Element Analytics achieves Microsoft Azure Co-Sell status

Element Analytics achieves Microsoft Azure Co-Sell status
Achievement will ensure optimal security and performance of Element Platform 

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Analytics data management developer Element Analytics has earned Microsoft Azure Co-Sell status.

This means that Element Analytics joins a select group of software vendors meeting Microsoft’s technical and related standards, delivering optimised and secured solutions on Azure.

The Microsoft Co-Sell programme requires Element Analytics to meet performance commitments, successfully execute on projects and pass technology and sales assessments. This provides assurance to customers that Element Analytics and Microsoft are working closely to ensure security and performance of the Element Platform on Azure.

Element Analytics’ software processes, manages and integrates large volumes of data from a wide variety of sources including sensors and engineering and operational systems. The company’s Element Platform creates and maintains ‘Digital Twins’ - dynamic digital representations of physical equipment and assets – to enable comprehensive and accurate analysis which can provide insights including when key equipment might fail or optimising operations in industries such as oil and gas, chemicals, utilities, mining and manufacturing.

“Element Analytics continues to gain momentum including strengthening its relationships with customers and partners,” said Andy Bane, CEO of Element Analytics. “Achieving Microsoft Azure Co-Sell status is a key example of that progress and we look forward to using this collaboration to delight our customers.”

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