Over the past few weeks, the pressure and challenges on manufacturers across the world have grown exponentially. Our hearts are hurting for all affected by COVID-19, including our global customers spread out across the world who are navigating the uncertainty in today’s supply chains.
The ranking follows 422% two-year growth, $15 million Series B funding and recent CRO appointment
AUSTIN, Texas (March 13, 2020)—LeanDNA, a purpose-built inventory optimization platform for factories, announced today it ranked No. 27 on Inc. Magazine’s list of the fastest-growing Texas-based companies. This ranking reflects the company’s consistent year-over-year growth and the expansion of its inventory management footprint throughout more than 260 manufacturing sites in 16 countries.
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Executive sales and marketing leader brings more than 25 years of experience leading SaaS company growth
AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–LeanDNA, a purpose-built inventory optimization platform for factories, announced today the appointment of Tod Klubnik to Chief Revenue Officer. Continue Reading “Tod Klubnik Joins LeanDNA as Chief Revenue Officer”
(FRAMINGHAM, MA) February 14, 2020 – Supply Chain Management Review’s NextGen Supply Chain Awards will honor five solution provider and five end user companies for utilizing technologies that will shape tomorrow’s supply chains during the NextGen Supply Chain Conference.
The 2020 awards will be presented on April 28th during the NextGen Supply Chain Conference. All winners will take part in a panel discussion to highlight their projects and share their experiences with attendees. Continue Reading “LeanDNA selected as the 2020 NextGen Supply Chain Analytics Award Winner”
AUSTIN, Texas (Jan. 10, 2020)—LeanDNA announced today that its LeanDNA Factory Analytics management solution is now available on SAP® App Center. The purpose-built platform delivers factory inventory optimization and management. Continue Reading “LeanDNA Factory Analytics Now Available on SAP® App Center”
AUSTIN, Texas (Dec. 03, 2019)—LeanDNA, a purpose-built, prescriptive analytics platform for factory management, announced today it has secured $15 million in Series B funding led by S3 Ventures. Existing investors Next Coast Ventures and Rony Kahan also participated in the round. The funds will be used to scale LeanDNA’s global offering, expand its customer base and support other strategic growth initiatives. Continue Reading “LeanDNA Raises $15 Million to Fuel Growth of Factory Inventory Optimization Platform”
AUSTIN, Texas (Dec. 03, 2019)—LeanDNA, a purpose-built analytics platform for factory inventory management, announced today it is expanding its portfolio in the industrial and high-tech manufacturing industries with the addition of HySecurity, PSG Dover and Electrical Components International, Inc. (ECI). They are the latest manufacturing leaders to join LeanDNA’s growing customer base spanning aerospace and defense, medical devices and other manufacturing sectors that are revolutionizing factory inventory management. Continue Reading “LeanDNA Expands Factory Optimization Footprint in Industrial and High-Tech Manufacturing with Three Customer Additions”
LeanDNA will deliver advanced inventory analytics, supporting Spirit’s on-time delivery goals
AUSTIN, Texas (Oct. 22, 2019)—LeanDNA, a purpose-built analytics platform for factory inventory optimization and management, today announced a new partnership with Spirit AeroSystems (NYSE: SPR). Spirit, the world’s largest first-tier aerostructures manufacturer, will deploy LeanDNA’s advanced analytics platform across five of its largest manufacturing sites.
Global airline seat manufacturer transforms supply chain operations with LeanDNA’s factory management technology
AUSTIN, Texas (Sept. 17, 2019)—LeanDNA, a purpose-built analytics platform for factory inventory management, announced today it has achieved 36 percent inventory reduction in just three months for Safran Seats GB (Safran), which specializes in manufacturing business and first-class aircraft seats.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things, algorithms, cloud-based software—these buzzwords are commonly heard in the industry, but what do these technologies really mean for supply chains? How will advances in supply chain software affect the future for leaders?