Wonderware Enterprise Integrator v3.5 software from Invensys enables integration

Invensys Operations Management's enterprise integration application and offers an out-of-the-box solution that addresses specific data management capabilities for integrating plant-floor applications, MES, and ERP.

12/10/2009


Invensys Operations Management, a global provider of technology systems, software solutions and consulting services to the process and manufacturing industries, unveiled version 3.5 of its Wonderware Enterprise Integrator software solution, enabling secure integration of Wonderware manufacturing execution software (MES) applications, such as Operations, InBatch, Intelligence and other shop-floor applications, with enterprise resource planning, product lifecycle management, supply chain management, laboratory information management and other enterprise systems, the company announced Dec. 10. (See diagram, below.)

Wonderware Enterprise Integrator 3.5 solution allows a consistent approach in operations-to-enterprise integration, eliminating high maintenance point-to-point integration scenarios. The newest version offers out-of-the-box, site-to-enterprise integration services for Wonderware MES, with complete message history, secured delivery and store forward. Technology support for industry standards such as ISA95 and B2MML, as well as for service-oriented architectures, helps further reduce the total cost of ownership of integration and IT landscapes.

Michael Schwarz, MES and EMI marketing programs manager, Invensys Operations Management, said, "The software is designed to manage additional connectivity and data transformations as reusable add-ons, which enable effective multi-site integration rollouts and support company standards."

Easy-to-use configuration, administration and status views offer fast, maintainable and more cost-effective enterprise integration compared to non-standard or custom, one-off software-based integration solutions, Invensys said. The product also allows customers to achieve business continuity in the case of ERP or business system unavailability and the ability to maintain data consistency by a menu-driven, web-based user interface.

Invensys Operations Management, a division of Invensys, provides automation and information technology, systems, software solutions, services and consulting to the global manufacturing and infrastructure industries. Headquartered in Plano, Texas, its solutions are used by more than 40,000 clients around the world in more than 200,000 plants and facilities. Invensys Operations Management's offerings are delivered under several prominent industry brands, including Action Instruments, ArchestrA, Avantis, Barber-Colman, Chessell, Continental, Eurotherm, Foxboro, IMServ, InFusion, SimSci-Esscor, Triconex and Wonderware. The company's approximately 9,000 employees and its global partner ecosystem integrate these products and services to help clients collaborate across systems and enterprises in real time, extracting critical data to make faster, better decisions and synchronize their operations from the plant floor to the executive offices, aligning production goals with business objectives, the company said. Visit iom.invensys.com. Invensys plc is headquartered in London and is listed on the London Stock Exchange (ISYS.L), with approximately 20,000 employees working in 50 countries.

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Invensys releases Wonderware Enterprise Integrator 3.5.

Invensys releases Wonderware Enterprise Integrator 3.5.

- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, online products editor, Manufacturing Business Technology , MBT www.mbtmag.com





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