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Six Companies Join Rockwell Automation PartnerNetwork
Rockwell Automation has added six companies to its PartnerNetworks framework, a team comprised of engineering specialists and suppliers that work together to solve manufacturing and automation problems.
The six companies joined three programs apart of the PartnerNetworks framework. Two new product suppliers in the Americas region joined Rockwell Automation's Encompass third-party product referencing program, two new partners joined the OEM Partner program, and two new EMEA solution providers have been added to the Solution Partner program, according to Rockwell Automation.
Members of the framework who offer their products and services help advance Rockwell Automation solutions and give manufacturers unlimited access to a global network. The purpose of the collaboration is to help customers improve their supply chain, simplify project implementation, and for customers to receive the best value for their investments.
Partners of the Encompass program work to improve Rockwell Automation application solutions, connectivity solutions for the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture system, and help customers locate products more efficiently to help solve their application problems.
OEM Partner program members contribute to the support of high-quality and innovative machinery that uses Rockwell Automation solutions.
Solution Partners are made up of knowledgeable and established companies that offer expertise in design, implementation, project management and maintenance of industrial control systems.
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