Enterprise Automation Promotes Jasmine Jauregui to Engineering Manager and Kyle Pickrell Earns California Professional Engineer License

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Positioning for growth, Enterprise Automation promotes Engineering Supervisor Jasmine Jauregui to Engineering Manager and announces Kyle Pickrell has become a licensed professional engineer in the state of California. Irvine, CA – May 18, 2022 – Enterprise Automation, A Tetra Tech Company, North America’s leading provider of automation and digital transformation consulting services and program management today […]

Always Learning: Spring 2022 Newsletter

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Training and Certification Updates At EA, we’re proud of our employees’ continued focus on learning and development, and love highlighting some of those who have achieved new trainings and certifications to help better serve our clients. Here are the certifications that they have recently completed along with a quick glimpse into what they learned. Jasmine […]

Enterprise Automation Expands its Digital Ecosystem through Reekoh Partnership

Enterprise Automation, a Tetra Tech Company, delivers reliable, high-quality monitoring and control systems solutions.  Reekoh brings an agile integration platform as a service (IPaaS) approach to this digital transformation partnership that seamlessly bridges data gaps between operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) systems. Irvine, CA – November 30, 2021 –Enterprise Automation (EA), A Tetra Tech […]

Always Learning: Fall 2021 Newsletter

Training and Certification Updates At EA we’re always proud of the continued focus on continual learning and development, and love highlighting some of those who have achieved new trainings and certifications to help better serve our clients. Here are the certifications that they have recently completed along with a quick glimpse into what they learned. […]

Family Company Picnic 2021

Enterprise Automation held our Luau themed Company Picnic at the end of August at Kiwanisland located in Garden Grove. The event included a luau style buffet, palm tree bounce house, many contests (balloon toss, relay race, water bottle fishing, hula-hoop, limbo) with prizes, miniature golf, and much more.  Usually an annual event, this was our […]

EA University 2021

The 2021 session of Enterprise Automation University, EAU for short, was completed just a few weeks ago. The program is part of the on-boarding process for new engineers at EA, and is structured around helping the new hires build up their project processes and technical skills. The team this year was comprised of three new […]

Talking Industrial Automation on CSIA’s Podcast

Enterprise Automation’s Luke Stephenson and Josh Riley joined host Lisa Richter on the CSIA’s monthly podcast “Talking Industrial Automation.” The duo discussed the roots and evolution of Enterprise Automation and shared their insights on everything from their philosophies on best business practices, advice about how to select a systems integrator, and reflections on what they […]

The Functional Specification: Critical before, during, and after a Project

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A functional specification, or functional spec, is a vital document to any project. It ensures that all parties, the integrator, the system designer and the end customer, are all in agreement on how the system is supposed to work. While it may seem that a functional spec is only useful at the beginning of a […]

What’s Included in a Functional Spec?

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A functional specification, or operational spec, is a document that outlines all aspects of a project’s programming requirements. It is essentially the guide that directs the programmers on how the system is supposed to function, providing value before, during and after the project.  To truly be effective, the functional spec needs to be extremely specific; […]