Wonderware completes SAP interoperability certification

02/09/2006


Wonderware , a business unit of Invensys Systems Inc., today announced that its Enterprise Integration Application 2.0 has completed certification as part of the SAP's 'Interoperability Certification' program, which recognizes applications that integrate industry standards such as ISA-95. For more than a year, Wonderware has worked closely with SAP and a set of early adopter end-users to implement ISA-95-based software.

Wonderware's Enterprise Integration Application is said to enable manufacturers to improve operational performance by integrating diverse sets of manufacturing systems and business applications to achieve greater levels of business productivity.

 

Wonderware's certified enterprise integration application leverages SAP's NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure (XI) and open plant system integration capabilities from Wonderware to create a standard B2MML XML implementation of the ISA-95 standard. As a result, Wonderware is now qualified by SAP as 'Certified for SAP NetWeaver,' which is the first step in receiving the 'Powered by SAP NetWeaver' partner status.

 

Wonderware's Enterprise Integration Application is part of Wonderware's production and performance management software solution offerings, which includes applications such as manufacturing execution system, reporting, analysis, and key performance indicator functionality.

—David Greenfield, editorial director, Control Engineering
dgreenfield@reedbusiness.com





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