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Advanced Control Systems Redesigns Website

Changes reflect return to ACS name, improved product information and optimization for mobile devices.

Advanced Control Systems (ACS) has launched a redesigned and expanded website created to meet the needs of busy utility engineers and executives seeking automation solutions. The new website provides easier user interaction and navigation, faster answers to questions and more detail on the company's comprehensive suite of smart grid solutions. The website transformation is but one example of initiatives underway at ACS to provide even higher levels of service and increase the awareness of the company's products and services.

"The redesign reflects our desire to better serve the evolving needs of utilities," said Frank Sublett, ACS VP of sales and marketing. "Utility engineers and executives are busy people, and they can now quickly find the ACS product information they need. We offer one of the most complete, proven suites of utility automation solutions from the control center to the pole-top, and this new website provides easier access to our detailed product information and other resources than ever before."

The URL for the ACS website, www.acspower.com, was updated immediately following the company's acquisition earlier this year by Falfurrias Capital Partners and the North American T&D Group (NATDG). It reflects ACS' new identity and a return to the company's original name and its roots as an automation pioneer. The enhanced website is another example of new energy and leadership reshaping the company.  

The website provides a responsive design and is better optimized to support viewing from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Visitors to the site can now easily find details on ACS' solutions, including:

  • SCADA
  • Advanced Distribution Management
  • Outage Management
  • Energy Management
  • Substation Automation
  • Feeder Automation
  • Mobile Solutions
  • Turnkey Services
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