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AMX receives F&S award

First announced in June, AMX finally received its award recognising the company's product strategy from Frost & Sullivan at a reception in London's Knightsbridge.

Frost & Sullivan has presented its 2011 Europe Product Line Strategy Award in Building Automation Systems to AMX at a banquet held at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower in Knightsbridge, London.

In giving the award (first reported by Installation Europe here) Frost & Sullivan recognised AMX’s product line strategy which has enabled it to maximise on its capabilities to address a wider range of building types and applications and consolidate its brand name in the non-residential buildings space.

“The key factor in AMX’s product line strategy is not only the width and depth of its offerings, but the quality and after-sales service support that accompanies it,” said Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Neetha Jayanth. “This makes AMX’s strategy the benchmark for best practices in product line design for building automation.”

“To receive such commendation from a company with Frost & Sullivan’s stature is an honour and we are thrilled to accept this award,” said Kevin Morrison, Managing Director and Vice President, AMX Europe (pictured). “This recognition is testament to our investment in, and commitment to, the building automation systems market. We have worked hard to ensure that we can provide the most capable and proven solutions for centralised control and management available in the industry today. This award is yet further confirmation of our success.”

Recognising that buildings have their own set of automation needs, AMX has created a solution set for eleven industry-specific markets within the non-residential building space and an additional three for residential. The company believes that the sheer breadth of segmentation offered by AMX underlines its superior experience and capabilities.

With its wide product line, AMX says that it has successfully increased the size of its target customer base. The company’s solutions cater to niche segments, such as private transport and offshore facilities, as well as places of worship. In addition, the company also offers widespread solutions for government, healthcare, businesses, retail buildings, hotels and others.

“AMX’s products effectively address the key needs of building occupants,” said Jayanth. “Its solutions help conserve energy costs and limit overall outlays. Outstanding after sales service and customer training, coupled with product ease-of-use, have earned the company strong customer loyalty.”