In the month of September, nine new companies joined MassTLC as members. Please join us in welcoming them to the community!
AcuityRobotx is a specialized engineering firm that focuses solely on software development for the robotics industry. The company has a wide range of technical expertise that supports full tech stack including everything from firmware all the way up to the cloud. AcuityRobotX’s on-demand services offer highly specialized and skilled engineering solutions dedicated to producing software that is high-quality, scalable, compliant, and on-time to market. AcuityRobotx aims to be the preferred software partner for all of the Boston-based robotics companies and beyond.
AspenTech, an asset optimization software company, makes the best companies better by optimizing the design, operation and maintenance of critical assets in complex, capital-intensive environments. Aspen Tech’s purpose-built, hardware-agnostic platform, aspenONE®, integrates seamlessly across the enterprise through the unifying language of asset optimization. AspenTech software is the connective tissue of an enterprise-wide, intelligent network, through which real-time data becomes actionable.
CyberGrants provides the most complete and trusted way to maximize the impact of Corporate Social Responsibility efforts so you can achieve Agile Social Impact. For nearly 20 years, the business has been to provide innovative software and services in the most secure and efficient way. The company has hundreds of clients partnering with us for grants management, employee engagement and volunteerism, including over half of the Fortune 100. In the last twelve months alone, CyberGrants has processed over $6.5 billion in donations and more than 50 million volunteer hours. Nearly one-third of corporate giving is processed using CyberGrants software.
Emerson College is internationally recognized as the nation’s premier institution of higher learning devoted to communication and the arts. Energized by engagement with the creative life of Boston, Los Angeles, and the Netherlands, our students are independent minds from diverse backgrounds who develop their own personal voice and expertise in professions that profoundly shape society and culture in the 21st century.
Through teaching and collaborative research, the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) discovers, designs and creates novel technologies and approaches to societal challenges—in service to the world, the nation, and our community. The school bridges disciplines, both within engineering and the applied sciences and beyond, to prepare broadly trained leaders, to advance foundational science, and to achieve translational impact. SEAS is where engineering, foundational science and the liberal arts converge. Through education and research, SEAS addresses global challenges and serves society.
Markforged is on a mission to unlock the next 10x innovation in design and manufacturing. The company builds an Industrial 3D Printing Platform to liberate designers and engineers from decades-old, slow part creation processes. NASA, Google, Ford, Amazon, Siemens and thousands of companies in 50 countries use Markforged to print same-day prototypes and produce stronger end-use parts than they did before. With Markforged, customers are able to ship 50X faster, spend 20X less, and build products that are 23X stronger.
Newmine aims to ensure retailers thrive in a transforming world with a focus on optimizing retail commerce and returns reduction. The team is composed of accomplished professionals with deep retail strategy, operations, and IT systems skills honed by decades of in-the-trenches experience. Newmine has helped some of the retail industry’s biggest brands transform their customer experience and enhance profitability and is the developer of the only AI-powered returns reduction platform, Chief Returns Officer®.
Prescient Devices, Inc. is a startup focused on building cutting-edge design automation technology for distributed and fragmented IoT systems. The company enables industrial enterprises to design, manage, and evolve next-generation IoT/IT/OT systems at scale.
Since inventing the metal wastebasket in 1912 to prevent office fires, Steelcase has been driven to solve problems for people at work. It may seem like a simple idea now, but that’s what innovation is all about. A lot has changed since then. But, one thing has remained the same. Together with its family of brands and partners, Steelcase continues to focus on innovation and helping people have a great experience at work.