MassMedic Gains New Member from the Ireland Medical Device Community
Seabrook Technology Group, joins Mass Medic
Boston, Mass. – June, 2015
The Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council (MassMEDIC) announced today that the Seabrook Technology Group has joined MassMEDIC highlighting the growing global role of the state’s medical device industry.
Founded in 1989, Seabrook Technology Group is an Ireland based company. Partnered with Camstar, a Siemens Company, Seabrook has U.S. offices in Northern California and Indianapolis, Indiana with further U.S. expansion planned in 2015.
With a focus on Medical Device Manufacturing, Seabrook specializes in Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) consultation, along with Business Intelligence and Quality Management Systems. Through renowned manufacturing systems subject matter expertise, Seabrook has built a vast client list, which includes North America, Europe and Asia.
Seabrook imparts knowledge to manufacturers to help optimize MES, which in turn, reduces cost & risk of non-compliance, enables lean manufacturing, stabilizes the supply chain and improves profit margin. Camstar’s highly configurable MES platform adapts to the users business without custom code, and its open SOA architecture was designed for ease of integration to enterprise applications and shop floor automation.
“All of us at Seabrook look forward to providing assistance to the deep base of Massachusetts medical device companies. The area is a very important segment of the global Life Science market from established companies to the vibrant innovation economy,” said Sean O’Sullivan, Founder and CEO of the Seabrook Technology Group.
Seabrook recently held their inaugural Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Educational Forum at the Westin Waltham Hotel. Ken Stadtman, Operations IT Manager; from local company Zoll Medical, presented on their use of MES. Future Forums are planned and will be announced via MassMedic.
“MassMedic is excited to welcome the Seabrook Technology Group to the MassMedic Family of Companies. Seabrook’s expertise in assisting company’s with improving operational efficiencies while driving down costs in the current U.S. healthcare market environment should provide benefits to many Massachusetts medical device companies. With the strong base of medical device companies in Massachusetts it was obvious to Seabrook they needed to establish a base in the state. We welcome Seabrook and look forward to a mutually rewarding relationship,” said Tom Sommer, President, MassMEDIC.