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First OSIsoft Select Partner in the UK

15 October 2017

Servelec Controls, an independent integrator of mission-critical control and safety systems in the UK, has been awarded Select Partner status by operational intelligence specialist, OSIsoft. This is an invitation-only level accreditation reserved for partners who provide a higher degree of value to their customers.

Commenting on the news, Ronald Holden, divisional sirector of Servelec Controls and the commercial partner manager for the relationship with OSIsoft, said: “We have worked closely with OSIsoft for over 15 years to deliver innovative real-time information solutions to our customers and, through our long-term commitment to support these customers, to maintain and enhance their investment. During that time, we have travelled with OSIsoft on its journey of growth and its corresponding development of a mature partner programme, and are delighted to be the first UK Company to achieve recognition into the Select tier.

“I’m looking forward to seeing this relationship develop further as we continue to provide unrivalled value and expertise to our customers seeking real-time infrastructure and sensor-based data collection information solutions.”
Servelec Controls specialises in industrial control, safety and real-time information systems. Its customers span the national infrastructure, including oil and gas, power, nuclear and utilities, and engage us to provide solutions and services from consultancy through design and build to ongoing services throughout the operational phase.

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