Automation: Revenues of system integrators

Among more than 1,000 automation system integrators providing information about themselves for the 2007 Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide, 5% had revenue over $50 million, while 9% had $25 million or more revenue

06/07/2007


Oak Brook, IL —Among more than 1,000 automation system integrators providing information about themselves for the 2007 Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide, 5% had revenue over $50 million, while 9% had $25 million or more revenue.

Nearly 20% of system integrators in the 2007 Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide say their revenue is $10 million or more per year.

Here are the annual revenues:

& $1 million 278 or 19%

$1-5 million 528 or 36%

$5-10 million 221 or 15%

$10-25 million 140 or 10%

$25-50 milllion 60 or 4%

> $50 million 79 or 5%

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Leading industries served by automation system integrators and

Top 10 engineering specialities .

Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide online provides a multiparameter search, allowing the user to specify up to 7 criteria, including engineering specialties. Name (or partial name) search also is provided. The 2007 print edition was published in December 2006.

Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief

Control Engineering System Integration eNewsletter

Vance VanDoren, Control Engineering consulting editor, contributed to this story.





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