FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 13th, 2007
Contact: Ryan Bruss
Tel. (425) 216-7555
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Remote Control Technology Uses an Industry-Focused Approach
Remote Control Technology Forms Multiple Divisions to Better Serve the Needs of Various Industries
Wireless Radio Frequency (RF) technology has been a growing asset for many industries over the past few years. As these technologies advance, industry leaders are adopting thier practices to save time and money. Although these RF devices all operate in similar ways, their applications are virtually limitless. The broad range of RF technology has left many to wonder how they can utilize the technology for their benefit. Remote Control Technology (RCT) is answering these questions by providing an individual focus on different industries. “Every industry is different,” RCT’s Vice President of Business Development Cindy Gladner said. “Even though a contractor installing a well pump and a systems integrator installing a conveyor system may both want to wirelessly control switches, they will still think about it in different ways,” she added.
RCT has been using this Industry Focused approach for the past year, and it seems to be working well for them. “We are in the process of hiring new people and re-organizing our staff so we can maximize the success that the industry-focused process has brought us,” stated RCT President Michael Lien. He added, “There will be many differences between the divisions, from the sales and marketing methods to the actual products we design and sell. We want our customers to know that no matter which industry they are in or what they need to do, Remote Control Technology is going to have the knowledge and skill to provide a quality product for them.”
Part of the re-organization for RCT has included splitting into two different divisions: the Fluid Dynamics Division and the Industrial Automation Division. The Fluid Dynamics Division will be in charge of research and development of industries such as ground water and wastewater management. The Industrial Automation Division will be in charge of research and development of industries such as aggregate and material handling. “This is just going to be the start for us. As our business grows in different areas, I anticipate RCT developing more divisions,” stated Gladner.
Headquartered in Kirkland, Washington, Remote Control Technology strives to be the highest quality manufacturer of easy-to-use industrial Radio Frequency (RF) remote control devices. For over 25 years, RCT has excelled at customer service, technical support and expedient response to their customers’ needs. Product performance is guaranteed.
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