NemaSystems signs up to The Automation Alliance

June 5, 2013
The Automation Alliance is a global member community dedicated to the Industrial Automation industry which represents more than 400 engineers throughout Europe and Africa.

Automation technology system experts, NemaSystems Automation GmbH, announces that they have joined the Swiss-based Automation Alliance.  The Rockwell Automation Solution Partner joins other member companies from, Europe and Africa who are already reaping the benefits provided by The Automation Alliance.
 
At the heart of The Automation Alliance is the SkillMatcher - the largest knowledge database of automation engineers. Members list their engineers on the database and then these resources can be utlised by other members of the Alliance as and when they are available.  To find a resource for a particular project, a member simply logins in and then uses a simple four step criteria to find the engineer they are looking for.
 
“As a member of The Automation Alliance we are able to access an additional pool of engineering resources to assist with our engineering and commissioning work for Rockwell Automation Systems around the world. With a growing shortage of engineers currently in Germany, the SkillMatcher makes it possible for us to find qualified and talented resources quickly and efficiently,” explains Siegfried Gronbach, CEO of NemaSystems Automation GmbH.
 
The Automation Alliance CEO, Stephan Kunz added, “There is a clear problem for the future of engineering given the declining rates of qualified engineers in Europe.  The Alliance acts as an independent community enabling engineering firms to work together to maximize their resources and therefore become more efficient and subsequently more profitable”.
 
The Automation Alliance LLC was founded in January 2012 by four companies to host, promote and support the automation community. Various services, such as enhanced skill & talent management, project management, engineering services across borders and business support are offered to members of the Alliance.
 
There are over 400 employees currently represented within The Automation Alliance community.  In addition to having access to the SkillMatcher database, members also receive a number of other services provided by the expert team at The Automation Alliance including: project management, language training and consulting in human resource management, marketing and sales.

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