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JMP logo Frappier 400April 15, 2019

JMP Solutions, industrial technology partner to the Fortune 1000, has announced they achieved the ranking of top 10 largest System Integrator in North America, an annual list published by Content for Engineers (CFE) Media in their System Integrator Giants 2019 special report.

JMP climbed up in the rankings from 19 in 2018, to number 10 this year. Additionally, using a five-year CAGR (compound annual growth rate) calculation, JMP is the second fastest growing System Integrator in North America.

“I could not be more excited about our growth with our customers and industry partners,” said Steve Szamocki, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing for JMP Solutions. “Achieving this top 10 ranking is a testament to our teams’ dedication and hard work in solving problems for customers, and thereby delivering real business value. We cherish long term customer relationships, measured in years and not quarters, and thank them for doing business with us.”

Being named the top 10th largest System Integrator translates to larger business scale, increased application bench strength, and more resources who solve tough production-related problems. This scale also provides business stability for customers as they often choose a System Integrator for large and multi-location Cap-Ex projects. With JMP’s 15 business units located throughout North America, the company offers customers the ability to vertically integrate local offerings to achieve business outcomes and deliver on its promise of outstanding service.

“JMP Solutions climbed into 10th place in the 2019 System Integrator Giants rankings due to its increase in reported revenue from $35 million in 2017 to $61.2 million in 2018,” said Bob Vavra, editor of CFE Media’s annual Global System Integrator Report. “Overall System Integrator revenues continue to increase as more manufacturers are taking advantage of the expertise of integrators such as JMP Solutions.”

The annual list of SI Giants is released at the end of December with CFE Media’s Global System Integrator Report.

You can review the full report HERE

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