Seeq achieves AWS Life Sciences Competency status

Seeq achieves AWS Life Sciences Competency status

The designation recognizes Seeq's expertise in enabling faster insights and better business outcomes for life sciences customers, including Bristol Myers Squibb, with advanced analytics innovations.

  • By IPP Bureau | December 15, 2022

Seeq Corporation, a leader in manufacturing and industrial internet of things advanced analytics software, announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Life Sciences Competency status. This designation recognizes Seeq for providing deep expertise in building life sciences solutions on AWS to help customers conduct drug discovery, manage clinical trials, engage in manufacturing and distribution activities, and conduct research and development of novel genetic-based treatments and companion diagnostics.

Achieving the AWS Life Sciences Competency differentiates Seeq as an AWS Partner that has demonstrated relevant technical proficiency and proven customer success, delivering solutions seamlessly on AWS. To receive the designation, AWS Partners must possess deep AWS expertise and undergo an assessment of the security, performance, and reliability of their solutions.

"Seeq is proud to be among the first AWS Partners to achieve AWS Life Sciences Competency status," says Dr. Lisa J. Graham, CEO at Seeq. "By choosing Seeq on AWS, life sciences companies can leverage the big data, machine learning, and computer science innovations they need to accelerate positive production and business outcomes."

"Bristol Myers Squibb leverages Seeq hosted on the AWS cloud with AWS Glue to analyze R&D and manufacturing data across sites and provide additional context to the data lake in AWS Redshift," says Bradley Keigwin, Data Scientist at Bristol Myers Squibb. "As a result, Bristol Myers Squibb has seen standardization of upstream process monitoring for numerous products across multiple sites, resulting in a significant reduction in engineering hours."

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