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Advantech launches eAutomationPro in Australia

Advantech UK : 12 September, 2005  (Company News)
Advantech's Industrial Automation Group today announced the launch of a localized version of eAutomationPro for Australia. eAutomationPro, a website for automation professionals, offers comprehensive Advantech product information and the ability to purchase Advantech products directly from the manufacturer.
Advantech's Industrial Automation Group today announced the launch of a localized version of eAutomationPro for Australia. eAutomationPro, a website for automation professionals, offers comprehensive Advantech product information and the ability to purchase Advantech products directly from the manufacturer.

'We have now rolled out a total of eight sites worldwide and have started a series of marketing activities, including monthly eNewsletters, ad-hoc promotional DMs, magazine insertions of a 16-page catalog, print advertisements in professional publications, telemarketing, and much more, to encourage member registration and build up the website awareness', said Joanna Chiang, Marketing Manager of Advantech Industrial Automation Group. 'We plan to launch 2 more sites in the emerging territories like South America, the Middle East and Thailand in Q4. This will be done with our joint venture partners and premier channel partners.'

'Both IAG president Ming Chin Wu and myself have been interviewed by the chief editor Suraji Frank Agarwai of EDN/ECN Asia and editorial director, Edward Lin of Mechatronics Magazine (Taiwan professional automation magazine) about this innovative business model. The articles will be published on Oct. and Nov. issues, respectively which will definitely increase eAPro exposure.' Joanna Chiang further illustrates.

The localized Australian version of the eAutomationPro 16-page DM will be distributed in the September issue of 'What's New in Process Technology' magazine, which is sent to over 9,500 subscribers in Australia and New Zealand.
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