Matrox signs up Patti as integrator

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Patti Engineering, a provider of control systems integration, has become a Matrox Imaging authorised integrator. The company has been recognised and certified as an industry leader that has developed and installed turnkey vision systems from Matrox Imaging, a leading developer of component-level solutions for machine vision.

'Patti Engineering joins us as an authorised integrator serving Michigan and Texas, which are areas of particular significance because of their robust manufacturing base,' said Roberto Baccega, sales manager at Matrox Imaging.

'We built the authorised integrator programme in 2007 to assure exceptional quality and service for end users working with our products. A growing number of manufacturers require vision systems to meet stringent quality and efficiency standards and integrators play a vital role in delivering these systems. Patti Engineering meets our high standards for technical expertise and is a great addition to our network of integrators.'

Integrators enrolled in the programme have years of experience delivering systems to a wide range of fields including manufacturing, automotive, food, electronics, pharmaceuticals and more. Companies that achieve a spot among this group of professional integrators receive benefits such as preferential pricing on Matrox Imaging hardware and software products, personalised application support, training sessions and more.

'Adding this authorisation to our running list of achievements and partnerships is a natural progression,' said Sam Hoff, president at Patti Engineering. 'We believe in Matrox Imaging’s products and look forward to assisting with growth in the Michigan and Texas markets.'

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