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    Boston, MA, January 13, 2020 — MachineMetrics today announced it was included on Built In Boston’s list of Best Places to Work in 2020. "It is such an honor to be recognized as one of Built In Boston’s Best Places to Work in 2020. It’s exciting to see how we’ve grown as a company and look forward to what the new year brings for MachineMetrics!" -  Cynthia Patterson, Director of Finance and HR 

    Maria Christopoulos Katris, CEO and Co-Founder of Built In, said: “We extend our heartfelt congratulations to our 2020 honorees. Built In aims to change lives by connecting talented tech professionals with jobs they were born to do. These companies have become part of that mission because they stand for more than just the work they’re doing. They stand for their people and purpose.” 

    She added: “We also extend our gratitude. These companies exemplify what it means to be an employer of choice for today’s purpose-driven tech workforce. Writing about them inspires us daily and, in terms of our offering, gives us total confidence that the professionals who visit our websites will find work that gives them a strong sense of professional and personal meaning.” 

     

    About MachineMetrics 

    MachineMetrics, manufacturing’s Industrial IoT platform for machines, provides an intuitive and flexible platform to gain real-time visibility of production, digitize and enhance legacy processes, and enable optimization of machine operation. Featuring universal machine connectivity, IoT cloud data Infrastructure, and powerful vertical applications, MachineMetrics is transforming shop floor data from insights into actions that drive more profitability with their manufacturing equipment. 

    Right now, hundreds of manufacturers have connected thousands of machines to the MachineMetrics platform across global factories including National Oilwell Varco, Snap-On, Seco Tools, TE Connectivity, Hamilton Company, Gardner Denver, Altec, Hypertherm, and Fastenal.

     

    About Built In

    Working in tech is a way of life. Built In helps people live it with purpose. Across the most vibrant tech hubs in the US, Built In helps tech professionals stay on top of tech news and trends, expand their networks and carve out futures at companies they believe in. Built In attracts a niche audience of 1 million tech professionals every month and, in 2019, the company hit a milestone, serving 1,100 companies annually. Built In recently launched BuiltIn.com, a national hub for tech trend coverage and resources to help professionals grow in their careers.

     

    Best Places to Work Methodology

    Built In’s list rates companies algorithmically based on compensation data and employer benefits. Rank is determined by combining a company’s score in each of these categories.

    Learn more about MachineMetrics- an IoT Platform for Manufacturing. 

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