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Emerson acquires ProSys

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Emerson has announced that it has successfully completed the acquisition of ProSys Inc.

ProSys is a supplier of software and services that increase production and safety for the chemical, oil and gas, pulp and paper, and refining industries.

Mike Train, Executive President, Emerson Automation Solutions, said: “Adding ProSys’ differentiated technologies and expertise allows us to help our customers improve plant performance, safety and profitability by optimising their human and automation resources.

“With ProSys, we can provide innovative control and operator performance capabilities to make control room operators far more effective.”

ProSys’ portfolio includes solutions that help operators to manage alarms critical to plant production and safety, and efficiently handle changing plant stages. In addition, the company provides high performance and intuitive graphics for improved operator communications.

The President and CEO of ProSys, Dustin Beebe, said: “Our specialisation in software and services that increase operator performance builds on Emerson’s market leadership in automation control systems.

“By working together as one, we can provide even more operational and financial value to customers.”

Beebe is set to join Emerson Automation Solutions as Vice President, Control and Operator Performance.

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