Industrial intelligence platform provider, GrayMatter, recently announced its merger with Ohio-based system integrator, Phantom Technical Services, Inc., increasing its list of premier industrial technology solution providers.
This is the 3rd system integrator GrayMatter has added to its list of industrial technology brands since 2020, which also includes Virginia-based E-Merge Systems,Inc., and Michigan-based, HTSE, Inc. This is part of the company’s long-term strategy to meet the growing requirements of industrial organizations in the areas of skill gaps, safeguard plants, enhance production using in-depth analytics and manage remote assets from constant cybersecurity threats.
GrayMatter’s team size swells to 200 spread across Canada, India, United States and other countries with this merger.
GrayMatter CEO, James Gillespie said, "Expanding GrayMatter's presence in the industrial automation space is a big priority." He further added, "Phantom's exceptional reputation gives an unfair advantage to our automation and control solutions that our customers are demanding."
Phantom Technical Services Inc., has built a reputation by providing solutions for the diverse sectors such as automotive, metals, consumer packaged goods (CPG), food & beverage and other discrete manufacturing industries. The company’s provides solutions for UL 508A panel construction, control system design, controls automation, batching, and process, SCADA & MES, and data analytics.
"GrayMatter's expertise and comprehensive suite of offerings fits in very well with the growing cyber and analytics demands our customers are facing," said Phantom President William Yates.
GrayMatter modernizes and optimizes business processes to help large corporations across the globe to effectively utilize their data thereby improving productivity. The company collaborates with industrial firms in a variety of industries and provides full range of operational technology solutions for a solid technology foundation. The company’s solutions starts with asset connectivity as the first step towards creating the industrial internet, and links new and old machines which is entirely developed from scratch.