Wonderware to Appear on Alexander Haig's World Business Review on May 1

  • April 29, 2005
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View the Airing ScheduleApril 29, 2005 (Boca Raton, FL) — Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces that Wonderware is scheduled to appear on World Business Review, hosted by General Alexander Haig.In manufacturing plants everywhere, optimizing production in the most cost-effective manner possible is the ultimate goal. In this segment of World Business Review, we'll explore how Wonderware can help meet this goal by integrating and delivering real-time production and performance information from all of the pockets of existing manufacturing/plant and business system data.Wonderware president, Michael S. Bradley, Sr. stated, "Our mission is 'powering intelligent plant decisions, in real time.' With our technology, our customers can become more efficient, more responsive and adaptive, and deliver more consistent quality goods at lower costs. We provide a comprehensive software suite that has been architected to layer onto existing systems with highly productive tools that simplify, speed up and lower the risk of implementations. At the same time, we simultaneously enable management of intellectual property in software in a fashion that lowers the total cost of ownership."Jay Crosby, coordinating producer, added, "Wonderware brings to the table a wealth of information in this area. Their understanding of the issues and their expertise in production and performance management made them a natural to speak on this subject."About WonderwareWonderware is a business unit of Invensys Systems, Inc. Founded in 1987, Wonderware pioneered the use of the Microsoft Windows operating system in HMI automation software for manufacturing operation systems. Wonderware software powers intelligent plant decisions in real time.Their low-cost, PC-based applications help manufacturers capture data directly from their equipment and operators on the process floor. This real-time data capture and interaction provides rapid responses to changing conditions and greatly enhances the performance of the operation.Based in Lake Forest, Calif., Wonderware has regional sales and development offices throughout the North American, European, Latin American and Asia-Pacific regions to provide support to its network of more than 160 distributor offices. Wonderware has approximately 325,000 software licenses in over 100,000 plants worldwide, which is about 30 percent of the world's 335,000 plants with 20 or more employees.For more about Wonderware visit www.wonderware.com.About World Business ReviewWorld Business Review (WBR) airs on CNBC (as paid programming) and the Bravo! Network (as paid programming). WBR may also be viewed on United Airlines' in-flight TV and through video-on-demand via wbrtv.com. The WBR series is also available at more than 90 prestigious colleges and universities around the country including Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Notre Dame, Dartmouth College and Georgetown University.For specific domestic and international, market-by-market air dates and times please click here to view the air schedule or for more information, please e-mail or visit www.wbrtv.com.

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