Enabling industry to take command of their digital transformation journey

In partnership with GE Digital, Capgemini helps clients derive the full power of Predix, the world’s first and only cloud-based platform built exclusively for industry. Together we provide powerful, consistent, and secure solutions that enable organizations to harness the potential of Big Data and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) as a competitive advantage through the development and implementation of industrial applications for the cloud.

Harnessing the Power of your Industrial Data

The ability to deftly manipulate enormous amounts of data produced by connected assets plays a critical role in creating a competitive advantage for an enterprise. To succeed in this complex environment, you must have a stable and agile platform that quickly transforms datasets generated in multiple formats into actionable and valuable insights. These insights can, for example, increase operational efficiency, create new revenue streams, decrease unplanned downtime, increase productivity, and unlock opportunities to improve your bottom line.

 

Power your IIoT Journey with Predix

GE created Predix, the operating system for the Industrial Internet, to help enable the digital transformation journey. Predix provides the technical foundation necessary to power industrial apps that capture, monitor, and analyze machine data in order to improve throughput, reduce unplanned downtime, and increase operational efficiency. Predix is the only platform in the market created specifically to help industrial companies accomplish the following:

  • Capture and analyze the speed, size, and variety of complex industrial data
  • Provide industrial-grade, end-to-end informational and operational security
  • Innovate faster by eliminating the traditional barriers to industrial app generation for new business outcomes 
  • Take advantage of an industry-wide ecosystem of experienced partners to extend capabilities through integrated software, hardware, and services

 

 

With GE’s Predix and Capgemini, your company can take charge of your IIoT journey. The use of Predix’s cloud-based software platform to build, deploy, and operate innovative industrial apps allows you to turn your operational data into actionable insights and positive business outcomes for your company.

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A Trusted Partner with a Proven Track Record

As a trusted partner of GE for the past 25 years, Capgemini is invested in GE Digital and encourages building and supporting cutting-edge applications on Predix such as visualization, fleet performance, outage management, energy trading, and process business optimization. Our innovation framework has earned us multiple Best Innovation Partner Awards from GE Digital. Sogeti has been a premium, preferred supplier to GE with over 20 years of delivery excellence specializing in military ERP implementation, product lifecycle management services, cloud migration and automation, solution architecture, and project and program management. Sogeti also has a certified GE Global Delivery Center in North America with a GE network and phone system dedicated to GE Digital solution delivery.

Deep Industry Experience and Capability
Capgemini’s data technology experts are enabling industrial companies to create more value and gain revenue-building business insights from the data generated by their connected assets. With Capgemini, industrial enterprises are thriving because they now have the tools and the people not only to process the vast volumes of big data available to them, but also to convert them into specific insights that strengthen business performance. Capgemini understands the opportunities IIoT offers, and we can help your company capture them to ensure you stay ahead of your competitors.

With more than 11,000 professionals across 40 countries, our digital technology team is eager to guide you in your digital journey and uncover knowledge where it matters most at the point of action.

Past Events

  • Minds + Machines, Europe 2016
  • Minds + Machines, San Francisco 2016
  • Webinar on IIoT and Digital Manufacturing on Feb 24, 2017
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