Microsoft Azure customers worldwide now gain access to ProcessMiner’s AI platform to take advantage of the scalability, reliability and agility of Microsoft Azure to drive application development and shape business strategies
Microsoft Azure customers worldwide now gain access to ProcessMiner’s AI platform to take advantage of the scalability, reliability and agility of Microsoft Azure to drive application development and shape business strategies.
ProcessMiner, an Artificial Intelligence platform for manufacturing, announced its platform is live in the Microsoft Commercial Marketplace. Based in Atlanta GA, ProcessMiner delivers real-time systems monitoring, predictive analytics, and recommendation solutions for manufacturers.
Continuous manufacturing processes are highly complex, and the ProcessMiner platform combines the strengths of data science and machine learning to help improve product quality. Defects, errors, scrap-rates and sub grade products are expensive to any manufacturing operations and ProcessMiner’s turn-key platform identifies and helps fix underlying causes of product quality degradation. Any manufacturer with continuous improvement goals can benefit from the information ProcessMiner delivers its operators through highly intuitive user-interfaces. Among the system’s benefits is a lower cost of operations through energy savings and reductions in raw materials. Additionally, Product Quality improvement lessens waste and improves product margins and production throughput.
Microsoft Azure is a cloud platform created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft managed data centers. Commonly referred to as Cloud Computing it provides users and customers software-as-a-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) services and supports many different programming language tools and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software systems. This allows customers who are interested in using ProcessMiner’s software the ability to procure the software directly in the Microsoft Commercial Marketplace.
“We are very excited about growing our operating reach with acceptance into the Azure Marketplace,” said Karim Pourak, Co-founder and CEO of ProcessMiner. “Historically, we’ve come across interested manufacturing companies looking to deploy our software for their business, but they were hamstrung because our operating environment was limited to one cloud services provider”. Pourak added, “Now that our platform is hosted with multiple cloud service providers, we’ve lifted that restriction allowing us to scale more rapidly.” he continued “Thanks to the marketing features of Azure, we expect to broaden our awareness to manufacturers shopping for Artificial Intelligence.”
“The Microsoft Commercial Marketplace lets customers worldwide discover, try, purchase and deploy software solutions that are certified and optimized to run on Azure”, said Diego Tamburini, Principal Industry Manager for Manufacturing, at Microsoft Corp. “The Microsoft Commercial Marketplace helps solutions like ProcessMiner reach more customers and markets.”