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TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER all-stars in 45 categories were selected by the readers of Chemical Processing in the 2008 Readers’ Choice Awards survey. In its fifth year, the survey results show which providers are big hits with our readers. Like baseball fans, our readers told us who their favorite technology players are by voting for them online. Based on their comments, the readers are big fans of the survey. “Your categories are very thorough,” says one reader. e survey is “good and useful,” comments another. We hope this year’s list of all-stars helps your team in the working world feel like a winner in selecting technology providers. Vendors pay close attention in scouting the survey results like box scores to know if their batting averages with the end users are among the league leaders. ose that make the cut to be included on the list do feel like all-stars because it means they gained a solid following of fans who consider them to be technology leaders. e others with lower batting averages might be motivated to keep a keener eye on the ball to enhance their products so that they can gain mention next season. HEAVY HITTERS As in past surveys, Emerson Process Management has maintained it’s dominance, and is the MVP of the league for placing first in nine categories and placing in seven others. Other league leaders who garnered multiple men- tions include ABB, Alfa Laval, Aspen Technology, Dow, Endress+Hauser, Fluke, Honeywell and Siemens. If you weren’t a player in this year’s survey, we hope you’ll consider getting on the field next season. GET YOUR SCORE CARDS READY Here’s how the technology provider all-stars were deter- mined. Readers received e-mail notices and electronic newsletters or used a link posted on our Web site (www. ChemicalProcessing.com) to access the questionnaire. e survey was open for responses for just over one month. A total of 316 readers cast their votes about which vendors they prefer in 45 different categories. Categories were listed, but respondents had to make their own selections by typing the name of the technology provider in each blank text box. By not providing a pre-selected list of companies in each category, we avoided bias in the survey. is also meant that respondents were free to use as broad a definition of a category as they wanted. e rankings show the percentage of total responses in each category that a particular company received. A mini- mum of at least 5% of the votes in a category is required to be listed. Scores within 3% of each other should be consid- ered a statistical tie. READER SCORES, TOO Gerald Sugerman of VOCFree Inc., Hackensack, N.J., scored an 80-GB iPod Classic, which was offered as an incentive for our respondents to participate in the Read- ers’ Choice survey. His name was randomly selected by computer from all of the respondents. All-star technology providers lineup covers all the bases

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  • Technology provider all-stars in 45 categories were selected by the readers of Chemical Processing in the 2008 Readers Choice Awards survey. In its fifth year, the survey results show which providers are big hits with our readers.

    Like baseball fans, our readers told us who their favorite technology players are by voting for them online. Based on their comments, the readers are big fans of the survey. Your categories are very thorough, says one reader. The survey is good and useful, comments another. We hope this years list of all-stars helps your team in the working world feel like a winner in selecting technology providers.

    Vendors pay close attention in scouting the survey results like box scores to know if their batting averages with the end users are among the league leaders. Those that make the cut to be included on the list do feel like all-stars because it means they gained a solid following of fans who consider them to be technology leaders. The others with lower batting averages might be motivated to keep a keener eye on the ball to enhance their products so that they can gain mention next season.

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    As in past surveys, Emerson Process Management has maintained its dominance, and is the MVP of the league for placing first in nine categories and placing in seven others. Other league leaders who garnered multiple men-tions include ABB, Alfa Laval, Aspen Technology, Dow, Endress+Hauser, Fluke, Honeywell and Siemens.

    If you werent a player in this years survey, we hope youll consider getting on the field next season.

    geT your score cards ready

    Heres how the technology provider all-stars were deter-mined. Readers received e-mail notices and electronic newsletters or used a link posted on our Web site (www.ChemicalProcessing.com) to access the questionnaire. The survey was open for responses for just over one month. A total of 316 readers cast their votes about which vendors they prefer in 45 different categories. Categories were listed, but respondents had to make their own selections by typing the name of the technology provider in each blank text box. By not providing a pre-selected list of companies in each category, we avoided bias in the survey. This also meant that respondents were free to use as broad a definition of a category as they wanted.

    The rankings show the percentage of total responses in each category that a particular company received. A mini-mum of at least 5% of the votes in a category is required to be listed. Scores within 3% of each other should be consid-ered a statistical tie.

    reader scores, Too

    Gerald Sugerman of VOCFree Inc., Hackensack, N.J., scored an 80-GB iPod Classic, which was offered as an incentive for our respondents to participate in the Read-ers Choice survey. His name was randomly selected by computer from all of the respondents.

    All-star technology providers lineup covers all the bases

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    Emerson Process Management 13%

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    Pall 15%Siemens (U.S. Filter) 12%Millipore 4%Parker 4%

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    Reprinted with permission from Chemical Processing, July 2008. On the Web at www.chemicalprocessing.com. PUTMAN. All Rights Reserved. FosteReprints: 866-879-9144, www.marketingreprints.com.

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