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Wonderware 5-time winner of SCP certification
Lake Forest, Calif., Feb. 21, 2008 -- For the fifth consecutive year, Wonderware, a business unit of Invensys, has achieved the Service Capability and Performance (SCP) certification. The Wonderware Technical Support Center team successfully completed the certification process, involving independent, rigorous measures of best practices in the services industry which represents a benchmark for support organizations around the globe.
"The results of the 2007 assessment audit demonstrate that the Wonderware Technical Support Center is achieving an excellent level of performance relative to the stringent requirements defined in the SCP Support Standard," said Gordy Stauffer, SCP auditor for Service Strategies Corp.
Achieving certification under the SCP Support Standard requires comprehensive on-site audits to confirm that companies meet the requirements of approximately 100 different business elements. Certified organizations must demonstrate their continued commitment to high-performance standards through annual recertification audits as Wonderware has done for each of the past five years.
To achieve SCP certification, a company must exceed stringent requirements in customer support services. Companies are judged in several categories including customer feedback, services delivery, training, total quality management, sales and services, research and development, and corporate commitment and strategy.
"The SCP audit and certification process confirms Wonderware's dedication to operational excellence and its commitment to achieving the highest possible levels in customer satisfaction," said Neal Hatton, Wonderware director of technical support. "This outstanding team of Wonderware Technical Support Center professionals is dedicated to providing the company's worldwide customers with the highest quality of customer support."
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