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INTEG Spins Off Programming Services Group

INTEG, an innovator in the automation controls industry, transferred its programming services business to KZM LLC, formed by exiting co-founder Dennis Whalen.

GIBSONIA, PA, USA, July 2, 2018 / -- INTEG Process Group, Inc., an innovator in the automation controls industry, announced today that it has transferred its programming services business to KZM LLC, a privately held corporation recently formed by exiting INTEG co-founder Dennis Whalen. INTEG, having recently been acquired by long-time co-owner Bruce Cloutier, is realigning to focus on its product business. This completes an almost 20-year shift away from a company initially founded in programming services. It will now focus on bringing its successful line of JNIOR controllers to a broader audience. Details of the transaction have not been disclosed.

Originally focused on contracts related to the handling of newspapers from press to truck and the use of computer modeling for production in the steel industry, INTEG has developed systems for a number of the most prominent papers across the country. It also has software currently in use at almost every major steel manufacturer worldwide.

According to Bruce Cloutier, INTEG’s CEO and owner, “INTEG has been unable to focus resources and grow its product business while being responsible for such diverse activities. The newspaper business has been Denny’s thing here since day #1. There was virtually no overlap with our product business. He has been busy with upgrades at various New York newspapers and needed access to resources that were otherwise committed. This transaction spins off those activities and gives Denny the flexibility he needs to best address his customers."

Denny Whalen adds “We probably should have done this long before now. It makes sense as it allows each of us to focus on our areas of interest and simplifies a lot of things. As KZM, I hope to continue my long time work in newspaper plant automation and the Rail and Transit industries.”

INTEG is focusing on their JNIOR controller product line. The JNIOR is a general purpose device which has been widely adopted by the Digital Cinema market. It is estimated to be in use in over one third of all theater screens worldwide and in over 50 countries. The company will now be able to invest resources in the marketing necessary to introduce the product to the Internet of Things (IoT) world. INTEG is also continuing its search for new facilities in the Gibsonia area.

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INTEG Process Group is an innovator in the automation controls industry. Located in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, INTEG designs and manufactures hardware automation controllers and develops application-specific software for the digital cinema, industrial manufacturing and data acquisition industries. All INTEG products are designed and manufactured in the United States of America. INTEG is an Innovation Works Portfolio Company.

Bruce Cloutier
INTEG Process Group, Inc.
724-933-9350 x19
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