A New Approach to Manufacturing Analytics
Simple Data Analytics to Optimize the Factory Floor
Data, people, and business are becoming more tightly connected as Industry 4.0, IIoT, and other industrial internet technologies find their way into the manufacturing environment. This change is far from just technological, it’s cultural too. Smart factories truly are about people, not just technology. It’s about putting real-time information in the hands of both management and production floor personnel so they can make strategic decisions – together. It’s time for Fusion.
To level the data analytics playing field for industrial manufacturers by giving them robust decision-making tools so they can proudly build world-class products.
New Hampshire, the home to Datanomix, was at the forefront of the first American industrial revolution. Datanomix is fueling the fourth industrial revolution or Industry 4.0 with Fusion – data analytics made simple for the manufacturing floor.
Greg founded Datanomix on the premise that the 4th industrial revolution would require turnkey products that integrate seamlessly with how manufacturers work today. He brings enterprise data skills to a market ripe for innovation. Greg has held engineering leadership positions at several venture-backed companies and is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
John has an established track record of commercializing technology for diverse markets. Having held executive leadership roles at several startups and their acquirers, John has taken companies and organizations from stealth to billions in enterprise value - most notably with the acquisition of Equallogic by Dell. John is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Clark University.
Datanomix Announces $2M Round of Funding to Accelerate Commercialization and Further Development of their Fusion Software
Datanomix announced today that it raised a fresh round of capital to fuel commercialization and further development of their Fusion software product. The company had an oversubscribed round led by Bruce Sachs, with participation from Wasabi Ventures, York.IE, Alumni Ventures, Argon Ventures, WPI and several local angels.
Read the press release here
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