CSIA announces new members
The Control System Integartors Association announced companies that have joined the association or have become certified or recertified.
The Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) announces the following companies have recently joined the association, become certified, or become recertified.
New integrator members include:
- InnCon Automation Corporation, West Valley, N.Y., U.S.
- Syscon Automation Group, Sandy, Utah, U.S.
New partner member:
- Gamlet Inc., York, Pa., U.S.
Newly certified member:
- Axcend Automation and Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, India
The following members recently became recertified:
- Captronic Systems Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, India
- Loman Control Systems Inc., Lititz, Pa., U.S.
To become a CSIA Certified member, a member company must pass an independent audit with stringent performance standards in nine management categories: general; human resources; marketing, business development and sales; financial; project; system development lifecycle; supporting activities; quality assurance; and service and support.
Certified members are re-audited every three years and recertified if they meet current performance standards. The certification criteria is spelled out in CSIA’s Best Practices and Benchmarks, the accepted roadmap for system integrators committed to delivering the level of quality, performance and long-term support their customers expect.
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