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HMS Voted First Choice in Remote Access 4 Years in a Row Thanks to Control Design Readers!

HMS Voted First Choice in Remote Access 4 Years in a Row Thanks to Control Design Readers!

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HMS wins first place in the 2018 Control Design Readers’ Choice Awards for the fourth year in a row with its leading Remote Access brand, eWON.
Control Design is one of the leading automation magazines in the United States and worldwide. Each year, the magazine organizes a gigantic reader poll to identify solutions that meet the needs to today´s machine builders. HMS was voted #1 in the Remote Machine Access Category through its Remote Solutions brand, eWON.
”We were absolutely thrilled and deeply moved to be chosen as the #1 choice in Remote Access 4 years in a row. As part of the HMS Industrial Networks company, our eWON team would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who voted for us in this year’s Control Design Readers’ Choice Awards. The eWON Cosy and Flexy, our products for Remote Access, is a real reference for the market. As we are being recognized more and more for our IIoT solutions & products, it indicates that we are on the right track. Today, eWON products are used in 156 countries and the users connect to their machines more than 14 million times. They transfer millions of MB of data and save millions and millions of travelling kilometers from their technicians. So, yes we are trusted by our customers all over the world and we address them a huge thank you for having confirmed our leadership once again by naming us #1 Readers´ Choice,” says Francis Vander Ghinst, eWON General Manager.

Awarding process

The winners of the 2018 Readers’Choice Awards were selected by Control Design readers. More than 15,000 individuals who’d identified themselves as having buying influence or authority were invited to access the confidential ballot. The voting was unaided, meaning no list of suppliers is included for assistance or guidance. The ballot is created by participant as Control Design simply asks for the first, second and third preference in each category.

Click here to read the June 2018 edition of Control Design

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