PLANO, TX: Siemens, a provider of electrical and electronic services and solutions, and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), an information technology and services provider, announce the extension of their partnership to boost the delivery of big data analytics to the global manufacturing industry.
Siemens’ product lifecycle management (PLM) software business will support big data scientists from TCS to provide and deliver efficient use of the Siemens Omneo Performance Analytics solution. Using the cloud-based Omneo solution, which is provided as software as a service (SaaS), Manufacturers can discover the potential of product performance intelligence to simplify and save time in indentifying and resolving complex product issues.
Omneo provides a comprehensive big-data picture of product performance by linking, consolidating and scrutinizing big-data sources such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), manufacturing execution systems (MES), PLM, quality management systems (QMS), and customer relationship management (CRM) – into a single accessible center.
Leveraging TCS’s expertise and experience on the Omneo platform, the partnership aims to make statistical tools and industrial elucidating accelerators to streamline and automate the processes on product performance intelligence.
“Through its ability to analyze massive data combinations in seconds, our Omneo solution can help our customers reveal the hidden intelligence that pinpoints the source of product issues,” says Tony Hemmelgarn, Executive Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Service Delivery, Siemens PLM Software. “Combining the power of this cloud-based solution and our PLM expertise with the world-class IT services, consulting, business, and big data expertise of TCS, we can help more manufacturers worldwide leverage big data to significantly improve product development efficiency and innovation.”
“Before and during a transformation, companies need to know what is changing within the organization or what may be unstable and especially vulnerable to unpredictable change,” says Lucio de Risi, CEO, MEGA. “Business architecture helps a company identify new prospects for growth and potential hazards, and how it should be operating next year and in five years. It allows executives to plan enterprise capabilities that will help them profit from the digital revolution.”