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West Olive, MI, United States, 2006/09/25 - Cirque grows its sales network in order to reach new customers and provide greater availability and support for its industry-leading capacitance touch technology..
Cirque Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Alps Electric Co., Ltd. and a leader in the capacitance touch technology industry, today announced it has named Selected Technologies as a sales and support representative for Iowa and Michigan.
“Cirque is making an active push to expand its sales network,” said Nate Coy, sales manager, OEM products for Cirque. “We want to offer our unique capacitive touch products to our customers through proven and established partners. Selected Technologies has a tremendous success record and is a perfect fit for carrying and supporting Cirque’s products.”
Selected Technologies will carry products based on Cirque’s GlidePoint® and GlideSensor® technologies. It will not only sell and support Cirque’s off-the-shelf products, but it will also help OEM customers to implement Cirque’s solutions into their own unique products and designs. Cirque capacitive touch input technology increases the performance and value of PC peripherals and touchpads, mobile phones, consumer/lifestyle electronics and industrial controls, in addition to many other applications across multiple industries.
“We’re gratified that Cirque has selected us to be its representative in Iowa and Michigan,” said Bud Grell, president of Selected Technologies. “It is always exciting to work with an established company in the market, and Cirque’s ties to industry leader Alps Electric will help us fill the significant regional demand for capacitive touch input technology.”
For more information about Cirque’s OEM and consumer-ready touch input solutions, please visit cirque.com. More information about Selected Technologies is also available at selectedtech.com.
Founded in 1991, Cirque is the original developer of capacitive touchpad technology. From the beginning, its original GlidePoint technology has provided the core of each new development of its touch-input solutions. In early 2003, Cirque was acquired by Alps Electric Co., Ltd., a $5.9 billion world leader in manufacturing electronics. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Alps, Cirque is considered the center of technology development for capacitive touch solutions. Cirque maintains independent development, production, sales and distribution facilities in Salt Lake City.
About Selected Technologies
Selected Technologies is a professional sales force with an established, expanding customer base Michigan and Iowa. Sales offices are currently maintained in West Olive, Michigan and Pinckney, Michigan.