Partners PR appointed to raise manufacturing analytics company FourJaw’s profile

FourJaw Manufacturing Analytics has appointed Partners PR to further raise its profile among UK manufacturers and increase the understanding and awareness machine monitoring can provide manufacturers of all sizes.

The Sheffield-based tech firm provides accessible and affordable plug and play machine monitoring software that gives manufacturers real-time visibility of the efficiency of their factory floors. The cloud-based software combined with ‘plug and play’ hardware enables managers and machine operators to understand the top causes of machine downtime, the data insight, can then be used to make informed decisions to improve the current production processes resulting in increased productivity, capacity and profitability.  

FourJaw is a spin-out from the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) and has grown significantly over the past two years. James Brook, Head of Marketing and Communications said, “We are very pleased to have The Partners Group on board to help raise our profile and shout about the benefits of FourJaw’s machine monitoring platform”.
“I appointed Partners based on their strong understanding of the manufacturing sector and felt they were ideally placed to help FourJaw on our mission to deliver accessible technology that empowers manufacturers to achieve their productivity potential. We have had some great results so far, including entering and being shortlisted at the Sheffield Business Awards, and we look forward to what the future brings with Partners.”
Partners director Monica Green adds, “FourJaw is a game changer for the manufacturing sector and will help many businesses navigate the Industry 4.0 age. We are excited to help get the brand and messaging out to manufacturers up and down the country.” 
Established in 1988, Partners PR specialises in PR and marketing communications, supporting clients across the UK operating in the manufacturing, food processing, professional services, and property and construction sectors.