Wonderware claims business benefits after win
23 April 2008
Wonderware has won the Frost & Sullivan ‘Product of the Year’, in the HMI category. It is the fifth consecutive year the company has been honoured and this year Frost and Sullivan recognised Wonderware's ‘ability to assist manufacturers in achieving operational excellence’.
Wonderware InTouch 10.0 and System Platform 3.0 software were said to maximise equipment utilisation and operational effectiveness.
The business research and consulting firm said that customers using InTouch 10.0 HMI and System Platform 3.0 software identified several outstanding features including ease-of-use offered by ArchestrA graphics, scalability via object-based creation, interoperability with other hardware and robust customer support. These factors were cited as key to reducing engineering time and lowering overall lifecycle costs.
According to Frost and Sullivan, Wonderware InTouch 10.0 HMI and System Platform 3.0 software solutions are likely to emerge as a benchmark for innovative approaches to real-time operational challenges faced by customers in the discrete, hybrid and process industries.
Sivakali Prasad Dasari, industry analyst with Frost and Sullivan, said that Wonderware understood the challenges faced by companies in the automation and information industry.
‘Wonderware has consistently stayed ahead of competition by quickly identifying new trends and developing innovative approaches that go beyond customer expectations’, Dasari said.
‘Being recognised again by Frost and Sullivan continues to reinforce the Wonderware strategy of developing software that’s easy to use and provides outstanding business benefits by solving some of our customer’s toughest operations management challenges,’ Mark Davidson, vice president of global marketing at Wonderware, said.
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