Altizon Sponsors Upcoming Brew Talks Meet-Up at the Upcoming Great American Beer Festival in Denver
Company to Demonstrate How Ambitious & Growing Craft Brewers Can Improve & Scale their Manufacturing Operations Using Innovative IIoT Technology
DENVER, CO – October 2, 2019 –
Altizon, a global industrial IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) platform company, today announced its sponsorship and attendance at this week’s Brew Talks Meet-Up event at the Great American Festival being held in Denver on October 4,, 2019.
With the craft beer industry thriving in the United States, Altizon will show attendees how they can improve and scale their beer manufacturing operations using the company’s innovative and proven IIoT technology to better support brewers’ ambitious business and growth plans.
Currently, there are nearly 7,500 craft brewers in the United States, up from just 1,574 in 2018, according to the Brewers Association, and the market is expected to continue to grow for the next several years. With this growth, technology like Altizon’s Datonis IIoT platform will give brewers a tremendous opportunity to significantly advance their manufacturing and business operations, as well as increase efficiencies to meet and stay ahead of continued customer demand.
“Given the tremendous growth in customer demand, craft brewers are tackling everyday challenges involved when combining art with science, of experimenting with new flavors and recipes yet ramping production of existing recipes,” said Tyson King, vice president of sales for North America, Altizon. “Our Manufacturing Intelligence software can help automate and simplify the science that positively impacts the output of their operations, enhances their offerings and boosts their overall business.”
The Altizon Datonis platform connects multiple manufacturing processes and builds a real-time operational data layer to help brewers uncover where performance bottlenecks occur, analyze line breakdowns in detail and help remedy and improve line productivity.
“Leveraging the rich data provided by using an IoT approach, brewers are now empowered to make smarter and better overall business, spending and product development decisions,” said Amol Mate, vice president, business development, Altizon. “F&B companies of all sizes and at various stages of growth have tapped into Altizon’s Datonis platform to help optimize their production output and shape their businesses for long-term growth using evidence-based operational insights.”
To learn more about Altizon’s offerings at the Brew Talks Meet-up, please contact: [email protected]
Altizon brings the power of IoT and operational intelligence together to help forward-thinking organizations step up their game and drive key business decisions. Offering proven enterprise grade technology, functional breadth and rapid business outcomes, Altizon’s Datonis Industrial IoT Product Suite serves as the bridge between smart and smarter manufacturing decisions for an enterprise. Datonis helps power productivity improvement, predictive quality, predictive maintenance, and traceability and genealogy initiatives.
With a global footprint of over 100 enterprise users, Altizon is a leading Industrial IoT platform provider recognized in the Gartner 2019 Magic Quadrant for Industrial IoT Platforms, for the second consecutive year.
For more information, visit: http://www.altizon.com
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