Invensys Operations Management Wins Control Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards for Safety/Emergency Shutdown Systems

Users from several industries recognize company’s technology leadership

JANUARY 24, 2013 / HOUSTON, TEXAS - Invensys Operations Management, a global provider of technology systems, software solutions and consulting services to the manufacturing and infrastructure operations industries, today announced that readers of Control magazine have selected Invensys Operations Management as “Overall Best in Control” for Safety/Emergency Shutdown in its recently completed Readers’ Choice survey for 2013.
Invensys safety and emergency shutdown solutions were the top preference among users in the chemicals, electrical power generation, oil and gas extraction and petroleum refining industries. In addition, the survey noted that Invensys SCADA solutions were the preferred choice among users in the oil and gas extraction, petroleum refining and pulp and paper industries. Readers from across a variety of industries also gave Invensys high rankings in the HMI Software and SCADA Software categories.
“For more than two decades, the Readers' Choice Awards have served as a benchmark of quality control and automation products and solutions,” said Gary Freburger, president of Invensys Operations Management’s Systems business. “Being recognized by the knowledgeable readers of an important industry magazine demonstrates that Invensys continues to provide the offerings and services our loyal customers need and expect to optimize their business and operations in real time.”
The annual survey is taken among automation users in a variety of process industries and is based on unaided recall questions. Responses are from memory or direct experience with the solution providers with whom respondents regularly work. For more information or to access the complete results of the surveys, please visit

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