ENDRESS-HAUSER RECEIVES FROST AND SULLIVAN COMPANY OF THE YEAR AWARD
After a detailed study of the market and competition, the U.S. consulting firm Frost and Sullivan concluded that Endress-Hauser outperformed its customers than other suppliers in the field of liquids analysis.
The Company of the Year Award for Water Analysis Instrumentation is based on an independent study. Analysts took into account each company's visionary innovation, performance and impact on customers.
"A robust product portfolio, combined with strong innovation expertise and a highly focused customer focus, have been instrumental in Endress-Hauser's well-positioned positioning against its competitors in the global water analysis instrumentation market," said Frost and Sullivan industrial analyst Krishnan Ramanath. With 9.25 points on a maximum score of 10, Endress-Hauser stands out from the competition, which scored 8.5 and 7.5 points.
Breakthrough product innovations
"Endress-Hauser offers a complete range of products to cover all the analytical parameters required to monitor water quality," said Krishnan Ramanath. Today, Liquiline family transmitters, sample takers and analyzers, in addition to Memosens sensors, form the basis of a universal liquid analysis platform suitable for many sectors and applications, ranging from simple pH measurement points to wet-track analyzers for demanding measurement operations.
"This award confirms that we have revolutionized liquid analysis with our products," said Dr. Manfred Jagiella, Managing Director of Endress-Hauser Conducta, the German-based liquids analysis specialist. As a member of the group's Board of Directors, he is responsible for the analytics sector. "A well thought-out general concept and perfect interaction between all components ensure reliable measurements, simple operation and a low total cost of ownership."
Strategic targeting in the analytics sector
The company's success in liquids analysis owes nothing to chance. Endress-Hauser sees the entire field of analysis as a development target. "Our customers want to measure more than just process conditions. They also want to determine the properties and quality of a product in real time, in the process"; This is how Matthias Altendorf, CEO of the Endress-Hauser Group, explains the strategy.
Endress-Hauser has relied on acquisitions to strengthen the process analysis industry with advanced technologies such as Raman spectroscopy and laser absorption spectroscopy. The group also opened the door to laboratory analysis with the acquisition of Analytik Jena AG.