PwC, Cognite and OutSystems create industrial app solution

PwC has partnered with Cognite and OutSystems to develop a digital transformation offering for manufacturing, energy and utilities companies. The offering is targeted at industrial data scientists and engineers, and extends OutSystems' longstanding partnership with PwC building business apps.

The first project for the trio of companies is already in motion through the PwC Energy Experience Centre in Norway where Cognite, OutSystems and PwC serve a common manufacturing customer Aarbakke.

“Aarbakke relies on operators’ skill and domain knowledge to drive operations, and this application helps deliver data to them to increase visibility and improve decision making,” said Rolf Thu, IT and smartfactory R&D manager at Aarbakke. “With readily available contextualised data from Cognite Data Fusion and the speed of app development enabled by the OutSystems platform, PwC's developers have been able to rapidly build and deploy this solution.”

“PwC is in the business of helping businesses succeed with change and workplaces of the future, and we are committed to partnering with technology platform leaders in the industry,” said Eirik Rasmussen, partner and leader of the Energy Experience Centre. “With this partnership, we are uniquely positioned to solve manufacturing, energy, and utility challenges.”

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