You can be confident when choosing ExperTune. Our company has won dozens of awards, many of them award by users like you. ExperTune continues to win awards for excellence and innovation. Listed below, you will see some of our more recent awards.
Control Engineering Engineer's Choice Award
For two straight years. ExperTune's PlantTriage has won an "Engineer's Choice Award" from Control Engineering magazine.
For the Control Engineering award, subscribers voted to identify the products they felt were the most exceptional based on technological advancement, service to the industry, and market impact.
The 2011 award recognizes the Root Cause problem-solving capability of PlantTriage. In the announcement, Control Engineering says "Because most process plants are very complex, these tools can provide an insight into plant performance that was previously impossible."
When awarding the 2012 award, Control Engineering content manager Mark T. Hoske said "Innovative solutions such as ExperTune make manufacturing and other control engineering applications more efficient through smart applications of new technologies. Investments in the best products and software can help solve the most pressing challenges in automation, control, and instrumentation."
Automation World First Team Category Leader
Jim Chrzan, Publisher of Automation World, says "The First Team Honorees offer outstanding examples of innovation and service. Chosen by their customers, we applaud these leaders and thank them for the inspiration and example they provide to the industrial automation community. Congratulations to them, and thank you to all the end-users who lent their voice to this inaugural program."
ExperTune Receives Control Magazine's Readers' Choice Award for 16 Straight Years!
ExperTune was once again selected to receive a Control Magazine Reader's Choice Award in the January 2012 issue of Control Magazine. This marks the 16th straight year of recognition. ExperTune is particularly proud of this recognition because the awards are based on the write-in votes of end-users.