Software Toolbox Snags “Readers’ Choice” Award

February 18, 2010 at 11:35 am Leave a comment

Software Toolbox® has been selected for a “2010 Control Readers’ Choice” award from Control magazine. Readers honored Software Toolbox in the “OPC Connectivity Software” section, a new category for this year’s awards.

            “Being selected by Control readers validates the successful strategy of Software Toolbox to deliver software products and technical support that meet the specific needs of engineers in the field,” said John Weber, president of Software Toolbox. “OPC technology was created to provide open interoperability, compatibility and connectivity between multiple systems and applications.  The use of OPC standards ensures successful real-time data connectivity and continues to be top-of-mind for engineers in the plant today.”

            Software Toolbox has 14 years of expertise with OPC and is a charter member of the OPC Foundation. The company has been an active participant in OPC interoperability testing for 10 years, and involved in supporting the OPC UA standards, compliance and marketing teams. The OPC DataLogger from Software Toolbox was the first OPC DA client application in the world to pass the OPC Foundation’s rigorous independent lab compliance certification tests. The company offers OPC servers, OPC application tools, OPC development tools and OPC consulting.  

            The “Readers’ Choice” award from Control magazine ranks the opinions of process control professionals assessing the industry’s best technology offerings. More than 1,000 readers were asked to select technologies that have best met their needs in manufacturing and industrial process industries.


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