Beijing, China, April 05, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- ENFOS, Inc. (“ENFOS”) has announced that a Reseller and Cloud Provider Agreement has been signed with Beijing Capital Steel Automation Information Technology Co., Ltd. (“SGAI”), the professional information technology and automation solutions subsidiary wholly-owned by Capital Steel Group (“Capital Steel”).
Under this Agreement, SGAI will become a reseller and cloud services provider of the ENFOS Platform in China. Together, SGAI and ENFOS will develop and maintain a hosting environment to support customers’ access to the ENFOS Service in China. ENFOS will develop customized features to satisfy Chinese ENFOS customers’ unique requirements. SGAI and ENFOS will also focus on long-term opportunities for the ENFOS Platform in China and make a combined effort for the implementation of the ENFOS Service by Capital Steel to manage Capital Steel’s Beijing Plant’s remediation and redevelopment projects.
“This is a great agreement for SGAI and we are pleased to bring the innovative environmental business management platform of ENFOS to our company. SGAI and ENFOS will serve the entire Chinese market with a risk-based organization of remediation projects,” said Mr. Guan Shaobo, General Manager of SGAI. “It is of particular importance for SGAI to make every effort developing external and non-steel business. By vigorously promoting the development of new industries, we can create new profit models for SGAI and achieve our strategic goals. We will be actively involved in Capital Steel’s Beijing Plant’s remediation and redevelopment projects by providing a state-of-the-art information management solution to manage the projects at the lowest cost, shortest timeframe and highest level of risk management. We believe the all-around cooperation between SGAI and ENFOS will be a significant influence on developing remediation efforts in China.”
Craig Modesitt, CEO of ENFOS, Inc. said that “SGAI has deep domain expertise, broad knowledge and significant experience in the IT industry in China. We are glad to have the opportunity to cooperate with SGAI and make positive contributions to the rapid development of China’s remediation market.”
“We are overjoyed to see this partnership between SGAI and ENFOS. We at Sinoaccess see a tremendous push by both the Chinese government and private sector to build a healthy environmental industry. This partnership will actively help to drive that goal in an organized and intelligent way. The ENFOS environmental business management solution will certainly bring a clear perspective on how to manage environmental business efficiently and reduce the overall cost,” added Eric Fang, CEO of Sinoaccess Corporation.
Beijing Capital Steel Automation Information Technology Co., Ltd. (“SGAI”) is a member of the Capital Steel Group, a leader in China’s steel industry. SGAI has over 30 years of experience with its principle business of direct selling and services related to automatic information technology products and solutions. It currently has over 3,000 employees and its business strength is in technology research and development, with many successful overseas collaboration projects.
ENFOS, Inc. delivers an entirely unique, cloud-based, Enterprise Environmental Business Management platform. ENFOS helps companies minimize risk and lower the costs to comply with environmental liability, public disclosure standards, corporate governance mandates and environmental regulations. The company’s solution integrates easily with customers’ ERP systems and legacy applications, providing seamless real-time knowledge. Customers include: BP, 7-Eleven, Kinder Morgan, ConocoPhillips, Sunoco, Celanese and PG&E. ENFOS Homepage: www.enfos.com
Sinoaccess Corporation, established in 1992 in Texas, USA, is a holding company focused on China-related business venture development and addresses a number of business sectors via its subsidiaries and affiliates. Sinoaccess’ understanding and experience with the Chinese government and their policies as well as that of American companies’ is thorough, sophisticated, and complemented by the good will we have generated in China over the past 20 years. For more information on Sinoaccess, please visit www.sinoaccess.com.