Seeq accelerates chemical industry success with AWS

Seeq Corporation, a leader in manufacturing and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) advanced analytics software has announced agreements with two of the world’s premier chemical companies: Covestro and allnex. These companies have selected Seeq on Amazon Web Services (AWS) as their corporate solution, empowering their employees to improve production and business outcomes. 
Seeq enables engineers and scientists in process manufacturing organizations to rapidly analyze, predict, collaborate, and share insights to improve production outcomes. This announcement follows an impressive start to 2021 for Seeq, a year in which it announced a USD 50M Series C funding round led by Insight Partners, was recognized with Frost & Sullivan’s 2021 North American Technology Innovation Leadership Award for Seeq Data Lab and landed on Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplaces for 2021 list.
Covestro is among the world’s largest polymer companies with annual sales of more than E10B and over 30 plants worldwide. As part of its investment to become a digital leader in the chemicals industry, Covestro is deploying Seeq worldwide to provide its employees with tools for front-line analytics and decision making. By choosing AWS and cloud-first deployment, Covestro is delivering manufacturing data to their subject matter experts and data science teams to solve challenging business issues through real-time collaboration.
Seeq agreements can also be procured using the AWS Marketplace, which simplifies the procurement process and provides incentives for enterprise customers through the AWS Enterprise Discount Program. In addition, all marketplace sellers are verified as ‘ready-to-run on AWS, expediting the purchase process.
Seeq has been an AWS Industrial Software Competency partner since 2019 and is available in AWS Marketplace. This competency designation recognizes Seeq’s technical proficiency and proven customer success in building solutions targeting production and operations.
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