1993 – The Sigmafine product is launched in the UK and US by KBC Advanced Technologies.
1995 – Synapsis SRL is co-founded by R. Spoladore and R. Chalione to develop the PIMS practice as part of the Informatica Group in Italy.
1996 – Synapsis SRL becomes the first reseller of the PI System in Italy and bases its PIMS practice on this core technology.
1999 – Sigmafine is acquired by OSIsoft and is developed as a layered application for the PI System. Synapsis expands its PIMS practice to include Sigmafine.
2002 – Pimsoft SRL is founded. Pimsoft continues to develop its PIMS and Sigmafine practices and becomes the leading integrator of the technology in the OSIsoft partner ecosystem.
2005 – Pimsoft’s expertise in Refinery data reconciliation receives worldwide recognition at the OSIsoft annual user’s conference. This project features Sigmafine version 4 based on PI-AF as a model repository.
2010 – Pimsoft acquires Sigmafine from OSIsoft and opens an office in Houston, Texas, to support the growing Sigmafine business in the Americas region. Pimsoft achieves its first release of Sigmafine – version 220.127.116.113. Pimsoft also releases its first Sigmafine enhancement by introducing direct SQL Access service for Sigmafine to streamline report building and direct access to case data.
2011 – Monitoring and managing material movements is an important dimension of running a Sigmafine system. Pimsoft launches a new product, IMM (Intelligent Movement Management), to integrate these operational activities seamlessly with Sigmafine.
Under the ownership of Pimsoft, Sigmafine has evolved from a server-based layered application to an enterprise-class system for managing data quality in both the process and manufacturing industries.
Focusing on integration and usability of information, the expansion of Sigmafine applications ensures connectivity of manufacturing data to users, systems and business processes.
2012 – ADA, an Advanced Diagnostic tool for Sigmafine, is introduced to simplify and accelerate the data reconciliation process.
2013 – Integration Framework (IF) for Sigmafine is introduced in order to broker data exchanges between Sigmafine and source or destination systems across the enterprise.
2015 – Pimsoft and Sigmafine celebrate 20+ years in business and helping the industry drive more value by ensuring the accuracy, credibility and usability of process data. Pimsoft is now a team of 60+ professionals.