Senseye, provider of Predictive Maintenance infrastructure-free prognostics and condition monitoring solution to the manufacturing industry, has today announced a strategic partnership with Momenta Partners, advisors to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market.
Senseye helps automotive, food & beverage and plastics producers raise their Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) by predicting machine failures and eliminating unplanned downtime – all without the need for expert technical knowledge or expensive consultants.
With ambitious growth plans, Senseye needed strategic guidance on strengthening its brand in the expanding Industrial Internet of Things market. It also wanted to establish an ecosystem within the market to build exposure and recognition. Momenta Partners was the clear choice. Not only did the company have an extensive portfolio of ‘Growth as a Service’ capabilities and partners, its team was highly experienced, coming from senior positions at high profile brands such as ThingWorx, AT&T and Amazon.
Momenta Partners has introduced high profile partnerships and is supporting growth investment; helping Senseye establish and execute its long-term Industry 4.0 strategy.
Simon Kampa, CEO of Senseye commented, “Working with Momenta Partners has been a great process, helping us better understand how our product fits into the emerging Industrial Internet of Things ecosystem. They have also enabled us to connect with a number of key Connected Industry ecosystem partners.”
Ken Forster, MD of Momenta Partners said “I am pleased to have partnered with Senseye. Their deep industry expertise in machine learning, condition monitoring and real-time systems made them a natural choice for our Connected Industry ecosystem. We believe Senseye is the best advanced, enterprise-ready solution helping manufacturers adopt an Industry 4.0 approach within their plants.”
Senseye is currently running a pilot of their software, providing a zero-cost trial of their cloud-based software for a period of three months enabling manufactures to prove the value of the solution. The company is currently accepting applications to join the pilot on a first-come-first served basis.
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