Sight Machine

Why Microsoft, Siemens, Accenture, And Others Are Partnering With Sight Machine

About this Event

Sight Machine has built the preeminent Manufacturing Data Platform that automates data transformation and analyzes it using custom AI. Ultimately, this platform creates business value by generating solutions that help factories operate more efficiently and effectively. Sight Machine creates the context manufacturers need to understand what the data means, how the machines and processes interact, how product moves through a system, and how to improve production metrics.

Sight Machine is already working with leading companies including Siemens, Coca Cola and General Mills. Thanks to its partnership with Microsoft Azure, Sight Machine has access to a broad customer base across a wide variety of industries including automotive, aerospace, pharmaceutical, electronics and more. The company currently has $10M ARR and is growing at 60% per year.

Register now to watch this webinar with Sight Machine CEO, Jon Sobel, to hear how the company’s proprietary AI platform is helping the $15T manufacturing industry improve quality, efficiency, and profits, paying for itself in just months.

Hosted by Steven Saltzstein. CEO, Force Family Office

Video On Demand

– Recorded

May 23


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