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Metso Announces Acquisition of ExperTune
ExperTune's products are used to analyze and monitor the performance of industrial process and to identify associated maintenance and improvement opportunities, according to Metso. ExperTune's software solutions are designed to be used in any automation system environment to improve plant performance.
"The combination of ExperTune's products and Metso's services portfolio extends our capability to offer solutions targeted to improving process and business performance,’" says Mikko Keto, president of services for Metso. "With ExperTune we can provide more versatile and more cost-effective customer value solutions to our customers so that they can meet their most pressing business challenges, such as reducing raw material consumption, energy usage, product variability and environmental impact."
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