ECM PCB Stator Technology has re-located its headquarters to a newly constructed 6000 square feet corporate headquarters in Needham Heights, Massachusetts alongside expanding its Bozeman, Montana operation into a new 5000 square feet facility.
The centers empower ECM’s upcoming global SaaS release and growing electric motor design and software business that serves clients across an array of electrified verticals.
As ECM’s main office, the Needham Heights location boasts new capabilities in applications engineering and a lab dedicated to advanced integration of ECM’s PrintStator motor software into client design, prototyping, and manufacturing processes.
The new Bozeman location includes enhanced resources for software programming and expands ECM’s capacity for PCB stator motor optimization, testing, and R&D. Both the new sites are equipped with resources to fully design, build, and manufacture integrated motor solutions and make program enhancements to ECM’s PrintStator software platform. ECM has backed up its facility expansion and business growth with added talent, including several recent hires to its engineering team.
The new Needham and Bozeman offices add to several initiatives that will boost ECM’s capacity as a SaaS company serving the world’s next generation electric motor design needs.
ECM PCB Stator Technology will continue to expand its capabilities in the new year and will soon announce the opening of a qualified manufacturing facility in partnership with a multinational electronics manufacturing company. ECM is also poised to open its first international office, to be disclosed in the first quarter of 2023.
In fourth quarter 2022, ECM began beta testing of its PrintStator design software as a SaaS product with select partners, in advance of a full release in 2023.
“The new Needham Heights and Bozeman facilities will greatly augment ECM’s existing business and upcoming SaaS launch. This will further enable ECM’s mission to extend the efficiency and sustainability benefits of PCB Stator, axial flux electric motor technology at scale across the world,” said ECM CEO Brian Casey.
Source: ECM PCB Stator Technology