Milestone: 100 companies in Wonderware ArchestrA integrator program
Lake Forest, CA – Wonderware, a business unit of Invensys, reached 100 companies in the ArchestrA Certified System Integrator Program with the addition of Tecnau Transport Division S.r.l. based in Florence, Italy. The company called the milestone a “significant achievement.”
Lake Forest, CA – Wonderware Invensys
Wonderware, a business unit of
, reached 100 companies in the ArchestrA
Certified System Integrator Program with the addition of Tecnau Transport Division S.r.l. based in Florence, Italy. The company called the milestone a “significant achievement.”
The company’s three-tier system-integrator support strategy aims to help end-users identify qualified system integrators to implement projects. The program provides integration firms means and incentives to invest in the company’s technologies, and builds product loyalty through successful application projects. The company says its system integrator community has more than 3,000 independent active companies.
The top 100 members of the ArchestrA Certified System Integrator Program have been certified by demonstrating exceptional technical expertise with Wonderware software solutions, delivered successful projects to customers, and earned the special backing and support of the company’s regional distributors.
"We are proud that this elite community has grown to 100 members," said Jay Jeffreys, marketing manager for Wonderware Solution Provider Programs.
Tony Bustamante, director for North and Latin American solution providers with the Wonderware Strategic Sales organization reports: "In one calendar year, our certified system integrator community has doubled,”
Claudio Fiore, system engineer at Tecnau Transport Division, says "ArchestrA technology allows even small teams to execute projects of huge scale," adding value to solutions provided to Tecnau customers. Wonderware made the announcement Dec. 7.
—Edited by Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief
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