Senseye & Malone Group announce alliance to accelerate predictive maintenance deployments
Senseye, the industrial software company, today announces that it has entered into a new strategic partnership with Malone Group to support the deployment of its pioneering predictive maintenance software in the UK, Ireland, and Canada.
Malone Group will operate as a trusted implementation partner and value-added reseller for Senseye, driving adoption of Senseye PdM with large-scale FMCG producers, packaging manufacturers, and heavy industry organizations.
Senseye PdM is used by Global Fortune 500 organizations as part of digital transformation initiatives to improve the productivity of maintenance and manufacturing operations. It advances condition monitoring through real-time detection of emerging issues with industrial assets and automated machine failure forecasts.
Leading manufacturers across a range of industries have halved their levels of unplanned downtime and achieved reductions in maintenance costs of up to 40 percent using Senseye PdM.
Malone Group is an international project management and safety business with an outstanding reputation across industry. Malone Group is recognized as a business that brings valuable skills, experience and creative solutions to challenging Industry 4.0 projects.
Simon Kampa, CEO of Senseye, comments: “We are delighted to be partnering with Malone Group. It has a strong and credible sales and consulting operation, established relationships with many industrial organizations that would benefit greatly from using Senseye PdM, and uniquely, deep expertise across industrial IT to solve complex industrial challenges.”
Stephen Malone, CEO at Malone Group, comments: "Senseye has developed an incredible predictive maintenance product that is unique in its ability to be deployed cost-effectively and at scale. Senseye PdM is a fundamental component of Industry 4.0 deployments at large-scale industrial organizations globally."
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