to achieve upwards of a 50% increase in productivity and a 20%-plus increase in profit, on average. Additionally, customers have secured payback in less than four months, which equates to an Internal Rate of Return greater than 300 per cent. For more information, please visit: www.MemexOEE.com.
For investor inquiries please contact:
Rashi Rathore, Marketing Manager
905-635-3040 ext. 103
David McPhail, President & CEO
Sean Peasgood, Investor Relations
The program features a discussion examining the manufacturing industry. Speakers will cover a number of topics that are current and relevant to the evolution of the manufacturing industry. MEMEX will be participating in the innovation & technology panel.
Date: Sept 14, 2017
Time: 7:30- 10:30 a.m.
Location: Wintrust Financial Corp., Rosemont, Chicago
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