Invensys Operations Management names new Wonderware integrator partners
Avanceon LP and Tegron LLC become Invensys endorsed Wonderware systems integrators.
Invensys Operations Management announced the addition of two endorsed Wonderware systems integrators (SIs) to its Partner Ecosystem Program. The SIs were selected based on their demonstrated commitment to superior solutions and service for Wonderware customers, as well as for building a strong business practice around delivering solutions built on Wonderware
"The Invensys Operations Management partner ecosystem is an active, collaborative community focused on developing innovative, real-time production, automation and information solutions for the process and discrete manufacturing, transportation, energy and facility management industries," said Matt Bauer, vice president, ecosystem for Invensys Operations Management. "Endorsed partners can leverage the history, knowledge and expertise of the entire Invensys community, including technology sharing, sales support, marketing and business development. They play a key role in our long-term growth strategy."
Invensys has other Wonderware system integrators located throughout the world in almost every country. Find them online in Control Engineering's searchable directory of Automation System Integrators .
The selected SIs have undergone a detailed business process assessment and have been certified for several years on their proven expertise in implementing Wonderware technology at customer facilities. Evaluations include a validated track record of customer satisfaction with solutions demonstrated to increase customer efficiency, reduce costs and/or maximize customer profits.
"We are proud to be selected as one of Invensys Operations Management's endorsed systems integrators, which follows our certification and adoption of the Wonderware Operations software for MES and ArchestrAl continue to help Invensys deliver innovative solutions to the market, and the recognition of our award-winning Power Management Intelligence Dashboard at the company's recent OpsManage'09 client event demonstrates that commitment."
Invensys Operations Management, a division of Invensys, is a provider of automation and information technology, systems, software solutions, services and consulting to the global manufacturing and infrastructure industries.
Offerings are delivered under several prominent industry brands, including Avantis, Eurotherm, Foxboro, IMServ, InFusion, SimSci-Esscor, Triconex and Wonderware.
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