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Graham Immerman
February 20, 2018

We recently spoke with Bostinno about what we do and about our goals for this year. They spoke about our technology and said, "The result is that manufacturers can increase machine capacity by upwards of 20 percent, Bither said. According to one customer, Carolina Precision Manufacturing, that helped the company increase capacity by $1.5 million in 2016 with no extra machines." Click the link to check out the full article! Thank you to Bostinno for the feature! 

Industrial IoT Startup MachineMetrics Is Out Raising a Series A RoundSource: http://www.americaninno.com

MachineMetrics, an industrial Internet of Things startup in western Massachusetts, is out raising a Series A round to expand its manufacturing analytics software business. CEO and co-founder Bill Bither, a two-time entrepreneur who learned his way around a machine shop working for a United Technologies subsidiary earlier in his career, told BostInno that his Northampton-based company is actively seeking to raise a new round for the first half of 2018. The company previously raised a $2 million seed round in 2016 from Hyperplane Venture Capital, Bolt, LRV Health and MassVentures. Read More

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