By combining EFT’s advanced analytics software platform and engineering expertise with Big River Steel’s process and steel making knowledge, EFT has delivered a real-time solution to predict product quality issues and provide operators with guidance for reducing defects before they occur.
Originally Published by Business Wire
EFT now has a direct connector to OSI PI. This PI Integrator gives users the ability to connect to their Asset Framework PI server so they can import their PI Tags more efficiently. The user has the ability to create data sets and build models unlike... read more
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Big River has partnered with EFT Analytics to introduce machine learning throughout it's steel mill in Osceola, Arkansas.
Originally Published by Cision PR Newswire
Thanks to the acquisitions of Molex, EFT, Infor and i360, Koch now has better information and systems than they've ever had in the history of the company.
Originally Published by Koch Industries
Koch-Glitsch now combines its decades of industry experience with the latest data analytics solutions to create value for the chemical processing industry.
Originally Published by BIC Magazine
With recent investments in software-based technology businesses such as Solera, EFT and Infor, Koch now has the opportunity to better integrate software into machine tools and processes that are worked on daily.
Koch-Glitsch, in partnership with EFT Analytics, is providing full service process engineering and advanced data analytics solutions to enhance operations for refineries and petrochemical plants.
Last year, a subsidiary of Koch Minerals acquired a unique software and analytics company called EFT Analytics.
Originally Published by Koch Discovery Newsletter
Koch-Glitsch and EFT Analytics announced a partnership to provide full service process engineering and advanced data analytics solutions to enhance operations for refineries and petrochemical plants.
Originally Published by Koch Newsroom