Embedded computer firm congatec appoints Technagon as sales technology partner

congatec, works for embedded computer modules, single board computers (SBCs) and embedded design & manufacturing (EDM) services, has appointed design services company Technagon as sales technology partner to strengthen its portfolio of customer-specific system design & manufacturing services for point-of-sale (POS) and ticketing systems, vending machines and systems, digital signage and eMobility applications.

Technagon helps in the design and development of customised systems for various industries. For POS applications, digital signage, eMobility and embedded systems, the company also offers production ready building blocks – such as application-ready concepts for authentication, payment and billing or vandalism and tamper protection – and integrates them quickly and efficiently into individual customer solutions.

Peter Müller, Technagon, and Matthias Klein, congatec, are in full agreement
Peter Müller, Technagon, and Matthias Klein, congatec, are in full agreement

Customers save a lot of time and cost, and they will benefit from the extensive and proven know-how, which has been already invested into the development of these building blocks and components. Through the cooperation, congatec technology becomes an integral part of Technagon’s solution kit that ranges from application-specific carrier boards, embedded box PCs and system integration of all components to the design and manufacturing of custom housings.

“The cooperation with congatec significantly strengthens our engineering services, and provides a more efficient solution. Our close sales technology partnership allows us to tackle innovative projects together and to integrate the latest processor technology into customer projects faster. This gives our customers an enormous technology lead, and time- to-market advantage. In addition, we can also optimise our support for application developers because congatec’s personal Integration Services can now be requested directly from us,” said Peter Müller, business development manager at Technagon.

“With its design and development solutions for customised POS, digital signage and eMobility systems, Technagon is a highly efficient partner of many well-known OEMs. The sales technology partnership with Technagon opens up a whole new market presence for us in this segment. Customers, benefit from a comprehensive solution offering that can significantly speed up their time-to-market,” commented Matthias Klein, COO at congatec.

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