AUSTIN, TX, November, 9, 2015—WIN-911, producer of the world’s most trusted alarm notification software, announces that their SCADA alarm notification software, Enterprise Edition, has been nominated for Control Engineering’s 2016 Engineers’ Choice Award for software alarm management. The nomination will be announced in Control Engineering’s print issue, their website, and their e-Newsletter, where qualified subscribers will have the opportunity to go online and vote.
“We’re honored to be chosen as a nominee this year,” said WIN-911 CEO Greg Jackson. “Control Engineering is a great community of engineering professionals. It’s fantastic to receive recognition from others in the field who are able to appreciate WIN-911’s contribution to the automation industry.”
WIN-911’s Enterprise Edition provides comprehensive, real-time alarm notification by integrating with industry leading SCADA systems. The WIN-911 software immediately notifies specific engineers and personnel of plant alarms via email, telephone, SMS messaging, texts, and smartphone/tablet apps. WIN-911 alarm notification software increases the response time of available personnel and prevents an excessive loss of production time and materials.
The Engineers’ Choice Awards, hosted by Control Engineering, are presented to the best control, instrumentation, and automation products chosen by Control Engineering subscribers. The voting ballot for 2016 closes in late December. Winners will be announced in February 2016 at a celebratory dinner in Chicago expected to be held in March. They will also be published in Control Engineering magazine.
About WIN-911 Software
WIN-911 is the most widely used alarm notification software in the world, protecting 10,000 facilities in 70 countries and six continents, including hundreds of Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies. WIN-911 delivers machine alarms and other key data via any conceivable method (e.g., smartphones, voice, SMS, web browser, announcement systems, etc.) and provides a logic engine to decide who should receive critical alarms and how notifications should escalate. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA, with offices in Grenoble, France, and a network of authorized distributors and system integrators in 50 states and throughout the world. Visit the website at www.WIN911.com.