Welcome August ’19 New Members


MassTLC is excited to welcome 16 new member companies to our community this month. From agriculture, to banking, to manufacturing, security, and beyond, read on to learn more about the work that each is doing here in Massachusetts and across the world.







Babson College

Babson is the educator, convener and thought leader for Entrepreneurship of All Kinds. An independent, not-for-profit institution, Babson is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). Each academic year, more than 2,100 undergraduate and 900 graduate students attend Babson, representing more than 80 countries.





Capital One

Capital One Financial Corporation is a diversified banking company focused primarily on consumer and commercial lending and deposit origination. Its principal business segments are Local Banking and National Lending. Local Banking includes consumer, small business and commercial deposits, and lending conducted within its branch network. The National Lending segment consists of three sub-segments: the U.S. Card sub-segment, which consists of domestic consumer credit and debit card activities; the Auto Finance sub-segment, which includes automobile and other motor vehicle financing activities, and the Global Financial Services sub-segment consisting of international lending activities, small business lending, installment loans, home loans, healthcare financing and other diversified activities. 




Carbon Relay

Carbon Relay supports large enterprises in boosting efficiencies, reducing costs and having a positive impact on emissions. The company employs Deep Reinforcement Learning and Augmented Intelligence to automatically control the operation of industrial HVAC and lighting equipment, achieving results of up to 5X the existing tools.  Carbon Relay’s world-class team of data scientists, engineers and experts is already making an impact at some of the largest companies in the world.






CircleCI is the world’s largest shared continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform, and the central hub where code moves from idea to delivery. As one of the most-used DevOps tools that processes more than 1 million builds a day, CircleCI has unique access to data on how engineering teams work, and how their code runs. Companies like Spotify, Coinbase, Stitch Fix, and BuzzFeed use us to improve engineering team productivity, release better products, and get to market faster. 





Elsen is the Platform-as-a-Service company for large financial institutions. The Elsen nPlatform enables anyone to effortlessly harness vast quantities of data to make better decisions and quickly solve the most complex problems.


Fourth Dimension Associates LLC

Growing small high-tech companies using a combination of strategic guidance and ‘hands-on’ interim/part time senior management.

• helping technical founders commercialize their concepts
• creative strategic and operational solutions to business and marketing issues
• leadership/operational roles in startup through emerging growth companies (2-125 people)
• products and services for commercial and industrial markets
• diverse technical background in wireless remote monitoring systems and services (M2M, IoT), electromechanical systems, and electronic and electro optic instrumentation





Hysolate is revolutionizing enterprise endpoints, making them as flexible and secure as the cloud or the data center. The company’s  “Software-Defined Endpoints”​ platform resolves the conflict between security and productivity to bring air gap grade security to the enterprise and at the same time free knowledge workers from past usage restrictions. The solution replaces the traditional endpoint OS with a bare-metal hypervisor that splits the endpoint into a few fully isolated local VMs, in a way that is completely seamless to the user. Security and IT controls that used to be bundled to the OS can now run below the OS as part of the hypervisor platform and independent of OS, application or device hardware.







Inari Agriculture, Inc.

Inari Agriculture, Inc. is an exciting early stage, high growth company working to create a winning global food system for all. The company is taking a revolutionary approach to transform plant breeding and contribute to a transparent agriculture system that is climate resilient and respectful of the environment, promotes nutrition and health, empowers all farmers, and can continue to feed the growing global population. 






MassMEP is the expert resource committed to manufacturing growth in Massachusetts. MassMEP creates economic impact by transforming manufacturing enterprises and the manufacturing ecosystem. This is achieved through providing operational excellence, workforce development strategies and innovative growth initiatives, enhanced through leveraging strategic public/private relationships.




Meteor Learning

Deeply rooted in competency-based learning models, Meteor Learning is uniquely qualified to partner with higher education in developing personalized, online competency-based education (CBE) programs that build job-ready skills and enhance career advancement. By aligning with industry to build workforce needs into the program development process, Meteor Learning’s partners are able to launch differentiated degrees that deliver unparalleled value for working professionals. Meteor Learning drives value for its higher education partners by attracting new student segments, generating incremental enrollments, and creating new revenue streams.   Meteor Learning also drives value for employer partners by reducing training costs, delivering access to a pool of highly qualified candidates, and improving employee productivity.




Nasuni Corporation

Nasuni enables organizations to store, protect, synchronize and collaborate on files across all locations at scale. Nasuni Cloud File Services™, powered by the Nasuni UniFS® global file system, leverages cloud storage to modernize primary NAS and file server storage; archiving; backup; and disaster recovery, while offering transformational new capabilities for multi-site file sharing. By combining the low cost, unlimited capacity, and durability of object storage from leading cloud vendors such as Amazon, Azure, Dell EMC, and IBM, with the high performance, security, and broad application compatibility of traditional file storage, the Nasuni subscription service improves workforce productivity, simplifies IT operations, and reduces IT costs. The world’s largest companies in 12 industry sectors rely on Nasuni to maximize the business value of their file data and ensure business continuity.





Oort Inc.

Oort operates a global security fabric for efficiently connecting our world using the power of Edge Computing. 




Product Security Group, Inc.

Unlike many other security consultants, Product Security Group is formed of product people. The company’s pragmatic focus is gleaned from many years in the trenches of product delivery and design. This, along with strong security expertise, allows Product Security Group to help you make the right decisions to secure your customers and business while still meeting that product delivery date.






ReversingLabs is the leader in cloud-delivered object security, addressing the latest attacks, advanced persistent threats and polymorphic malware. ReversingLabs has become an essential threat solution across the most advanced security companies in the industry, while supporting all industries searching for a better way to get at the root of the network, endpoint, and application threat problem, of which complex objects have become the major risk contributor.





Sasaki Foundation

The Sasaki Foundation believes design has the power to address the most urgent challenges facing us today, from social equity to environmental resilience. It is an agent of change. And yet, access to design—for communities who need it the most—is often limited. Making meaningful and lasting change requires designers to blur the boundaries that separate practice and research, academia and industry, the profession and the public. Making change requires designers to embrace vastly different points of view. Above all, making change requires collective impact. At the intersection of research, practice, and community, the Sasaki Foundation is committed to advancing the value of design, inviting diverse partners to co-create change.







WGBH is a public media powerhouse, serving the neighborhood and the nation with award-winning programs and services that educate, inspire, and entertain. Through television, radio, the Web, mobile, and a growing number of other platforms, WGBH enriches people’s lives, producing non-commercial, member- supported content that fosters citizenship and culture, the joy of learning, and the power of diverse perspectives.