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Borealis adds TrendMiner self-service analytics to plants

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World Fertilizer,

TrendMiner, a software AG company, announces an agreement with Borealis, which allows Borealis, a producer of polyolefins, base chemicals, and fertilizers, to use TrendMiner's self-service analytics software on a global level.

TrendMiner was selected upon rigorous test case analysis, because of its ease of use and the clear and direct value-add delivered. In the first stage, TrendMiner’s smart and simple self-service analytics solution will be rolled out to the engineers and production experts to support operational excellence with a “big data” approach and therefore contribute to increase overall profitability.

“Borealis is known as an innovative player in the market and their openness to explore solutions that leverage their capabilities in many ways, sets them apart," said Jeroen De Wolf, Account Manager for Borealis at TrendMiner. "Borealis has trusted TrendMiner to assist them many times in the past. A trust that has now developed into a strong working relationship between us. When Borealis shortlisted TrendMiner for their analytics tooling evaluation, many Borealis experts involved experienced added value. We are proud of the decision by Borealis to further roll out TrendMiner to support their journey towards operational excellence.”

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