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Software development for Glaston

Etteplan offers its software solutions for Glaston. Existing systems have been developed and supported in the conception of future solutions.

“It has been a pleasure to be supporting their software development in tremendous development projects related to new Microsoft technologies. Glaston is a pioneer in the digitalisation of its industry and their products bring significant benefits to end customers,” says Key Account Lead Toni Kokkonen, Etteplan.

“Cooperation with Etteplan in user interface development projects has been smooth and efficient. The quality of the software development has been excellent and it has been a pleasure to work with the best professionals in the field”, says Glaston’s Software Engineering Manager Sakari Palokangas.

Glaston is the glass processing industry’s innovative technology leader supplying equipment, services and solutions to the architectural, automotive, solar and appliance industries. The company also supports the development of emerging technologies integrating intelligence to glass. As of April 2019, Bystronic glass is part of Glaston Group. Glaston operates globally with manufacturing, services and sales offices in 11 countries. In 2019, Glaston’s net sales totaled EUR 181.0 million.

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Toni Kokkonen
Toni Kokkonen
Key Account Lead