Control Engineering announces 2008 System Integrator of the Year Award winners
Oak Brook, IL - Control Engineering magazine today announced the winners of the 2008 System Integrator of the Year award.
Oak Brook, IL - Control Engineering magazine today announced the winners of the 2008 System Integrator of the Year award:
Bachelor Controls ( www.bachelorcontrols.com )– up to $10 million annual revenue category
Matrix Technologies ( www.matrixti.com ) - $10 to $25 million annual revenue category
Honeywell Process Solutions, Project Services Group hpsweb.honeywell.com/Cultures/en-US/ )
These organizations were selected by an independent panel of judges based upon the companies’ demonstrated value in providing technical expertise, business skills, and customer satisfaction to the markets they serve.
A complete description of each winner, as well as details on their business and comments from the judges, can be found in the annual Automation Integrator Guide which mails with the December 2007 issue of Control Engineering.
A Webcast called “Planning Ahead” features the winners discussing best practices and project management techniques for planning and implementing automation projects. It is accessible via the Control Engineering home page, www.controleng.com .
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