How to get the most out of your System Integrator
Tim Jager of DMC will present at the Global Automation and Manufacturing Summit on Sept. 10 at 9:15 a.m.
With plant staffs stretched thin at a time of continuing manufacturing growth, system integrators have come into increasing prominence. Get an insider's view on the do's & don'ts of working with solution partners to maximize your return on investment. Learn when to use an SI and how to choose the right integrator. Tim Jager of DMC will present at the Global Automation and Manufacturing Summit on Sept. 10 at 9:15 a.m. in Room W-190 at McCormick Place in Chicago. His presentation will be part of the daylong Summit, part of the Industrial Automation North America pavilion at the 2014 IMTS Show in Chicago.
Tim Jager is a project director and member of the senior management team at DMC, a project-based engineering and software development firm headquartered in Chicago. He heads the embedded project development team, as well as a number of Siemens projects. Since starting his career in engineering, his primary focus has been on automation and control systems. Tim holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and a P.E. in Control Systems.
CFE Media will sponsor the 2014 Global Automation and Manufacturing Summit on Sept. 10 starting at 8:15 a.m. in Room W190 in the West Wing of McCormick Place.
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