Rever Participates in the Industrial Transformation Mexico Fair
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León, Guanajuato, México- September 7th, 2019
HANNOVER MESSE is the World’s biggest expo in industrial technology and the leader platform for industry 4.0 established since 1947. In 2018, Mexico as the guest country made quite an impact, that is why this 2019 the organizers decided to hold the ITM Industrial Transformation Mexico fair in León, Guanajuato. León is a very important industrial hub for the country. This event is focused on industry sectors like: aeroespacial, automotive, electronics, food and beverages, mining, packing and steel processing and chemicals. ITM 2019 will be a “integral” event with three priorities: to expose, educate and innovate.
Rever, the comprehensive frontline innovation solution will be participating in the Startups area of ITM, a space where new companies will present their innovative solutions. ¡Come and meet us at our booth!.
Rever is the first comprehensive frontline innovation solution focused on empowering frontline workers to drive innovation and performance improvement. It’s simple-to-use mobile interface enables frontline workers to document, experiment, and implement new ideas, while creating a frontline network for collaboration and sharing of ideas across teams. Rever’s SaaS platform integrates frontline activity into Industry 4.0 transformation.
Purpose-built for companies in the manufacturing industry, Rever enables efficient improvement initiatives and problem-solving from simple quick fixes to complex innovation. Backed by Sequoia Capital and Zetta Venture Partners, Rever is headquartered in San Mateo with a sister offices in Guadalajara and Barcelona. To learn more, please visit us at reverscore.com. Join us on LinkedIn and follow us on Twitter.
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