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As of December 6th, 2021, PREMIER System Integrators became known as EOSYS. Our new brand is 30 years in the making, built on the foundation of our past success and designed to better reflect our growth, expanded services, and commitment to customers.
The EOSYS name also signifies the key differentiator between us and our competitors: We are Employee Owned. Employee ownership is the bedrock component of how we do business. Because we are an employee-owned company, our team members are personally invested in the success of each customer, recognizing its impact on the long-term success of EOSYS.
For 30 years, we have been able to drive difficult and challenging projects to successful completion, creating strong and loyal customer relationships. Our methodology, dedication, and attention to detail generate lasting results. Our customer’s success is our success.
Employee-ownership doesn’t just lead to customer satisfaction. It also is a key factor in our ability to hire and retain the best professionals in our field. We foster an environment where highly talented professionals enjoy a challenging and rewarding career.
Challenging work, a stake in the success of the company, and a clear path for advancement come with the job at EOSYS. Being 100% employee-owned, we all benefit from the rewards of our shared effort and are fully invested in each other’s success.
PREMIER System Integrators was launched in 1991. We experienced tremendous success, growth and change in our first 30 years, and we now move forward as EOSYS, committed to creating unmatched value for our customers and employees.
Control Engineering announces that EOSYS was selected as the 2023 System Integrator of the Year in the Large SI category.
EOSYS is recognized as one of only four U.S. based system integrators to be named as a Rockwell Automation Platinum System Integrator Partner.
Tony Valasek discusses the unique business model of EOSYS as an employee-owned organization and more in episode 67 of the CSIA Talking Industrial Automation podcast.