Jamie Jordan, marketing executive with Greenville,SC-based Tegron-Southeast, has been recognized by the CONTROL AND INFORMATION SYSTEM INTEGRATORS ASSOCIATION (CSIA) as winner of its 2005 Remember Me Memorial Award.The award memorializes Charles Bergman, considered the driving force behind the establishment more than a decade ago of CSIA, today the largest organization in North America for control and information system integrators.Jordan, senior regional business development manager of Tegron-Southeast, accepted the award at the 12th Annual CSIA Executive Conference, held in Memphis, TN. He was a founding member and president of Applied Industrial Automation prior to joining Tegron as a result of a 2003 acquisition by Texas-based Tegron, LP.In words prior to presentation of the prestigious award, Bob Zeigenfuse, a founder member and former chairman of CSIA, singled out Jordan, calling him a true unsung hero for his unheralded efforts in developing and expanding the associations BEST PRACTICES & BENCHMARKS, a process that today provides performance standards in seven critical business areas against which CSIA members are audited and measured for qualification for its widely respected REGISTERED MEMBER program. It is ironic, but not surprising to anyone who has worked with Jamie, Zeigenfuse remarked, that the task he carried out quietly, quickly, and almost anonymously, has helped to shine a very bright light on CSIA and make it a widely known and respected organization. We can not thank him enough for his efforts, Zeigenfuse concluded.Tegron is an award-winning professional services firm with locations across the United States from Ohio to Arizona, and from Minnesota to South Carolina. The 125-person company designs, develops, and commissions control and information systems for a variety of industries, including material handling, food, tire and rubber, automotive, water and waste water, forest products, oil and gas, semiconductor, and electric power. Tegron is a REGISTERED MEMBER of CSIA, one of less than 75 integrators in the U.S. to have achieved that honor.CONTROL AND INFORMATION SYSTEM INTEGRATORS ASSOCIATION is in its second decade of "helping better system integrators its members, become better business managers." CSIA's trademark REGISTERED MEMBER program provides an industry-specific means for end users to identify areas of importance and minimize the uncertainties in selecting a system integrator, while also offering a framework for integrators to evaluate and continuously improve their own businesses.For more information, Visit: www.controlsys.org.
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