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Plantville Surpasses Expectations by Bringing In Thousands of Online Unique Visitors and Players
By ControlGlobal.com Staff
Siemens Industry, Inc. announces that Plantville, its new online gaming platform that simulates the experience of being a plant manager, has reached more than 57,000 visitors and boasts nearly 12,000 players in more than 130 countries since its launch on March 24.
Plantville is an innovative, educational and fun way for Siemens to engage customers, employees, prospects, students and the general public while driving awareness of Siemens technologies and brand.
The game has successfully engaged 500+ universities and schools, 57,300 unique visitors on Plantville.com, 11,800 players and 8,600 companies over 139 countries.
Daryl Dulaney, President and CEO, Siemens Industry, says he is extremely pleased with the way that Plantville is demonstrating how Siemens expertise can make industry and infrastructure more competitive by increasing sustainability, energy efficiency and productivity in a fun and educational way. "The feedback we are receiving from employees, customers and potential employees is overwhelmingly positive," said Dulaney.
For more information or to play Plantville, visit: www.plantville.com
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