ENDICOTT, NY — September 29, 2010
Endicott Interconnect Technologies, Inc. (EI) announced today that the Company has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with Harris Corporation. As one of an elite group of companies with strategic partnership agreements in place, EI will work closely with Harris Corporation to jointly develop innovative microelectronic solutions and collaborative services for new products serving key markets and customers.
The agreement builds upon the established relationship between the parties and lays the framework for the strategic partnership which includes shared executive business reviews, program assessment, technology roadmap and new business opportunity discussions as well as cost reduction strategies. Harris Corporation’s selection criteria included demonstration of EI’s AS 9100 certification and a comprehensive audit of EI processes.
“Our collaboration will accelerate product development and enhance quality by leveraging our shared skill sets, intellectual capital and industry expertise to provide integrated solutions that significantly benefit the marketplace,” commented James J. McNamara Jr., President and CEO at EI.
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