Invensys Process Systems launched

Herndon, Va.— Invensys Software Systems, a division of Invensys plc (London, U.K.), recently started a $1.6-billion systems integration business, Invensys Process Systems. It combines the resources of the firm's APV Systems and Invensys Process Automation division, which includes Foxboro, Triconex, Simulation Sciences, Esscor, and Walsh Automation, to form one of the world's largest auto...

05/01/2001


Herndon, Va.— Invensys Software Systems, a division of Invensys plc (London, U.K.), recently started a $1.6-billion systems integration business, Invensys Process Systems. It combines the resources of the firm's APV Systems and Invensys Process Automation division, which includes Foxboro, Triconex, Simulation Sciences, Esscor, and Walsh Automation, to form one of the world's largest automation and process engineering companies. "Invensys Process Systems will provide information technology, automation, and process solutions to a wide range of manufacturing applications for the chemical, oil and gas, pulp and paper, power, pharmaceutical, food, dairy and beverage industries," says Bruce Henderson, Invensys Software Systems' chief executive. "The new unit will deliver guaranteed measurable performance improvement to customers and will generate the highest returns on their technology investments. Additionally, it will offer integrated e-business/automation solutions that include products and services from Baan, Wonderware, and many other Invensys companies."





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