Ryder’s engineers created a series of ground-breaking technological innovations in the fields of computer chess and strategy games, and later in the field of PC flight simulation controllers under its Saitek brand. Proprietary innovations were intrinsic to Ryder’s success, and the IP associated with them was precious.
This history provides Ryder with a deep respect for its customers’ IP and an intuitive understanding of the value that its customers place on safeguarding it. This mission-critical element is one that many other EMS companies within the region may not anticipate or satisfy.
At Ryder Industries, strict controls are in place to ensure that the entrusted IP assets of partners are never disclosed without proper authorisation. All technical data files are securely encrypted and controlled. Ryder employees receive specific training on:
- What IP is
- The development and securing of IP assets,
- Maintaining confidentially of partners’ proprietary information.
Ryder enjoys longstanding relationships with leading brand names such as Boa, Blackstar Amplification, Silicon Labs, Fender, Harman (now a Samsung company), and many more blue-chip companies. These relationships provide concrete evidence of Ryder Industries’ non-disclosure practices. Organisations like these simply would not partner with an EMS provider if it posed any risk at all to their highly prized IP. Ryder Industries has maintained the confidence of these partners for more than 15 years.