Monday, September 29, 2014

" 'Best in Class' solution for automated reporting," recognised!

Ocean Data Systems (ODS) has announced that Trihedral has partnered with ODS to provide seamless integration of Dream Report with VTScada.

Trihedral delivers VTScada, a SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) solution focused on instant productivity. Trihedral is assisting ODS in the development of specialized Real-time, Alarm and Historic Data interfaces. These interfaces will become a standard part of the Dream Report product. The development of VTScada-specific interfaces within Dream Report, as opposed to leveraging generic interfaces such as OPC or ODBC, will extend that ease of use philosophy to include Dream Report configuration and operation. As Proven Partners, Trihedral and ODS have tested their combined products and will collaborate to support their joint customers.  

"We have 28 years of history in the development of our VTScada solution, and take partnerships with third parties very seriously," explained Glenn Wadden, president of Trihedral. "We took a hard look at Dream Report to make sure that it met our standards of ease of use and quality, and have decided that a partnership with Ocean Data Systems would be in the best interest of our customers, especially those in the Water and Wastewater markets that we serve. That's why we commissioned specialized interfaces making the integration of VTScada and Dream Report as simple as possible for our customers. We're particularly pleased with the way Dream Report supports VTScada's unique tag hierarchy allowing users to easily find the tags they're needing."

"Trihedral clearly recognises Dream Report as the 'Best in Class' solution for automated reporting," said Roy Kok, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Ocean Data Systems. "Dream Report will enable VTScada users to easily add both compliance and performance reports to their systems easier than any other solution for this market. As a purpose built solution for industry, Dream Report enables users to spend their time focusing on information and continuous improvement, and not the complexities of IT technologies and system integration."

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