CJ International to be renamed AlterSys Europe

Montreal, Quebec, Canada - AlterSys announced that CJ International is renamed AlterSys Europe.

11/05/2001


Montreal, Quebec, Canada - AlterSys announced that CJ International is renamed AlterSys Europe. Its being renamed is a natural step in its integration to AlterSys Group that started last year.

'The name change has been made to integrate all AlterSys operations around the world under a global identity and make it easier for customers to do business with AlterSys', said Julien Chouinard, president and ceo of AlterSys Group. 'The new name reflects better the company's mission: to be a Development, Support, and Sales Center of AlterSys products on the European and Asian territories.' ISaGRAF continues to be marketed under its present name and will be even used as AlterSys'flagship brand name internationally. AlterSys product offering actually encompasses three product families:

  • ISaGRAF family that is a set of development tools to embed IEC61131-3 technology into any platform.

  • ISaGRAF Enhanced family, which is a ready-to-use software suite that includes

  • HMI, alarms, trends, events, and enhanced I/O communications options in addition to ISaGRAF control

  • HiBeam Family, AlterSys' totally portable web-enabling technology.

Products are developed, supported, marketed and sold in the world by global teams mainly based in Canada, USA, and France.

Based in Montreal, Canada, AlterSys has been at the forefront of PC-based control since introducing the first PC-based distributed control system in 1984. The Company is committed to providing the market with reliable, cost-effective software tools for developing high-performance, connective PC-based automation systems. Today, the ISaGRAF automation and process control solutions are used worldwide for applications ranging from nuclear and conventional power to metal smelting, industrial baking, high-speed train, and food processing.





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