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PwC, Cognite, and OutSystems have formed a strategic partnership to deliver digital transformation solutions for manufacturing, energy and utility customers.
The partnership empowers industrial data scientists and engineers to operationalize data and develop applications by abstracting complex data pipelines, data contextualization, and application development tasks.
The new partnership will allow companies to go from idea to application in a matter of weeks instead of years using Cognite Data Fusion (CDF), a proven world-leading, industrially focused data operations platform, the OutSystems leading low-code development platform, and PwC‘s change management and digital strategies to operate and scale. The time savings is a result of using low-code application development capabilities to integrate contextualized data to solve real problems.
“We’re looking forward to joining PwC, Cognite and other industry leaders to help customers take their businesses to the next level,” said Peter Dunlap, VP of Channels and Alliances with OutSystems. “The agreement extends the company’s longstanding partnership with PwC, which has helped customers in many industries build powerful business apps. Transforming these industries using technology and innovation will be so important to so many people, and this partnership is uniquely positioned to drive value for these customers.”
“Working with OutSystems and PwC is an excellent opportunity for us to deliver value by playing to each of our strengths,” said Dr. John Markus Lervik, CEO and co-founder of Cognite. “We liberate and contextualize OT, IT and visual data, OutSystems leads in helping companies rapidly develop their applications and integrate them with CDF as unified data source, and PwC provides the expertise and consultancy for change management. The process from strategy to scalable innovation and value realization is accelerated by working together as partners.”