A Systems integrator differs from manufacturers, system solutions companies, and engineering firms. True systems integrators face each project with a clean slate, or non-proprietary approach. Designs tend to be more innovative and integrators are not restricted to any particular hardware or software. There is a high level of continuity as a systems integrator sees a project through from development through implementation. Today’s automation systems must be designed with the flexibility and adaptability to meet the changes of tomorrow. The design phase cannot be encumbered with limitations of a product line and implementation MUST maximize the use of critical resources in the most efficient way, hallmarks of a true systems integrator. Overall benefits to using a systems integrator include: Innovative designs with little to no restriction, lower cost and “lean implementation” practices, starting projects with a clean slate/ non-proprietary design, more continuity from start to finish and sole source responsibility. ScottTech, as a systems integrator covers the spectrum from Engineering and Design, Consulting/ Project Management and Packaging Systems to ASRS Equipment, In-House Custom Controls and Software.
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