Siemens Expands its Low Code Expertise with TimeSeries Acquisition

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By Michael Larner | 3Q 2021 | IN-6199


Blending Low Code with Industrial Templates


2021 has witnessed Siemens continuing to build out its technology and vertical market expertise via acquisitions following the purchase of Varian Medical Systems in 2020. In May, the company announced that it is looking to bring U.S. electronic components company Supplyframe into the fold, but the acquisition of application builder TimeSeries in April is the most interesting for manufacturers.

TimeSeries creates apps tailored for workflows in vertical markets based on Siemens’ low-code platform Mendix. As industrial and manufacturing adjust their operating models for the ‘new normal’, having the ability to quickly create apps for tasks, such as smart warehousing, predictive maintenance, and remote inspection (to name just a few), will resonate with firms large and small, driving adoption of low-code platforms.

Inside Siemens TimeSeries Templates Will Spread Far and Wide


Founded in 2012, TimeSeries has been developing SaaS based applications tailored for industries such as manufacturing, healthca…

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