Shannon region reaps engineering business as Jigsaw teams up with CW Applied Technology
26 February 2019
L-R: John O’Connell, managing director and founder, CW Applied Technology; Dean Stennett, chairman and director, Jigsaw Business Group; Yaniv Oren, director, Jigsaw Business Group; and John Geehan, director, CW Applied Technology.
Following recent collaborations with CW Applied Technology, Ireland, Jigsaw Business Group, UK, has expanded into Ireland with the opening of its new Jigsaw BITS (Business Improvement & Technical Services) office in Shannon, Co Clare.
As a global provider of skilled staff and consultancy services, Jigsaw Business Group plans to bring a wave of employment opportunities to Ireland through its STEM recruitment service ‘Jigsaw People’.
Demand for innovative skills and services that ‘collaborate to win’
Dean Stennett, chairman and director of Jigsaw Business Group, said: “With global industry and businesses needing to continually improve productivity and performance through the complete supply chain, the demand for innovative skills and services that ‘collaborate to win’ is higher than it has ever been.”
Utilising CW Applied Technology’s advanced product development, digital manufacturing capability and links with technical universities in Ireland, along with Jigsaw’s global industry activities, Jigsaw and CW Applied Technology are looking to significantly increase their operations in Ireland.
John O’Connell, managing director and founder of CW Applied Technology, said: “CW Applied Technology combines the reimagining of manufacturing with innovative and creative product development and delivers a commercially viable, mass production quality solution at a batch size of one.
“Using digital manufacturing concepts to create high customer value, CW Applied Technology rapidly adapts and iterates, while applying Design Thinking and MVP approaches. With Jigsaw Business Group, CW Applied Technology has created a common vision on how these services can yield much bigger wins for clients.”
Having collaborated on various projects previously, both companies include their approach to working with customers and prioritising the development of a close working relationship to ensure exceptional outcomes as their reason for success.http://www.engineersjournal.ie/2019/02/26/shannon-region-reaps-engineering-business-as-jigsaw-teams-up-with-cw-applied-technology/http://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/a-aaaaajig.jpghttp://www.engineersjournal.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/a-aaaaajig-300x300.jpgNewsClare,STEM,technology