Inc. Magazine unveils its annual list of America’s fastest-growing private companies — the Inc. 5000 — with Romaric coming in at number 318 among software companies.
August 3, 2018: Romaric is excited to see how Alphabot, using RACE software licensed from Romaric, is rolled out within Walmart (with over 11,000 stores worldwide), and other global retailers.
May 21, 2018: Romaric announced today the opening of a sales office in Hsinchu, Taiwan, effective early June 2018. Romaric has hired Michael Bowcutt, who is fluent in Chinese (Mandarin) and previously lived in Taiwan for two years, to initiate its formal operation in Asia.
March 15, 2018: The Romaric Automation Control Engine (RACE) has now reached its fiftieth installation worldwide. These installations include the complete Romaric product set (Roma MD MCS, RES-Q, RACE Track and RACE Purge), as well as RACE adaptations and RACE Lite implementations.
August 29, 2016: Romaric has reached agreement with a Boston-based robotic solution provider to license its Romaric Automation Control Engine (RACE) source code for adaptation into the retail industry. The initial end user of the technology is intended to be a top-ten global retailer.
September 10, 2015: The Romaric Automation Control Engine has been packaged and released as a separate product upon which other software development companies can build their own products, which require robotic and machine interfaces, and integration into a manufacturing or enterprise IT environment.
December 31, 2014: Romaric announced today that Infineon Technologies AG has purchased a worldwide license of the company’s Roma MD™ Material Control System, as well as RES-Q™, the company’s emulator for automated material handling and transport systems.
August 1, 2012: The Romaric Management Team, lead by Rory M. Gagon, has repurchased 100% of the Romaric stock from Solar Holdings Inc., a US subsidiary of Roth & Rau AG. The original co-founders of Romaric plus an additional key employee closed the deal in late July 2012.
July 1, 2009: Solar Holding Inc., a US subsidiary of Roth & Rau AG, is acquiring 100% of the shares in Romaric Corporation, a company based in Salt Lake City, USA. Romaric’s customers include AMD, Applied Materials and Intel.
February 20, 2008: The typical time frame for an MCS installation team to be onsite is 3-6 months. Romaric performed a Spansion installation in 16 days.