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May 11, 2020

The HARTING Technology is driving its activities in the area of digitalization forward. The aim is to accompany and support customers comprehensively in their digitisation and automation processes. Consequently, HARTING IT Software Development has repositioned itself with a long-term view and is now trading under the peraMIC name.

“The market environment of the MICA edge computer, RFID and IIoT is developing at an incredibly fast pace. Rapid, agile and entrepreneurial action is imperative,“ as Philip Harting, CEO of the HARTING Technology Group emphasized. In this context, the three companies peraMIC, PerFact and Perinet will be advancing solutions in the field of digitalisation and will be cooperating closely with the HARTING Technology Group.

The partnership forged with PerFact (Herford) that was announced in November 2019 at the SPS trade fair in Nuremberg is being further expanded in the software area.

PerFact develops individual, customization modules for service and maintenance, logistics and process management as IT solutions for industrial clients. Perinet (Berlin) concentrates on the seamless connection of sensors and actuators with IT systems (ERP, for example), in order to improve the transparency and analytical performance throughout the value creation chain. “Thanks to our new positioning we will be addressing the customer-relevant topics in a focused and flexible manner,“ as Philip Harting went on to underline the new positioning.

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