Our home office is in Lowell, Massachusetts, which is about 25 miles north of Boston. Our staff of 20 members gathers mechanical and electrical engineers, project managers, and administrative personnel that work in our two offices located in Querétaro, México and Medellín, Colombia.
We work on a collaborative, "engineering on demand" model. You pay only as you need the service, and there is no contract required. It will allow your core engineering team to focus on product development and product improvement. With this kind of flexibility and real time interaction, you can be assured of on-time delivery to your clients.
Sure. Customers provide us with samples, drawings and assemblies, and an engineering best practices document (if a best practices document is not available, one will be created together with your engineering team). For much more detail on the process, please see our methodology page
All data transmitted between the client and Censco’s servers is done through SSL (secure sockets layer) encryption. Encryption is the process of making all transmitted data unintelligible to any unauthorized 3rd parties so the data always arrives safe and secure.
Absolutely not. Censco understands the privacy and security issues required to protect our client’s strategic information and processes. Censco will never sell, share, or distribute any client information or data without your expressed written consent.
Utilizing an OUS workforce can offer significant cost savings. A typical project utilizing a temporary staffing service would result in a cost savings of between 40% and 60%. You can expect the same savings over a permanent employee.