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Datasweep Recognized as Market Leader in MES

Published: Monday, September 27, 2004 - 22:00

Frost & Sullivan named Datasweep Inc. as the global market leader in manufacturing execution systems (MES) in its recently released report, “World Manufacturing Execution Systems 2004.”

The report evaluates companies based on real-time information management, shop floor management, quality management and manufacturing ability to assess vendor strength. Frost & Sullivan also performed extensive research on the candidates’ manufacturing market value, technology, customer results and innovation before publishing the report. Datasweep has been successful in developing and introducing new technology and innovating product performance.

“Datasweep shows a lot of potential in the manufacturing software segment in the years to come,” says Sathyajit Rao, Frost & Sullivan industrial automation and process control industry manager.

“From its inception as a company, Datasweep has been committed to delivering innovative solutions for manufacturing, a market that was underserved by legacy MES vendors,” says Vladimir Preysman, Datasweep president and CEO. “We are delighted that industry research has proven the significant value of our solutions.”

For more information, visit www.datasweep.com


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