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Delta Controls earns 2009 Best Practices award from Frost & Sullivan

March 12, 2009
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Delta Controls has received the Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award for Product Innovation & Differentiation.  Delta won this award “for its integrated building automation solution encompassing HVAC, lighting, and access control. Delta has been at the forefront of delivering universal BACnet platforms to its customers with a unified infrastructure that improves building efficiency, maximizes cost savings, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, the award recognizes Delta’s sound business strategies which include superior product development in controls and user interface, dedicated customer service and partnership programs, continued global expansion, and active involvement in major issues pertaining to intelligent and green buildings.”

Delta Controls will be accepting this award at the Frost & Sullivan Best Practices 2009 Excellence in Industrial Technologies Awards Banquet scheduled for Wednesday, April 8, 2009, at The Westin La Cantera Resort in San Antonio, TX.

Frost & Sullivan is a research and consulting firm that covers 10 industries and 31 markets, and maintains 31 offices with more than 1,700 industry consultants, market research analysts, technology analysts, and economists globally.

This industry accolade is unique in that it is awarded by a company dedicated to the analysis and forecasting of high-tech markets since its inception in 1961. Frost & Sullivan analysts conduct a rigorous selection methodology.

To view the entire white paper regarding the 2009 Best Practices Award description for Delta Controls, please click on the PDF link below.

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