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Recently, SCHAD’s mobile SCADA and maintenance solution product, EXTEND7000 Mobile SCADA, has achieved Registered partner status with Invensys.

A market leader in SCADA, CMMS, and EAM solutions, Invensys recognizes the benefits EXTEND7000 Mobile SCADA brings to their end users. EXTEND7000 It filters alarms from SCADA and PLC systems and notifies maintenance engineers of unplanned failures of automation equipment. By integrating this with CMMS, maintenance teams are able to respond to alarms and process work orders in a single workflow on a mobile device. The integration of unplanned and planned maintenance on a single mobile device helps organizations optimize resources and make more informed decisions based on accurate and real-time information.

EXTEND 7000 Mobile SCADA uniquely bridges the gap between reactive and planned maintenance engineering activities, enabling the client to broaden extensibility of maintenance engineering operations.

“EXTEND 7000 Mobile SCADA ‘s ability to monitor and manage assets remotely, using a variety of mobile devices, is anticipated to be an appealing feature for our end users,” said Dan Fitzpatrick, Business Development Manager for Invensys.

Forging a partnership with a market leader such as Invensys illustrates how impactful SCHAD’s technology really is.  We’re absolutely delighted to be working with Invensys, and look forward to many years of mutual success,” says James Hannay, Managing Director at SCHAD Ltd.

About SCHAD Automation

SCHAD was founded in 2007, with the aim of developing a global standard for the mobile operation, control and maintenance of assets using an ordinary mobile device. The company has won a number of industry awards including a 2010 Vodafone Application Award for best machine to machine solution; and a BlackBerry Innovation Award in 2009 and 2010 for transforming enterprise business performance.  SCHAD was also a RIM Finalist in the 2008 Wireless Leadership Awards.

About Invensys Operations Management

Invensys Operations Management, a division of Invensys, is a leading provider of automation and information technology, systems, software solutions, services and consulting to the global manufacturing and infrastructure industries. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, its solutions are used by more than 40,000 clients around the world in more than 200,000 plants and facilities.

Invensys Operations Management’s offerings are delivered under several prominent industry brands, including Avantis, Eurotherm, Foxboro, IMServ, InFusion, SimSci-Esscor, Skelta, Triconex and Wonderware. The company’s approximately 9,000 employees and its global partner ecosystem integrate these products and services to help clients collaborate across systems and enterprises in real time, extracting critical data to make faster, better decisions and synchronize their operations from the plant floor to the executive offices, aligning production goals with business objectives. To learn more about Invensys Operations Management, visit iom.invensys.com or the Innovate@IOM Social Community.

Invensys, ArchestrA and Wonderware are trademarks of Invensys plc, its subsidiaries or affiliates. All other brands and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

For more information about Schad visit www.schad-automation.com.
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