January 14, 2020
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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.Read more.
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.Read more.
LeanDNA Expands Factory Optimization Footprint in Industrial and High-Tech Manufacturing with Three Customer Additions
LeanDNA 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). Read more.
LeanDNA announced 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. Read more.
LeanDNA 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. Read more.
Supply chain managers now have unprecedented capabilities to analyze historical supply, demand, and order policy changes for every single part using LeanDNA’s Factory Analytics software. Read more.
Executives deepen inventory optimization with new features bringing access to operation insights through predictive analytics. Read more.
Austin Startup Aims to Bring Artificial Intelligence to Manufacturers and Disrupt Multi-Billion Dollar Inventory Optimization Market. Read more.
A spotlight of the Leaniacs who make our office a great place to work.
Before LeanDNA, Founder and CEO Richard Lebovitz spent 25 years working in factories. Through that experience, he saw an opportunity for a solution that’s built for the people who buy, sell and manage inventory. Read more.
Built In Austin
Iona Olive is a former teacher-turned MATLAB university lecturer-turned quality assurance engineer. Today she supports LeanDNA by ensuring their tools make operations more efficient for their customers. Read more.
Built In Austin
For Oliver Meek, the most fun roles in tech are those supporting industries that haven’t received a whole lot of innovation love. Like the supply chain industry, for example. As a senior account executive for LeanDNA, Meek has some fun — and then some. Read more.
Built In Austin
LeanDNA, an Austin-based startup that makes software for manufacturers, has raised a $4.5 million Series A round of funding. The round was led by Next Coast Ventures, one of Austin’s newest venture capital firms. Read more.
In a sector where many companies still track their operations with Excel spreadsheets, LeanDNA wants to help manufacturers operate smarter. Read more.
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