Electronics Industry and Technology Transfer Veteran Joins Cable and Electromechanical Manufacturer as CM Expands Tech Scope During Accelerated Growth
– Brian Desmarais, CEO
BOSTON, MA, United States, Aug 18, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Segue Manufacturing Services, a New England subcontractor specializing in engineering and assembly services for electromechanical cables and harnesses, announced today that James Wright was vice president of engineering and quality. Wright joins Segue from Hyperice, where he oversaw global regulatory compliance and cradle-to-grave technology transfer with the company’s overseas manufacturing partners. At Segue, Wright will lead global engineering and continuous improvement initiatives across all Segue business units to support the growth and development of the engineering organization, reporting directly to Brian Desmarais, CEO of Segue.
“For Segue customers, global pressures to scale up and ongoing technological advancements make engineering excellence and quality common imperatives for our business,” said Desmarais. “The decision to merge engineering and quality at the executive level underlines the importance Segue places on innovation and reliability, thus providing transparent solutions to our customers. At this next stage of our growth, Jim will be instrumental in developing Segue’s technology roadmap and best practices in engineering and quality, including expanding capabilities, processes and systems. to ensure the success of our customers throughout the product lifecycle. “
Wright brings extensive experience in managing change and product development in high growth organizations, leading technology transformation and ensuring global regulatory compliance for innovative technology start-ups and multinationals. With more than two decades in electronics, Wright has a proven track record in design and development, product management, global operations and supply chain, and regulatory affairs with companies such as Hyperice, Axcelis Technologies, XP Power (Comdel), TUV SUD America and Intertek Global Semiconductor Safety Services (GS3). With specific expertise in Class I and Class II medical devices, Wright’s expertise will augment Segue’s established leadership in the medical industry.
When asked why he chose to join the Segue team, Wright said, “Segue Manufacturing Services is at the most exciting time in its history, ideally positioned with the right team and the right resources to truly have a impact for our clients amid unprecedented global constraints and pressures. . Each client brings new challenges and new perspectives, whether on a technical, financial or operational level. Meeting these challenges and exceeding customer expectations is where large subcontractors like Segue make their mark. Segue can make an immediate difference to our partners with our agility and problem-solving mindset, and I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to be a part of it.
About Segue Manufacturing Services
Segue Manufacturing Services provides solutions made in the United States and China to its OEM customers and EMS Tier I suppliers in the medical, industrial, capital goods and robotics markets. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Segue specializes in manufacturing and engineering services, including custom cable design, design for manufacturing, new product introduction, engineering and integration of electromechanical systems, testing, strategic sourcing and logistics. With manufacturing centers in Boston, Massachusetts and Xiamen, China, a 3PL in Monterrey, Mexico, and a wholly owned distribution warehouse in New Hampshire, Segue Manufacturing Services specializes in the seamless transfer of products. of its customers from prototyping to large-scale manufacturing. Employing nearly 500 people, the company is ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and ISO / TS 16949 certified, ITAR registered and MedAccred accredited.
Segue Manufacturing Services