New editions target end users across diverse landscape – from local businesses to multi-national
Seeq Corporation has announced a new packaging of Seeq features and applications as Seeq Team and Seeq Enterprise editions.
These are said to address the needs of customers from a local water utility to a multinational chemical, pharmaceutical, or oil & gas company. Both Seeq editions, which run best as SaaS on AWS or Microsoft Azure, represent the culmination of learning and experiences with hundreds of Seeq deployments in process manufacturing organisations.
“For these manufacturers, Seeq enables advanced analytics insights to improve production and business outcomes across their organisations,” says the company. Seeq Cortex, a renaming of Seeq Server, is included in both editions and is the execution engine that delivers key features, including multi-source and type data connectivity, security, calculation scalability and other features.
“Seeq Cortex enables immediate access to analytics innovation with existing data architectures and silos, while also supporting customer data roadmaps and strategies on the cloud,” says Steve Sliwa, CEO and co-founder Seeq Corporation. “Cortex is the backbone of the predictive, diagnostic, machine learning and descriptive analytics used by customers around the globe.”
Cortex benefits are said to include:
Seeq Team is optimised for new deployments in a single site facility, such as a water utility or power generation plant with a limited number of time series and contextual data sources, or for the first usage of Seeq by a workgroup within a larger organisation.
Seeq Enterprise is designed for complex single-plant, multi-site or enterprise deployments with hundreds or thousands of users. It includes support for more complex data sources, such as data lakes and ERP systems, along with features for integrating OT and IT data science teams driving digital transformation initiatives.