16 August 2018 Published in News

PRISM SYSTEMS ADDS TO SIEMENS CERTIFICATIONS

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Prism Systems is committed to staying at the forefront of control systems software.  This pursuit is integral to our HR strategy and representing the best interest of our clients.  Prism Systems is a Siemens Certified Solutions partner and recently added to our Siemens Certifications:

 

Advanced Factory Automation

Drives & Motion 

Industrial Identification and Locating

Industrial Strength Networks

SIMATIC Automation System

SIMATIC Human Machine Interface (HMI)

SIMATIC PCS 7 Process Control System

 

Prism Systems demonstrates our commitment to continuing education and industry certification by encouraging employees to pursue formalized technical training. Certification requires engineers to update and prove their expertise every two years utilizing Siemens' latest products and best practices. By completing a formalized training course, our engineers provide assurance of globally consistent, specialized skills and capabilities with Siemens software. We passionately put training into action, day-to-day, aiming for a high level of efficiency and process quality.  With a number of certified engineers and a variety of certifications, we have the flexibility to scale from small projects to larger efforts requiring strong development teams. This specific product and systems expertise, combined with Prism Systems industry experience and proven project management skills, provide our customers ideal solutions implemented with minimal risk.

 

Congratulations to the following team members for passing their Siemens certification exams:

Amy Hataway

Chris Grimmell

David McClurg

David Rubey

Drew Yates 

Eddie Herrington

Jeremy Baker 

Jeremy Garner

Keith Jones 

Keith Welch

Matthew Bailey

Michael Robertson 

Parth Patel

Paul Golden

Riche Fortenberry

Romendra Chudal 

Ron Knight

Ryan Simm

Scott Corley

Shaan Wadhwani

Shawna Smith

Steve Zuercher

Tino Hakata 

Trae Rushing


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