ThingTrax was founded in 2015 to help manufacturers transform the way their labour, processes and machinery connect. Dedicated to building the autonomous factory of the future, using cloud computing, Internet of Things and artificial intelligence, its mission is to turn the 80% of unconnected factories worldwide into smart manufacturing hubs; connecting machines, workers and robotics to improve efficiency, increase worker safety, reduce costs and drive productivity.
Co-founded by Aman Gupta and Imran Shafqat, ThingTrax was accepted onto an accelerator run by Cisco and University College London within a year of launching. By December 2017, it had signed up its first two customers; just a year later, it was managing 600 machines for global manufacturers.
Today, its backers include some of the UK’s leading investors, and its customers number some of the world’s most innovative manufacturers.
Aman is responsible for the development of ThingTrax products enhancement and how customers deploy the company’s Smart Manufacturing Platform. Prior to co-founding the company, he worked for Microsoft, IBM, Bank of Tokyo and Capgemini in various technology roles.
Imran oversees ThingTrax’s cloud platform, drawing on his fourteen years’ of experience working with cloud architecture. A former Microsoft employee before co-founding ThingTrax, he has also worked with a variety of public and private sector enterprises to deliver large-scale, mission-critical business solutions.
Chris has more than 12 years experience in B2B sales, spanning everything from corporate banking with HSBC to the tech start-up world with businesses such as Gett. His focus at ThingTrax is on building a profitable, repeatable and scalable sales and marketing model. He is also an advisor to a number of technology startups in other fields.
Mads is a passionate technologist who has worked with computers and software for three decades. Professionally, he has been on the corporate side at IBM as a business executive, the founder/operator side with Sefaira, a building design software-as-a-service business, which he founded, built and exited, and now the investor side, where he helps ambitious founders build great companies. Mads is the author of multiple US patents in both the data and SaaS fields.
As managing director of the Sumaria Group, Ankush has extensive experience in leading and managing manufacturing companies, as well as investing and divesting both debt and equity. He also has a deep understanding of the industrial, FMCG and real estate business landscapes on an international level.
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