Business Industrial Network (BIN) acquires Koldwater Software Company, a specialists in training software for electrical controls
Online PR News – 05-November-2015 – St Louis, Missouri – (IndustrialPR.net) St. Louis, MO--St. Louis based Business Industrial Network (BIN95.com) announced today that it has acquired Koldwater Software Co. (Koldwater.com). Koldwater has been a long-time provider of training software for the electrical controls industry, achieving high rates of customer satisfaction. The addition of Koldwater to its automation training software lineup expands BINs already impressive industrial training portfolio and will help to monumentally grow the reach of BIN as a PLC training provider. Originating in 1995, BIN has had over twenty years of providing its customers with maintenance and engineering training solutions. With the acquisition of Koldwater Software, BIN95 adds 8 additional industrial controls training software titles and the ability to improve and expand on those existing training software packages.
Don Fitchett, President of BIN95, comments, "With the acquisition of Koldwater Software we are able to expand on our training offerings in a significant way. Koldwater provides a high quality program with years of successful outcomes that we can now utilize to improve and increase our PLC training offerings, an area we have specialized in for two decades now."
Electrical controls are only growing more complex as technology shifts. Those who have been in the business must augment their existing knowledge with additional training and therefore the acquisition of Koldwater could not be timelier for BIN.
BIN95 is known for their one hundred plus industrial training products and services they offer and brings to the table, not just training software certificate courses, but also video training courses downloads, online and on-site training. All areas of industrial maintenance and engineering training are covered. From mechanical training to electrical training, maintenance management training, industrial controls training and other industrial process and manufacturing areas of technical skill training need.
"We knew when we started that we wanted to be the premier provider of industrial training in our business," says Fitchett. "This acquisition positions BIN to be the brand in engineering and maintenance training solutions."
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