Partnership

Emerson Alliance Program and Disclaimer


The Emerson Alliance Program was established as a collaborative effort between Process Systems & Solutions, Asset Optimization, and Power & Water Solutions and third-party suppliers. 

The intent of the Emerson Alliance Program is to fill gaps in the overall Emerson product and system offerings to enable a full solution to their end-users when third-party products are needed.

The objective of the Emerson Alliance Program is to first and foremost reduce project and solution risk for Emerson and their end-user, by providing tested, reliable/robust solutions when using Emerson products/systems and third-party products. The secondary objective is to help Emerson manage price/cost.

When a customer buys an Alliance product, they can rest assured, not only has the product been through rigorous interoperability testing, but it also comes with a global support escalation process with contacts within the partner organization. Emerson and our Alliance Program partners stand behind the combined DeltaV solutions by driving investigations into any Alliance interoperability issue for all Foundation and Guardian support customers.

The Pepperl+Fuchs products that are included in the Emerson Alliance Program have met Emerson’s stringent requirements and have been fully tested by Emerson when operating with DeltaV, DeltaV SIS, or AMS.


Disclaimer (non-Alliance Program)

Products that are listed/suggested that are included in the Emerson Alliance Program are a subset of suitable/compatible products for use with DeltaV, DeltaV SIS, AMS, Ovation, or the application; those products included in the Emerson Alliance Program have been tested by Emerson, generally in Austin, TX, USA.

Products that are listed/suggested that are NOT in the Emerson Alliance Program are viewed by Pepperl+Fuchs to be suitable/compatible products for use with DeltaV, DeltaV SIS, AMS, Ovation, or the application; those products may already be being purchased in large quantities by Emerson project teams or are pending testing for the Emerson Alliance Program.