New program reaches out to system integrators
Yokogawa announces VigilantPlant solutions partner program to provide its control platforms through selected system integrators.
Yokogawa Corporation of America has announced its new VigilantPlant Solutions (VPS) partner program to create a collaborative partnership with select system integrators (SIs) to deliver its industrial automation solutions to process industry users. The company says the program’s goal is to equip new partners with the necessary tools and training to provide a superior level of customer support, ensuring desired business results in today’s demanding industrial automation environment.
The program provides access to Yokogawa’s VigilantPlant Solutions portfolio including the industry’s most reliable products. Under the program, VPS Partners are trained and certified to deliver DCS, PLC, and RTU products, as well as advanced application software solutions. Yokogawa says training and support comes from leading industry experts, both domestic and from its global group companies, that have executed and supplied over 20,000 control systems worldwide since 1975.
Yokogawa says it will collaborate with partners to develop a competitive approach for each automation project opportunity, in order to provide customers with the best solutions to meet their needs and contribute to the profitable growth of their business. The new network will consist of carefully selected SIs to deliver best-in-class services. The selection process targets partnership opportunities that provide mutual benefit to Yokogawa and the partner while providing the means to meet and exceed the needs of a growing customer base.
Edited by Peter Welander, email@example.com
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