Vision system company Matrox Imaging launches integrator program
Matrox Imaging announced an authorized integrator program in North America. Learn more about the benefits to customers and system integrators and link to other articles on machine vision and system integrator programs.
Another automation company has formed a system integrator program to help potential customers find help to integrate related technologies. Matrox Imaging announce April 7 a new authorized integrator program in North America. Integrators enrolled in this program have delivered hundreds of vision systems to a wide range of manufacturing fields and disciplines from automotive to food, electronics to pharmaceuticals, medical devices to transportation, packaging to robotics, Matrox Imaging says.
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System integrators enrolled in the program have "mastered the art of integrating vision systems with other automation systems and processes," the company says. Integrators who join the program receive benefits that include preferential pricing on Matrox Imaging hardware and software products, pre-qualified sales leads, personalized applications support, frequent training sessions, and marketing support.
The resulting network of experts “help a growing number of manufacturers who require vision to meet stringent quality and efficiency standards," with assurance of exceptional quality and service, says François Bertrand, vice president sales & marketing, Matrox Imaging. Matrox Imaging provides PC-based hardware and software for machine vision, image analysis, medical imaging, and video surveillance, including smart cameras, embedded systems, frame grabbers, Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) and Matrox Design Assistant software.
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Integrators interested in learning more about becoming Matrox Imaging authorized integrator can get more information: www.matrox.com/imaging/buy/program.cfm .
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