The Cowboy Channel- wrote a great article about Xtreme Automation.
In the agricultural sector, oftentimes farmers and factories incur high turnovers and resistance to learning new technology, and Xtreme Automation is introducing an exciting new alternative with QB technology. Through innovative QB technology, Xtreme Automation is able to make learning-to-use control systems a much simpler process, and they are the only company in the world currently allowed to use this dynamic QB technology.
Xtreme Automation is a family-owned and operated business based in Central Illinois offering a one-stop resource for manual control systems and complete automation systems for farmers and factories in the agricultural sector. Clients can have the system they need to be tailored, whether that’s a manual control system with on and off switches or a fully automated system enabled with a touchscreen and custom program. Their team offers assistance from the creation of a design for a system to the actual implementation of the system and training on the system so that clients can ensure they get the very most from their investments. An automation tech can even go on-site to offer assistance.
“We stand behind our products, our control systems, and our customers,” said the team at Xtreme Automation. “We look at our customers as partners for life and therefore we like to make sure they feel like a part of the family.”The team at Xtreme Automation is considered experts in areas such as farm grain storage, large grain coops, fertilizer plants, and chemical mixing; they also offer panel shop services. With solutions designed to meet a variety of budgets and needs, Edelman Automation can provide solutions for everything from low-end control panels with push buttons or selector switches to high-end automation with cloud-based custom reports, smartphone access to the control systems, and industry-leading tech support that is available around the clock.
Xtreme Automation techs cover all 50 states, Canada, and South America.
“Our automation systems often pay for themselves within 3-5 years based on labor savings, lower electricity usage, lower insurance, and improved production,” said a spokesperson for Xtreme Automation.QB technology is an excellent choice for farmers and factories with high turnovers or temporary employees, providing a system that can be quickly learned and put into use. By simplifying the process, the average employee can actually operate the system with little or even no training.