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Matrox Imaging earns award in machine vision inspection

Frost & Sullivan gives them the customer value enhancement award

Matrox Imaging announces that the company has received the 2012 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Enhancement in Machine Vision Inspection.

"As machine vision continues to grow across new applications and end-user markets, Matrox Imaging has consistently redefined itself through its customer-centric growth strategies, evolving with changing market and technology requirements," says Vijay Mathew, industry analyst at Frost & Sullivan. "The company's superior technical know-how, combined with a unique value-driven approach, has enabled Matrox Imaging to remain consistently at the forefront of the technology curve.”

“We’re doing remarkable things at Matrox Imaging and have been since the company was founded in 1976,” says Sam Lopez, senior sales manager at Matrox Imaging. “The competencies and values that our employees possess—technical expertise, an innovative commercial approach, and a deep-seated commitment to our customers—will continue to be the key to our success.”

About the Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Enhancement Award

Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents the Customer Value Enhancement Award to the company that has demonstrated excellence in implementing strategies that proactively create value for its customers with a focus on improving the return on the investment that customers make in its services or products. This award recognizes the company's inordinate focus on enhancing the value that its customers receive, beyond simply good customer service, leading to improved customer retention and, ultimately, customer base expansion.

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