RF Monolithics Optimizes Enterprise Data Management with Syntricity

RF Monolithics Optimizes Enterprise Data Management with Syntricity

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, May 20, 2013 – RF Monolithics, a leader in wireless connectivity, is using Syntricity’s dataConductor yield management system to drive global operations, reduce costs, and improve performance.  In contrast with other potential solutions, dataConductor has provided RF Monolithics the advantages of a small internal deployment team, quick availability, and easy data access.

RF Monolithics is a provider of solutions-driven, technology-enabled wireless connectivity for a broad range of wireless applications for medical, automotive, and other industries.

The strategic drive for RF Monolithics was the need for an integrated data management system that would provide service to its global operations.  RF Monolithics chose dataConductor.com, Syntricity’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, as the backbone of its data management system.

“dataConductor has been a key part of our strategy as we’ve improved our capabilities to analyze data, align device performance, and address yield improvements,” said Simon Gonzales, Executive Director of Operations at RF Monolithics.  “The cloud-based architecture has provided us a communication-bridge with multiple operational sites and ease of access to the database.  This in turn has improved our ability to manage data, as aligned with our business and financial objectives.”

“The system was essentially deployed by the end of the evaluation period, so we were up and running quickly,” continued Gonzales. “The cloud architecture means anytime, anywhere access. dataConductor has served as a conduit as we move from silos of local knowledge to a collaborative global data-driven environment.”

“RF Monolithics is a great example of the benefits that dataConductor provides to a data-driven company,” said Steven Griffith, co-founder, President and CEO of Syntricity. “We look forward to a continued, successful relationship with RF Monolithics as they develop their next generation of products.”

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