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Symboticware Announces New US/Mexico Headquarters in Tucson, AZ

For Immediate Release
Laura Shaw, Sr. Vice President, Sun Corridor Inc.
(520) 609-5972 or
Symboticware Announces New US/Mexico Headquarters
 in Tucson, Arizona; Adds 20 high-tech Jobs

Tucson, AZ (March 10, 2019) – Today we welcome the newest member of our corporate community, Symboticware, a provider of “rugged” data platform and software solutions to mining and other industries.

The new Tucson office will include an estimated 20 high-tech jobs and is a regional US/Mexico headquarters for this Canadian-based company.  Symboticware chose Tucson to be closer to their customers and key mining markets in the US and Mexico.

“The County is very pleased with the region’s continued growth as a hub of mining technology and innovation. Companies like Symboticware bring high-wage jobs to our community, which carry with them a host of beneficial downstream effects on our local economy. I welcome Symboticware and congratulate them on their expansion,” said Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry.
“Symboticware is an excellent example of emerging technology driving transformation and creating value in established industries,” said Sandra Watson, president and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority. “The selection of Tucson for Symboticware’s new regional headquarters operation highlights Southern Arizona’s attractiveness to innovative, growing companies. We thank Symboticware for its commitment to our state.”
This announcement is the latest of economic development wins for this region. See further detail below.


For Immediate Release
Symboticware Inc.
US/Mexico Headquarters
 2500 N. Pantano Road
 Tucson, Arizona 85715 USA
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Tucson, AZ (March 10, 2019) – Symboticware Inc., an industry leader of standardized information-based technology to enhance productivity, sustainability, profitability and safety through real-time data management solutions, announces a reception to celebrate the official opening of the Tucson, Arizona-based US/Mexico headquarters. The event, taking place Tuesday, March 12th, includes a reception, office tours, and a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Mayor of Tucson. Community and industry leaders have been responding to the announcement with much support.
Justin Johnsen, VP North America, will lead the team from the Tucson offices, as they focus on collaborating with regional customers on Asset Reliability Services to include Criticality Analysis, Failure Mode Analysis, Condition-based Maintenance, and Performance Metrics.  The office plans to grow rapidly with the hire of 20 high-tech professionals in the next five years.
“As a key regional mining corridor, Tucson, Arizona is what Sudbury is to Ontario,” said Kirk Petroski, President and CEO of Symboticware. “When our first offices opened there in 2008, our focus has been on the development and advancement of technology for the mining industry. We are proud to expand our services into the United States and Mexico through our Tucson office.”
“Tucson is pleased to host the new regional U.S. headquarters for Canada-based tech company Symboticware,” said City of Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild. “More companies are appreciating that Tucson is an ideal location for doing business in the US and Mexico.
“We welcome this new US/Mexico headquarters of Symboticware, who joins Caterpillar, Modular Mining Systems, Hexagon Mining, AXISCADES and other mining-related companies who call Tucson home,” said Joe Snell, president & CEO, Sun Corridor Inc. “Southern Arizona continues to attract mining-related firms and suppliers, contributing to our growing status as a world leader in mining technology.”
“It is great to see technology companies like Symboticware leading our industry towards innovation through data access,” said Michelle Ash, Chair GMG, former CIO, Barrick Gold. “Historically, operational and mechanical data is difficult to retrieve in real-time, and this expansion into the United States & Mexico will be the first step in helping mines in this region achieve operational and maintenance excellence.”
“We’re pleased to welcome Symboticware to this region, and embrace them as new members of AMIGOS,” said Sydney Hay, president of AMIGOS – an industry support network that provides a better business environment for mining. “Our organization is proud to support a company that empowers mining operations to maximize productivity through innovative, world-class maintenance strategies.”
“I want to congratulate Kirk and the Symboticware team on their expansion into Tucson, Arizona,” said Greater Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger. “Symboticware has grown their operations in a number of industries including their work in advancing our local mining industry forward in the digital and technological age and I am pleased to see their success bring them to new markets and wish them the very best.”
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About Symboticware:
Symboticware is an innovative, industry leader that provides an industrial IoT hardware and software platform to help customers unlock, collect and analyze valuable data from their industrial mobile and fixed assets to help improve business outcomes based on: optimizing productivity; identifying opportunities to increase efficient use of their resources; increasing equipment availability through better condition and preventative maintenance; and enhancing safety by real-time feedback to operators. Originally developed for monitoring in underground mining, Symboticware technologies are used in many remote and rugged applications, from the far north to kilometers below the earth’s surface. For more information:
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