New Berlin, WI: VMRA Inc, a leading automation systems integration firm specializing in robotics, vision, control systems, and software development, has officially joined the Siemens Solutions Partner Program. With extensive experience implementing automation technology across the spectrum of Siemens industrial solutions, the partnership will be focused on both the Factory Automation and Product Lifecycle Management divisions.
This marks an important milestone in the drive of VMRA to bring cutting edge technologies to manufacturers across the industrial landscape. Customers can expect increased accessibility to next level design, engineering, programming, and support of Siemens driven systems. The expertise of each company will also be used for VMRA to develop and deploy new products and industry specific solutions.
“There is a unique fit in culture, mindset, and vision between Siemens and VMRA,” says Paul Szeflinski, President of VMRA. “We are incredibly proud to be forging this partnership that will create the opportunity for manufacturers to take full advantage of what is possible in automation technology and increase their value proposition through industry 4.0.”
To learn more about the Siemens expertise of VMRA, visit our Siemens Solutions page here.
About VMRA: VMRA is a systems integration company developing automation that bring technology to life and enables our clients to improve their manufacturing performance. With four core disciplines of robotics, machine vision, control systems, and industrial safety, VMRA has created an offering crafted to address the unique automation needs of industry today. The result is systems that are being leveraged by companies across the world to become more efficient, more agile, and more productive.
About Siemens: Siemens AG, a global powerhouse focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization. The Digital Factory Division aims to provide its customers with a comprehensive portfolio of hardware and software products which enable the comprehensive integration of data from development, production and suppliers.