|By Business Wire||
|May 22, 2014 12:50 PM EDT||
North America-based WIN-911 Software, the world’s largest provider of alarm notification software in the “Internet of Things” marketplace, has taken a substantial equity stake in Micromedia International, the largest provider of alarm notification software in Europe. Micromedia International has also taken an equity stake in WIN-911.
The move provides WIN-911 access to support and other resources to service customers in Europe and allows Micromedia to tap into those same resources in the North American market via WIN-911. Local firms as well as multinationals will benefit from the partnership between these leaders in industrial process automation.
“Most of our large corporate customers, we service more than 170 of the Fortune 500, have facilities in multiple countries and want to be supported locally. This development enhances WIN-911’s ability to do this,” said Robert Brooker, CEO of WIN-911 Software.
“Many of our clients are international companies that we accompany around the world. Our partnership with Win-911 will give our customers a great opportunity to have a better service and a closer assistance, anywhere they are established. Furthermore, by joining their competence and experiences, Micromedia and Win-911 teams will be more efficient to develop and propose the best alarm notification solutions of the future,” commented Michel Llonch, President of Micromedia International.
The two companies will continue to enhance and market their respective products; however over time WIN-911 Software and Micromedia will coordinate product development activities.
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 170 Fortune 500 and 110 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, how, and when, and then how notifications escalate. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA, with a network of authorized distributors and system integrators in 50 states and throughout the world. Visit the website at: www.WIN911.com.
About Micromedia International
Micromedia International is one of the major actors in the industrial remote monitoring market in the world. With close to 10,000 sites worldwide equipped with its products, Micromedia offers complete and flexible solutions for alarm centralization and remote monitoring of automated applications. Looking towards the future, Micromedia continuously works to propose the most powerful solutions, including all the new mobile technologies for worker safety and advanced duty management. Learn more at: http://www.micromedia-int.com/en/
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