The National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (NEMI), which is focused on strengthening the global electronics manufacturing supply chain, has announced five new members. Centor Software Corporation, Foxconn, MatrixOne, Microsoft and Speedline Technologies are the latest companies to join the industry-led consortium. "NEMI attracts organization from across the supply chain, and this latest group of new member companies demonstrates our broad range of appeal," said Jim McElroy, executive director and CEO of NEMI. "Our newest members include a major OEM (Microsoft), a major component module move service (CMMS) provider (Foxconn), two software solution providers (Centor and MatrixOne) and a capital equipment manufacturer (Speedline). Our methodology brings together diverse interests and fosters a collaborative environment that benefits the entire industry. These new participants further strengthen our membership base and improve our effectiveness in facilitating change as we address gaps in the global electronics-manufacturing infrastructure. We are looking forward to the contributions that each of these new members will make to our industry efforts."
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