After extensive market and competitor research, US consulting firm Frost & Sullivan concluded that Endress+Hauser supports its customers better than any other provider in the area of liquid analysis.
The global Company of the Year Award for water analysis instrumentation is based on an independent study. Analysts took into account each company’s visionary innovation and performance as well as customer impact.
“A robust product portfolio, coupled with strong acumen for innovation and focused customer centricity, has been instrumental in strongly positioning Endress+Hauser amidst competition in the global water analysis instrumentation market,” said Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Krishnan Ramanath. With 9.25 points out of a possible 10, Endress+Hauser clearly sets itself apart from the competition, which scored 8.5 and 7.5 points.
Revolutionary product innovations
“Endress+Hauser offers a comprehensive product range to cover all the analytical parameters needed to monitor water quality,” underlined Krishnan Ramanath. Today, transmitters, samplers and analyzers from the Liquiline family, in addition to Memosens sensors, form the foundation of a universal liquid analysis platform that is suitable for many industries and applications, from simple pH measurement points to wet-chemical analyzers for demanding measurement tasks.
“This award confirms that we have revolutionized liquid analysis with our products,” said Dr. Manfred Jagiella, Managing Director of liquid analysis specialist Endress+Hauser Conducta based in Germany. As a member of the Group’s Executive Board, he is responsible for the analytical business. “A well thought-out overall concept and perfect interaction between all components ensures reliable measurements, simple operation and low total costs of ownership.”
Strategic focus on the analytical business
The company’s success in liquid analysis is no coincidence. Endress+Hauser views the entire field of analytics as a focus of development. “Our customers want to measure more than just process conditions. They also want to determine material characteristics and product quality in real-time while the process is running,” explained Matthias Altendorf, CEO of the Endress+Hauser Group, the strategy.
Endress+Hauser (endress.com) relied on acquisitions to bolster the process analytical business with state-of-the-art technologies such as Raman and laser absorption spectroscopy. The Group has also opened the door to laboratory analytical business through the takeover of Analytik Jena AG.