2017, a very positive year for Progea!

The year 2017 closed with a great success. It has been an intense and exciting year of great preparation and work on innovation projects, facing at the same time the onslaught of challenges in a fast-evolving world of technology. It was indeed a year of intense work to further develop and improve the Movicon.NExT platform with the 3.3 version release. Great work is also ongoing to prepare Movicon 11 for its 11.6 version. In addition, numerous research and innovation projects were also started. Unquestionably, the Industry 4.0 national plan has worked in Progea’s favor. This plan has led many manufacturing companies to make new investments, which have seen involved the implementation of the Movicon.NExT platform technology in very important projects.

All this, according to the 2017 sales result, has earned the company an increase in turnover of over 30% compared to last year. A result aligned with our ambitious expectations and we would like to thank all those who have placed their trust on us and have chosen Progea as a partner for automation software technology. In our everyday life we often have to make decisions with uncertain consequences but – if these are the premises – 2018 can only be a year that will confirm the foresight in the investments we have made over the years, always with great attention and effort in any decision taken. We will do our best to improve and grow even more, being aware that customers’ satisfaction and confidence is the key factor to grow all together.

Also this year, Progea has decided to share its positive results with the team, being convinced that a happy and engaged workforce brings a positive return on investment for the organisations and the individuals and makes a positive impact on the company as a whole. Furthermore, according to the company ethics program, Progea devolved funds to humanitarian associations. We’re proud to support Doctors Without Borders, an organization that provides medical aid to areas impacted by conflict, natural disaster & epidemics.

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