Equipment & Systems
Seeq expands process manufacturing platform globally
March 14, 2019 – Seeq Corporation is adding more than 50 system integration partners for process manufacturing customers in North America, the Middle East, Europe, South America, and Asia – along with new offices in Malaysia and Europe.
March 14, 2019 By P&PC Staff
Seeq is an advanced analytics solution for engineers and scientists in process manufacturing organizations to investigate, collaborate and publish insights on manufacturing data. Customers include pulp and paper, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, chemical, energy, mining, food and beverage, and other process industries.
Partners have been selected and certified based upon their experience and understanding of how to apply Seeq across a variety of technology solutions including OSIsoft PI System, GE Proficy, AspenTech IP21, Emerson DeltaV Continuous Historian and Ovation DCS Historian, Honeywell Uniformance PHD Historian, Rockwell Automation FactoryTalk Historian, Inductive Automation’s Ignition Historian, DataParc Historian, and Aveva’s Wonderware Historian, Citec SCADA, and eDNA Historian.
Mike Purcell joins as Seeq’s managing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Purcell was most recently the vice-president for OSIsoft EMEA, where he was responsible for partners, marketing and sales in those regions.
In concert with this global expansion, Seeq also launched the Seeq Analytics Engineer Certification Program for partners. The certification program enables partners to work with Seeq analytics engineers through on-site training and custom use-case development.
“Seeq’s Analytics Engineer Certification Program will enable us to boost our professional credibility and execute projects with even better efficiency,” says Kai Weber, CEO of Werusys in Germany, and one of the first partners certified on Seeq. “Our engineers are always eager to learn new capabilities that can deliver value to customers and help them realize the benefits of digitalization, IIoT and Industry 4.0.”
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