Incuity & NORPAC to Host Workshop On Optimizing Manufacturing Productivity, Profitability

BURNABY, British Columbia—(BUSINESS WIRE)—October 2, 2006— NORPAC Controls Ltd. and Incuity Software, Inc. announced today they will conduct a joint workshop for manufacturing executives, on October 17, 2006, to help them learn how to make better business decisions that can optimize their productivity and profitability.

"This free workshop is ideal for both decision makers and decision implementers in any manufacturing company, including people in production, operations, plant management, engineering and IT management," said Steve Babensee, NORPAC Sales Manager for Control Systems and Solutions. "There will be two sessions per workshop, one covering the business problems that the Incuity EMI software can help people solve and one covering the more technical aspects of how to configure applications to do that."

"Anyone in the business of manufacturing knows the roadblocks encountered in attempting to link plant floor systems with enterprise applications," said Gary Wilson, Incuity Vice President of Sales. "The first half of the workshop will cover how users can resolve issues such as leveraging legacy historians; compliance management; downtime/OEE analysis and reports; product analysis and reporting; key performance indicator (KPI) support and dashboards; manufacturing integration with ERP systems; and enhanced supply chain visibility.

"The second half will explain how to access, correlate, analyze, visualize and act on manufacturing and business data from all the systems in a manufacturing enterprise," Wilson added.

The NORPAC-Incuity workshop begins with a continental breakfast, registration and networking at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the NORPAC Controls offices at 7500 Winston Street in Burnaby. The first half of the program, starting at 10:00 a.m., will cover the enterprise issues involved with truly linking plant floor manufacturing operations with enterprise computing applications. Following lunch, the second session, at 1:00 p.m., will provide an overview of web services, data source connectivity, databases, advanced trending, X-Y plotting tools, Excel reports, web portals, dashboards and a unified production model.

"Anyone interested in attending these seminars should go directly to either our web site at www.norpaccontrols.com or to the Incuity Software web site at www.incuity.com to get more details on the workshop and to register online," Babensee said. "Seating is limited for these special events, so people are urged to sign up early so they don't miss out."

About NORPAC Controls

Based in Burnaby, NORPAC Controls was founded in 1972 to serve the instrumentation and process control industries throughout British Columbia. The company is the exclusive Emerson Process Management representative in the province and provides expertise in project management, procurement, implementation, asset optimization, maintenance and repair services. The company is employee-owned and operated and has recently been selected as one of Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies.

For more information about NORPAC Controls, please visit the company's web site at: http://www.norpaccontrols.com.

About Incuity

Incuity Software, based in Mission Viejo, California, is a pioneer in the creation of data management systems for reporting, analysis and business intelligence applications in manufacturing and process companies. More than 45,000 seats of the company's products have been installed since 1998, in 13 languages and in more than 40 countries. In addition to its headquarters operations in California, Incuity has regional offices in Nevada and Massachusetts in the U.S. as well as in Sydney, Australia; Duesseldorf, Germany; and Johannesburg, South Africa. The company also maintains a Professional Services group in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.

For additional information about the company and Incuity products, or for a complete list of value-added resellers around the world, please visit the corporate web site at http://www.incuity.com.

Contact:

Incuity Software, Inc.
Don Allen, 949-564-0390, ext. 222
Email Contact
or
NORPAC Controls Ltd.
Jaime Montani, 604-422-3793
Email Contact




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