Omron Announces RAMP Inc. as Certified System Integrator Partner

MC Omron Announcs RAMP as Partner 1 400

March 31, 2022

 

Omron Automation Americas announces RAMP Inc. as a new partner in its Certified System Integrator program. RAMP is a technology development company that designs and builds custom automation and robotic systems.

“RAMP helps customers leverage IIOT to transform their factory and integrate robotics safely and effectively,” said Peter Brouwer, vice president of sales for Omron Automation Americas. “Their product and process knowledge of tooling and automation, combined with extensive experience in machinery and systems design, provides a complete turn-key solution that satisfies customers’ quality and performance requirements.”

“We are proud to join the Omron SI partner program,” RAMP Director Mike Balzan said. “At RAMP, we pride ourselves in ensuring successful implementation of next-generation technologies with the goal of delivering highly efficient and flexible solutions. Together with Omron, we’ll continue to help our customers meet their challenges with innovative and reliable automation solutions.”

The Omron Certified System Integrator program matches best-in-class solution providers with the technology, training and resources required to deliver innovative and competitive solutions. With the rapid growth in automation technologies, manufacturers and business partners strive to deliver open and secure Industry 4.0 solutions that support flexible manufacturing and deliver a competitive advantage. The combined strength of this relationship solves customer challenges today while enabling more efficient, fully integrated systems that will successfully weather future demands.

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