Magnum Energy Solutions Expands Strategic Business Relationship with Automated Logic

HUDSON, OH, March 8, 2016 - Magnum Energy Solutions, a pioneer in the development and deployment of innovative energy management solutions, announced today that Automated Logic Corporation has made an equity investment in the business. Automated Logic provides innovative building automation and control systems through a nationwide dealer network.

This business relationship increases opportunities for further development and integration of the building automation and energy management products currently offered by both companies. “Being selected to develop wireless technology that will connect seamlessly to the Automated Logic building automation system is significant validation of the technology Magnum Energy Solutions has developed,” said Mike Giorgi, CEO of Magnum Energy Solutions. “The relationship with Automated Logic will help put Magnum Energy’s wireless technology into more commercial buildings globally.”

This is a win for both Magnum Energy and Automated Logic. “Collaborating with Magnum Energy is a natural fit for us. We both create products that are secure, scalable, flexible, easy to install, and even easier to use. This investment allows us to combine our cutting-edge technologies to deliver a consistent, seamless building automation experience for commercial building customers around the globe,” said Mead Rusert, President of Automated Logic Corporation.

To learn more, visit
http://www.magnumes.com
http://www.automatedlogic.com

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