Tulip

Canvas Category Software : Operational Technology : Manufacturing Execution System

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Primary Location Somerville, Massachusetts, United States

Financial Status VC-C; Insight Partners, Pitango Growth, TIME Ventures, DMG MORI, NEA, Vertex Ventures, E14 Fund

Helps frontline operations and workers improve productivity. A connected frontline operations platform that connects the people, machines, devices, and the systems used in a production or logistics process in a physical location.

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Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing: Tackling data accessibility in manufacturing alongside partners

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✍️ Author: Dominik Wee

🔖 Topics: Partnership

🏢 Organizations: Microsoft, Annata, Ansys, AVEVA, Blue Yonder, IBM, PTC, Rescale, Rockwell Automation, Siemens, Sight Machine, Sitecore, Tulip


I’m very excited about all the updates being shared at Microsoft Inspire 2023, particularly about the announcement of the new AI Cloud Partner Program (MACPP) and the additional offerings and benefits this brings for partners. Under the MACPP, I’m thrilled to announce that we will be including manufacturing partner solutions through new independent software vendor (ISV) designations.

This designation represents our commitment to bringing the best partner solutions to our customers and provides a way for customers to identify proven partner solutions aligned with the Microsoft Cloud and our industry clouds. The designation validates that our partners’ solutions meet the high standards of data accessibility specific to the manufacturing industry.

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Preventing Escapes in Luxury Goods Manufacturing With Apps

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🔖 Topics: Product Escapes, Digital Work Instructions

🏭 Vertical: Apparel

🏢 Organizations: Tulip


There are two main causes of escapes. The first is a quality issue in a manufacturer’s production line — and the second is a lack of material and production data to detect and mitigate these quality issues in real time. Quality issues occur in your production line when your workers follow inconsistent processes and turn out variances of the same product. Another reason why escapes occur is the inability to detect quality issues early on, most commonly due to a lack of operational and material tracking data.

Unlike many other sectors, luxury goods manufacturing has a highly manual production process. After all, it’s the handmade quality that attracts buyers and justifies the premium price. While manufacturers need to maintain the human element in their production process, they also need to solve the challenge of inconsistent quality and late detection of defects. By adopting digital tools such as digital work instructions, luxury goods manufacturers can start building human-centric operations in which technologies serve to augment their employees’ skills — enabling them to work faster, better, and more efficiently.

Read more at Tulip Blog

Examining Composability: What Should it Look Like in Real Life?

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🔖 Topics: Manufacturing Execution System

🏢 Organizations: Tulip


The dynamic nature of manufacturing operations necessitates a dynamic set of interactions between the four key personas in composable business. As we mentioned in the beginning of this post, in order to successfully implement the “anything is composable” mentality, developers need to be everywhere. A framework for success like the one described here can make that a reality for manufacturers of all types.

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IT vs. OT: The Difference Between Information Technology and Operational Technology

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🔖 Topics: IT OT Convergence

🏢 Organizations: Tulip


For organizations with a heavy reliance on OT assets, including manufacturers, IT/OT convergence offers the potential for cost savings and resource efficiencies. It allows insights provided through sales and inventory data to be fed into the operational side of the business, enabling manufacturing equipment and power use to be optimized.

When IT and OT are seamlessly integrated, factory operators have more direct control over their manufacturing processes and the ability to monitor their operations. They can easily analyze data from complex systems in real-time, unleashing a new level of improved decision-making and operational efficiency.

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Tulip Interfaces Announces $100M Series C Led by Insight Partners to Help Frontline Industries Bring Their Operations to the Cloud

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🔖 Topics: Funding Event

🏢 Organizations: Tulip, Insight Partners


Tulip Interfaces announced today that it has raised $100 million in Series C funding led by New York-based global private equity and venture capital firm, Insight Partners. New investors Pitango Growth and Marc Benioff’s TIME Ventures joined the round, as well as existing investors DMG MORI, NEA, and Vertex Ventures US.

With Series C funding, Tulip plans to expand its international operations to better support its hundreds of global enterprise customers like Terex, Delta Faucet, and Outset Medical; spanning more than 35 countries. Tulip intends to double its headcount, expanding operations in Boston, Munich, and Budapest; and establish a new APAC HQ in early 2022. The company plans to invest in new product features, and further apply AI and data science features to commonly used customer workflows. Tulip will dedicate additional resources towards its growing user community and Frontline Operations Marketplace.

Read more at Tulip Press

Total Cost of Ownership Guide: No-Code App Platforms vs Traditional MES

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✍️ Author: Jen Dyment

🔖 Topics: cloud computing, IIoT

🏢 Organizations: Tulip


You’ve found a no-code, IIoT native application platform that can replace your MES partially or fully. You are excited about augmenting human workflows, flexible deployments, and continuous improvements — but you have to do your due diligence and prove ROI.

We get it! No-Code App Platforms are new to the Industrial and Manufacturing technology landscape. Even though they were developed for a different era, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) are a tried and tested means of coordinating, executing, and tracking manufacturing processes.

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