Gold Circuit Electronics Receives 2015 Excellence in Technology Alignment by Cisco


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Gold Circuit Electronics, Ltd (GCE), “Award-Winning Advanced Technology, Value Engineered PCB Solutions since 1978-Your Trusted Quality Partner,” has received the 2015 Excellence in Technology Alignment award from Cisco.

This prestigious award recognizes GCE for successfully demonstrating leadership and commitment to continuously develop and accelerate leading-edge technologies closely aligned with Cisco product requirements. The distinction was awarded during Cisco's 24th Annual Supplier Appreciation Event, held September 9 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California.

“Our Supplier Appreciation Awards highlight exceptional performances by the very best of our extended supply chain, and gives us the opportunity to recognize all of our trusted partners’ hard work and dedication,” said Gary Cooper, vice president, Global Supplier Management, Cisco. “Our theme this year, ‘Embrace the Pace: Transforming Tomorrow Together’, emphasizes the criticality of flexibility, collaboration and accelerated innovation—all qualities shared by this year’s award recipients.”

Cisco presented awards to suppliers in recognition of their contributions to Cisco’s success in fiscal year 2015. At the event, Cisco recognized the dedication and successes of its strategic suppliers and manufacturing partners—a testament to the company’s commitment to close partnership with its supply network to drive industry leadership, accelerated innovation and enhanced customer experience.

About Gold Circuit Electronics Ltd.

Gold Circuit Electronics Ltd. is a world leader in the manufacture of advanced technology printed circuit boards of the highest quality and extraordinary customer service. Additional information about GCE can be found at www.gce.com.tw.

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