The Challenge of Transforming Industrial Data into Actionable Information.
Time and information accuracy are of the essence for Manufacturing and Utility organizations since any “down-times” are expensive, and any non-resolved issues can be extremely dangerous. To overcome these challenges, they need to be agile and proactively innovate by:
- Finding rapidly existing technology components for re-use
- Discovering networks of experts within the organization
- Gaining instant insights from an instant 360° view of a subject or a customer
- Being rapidly aware of new industry regulations
Cognitive Search & Powerful Analytics for Manufacturing & Utilities.
Transform Industrial Data into Actionable Insight
“Relevant knowledge at the right time is priceless in the enterprise”, according to Forrester. In many enterprises, “relevant knowledge” is hidden in a deluge of data of all kinds, structured and unstructured.
In the manufacturing and utility industries, this deluge of data is very diverse, and it evolves in universes with different timelines: There is fast-paced data streaming in from sensors and smart meters. Moreover, every maintenance or service intervention adds new data to be kept and made visible to people in the need to know – a slow-paced but important process.
None of the original IT applications of manufacturing and utilities companies have been designed to cope with today’s volume and variety of data nor with real-time responses to large numbers of users.
Manufacturing & Utility Organizations Select Sinequa to:
- Optimize R&D and Production
- Safeguard Knowledge and Know-How
- Ensure Safety and Compliance
- Improve Maintenance and Customer Service
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Learn how a leading global manufacturer leveraged automation to provide unified, relevant information to employees across the organization. The result? Billions of dollars in savings, better project teams for faster time to market, reduced mistakes and elimination of duplicate products, and much more.
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