NMW 2003: Invensys demonstrates Avantis EAM on Microsoft .NET

Chicago, IL - Invensys plc announced it is extending its strategic alignment with Microsoft by embracing the Microsoft .NET rich client strategy for its enterprise asset management (EAM) solution.

03/07/2003


Chicago, IL - Invensys plc announced it is extending its strategic alignment with Microsoft by embracing the Microsoft .NET rich client strategy for its enterprise asset management (EAM) solution. Through the use of ASP.NET, a Microsoft tool, Invensys Avantis delivers the power and functional depth of traditional client-server desktop solutions with the low cost of deployment associated with web applications. Leveraging Microsoft's .NET technology lets Invensys assist customers access critical business data more quickly and easily.

''Our Microsoft .NET approach is a natural progression for Avantis. It supports our Asset Intelligence strategy of enabling Avantis to deliver critical operational and decision support information across the enterprise. For our customers, this will enable more timely and accurate decision making,'' said Michael Madrazo, vice president and general manager of Invensys Avantis. ''It is critical to select technologies and open standards that enable us to meet the business requirements of our diverse customers. Microsoft .NET is that technology.''

Invensys showed the flexibility of Avantis and one example of its integration with Microsoft technology by demonstrating the EAM solution on a Tablet PC during the March 3-6 National Manufacturing Week at Chicago's McCormick Place.

For more information, visit www.avantis.net

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Dave Harrold, Senior Editor
dharrold@reedbusiness.com





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