Develop, Collaborate, & Execute
Analytics Projects for Manufacturing

Create and manage multiple Unified Analytics Framework
deployments with little to no code

Operators, team leaders, and managers have one common problem ...

Collecting data is simple; but effectively storing it in the cloud and turning it into actionable information is not! Electronic cloud-based data management, collation, and contextualization is the biggest problem facing industry today.

But imagine what you could do if you had a scalable platform built specifically for IT teams to transform OT and IoT data streams into analytics-ready information. Timebase includes the tools you need to:


Clearly define your data initiative and ensure it aligns with your organization's vision and core values


Invite others within and outside of your organization to participate in your project


Create a library of integration templates (or borrow some of ours) to enforce your business rules


Deploy your templates to a Flow Unified Analytics Framework and track your KPIs and Events
For scalability, Timebase provides a modeling and configuration environment with an open architecture and templating. Leverage the work you have done in your existing systems while using the Timebase self-service no code/low code approach.

"It turns tons of data into analytics-ready information"

"The link between our historian and the boardroom"

"I don't know how we lived without Timebase"

"Analytics for our Industrial Operations"

"A foundation upon which IT can build value-adding apps"

Industrial Data Management is hard. Which ways have you tried?

Let's move everything to the cloud, to our data lake

Ever heard this one? Is the data in the lake structured and modeled? Is it accessible to all your people? Are your analysts spending half their time searching for and massaging the data? What about bandwidth costs? Is the lake actually being used, or has it turned into an unusable swamp?

Let's keep using our spreadsheet system

How about this one? How often is the spreadsheet incomplete in your morning meeting? How often do the spreadsheet files become corrupted? How do you know a key value being reported hasn't been changed without you knowing? In the end, how many versions of the "truth" do you have?

We'll get our historian vendor to build the extra functionality we need

This one happens a lot! You get your historian vendor to build a new chart type, one you've always wanted, great! Now you want to use this shiny new chart to show some data from a different database. Can you get that data into your historian? Does it make sense to duplicate your transactional data into a time-series format?

Let's custom build it; it won't take long

This is a common one. But, do you know how long it will take? Six months, a year, maybe two? Will you need a dedicated development team? Will they keep up with new requests? What if they resign?

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