Device Pilot

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Device Pilot CL 3

Google Cloud IoT, Microsoft Azure, and SAP are all competitors of Device Pilot. In depth information on these three companies is presented in a spreadsheet format.

Google Cloud IoT

  • Google Cloud IoT is a complete set of tools to connect, process, store, and analyze data both at the edge and in the cloud. The platform consists of scalable, fully-managed cloud services; an integrated software stack for edge/on-premises computing with machine learning capabilities for all your IoT needs."
  • Google Cloud Platform is a sub-organization of Google that was founding July 1, 2012, in San Francisco. It is a private, for-profit company.
  • They acquired Bitium in 2017.
  • They invested in L2P Limited in 2019.
  • Dianne Greene, the original CEO was replaced in 2018 by Sundar Pichai, the former president of Oracle.
  • Google Cloud IoT is a scalable platform that allows users to connect, process, store, and analyze data at the edge and in the cloud. They offer predictive maintenance, real-time asset tracking, and logistics.
  • "Device data captured by Cloud IoT Core gets published to Cloud Pub/Sub for downstream analytics. Easily do ad hoc analysis using Google BigQuery or run advanced analytics and apply machine learning with Cloud Machine Learning Engine. Plus, you can visualize results with rich reports and dashboards in Google Data Studio."
  • Their big data product line consists of BigQuery (serverless data warehouse), Cloud DataFlow (batch and stream processing), Cloud Dataproc (managed apache spark and apache hadoop), Cloud Pub/Sub (scalable event ingestion & messaging), Cloud Data Fusion (code free data integration service), Cloud Composer (workflow orchestration), Data Catalog (data discovery), Data Studio (visual analytics), Cloud Dataprep (data preparation), Cloud Data Transfer, Cloud Bigtable (NoSQL database service), Cloud Storage, and Cloud Datalab (interactive data exploration).
  • Pricing: Prices are not listed. There are no up front costs, pay as you go, and no termination fees. They offer several discounts.
  • CLAIMS:
  • They cost 21% less than AWS.
  • Reduced risk with world-class security, free up developers, cost saving at scale, fast & efficient CI/CD pipeline.
  • Executive Team- Thomas Kurian- CEO, Dennis DeMeyere- CTO, Ossama Alami- Head of Developer Programs, Diane Greene- Head of Enterprise, Christian Hees- Customer Engineer, Gorap Ashok- Product Manager, Rahul Asave- Product Manager

Microsoft Azure

  • Azure offers a large set of cloud computing services that enable the user to build, manage, and deploy applications using your preferred tools and frameworks. Azure Stream Analytics provides real time analytics and uses SQL.
  • Azure is located in Redmond, Washington. They are a private company.
  • Azure is a sub-organization of Microsoft. There is very little background information given on their website.
  • Azure Stream Analytics one of their main analytics offerings. It is a real-time analytics service that uses SQL. Their analytic offerings include SQL Data Warehouse, HDInsight, Machine Learning, Azure Data Lake Storage, Event Hubs, Databricks, Data Factory, Azure Stream Analytics, Azure and Analysis Services.
  • It is scalable, and can analyze millions of events at subsecond latencies, with a hybrid architecture that can run the same queries on the edge and the cloud and has machine learning.
  • Pricing: There are three categories of pricing. A standard streaming unit (units are required to process data) is $0.11/hour. Each device is $1/month. Azure support starts at $29/month.
  • Azure Analysis Services is their analytics engine. It is scalable and enables you to visualize your data collected from multiple sources. DirectQuery provides real time operational data. More features: role-based security,
  • Pricing is similar to Stream Analytics and ranges from $0132 to $8.11 per hour.
  • CLAIMS:
  • Azure guaranteed 99.9% availability of Stream Analytics. It will either be processing data or ready to process data 99.99% of the time. Credits are provided if it is not 99.99%.
  • Steaming pipelines can be built in minutes. Complex analytics can be ran with no need to learn new processing frameworks.
  • Executive Team: "Jason Zander- EVP, Graham Hayes- Principal Engineer, Adam Stephensen- Technical Specialist, Jeremy Rickard- Senior Software Engineer

SAP

  • SAP provides enterprise application software. They focus on machine learning, IoT, and advanced analytics. They offer business analytic, cloud analytics, business intelligence, enterprise planning, and predictive analytics.
  • SAP was founded in 1972 by Claus Wellenreuther, Dietmar Hopp, Hans-Werner Hector, Hasso Plattner, and Klaus Tschira. They are an IPO with over 10,00o employees.
  • They have 44 acquisitions. Their most recent acquisition was Contector on 11/19/2018.
  • They have made 23 investments. Their latest investment was 10 million pounds in the company Ruum.
  • They have 7,122 registered patents.
  • They will spend $339.3 million this year on IT.
  • They have over 437,000 customers.
  • SAP is a provider of software solutions across multiple platforms and applications.
  • Their cloud offerings consist of cloud application services, cloud peering, customer experience services, digital interconnect, HANA Enterprise Cloud, and the Learning Hub.
  • Services offered: application management services, managed data services, managed security services, and managed testing services. The management services will run on any platform and provides real time insights.
  • Sap Analytics Cloud is their analytics dashboard offering. Within the product they offer integrated analytics as a service, data visualization, predictive analytics, and machine learning. Insights can be gathered with natural language queries that can automatically analyze data and predict future events.
  • Pricing: Business intelligence is $22/user/month. Planning (the full suite) starts at $145/user/month. They offer a free trial.
  • They have had two funding rounds totaling $1.3 billion. Their latest round was 4/24/2019.
  • CLAIMS:
  • SAP Cloud Application Services run cost effectively on any platform, drive continuous innovation, test and deploy quickly, improved security, and minimal risk.
  • They have the most advanced cloud based analytics solution on the market. "
  • Executive Team: Bill McDermott- CEO, Max Wessel- CIO, Jennifer Morgan- President, Alexa Gorman- Global VP, Reinhard Schwarz- Business Area Head Platform Solutions
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Device Pilot CL 2

Ormuco, Qore Technologies, and AWS IoT Analytics have been identified as competitors of Device Pilot. Detailed information has been presented in spreadsheet format.

Ormuco

  • Ormuco offers edge computing services (IaaS, Paas, & SaaS) for data processing. They offer Live In Motion, blockchain, IoT apps, data analytics, and AR/VR. Cerebro is their monitoring product that offers incident prioritization, analysis, and automated resolution.
  • Ormuco was founded in 2008 by Orlando Bayter in Montreal, Canada. They have approximately 11-50 employees. Ormuco is a private, for-profit company.
  • Ormuco started as a telecommunications provider for Canada and the US. By 2011 they were known for developing IT environments, especially for gaming. In 2013, they began developing a software solution to manage cloud environments. This solution was unveiled in 2015. They opened a second office in Seattle in 2017. Bayter founded several startups at the age of 14 and has worked as an IT consultant.
  • Ormuco Solution- an automated processing, site deployment, and management in one platform. This platform offers dynamic content delivery, blockchain, IoT apps, data analytics, and AR/VR. It can manage thousands of edge servers. Their IaaS service offers docker containers, Kubernetes (container orchestration), OpenStack, network virtualization, and server & storage scalability.
  • Pricing: Pricing is not offered on their website. It is billed monthly, per consumption (only pay for what you use). There is a one time setup fee.
  • CLAIMS:
  • "They have a nine times faster deployment and will have the stack running in 30 days or less.
  • There will be a 50% reduction in IT labor.
  • TCO will be lowered by 70%.
  • The software is seven times less complex.
  • Only one license required, and one consolidated system, with support and management included.
  • White label is available.
  • 99.999% availability SLA (service level agreement)
  • Funding: $4 million in one funding round on 8/6/2019.
  • Executive Team: "Orlando Bayter- CEO, Breno Lima, SVP Corporate Development & Global Strategy, Nicolas Levesque- VP Finance

Qore Technologies

  • Qore Technologies offers a low cost, low code enterprise solution for IoT integration.with their Quorus Integration Engine. Their unique code can handle any architecture and has a fault tolerant design that detects and recovers from errors.
  • Qore Technologies has been in existence for 13 years (2006). Their goal is to lead the application and data integration market. They are located in the Czech Republic. They are a privately held company with approximately 11-50 employees.
  • Quorus Intergration Engine 4.0- an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) that offers no code/low code design, building block architecture, fault tolerant design, distributed architecture, and multi-tenant design.
  • They have partnered with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure to better support deployment.
  • There are no prices listed on the website.
  • CLAIMS: Significant reduction in CAPEX/OPEX and development effort, 100% higher process reliability, 75% reduced development time, and 300% scaled operations with no additional headcount. Lower project and operating costs.
  • Executive Team: David Nichols- Founder & CEO, and Natasa Peric- CMO.

AWS IoT Analytics

  • AWS IoT Analytics is a fully managed service that can run sophisticated analytics without the cost and complexity. Data can be analyzed from millions of devices while building fast, responsive IoT applications. They offer pay as you go pricing.
  • AWS is a sub-organization of Amazon, which was founded in 2006, by Andrew Jassy in Seattle, WA. They are a private, for-profit company. They have data center locations in the United States, Europe, Brazil, Singapore, Japan, and Australia.
  • Amazon Web Services serves the government, education, and non-profit sectors in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific, and internationally.
  • They have acquired the following organizations: TWO Logic, Do, Sqrrl, Thinkbox Software, and NICE.
  • AWS has made the following investments: REBEL, DroneINch, MadlyRad Labs, Innovation Factory, Bindwise, Dartmiyan, Werpx, Agylstor, OpenDNA, and Elix Incubator.
  • They make no specific claims.
  • Pricing is varied and scalable.
  • Their key features listed are: ingest data form any source, and collect only the data you want. The user is able to cleanse, filter, transform, enrich, and reprocess data. The data is stored in an IoT optimized time-series data store for analysis. Raw data is also stored to be processed later. Analytics can be ran ad hoc or scheduled, over time analysis, and provides support for Jupyter notebooks (machine learning). You may use your own custom containers. The data may be visualized with QuickSight Integration.
  • Executive Team: Andrew Jassy- CEO, Stephen Schmidt- VO & Chief Information Security Office, Mark Ryland- Chief Solutions Architect, Carlos Conde- Chief Technical Evangelist, Jonathan Kaehne- Head of Business Development
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Device Pilot CL 1

Paessler, DataDog, and SumoLogic are three competitors of Device Pilot. Paessler is the oldest company, founded in 2010. Complete details have been provided in spreadsheet format.

Paessler

  • Paessler (PRTG) offers complete network monitoring capabilities for any size network. They are one of the most popular employers in Germany and have over 200,000 customers. They are a privately held company.
  • In 2001, Dirk Paessler founded Paessler GmbH out of his living room in Germany. While having his own issues finding good monitoring software he develops his own traffic grapher followed by the IP Check Server monitor. From this, the PRTG Network monitor is born in 2008. In 2017, they hit 200 employees and turned 20 years old. (Paessler first started programming in his garage in 1997). They have become a leader in healthcare monitoring and are positioning themselves to be a premiere provider in the IoT space. In 2018 Paessler quit his CEO role. He has been replaced by Christian Twardawa.
  • They offer the PRTG Network Monitor. The network monitor will monitor all systems, devices, traffic, and applications with no additional downloads needed. They support most technologies and platforms. They can monitor IoT, cloud services, packet loss, network traffic, web pages, uptime, netflow analyzing, LAN analyzing, applications, environment, ping status, the active directory, and many more.
  • Pricing: Prices range from $1600-$60,000 for a full featured, perpetual license. A free trial version is available.
  • PRTG monitors the entire IT infrastructure, supports most technologies and works with every platform. Some features are network autodiscovery, maps, alerts for unusual metrics. They claim you can reduce costs by buying only the hardware you need, address outages and bottlenecks before they cause problems. The tool is ready to use and scalable. PRTG can collect data for almost anything of interest on your LAN. It supports multiple protocols for collecting this data:SNMP and WMI, Packet Sniffing, NetFlow, IPFIX, jFlow, and sFlow.
  • Executive Team: Dirk Paessler- Founder, Christian Twardawa- CEO, Rupert Collier- UK Sales Manager, Martin Hodgson- Senior Sales Manager

DataDog

  • Datadog is a monitoring service that brings everything together from metrics, server events, databases, applications, tools, and services. They are provided in a SaaS based data analytics platform.
  • Datadog was founded in 2010 in New York by Alexis Le-Quoc and Olivier Pomel. It is a private, for profit business. They currently have over 1,000 employees.
  • They acquired Mortar Data in 2015, and Madumbo in 2019. They also opened a Paris office in 2015, along with offices in Sydney and London in 2017, and Tokyo and London in 2018, and Singapore in 2019.
  • Datadog aggregates metrics and events across the whole devops stack: SaaS and Cloud providers, automation tools, monitoring, instrumentation, source control, bug tracking, databases and common server components, and integration with over 30 programs.
  • Pricing: Prices start at $5/month for synthetics to $31/month for APM services. Log Management can be bought for $1.27 per million log events or unlimited for $31/month. Infrastructure services start with a free plan up to $23/month. A free trial version is available.
  • Funding: $147.9 million from 6 funding rounds. The last round was 1/12/2016.
  • Their product can analyze and explore log data, monitor user experience, interactive dashboard, messaging for system events for all involved, alerts, and full API access. They make no real claims on their website.
  • Executive Team: Alexis Le-Quoc, Co-founder and CTO, Amit Agarwal, Chief Product Officer, Oliver Pole;, Co-founder & CEO, Alex Rosemblat, VP of Marketing, Pascal Schaary, Director of Operations, Andrew Becherer, Chief Security Officer, David Obstler, CFO

SumoLogic

  • Sumo Logic offers a "cloud-native, multi-tenant platform that helps you make data-driven decisions and reduces your time to investigate security and operational issues". Their service processes more than 200+ petabytes of data and handles over 20+ million queries daily.
  • Sumo Logic was founded in 2010 in San Francisco by Christian Beedgen. They are a private, for profit company and have over 2,000 customers.
  • They acquired FactorChain on January 23, 2018.
  • They have a mission to create the leading machine data analytics platform by delivering real time insights on one cloud-native platform.
  • Sumo Logic offers an analytics platform that allows the user to collect and centralize, search and investigate, monitor and visualize, and alert and notify of problems. Sumo Logic works with many apps and integrations with a highly secure platform and world class security.
  • Pricing: Prices start at $90-$150 per month. They also offer a free plan for small projects.
  • Funding: $340 million from 6 funding rounds. The last round was 5/8/2019.
  • They claim you can reduce the time to investigate security and operational issues by 85%.
  • The claim to have multi-cloud support with over 150 apps and native integrations. The unified platform is built to scale, tailored to the user needs, proactive, predictive, secure, and powering modern enterprise.
  • Executive Team: Christian Beedgen, Co-Founder & CTO, Ramin Sayar- CEO, Steve Fitz, Chief Revenue Officer, Bruno Kurtic- Founding VP of Product Management & Strategy
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Device Pilot Competitors

Device Pilot provides analytics and automation for IoT. Paessler, DataDog, SumoLogic, Ormuco, Qore Technologies, AWS IoT Analytics, Google Cloud IoT, Microsoft Azure, SAP, Oracle, Cisco, IBM, and Thing Worx have been identified as competitors. The spreadsheet with company description and website may be viewed here.

Paessler

  • Paessler (PRTG) offers compete network monitoring capabilities for any size network. They are one of the most popular employers in Germany and have over 200,000 customers. They are a privately held company.

DataDog

  • Datadog is a monitoring service that brings everything together from metrics, server events, databases, applications, tools, and services. They are provided in a SaaS based data analytics platform.

SumoLogic

  • SumoLogic offers a "cloud-native, multi-tenant platform that helps you make data-driven decisions and reduces your time to investigate security and operational issues". Their service processes more than 200+ petabytes of data and handles over 20+ million queries daily.

Ormuco

  • Ormuco offers edge computing services (IaaS, Paas, & SaaS) for data processing.They offer Live In Motion, block chain, IoT apps, data analytics, and AR/VR. Cerebro is their monitoring product that offers incident prioritization, analysis, and automated resolution.

Qore Technologies

  • Qore Technologies offers a low cost, low code enterprise solution for IoT integration.with their Qourus Integration Engine. Their unique code can handle any architecture and has a fault tolerant design that detects and recovers from errors.

AWS IoT Analytics

  • AWS IoT Analytics is a fully managed service that can run sophisticated analytics without the cost and complexity. Data can be analyzed from millions of devices while building fast, responsive IoT applications. They offer pay as you go pricing.

Google Cloud IoT

  • "Google Cloud IoT is a complete set of tools to connect, process, store, and analyze data both at the edge and in the cloud. The platform consists of scalable, fully-managed cloud services; an integrated software stack for edge/on-premises computing with machine learning capabilities for all your IoT needs."

Microsoft Azure

  • Azure offers a large set of cloud computing services that enable the user to build, manage, and deploy applications using your preferred tools and frameworks. Azure Stream Analytics provides real time analytics and uses SQL.

SAP

  • SAP provides enterprise application software. They focus on machine learning, IoT, and advanced analytics. They offer business analytic, cloud analytics, business intelligence, enterprise planning, and predictive analytics.

Oracle

  • Oracle focuses on cloud computing, AI, block chain, IoT, and machine learning. They help companies migrate to the cloud, deploy new cloud technologies, and also with hybrid implementations. They provide business analytics that are augmented, integrative, and collaborative.

Cisco IoT Cloud Connect

  • Cisco offers network and data center collaboration, with answers that can be designed to fit the needs of any business. They offer networking, analytics, automation, AI, cloud computing, collaboration, data center, intent based networking, IoT, mobility, network architecture, security, software defined networking, and software.

IBM

  • The analytics branch of IBM offers enterprise asset management, facilities management, systems engineering, and IoT platforms. Watson offers AI and Analytics for any business.

Thing Worx IoT Platform

  • PTC has the Thing Worx platform that enables a business to connect their machines, workers, devices, and entire systems to the IoT with a flexible platform. They offer a suite of digital manufacturing solutions and remote monitoring.

Research Strategy

In order to determine competitors to Device Pilot we accessed several sites with recommendations. From this list, we narrowed it down to the businesses that provide IoT analytics solutions similar to Device Pilot.
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Device Pilot

Device Pilot was founded in 2013 in London, England by Pilgrim Beart and Rob Dobson. They have had two funding rounds that have raised $900,000. The completed spreadsheet can be accessed here.

OVERVIEW

  • "Device Pilot is the analytics, visualization, and automation tool for IoT. Plug in your data and get instant, powerful insights to track all the important metrics that your business depends on." Device Pilot offers out of the box analytics, click and pick KPIs, and is plug and play.

HISTORY

  • Device Pilot was founded in 2013 in London, England (14 Rosebery Avenue, London, London EC1R 4TD, GB) by Pilgrim Beart and Rob Dobson.
  • They are a private, for-profit company. Beart has 30 years’experience in leading high-tech companies and working with IoT.

PRODUCTS

  • Device Pilot is a SaaS tool that has analytics to analyze performance, track KPIs, and trigger actions from IoT devices.
  • Prices start at $100-$1,100 per month.
  • They include free dedicated integrations and setup support, plus full training for all users.

FUNDING

  • Device Pilot has raised $900,000 in two rounds of funding. Their latest funding round was March 2017.

CLAIMS

  • Device Pilot provides effortless IoT, powerful queries, easy KPI builder, works with existing technology, no need for a developer, real time data visualization, works with any stack, custom widgets, instant charts, visualization tools, gives patterns and trends, decrease ticket resolution time by setting alerts, zero code integration, and custom integrations.

TEAM

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Device Pilot CL 4

Oracle, Cisco IoT Cloud Connect, IBM, and ThingWorx from PTC have been identified as competitors of Device Pilot. Complete company information has been provided in the attached spreadsheet.

Oracle

  • Oracle focuses on cloud computing, AI, blockchain, IoT, and machine learning. They help companies migrate to the cloud, deploy new cloud technologies, and also with hybrid implementations. They provide business analytics that are augmented, integrative, and collaborative.
  • Oracle was founded in 1977 by Bob Miner, Ed Oates, Larry Ellison, Mark Trefgarne, and Seth Van Sickel.
  • They are a public IPO with over 10,000 employees.
  • They have had one funding round in 1983.
  • Oracle has 138 acquisitions. Their most recent acquisition was Oxygen Systems on 6/26/2019.
  • They have invested in 39 companies. This most recent investment was for Curriki ($20,000) in 2018.
  • Oracle AI-Driven Analytics is the analytics arm of the company. They state is augmented, integrated and collaborative, with industry leading AI powered, self-service analytics. Data preparation, visualization, reporting, and natural language processing are featured offered. There are three analytics products offered: Oracle Analytics Cloud, Analytics Server, and Analytics for Applications. They are scalable.
  • There was no pricing offered without asking for a quote.
  • Executive Team: Safra Catz- CEO, Larry Ellison- CTO, Mark Sunday- CIO, Mark Hurd- President & CEO, Judith Sim- CMO, Edward Screve- CCA, Douglas Kehring- EVP- Operations

Cisco IoT Cloud Connest

  • Cisco offers network and data center collaboration, with answers that can be designed to fit the needs of any business. They offer networking, analytics, automation, AI, cloud computing, collaboration, data center, intent based networking, IoT, mobility, network architecture, security, software defined networking, and software.
  • Cisco was founded in 1984, in San Jose, California, by a small group of computer scientists from Stanford University. They are publicly traded company.
  • They have acquired 2019 companies, with their most recent being Voicea on August 7, 2019.
  • Cisco has made 204 investments to date. Their most recent was Portworx, which they invested $27 million into.
  • Cisco Kinetic is the new Cisco offering that deals with IoT data. Kinetic enable you to extract data and normalize it to make it usable on applications. It will compute data on the edge in the cloud by applying rules that put data in motion for fast decisions and data reduction. It will also move data to multiple locations, while enforcing policies and security.
  • Kinetic has three modules: Data control (DCM), which moves data from connected devices to applications by the use of policies. The Edge and Fog Processing Module (EFM) computes the data in nodes and makes critical decisions to use the network resources efficiently. The Gateway Management Module (GMM) is a dashboard that lets you scale and secure the workflow.
  • These modules combine the old offerings of Cisco Edge Fog Fabric, Service Exchange Platform, Experience Platform, and the Cisco Enterprise Mobility Service Platform.
  • Pricing: The client must call to get appropriate pricing.
  • Cisco has raised $2.5 million in one funding round in 1987.
  • Executive Team: Chuck Robbines- CEO, Rebecca Jacoby- CIO, SVP, IT Cloud & Systems Management Technology Group, Matt Swartz- Principal Engineer, Eric Wenger- Director Cybersecurity & Privacy, Jon Koplin- Managing Director EMEAR"

IBM

  • The analytics branch of IBM offers enterprise asset management, facilities management, systems engineering, and IoT platforms. Watson offers AI and Analytics for any business.
  • IBM was founded in 1911 by Thomas Watson. They are headquartered in Armonk, NY. They are a public company with over 400,000 employees.
  • IBM invests more than $6 billion per year in R&D. They are home to 5 Nobel Laureates and many other awards. They hold 49,759 patents.
  • They have acquired 180 organizations, with the most recent being T-Systems Mainframe Services in 2019.
  • They have made 30 investments, with the most recent being Modcam in 2019.
  • The IBM Hybrid Data Management Platform enables the user to collect, manage and provide business insights. It includes the following products: Db2, Db2 Warehouse, Big SQL, Db2 Event Store, Db2 on Cloud, Hosted, Db2 Warehouse on Cloud.
  • Db2 Warehouse on Cloud manages data over its lifetime. Db2 Big SQL- Is a hybrid, high-performacne SQL engine. Db2 Event analyzes over 250 billion events per day for analysis. Db2 Warehouse is the software defined data warehouse.
  • In addition, IBM offers Cloud Pak for Data to simplify and unify how data is collected. It is a multi-cloud platform that is scalable for analytics.
  • IBM Cloud pack is purchased in addition to the Db2 product line.
  • Pricing: Hybrid Data Management starts at $250 per month. The Db2 products must have FlexPoints purchased. Specific prices for FlexPoints were not listed without signing up.
  • Executive Team: Virginia Rometty- Chairman, President & CEO, Michelle Browdy- SVP, Ray Day- CCO, Mark Foster- SVP Legal & Regulatory Affairs, Diane Gherson- CHRO, Dr. Dario Gil- Director of Research, James Kavanaugh- CSO & SVP

PTC- ThingWorx

  • PTC has the ThingWorx platform that enables a business to connect their machines, workers, devices, and entire systems to the IoT with a flexible platform. They offer a suite of digital manufacturing solutions and remote monitoring.
  • PTF was founded in 1985 by Daniel Dean and James Heppelmann. They are located in Boston and are a public company.
  • PTC has over 6,000 employees and serves more than 28,000 businesses.
  • PTC has acquired 30 organization, with the most recent being TWNKLS in 2019.
  • They have made three investments, with the most recent being Matterport in 2019.
  • Thing Worx IoT Platform is their IoT offering.
  • This platform is functional, flexible, secure, and scalable. It has the capabilities to connect assets and systems, build IoT applications, manage and orchestrate assets, act on data with analytics, and IoT driven employee experiences.
  • Pricing: Not provided.
  • PTC has raised over $1 billion in one funding round in 2018.
  • Claims: Recommended by analysts, trusted by customers, proven in the field, and preferred by partners.
  • Executive Team: James Heppleman- Founder & CEO, Kristian Talvitie- EVP & CFO, Barry Cohen- EVP- Strategy, Matthew Cohen- EVP Worlwide Field Ops
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