Integro gains certification in system integrator program

  • Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2013 1:14 a.m.
    UPDATED: Sunday, May 26, 2013 1:44 a.m.

SALISBURY — Integro Technologies Corp is pleased to be accepted into the AIA Certified System Integrator program.

The AIA certification is a validation of the engineering team’s experience and knowledge in the application of machine vision and ID technologies.

Machine vision integrator programs implemented by vendors become diluted by unqualified or less experience integration firms.

AIA is an independent third party assessor that provides validity to the certification and will assist customers in making decisions about machine vision system integration partners.

The AIA Certified System Integrator Program allows companies to demonstrate the depth of their expertise and highlight industry experience.

Criteria include:

• Years of experience

• Skill level of employees with a minimum number of CVP-Advanced team members

• Number of projects completed each year

• Verified experience in specific industries

Integro Technologies provides sensor or PC-based solutions for a wide range of industries and customers in North America and internationally. Founded in 2001, it has grown to 25 employees.

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