TimeSeries, the leading Smart App Company, announced the launch of the TimeSeries Smart App Suite© today, enabling enterprises to leverage configurable templates for a variety of domains and industries to jumpstart their digital transformation. In addition to a superior and proven Center of Excellence, the IT company now offers a suite that consists of configurable smart solutions for Automated Planning, Predictive Maintenance, Intelligent Insight, Asset Tracking and Management and Smart Warehousing. With over 100 global customers, ranging from Fortune 2,000 to innovative mid-market enterprises, TimeSeries covers a broad spectrum of industries, including Energy and Utilities, Facilities Management, Manufacturing, Transportation and Logistics, Healthcare, Telco, Finance and more.
Just over a month ago, TimeSeries appointed Vincent de la Mar as Chief Sales Officer to define the growth strategy and Go-to-Market plan, while rapidly expanding the services and sales organization. Mr. de la Mar launched leading low-code platform provider Mendix in North America in 2008 and helped grow the company to a successful $730M acquisition by Siemens AG in October 2018. As one of the first core team members at Mendix, Mr. de la Mar fulfilled many different sales and management roles and was responsible for closing the largest and most strategic engagements.
“I’m very excited to join such a strong team with truly A+ players, superior technology, partners and reference customers,” said Vincent. “This is the next phase for a talented team that has already had so many successes. Now it comes down to taking this to the next level and optimizing our execution and processes with a repeatable Go-to-Market plan, which is exactly what I love to do. It’s amazing to connect the dots and to see the ideas I have come alive this quickly, within an industry that’s undergoing so many changes and growth.”, referring to the launch of the TimeSeries Smart App Suite©.
TimeSeries is growing rapidly with several offices in North America, the Netherlands and Germany.