Koch Engineered Solutions (KES), the unit of Koch Industries, Inc. focused on developing and delivering innovative technical and service solutions for industrial value chains, has formed a new partnership with EFT Analytics (EFT) to offer advanced data and analytics services to improve KES customers’ business operations.
The partnership is an important part of a total transformation taking place across KES and its subsidiary companies. This transformation builds upon a history of delivering innovative solutions that provide value to KES customers. EFT will first work with John Zink Hamworthy Combustion – a KES company – on smart combustion technology. The companies will focus on the commercialisation of a smart combustion solution, EMBER, for customers in industrial value chains. This solution will allow facilities to optimise control of their combustion systems, improving production efficiency, asset health, and environmental performance.
“We are excited to work with EFT Analytics to not only improve our own products but to help our customers improve their own performance,” said Dave Dotson, President of KES. “We at KES have the expertise to deliver superior value by developing, integrating, and applying innovative technical and service solutions for industrial value chains, and through this new partnership we are going to more effectively offer that competitive advantage to others.”
EFT Analytics – a provider of predictive analytics, process optimisation, and energy management solutions – brings its innovative CORTEX advanced analytics and Energy Manager platforms to the partnership, already proven across a variety of industries from refining, to pulp and paper, to the steel industry and beyond.
“EFT’s long track record in helping our customers reach their full potential with data and advanced analytics solutions will be critical to the success of this partnership,” said Brent Youngers, President of EFT. “Customers value our innovative and proven analytics platforms, and we look forward to collaborating with KES so we can work to further develop and implement solutions that benefit our customers and their operations.”
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