Maverick Technologies receives elite certification

MAVERICK Technologies has recently received FactorySuite A2 certification, a distinction that will cultivate a stronger, more strategic relationship with Wonderware® and its distributors, and strengthen its relationship with existing customers. This new relationship will further differentiate MAVERICK from the competition by allowing it to access market-leading systems integration technology. Wonderware provides industrial automation and information software, and its ArchestrA-based FactorySuite A2 family of products has established itself as a vital component for businesses worldwide. With exceptional ease of installation and use, and flexible systems integration, the popular software can significantly reduce a plant's total cost of ownership, and has become the suite of choice in the industry. MAVERICK's achievement will not only allow it to increase the range of services it can provide to current customers, but will also allow MAVERICK to expand its client base. This prestigious certification distinguishes MAVERICK as one of only 13 providers worldwide that are qualified to present these products.

"Most companies that are looking for integration partners are familiar with the Wonderware® name, as well as the products and services they provide," said Michael Myers, MAVERICK Senior Control Systems Specialist. "They know the value of seeking these products, and a partner that has demonstrated a certain level of knowledge and commitment to them. Clearly, this accomplishment puts MAVERICK in a better position to find the solutions our clients are seeking, and allows us more opportunity to leverage our understanding of corporate technology."

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