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Tableau customers can now easily leverage Seeq for connectivity to data historians, cleansing, contextualization, and modeling to enable insights on process data.


SEATTLE, WA - September 12, 2017

Seeq Corporation (www.seeq.com), a software application for process manufacturing organizations to rapidly wrangle, investigate, and share insights on process manufacturing data, announces a technology integration with business intelligence provider Tableau. With the integration, Seeq customers can leverage Tableau’s advanced visualization tools for their time series data, and Tableau users can leverage Seeq for data wrangling and modeling prior to visualization in Tableau.

Organizations in manufacturing, mining, pulp &paper, food & beverage, and other process industries use Seeq Workbench to rapidly find analyze time series data leading to better production outcomes including improved asset availability, product quality, and process efficiency.

“The partnership between Tableau and Seeq provides our customers faster access and incorporation of time series data, while eliminating the tasks of manual data extractions and time-consuming data cleansing,” says Sunil Sanghani, Head of Global ISV’s and Technology Alliances at Tableau. “With this partnership, engineers, analysts and operations managers can leverage Tableau to uncover insights within their time series data.”

Seeq has been recognized by multiple analyst firms for its modern approach to the pressing problem of finding actionable insights in complex data sets.

“We are very pleased to partner with Tableau, and look forward to helping our shared customers get even more value from their data,” says Steve Sliwa, CEO and co-founder of Seeq Corporation. “The innovative approach Tableau has taken in building modern business intelligence software is impressive, and it’s exciting to be a part of their ecosystem of partners."

Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA) helps people see and understand data. Tableau helps anyone quickly analyze, visualize and share information. More than 57,000 customer accounts get rapid results with Tableau in the office and on-the-go. Over 300,000 people use Tableau Public to share data in their blogs and websites.

Seeq and the Tableau platform, working together, enable customers to get the best of both an innovative monitoring and a data management platform in Tableau, as well as rapid, interactive analytics on collected data provided by Seeq. Customers can achieve insights to improve production results, a task often too time consuming with spreadsheets and other general-purpose tools.

Customers with an interest in using Seeq with Tableau should contact Seeq for information on Seeq Workbench and connectivity options. In Seeq’s most recent release, R18, new features enable support for the integration of structured data from SQL Server, MySQL, and CSV files. This means data from these data sources may be seamlessly integrated with Tableau for analytics and insights.

About Seeq Corporation

Founded in 2013, Seeq is a privately held company that publishes Seeq, an application for engineers and operations analysts to rapidly find insights in process manufacturing data. Seeq is currently being used in the oil & gas, pharmaceutical, specialty chemical, utility, renewal energy and many other vertical industries to improve production outcomes, including yield, margins, quality, and safety. Seeq is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with employees across the United States and sales representation in Canada, Europe, and South America. For more information visit Seeq online at www.seeq.com.

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