MatrikonOPC Voted Best OPC Connectivity Supplier


Edmonton, AB, Feb 19, 2013 - MatrikonOPC™ voted the best OPC Connectivity supplier for the fourth year in a row in Control Global magazine’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards. These much-anticipated Readers’ Choice Awards offer an unbiased view of which vendors are perceived as the leaders in their respective control automation related categories.

Control Global, a leading control automation magazine, published its 21st annual Readers’ Choice Awards in January 2013. As always, the results were tallied from the responses of hundreds of randomly selected readers whose un-aided survey responses identified the top vendors in various control automation categories. The magazine’s awards are unique because they do not provide respondents with pre-selected lists of nominees for each category – ensuring only vendors each respondent is familiar with are nominated.

"Our continued first place ranking is an honor and a testament to the value of putting our customers and partners first," said Jeff Gould, general manager of MatrikonOPC. "Our ongoing commitment to provide customers with secure, reliable data connectivity products, practical training and expert live support enables us to deliver the best value and user experience for their money."

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About MatrikonOPC
MatrikonOPC provides equipment data connectivity software based on the OPC standard. The MatrikonOPC promise is to empower customers with reliable data access to all major automation vendors’ systems, provide practical OPC training and deliver superior client care. MatrikonOPC builds close relationships with its customers to best address their business and technical needs. With offices in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, MatrikonOPC provides local presence on a global scale. MatrikonOPC is a vendor neutral connectivity supplier. Visit MatrikonOPC at

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Erin Leithoff
Marketing Communications Coordinator, MatrikonOPC