Thursday, May 4, 2017 •Categories: Corporate
Gerber Technology as part of a succession plan, the appointment of a new CEO, Mohit Uberoi, to succeed retiring Mike Elia effective Friday, May 5. Elia will join Gerber Technology’s Board of Directors continuing to provide leadership and on going counsel.
Thursday, September 1, 2016 •Categories: Corporate
Gerber Technology, the world leader in integrated software, automation and vision systems for the apparel, graphics, packaging and other industrial markets, today announced American Industrial Partners (AIP) acquired all of its outstanding shares. The investment in Gerber was made out of American Industrial Partners Capital Fund VI, LP – a $1.8 billion fund that closed in September 2015.
Focusing on Trends to Enhance Growth Opportunities
Thursday, January 22, 2015 •Categories: Corporate
Gerber Scientific, Inc., a world leader in integrated solutions for the apparel and industrial markets announced that John Capasso joined the Company as Chief Financial Officer.
Baldrige Award Affiliate for Design and Cutting Room Integration
Gerber Technology was presented with a Gold level award for product innovation from the Connecticut Quality Improvement Award (CQIA) Partnership, Inc., an affiliate of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. The company was recognized for technology that integrates its computer-aided design software and manufacturing systems to accelerate apparel manufacturing, minimize human error and provide clear visibility to work in process.
Friday, April 23, 2010 •Categories: Corporate
Gerber Scientific Inc. was awarded the Axeda On-Demand Innovation Award for rapid deployment success within the first year of the launch of GERBERconnect, a proactive monitoring and remote service program that dramatically shortens response time for customer issues. Using Axeda’s on-demand platform and applications, Gerber developed and deployed GERBERconnect™ in Aug. 2009. Within six months of launch, the company reduced field service visits, improved first-time fax rate by five percent and resolved issues to avoid downtime.