A recent Forbes article highlighted Seebo’s work with Nestle CPW, and explains why so many manufacturing leaders are looking to Process-Based AI to solve their yield, waste and quality challenges.

Here are some highlights (you can read the full article here):

Theirry Friant, Continuous Improvement & Digital Manager at Nestle CPW:

The main goal of the Seebo technology partnership, Friant said, is to “know what we don’t know, especially about losses around our processes.” CPW now has two factories implementing Seebo’s software. Nestle itself, the world’s largest food and beverage manufacturer with over 300,000 employees and active in 190 markets, is interested in what Seebo is doing,

“…Seebo helped us fine-tune our business case. They are experts in AI and machine learning. We are not. They came and proved that their technology works.”

Lior Akavia, Co-Founder and CEO at Seebo:

For Seebo, Nestle is just the beginning. “Manufacturers who don’t adopt AI on time are likely to lose their relevancy in their markets. Alternately, early adopters are likely to gain strategic advantage over the competition… Nestle is thinking several steps ahead.

Read the full article here