Product Blogs

What is Element AssetHub?

ARC’s Industry Forum is an annual pilgrimage for operations leaders in global industrial companies and their technology vendors who want to share best practices, stay on top of emerging trends, and catch up with old friends. 950 of us gathered last week in Orlando, FL to address “Digital Transformation,” and the need for asset-intensive industries seeking to adopt modern technologies like cloud computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) that are increasingly embedded in other industries like finance and healthcare.

This was the perfect venue for us to announce the release of Element AssetHub because industrial digital transformation depends on data, a lot of data, and AssetHub is the world’s first data hub built to address the unique challenges of asset data – all IT/OT data associated with industrial equipment and operations.

Read More

IoT, streaming data, analytics, and a little design thinking (Part 2)

A Microsoft and Element Podcast

I recently participated in a discussion with the Microsoft industry experiences team (David Starr and Diego Tamburini) to talk all things IoT, including the cultural changes data-informed decision making has on organizations.

The discussion was recorded as a podcast. This is Part 2. If you missed part 1, you can find it here.

Listen to the full-podcast here.

Read More

IoT, streaming data, analytics, and a little design thinking (Part 1)

A Microsoft and Element Podcast

I recently participated in a discussion with the Microsoft industry experiences team (David Starr and Diego Tamburini) to talk all things IoT, including the cultural changes data-informed decision making has on organizations.

The discussion was recorded as a podcast. This is Part 1. We will be bringing you part 2 soon.

Read More

Moisés Olivares
Dec 3, 2018

Moisés Olivares

How Design Democratizes Access to Industrial Data

Element’s mission is to make industrial data incredibly easy to use, enabling insights never thought possible. In other words, to help professionals at industrial companies spend more time analyzing data instead of preparing that data for analysis.

Element’s software is a huge step forward in this regard. It helps companies prepare and manage data efficiently, reliably and in a scalable manner. There’s no need for armies of employees to populate and update spreadsheets, write custom code, or to hire expensive consultants.

Taking a complex process and simplifying the user interaction extends down to the smallest details of Element’s software. We want you to think as little as possible about the tool you’re using to model and manage data and instead focus on the data itself. We work hard to make Element’s software powerful but, in a way (and this might sound counterintuitive), almost transparent.

Read More

The Quarterback at Element: The Product Manager

Many people say that product management is the “it” role in Silicon Valley. I don’t necessarily disagree; after all, many of my peers going into tech companies were adamant about becoming product managers before they realized the scarcity of the role. Despite the plethora of “What is Product Management” articles floating around the internet, it remains a nebulous career owing to both its apparent scarcity and because its responsibilities are so uniquely tied to people and product. With all that being said, I feel beyond fortunate to have experienced my first taste of product management at Element Analytics.

Read More