Venture Capital: AI-Assisted Industrial Management Platform Tractian Lands $45M

With the funding, Tractian could reach profitability by the end of this year, according to CEO and co-founder Igor Marinelli.

Tractian, a leading industrial IoT and enterprise asset management software company, has secured $45 million in growth capital. The funding, led by General Catalyst and involving existing investor Next47 and strategic angels like Ronan de Hooge and Ron Gill, aims to transform the work of maintenance professionals through their hardware-software solution. With over 1,000 industrial plants using Tractian’s asset monitoring system, the company is set to expand its customer base and invest in technological innovation for maintenance operators.

Tractian’s platform and sensors monitor machine health, preventing unplanned downtime, providing comprehensive oversight for maintenance technicians and decision-makers. The company serves various industries, achieving significant ROI and annual savings for its customers. A significant achievement is the launch of the AI-Assisted Maintenance category, where artificial intelligence identifies issues and suggests preventive actions, augmenting maintenance professionals’ capabilities. This technology has the potential to alleviate labor shortages and enhance workforce management in industrial settings.

Tractian customers include John Deere (NYSE: DE), Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG), Caterpillar (NYSE: CAT), Goodyear (NASDAQ: GT), Carrier (NYSE: CARR), Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI), and Bimbo (BMV: BIMBOA), the owner of the brands Little Bites and Thomas Bagels.

Tractian’s customers see a 6-12x ROI with savings of $6,000 per monitored machine annually on average, the company said in a statement.

The company’s rapid growth and commitment to product innovation have attracted significant investment interest, with potential to build a global industrial intelligence platform to address unmet needs in the market.

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