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By Rich Handley

Altizon, AXISCADES Partner to Deliver Offerings for Factory of the Future

Altizon, a global industrial IIoT platform company serving the manufacturing industry, has announced a partnership with AXISCADES, a provider of product-engineering and high-technology solutions, to help aerospace, automotive and heavy-engineering customers build a "factory of the future" through combined smart-manufacturing and digital-transformation offerings.

AXISCADES will work with Altizon's Datonis platform and products R&D group to design and build manufacturing applications that can help manufacturers move to Industry 4.0, including modernizing asset performance management services and launching new business models for service delivery. The companies plan to conduct joint sales and marketing campaigns in the North America region.

"At Altizon, we are scaling our capabilities to help drive digital transformations globally," said Vinay Nathan, Altizon's CEO, in a prepared statement. "By partnering with AXISCADES, we are helping manufacturers realize the 'factory of the future' today by offering our Industrial IoT technology suite complimented by AXISCADES deep manufacturing technology domain expertise—to gain deeper insights, make better decisions and to unlock new business value. Our joint offering will help ensure our clients' Industry 4.0 journey is on a pathway to achieving measurable success."

"We continue to expand and augment our engineering and manufacturing services with technology," added Abhijit Chattopadhyay, AXISCADES' VP of sales and global head alliances, in the prepared statement. "Industry 4.0 is about new business models that could change the way any company designs, builds, manufactures & services its products. Given our deep understanding of product development and shop floor manufacturing, and Altizon's capabilities, we are confident in leveraging these technologies to help our customers mature on their own industry 4.0 journey."

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