The company has also extended its partner programme in North America and EMEA, which trains and authorises companies in PTC solutions
Internet of Things platform developer PTC is introducing an interactive user interface for creating and managing advanced analytic models for use in its ThingWorx solutions.
ThingWorxAnalytics Builder helps convert complex data readings from connected products and services into simple-to-understand information via a user-friendly interface. It simplifies the advanced analytics process, helping solution developers interpret information faster and save valuable time for other parts of the data analysis process.
“Implementing a comprehensive analytics operation should be at the top of the priority list for any company pursuing an IoT strategy,” said Ryan Caplan, general manager, ThingWorx Analytics. “ThingWorx takes the complexity out of the analytics process, and now with ThingWorx Analytics Builder, it’s easier and faster to realise the true value of IoT – understanding the data.”
PTC has also strengthened its global Partner Network Programme, that trains and authorises partners in PTC’s various solution and technology implementation methodologies. Partners are required to meet increasing levels of investments to achieve programme benefits, including additional training, marketing and sales programmes, promotions and incentives, development funds, and support.
“At PTC, we define our success by the value our customers derive from our solutions. Together with a network of partners that embody these same values, we bring innovation and technology to customers across industries and around the world,” said Kerry Grimes, SVP, worldwide channel sales, PTC.
Those joining the programme in North America include 4CAD Group, Barkawi, GDT, Gray Matter Systems and Industrial Network Systems. Advantage, iSAX, Novotek and Ovexia have joined in the EMEA region.
In September, market research company BCC Research identified PTC as the Internet of Things application enablement platforms market share leader. Its ThingWorx IoT platform amassed 27 per cent market share through 2015, more than double the share of the next largest provider.
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