How can a System Integrator become substantially more valuable to large, global customers?Â By successfully and seamlessly bringing multiple companies together to deliver a single solution to multiple plant sites on a global scale, that’s how.Â And the Invensys Collaborative Services Delivery approach is designed to help accomplish that challenging goal.
Scott Kiser, Director and Marc Vermette, Program Manager of the Invensys Partner Ecosystems Group, give a preview of an exciting session scheduled for the annual CSIA Conference in Scottsdale, AZ April 25-28.
Global customers are demanding standardization as a means to improve business and get better results.Â When they are planning a large, multi-plant, global rollout, they need consistent System Integration support – from all their SIs globally.Â They need the right people with the right industry, process and product expertise; strong project and program management; customer intimacy; and trust.Â Everybody – from all of the involved partners – needs to be “speaking the same language.”
That requires standard methodologies and best practices.Â What better methodologies and best practices could be found than CSIA methodologies and best practices?Â That’s why Invensys used them as the basis for its new offering.
That common, familiar theme provides context for integrating the plant floor with both MES and the business systems.Â It gets all the companies involved working as one.Â It positions the System Integrator as the key player in any ambitious roll-out.
Listen to this interview and then schedule yourself for the Invensys breakout session.Â It’s on Friday, April 27, at 8:00 in Salt River 6/7/8.