MathWorks

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MathWorks is a developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists. Its main software products are MATLAB and Simulink. MATLAB is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. Simulink is a graphical environment for simulation and model-based design of multidomain dynamic and embedded systems.
TypePrivate
Founded1984
HQNatick, MA, US
Websitemathworks.com
Employee Ratings4.4
Overall CultureB

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)5,767(+2%)
Revenue (Y, 2019)$1 B
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at MathWorks

Jack Little

Jack Little

Co-Founder, President
Cleve Moler

Cleve Moler

Co-Founder, Chief Mathematician
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MathWorks Office Locations

MathWorks has offices in Natick, Carlsbad, Novi, Plano and in 29 other locations
Natick, MA, US (HQ)
1 Apple Hill Dr
Carlsbad, CA, US
5650 El Camino Real #250
Natick, MA, US
1 Lakeside Campus Drive
Novi, MI, US
28125 Cabot Dr #200
Plano, TX, US
5810 Tennyson Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA, US
3975 Freedom Cir
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MathWorks Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1984
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MathWorks Revenue

MathWorks's revenue was reported to be $1 b in Y, 2019
USD

Revenue (Y, 2019)

1.0b
USDY, 2019

Revenue

1.0b
USDY, 2019

Revenue/Employee

205.7k
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MathWorks Operating Metrics

MathWorks's Users was reported to be 4 m in Y, 2019.
Oct, 2019Y, 2019Aug, 2020

Countries

185185

Patents Issued

1.05 k

Trademarks

131

Users

4 m4 m
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MathWorks Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
PolySpace TechnologiesApril 25, 2007

MathWorks Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

79/100

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MathWorks Online and Social Media Presence

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MathWorks Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    B

    75/100

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    87/100

  • Compensation

    B+

    77/100

  • Diversity

    B

    71/100

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MathWorks News and Updates

AImotive Integrates RoadRunner 3D Scene Editing Capability by MathWorks into aiSim

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Feb. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- MathWorks, the leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists, and AImotive, Europe's most funded automated driving technology supplier have begun a collaboration to integrate RoadRunner into aiSim...

MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge Expands Internationally

Prestigious US high school math competition to open to UK students in 2021 Prestigious US high school math competition to open to UK students in 2021

MathWorks Introduces Motor Control Blockset for Algorithm Development

MathWorks introduces Motor Control Blockset, an add-on product for Simulink for designing and implementing motor control algorithms. Now, motor control engineers can use reference examples and Simulink blocks for developing field-oriented control algorithms to spin brushless motors. The blockset ext…

MathWorks partners with NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Institute to offer new Deep Learning with MATLAB course

MathWorks today announced that a comprehensive “Deep Learning with MATLAB” course is now available, developed in collaboration with NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Institute. The two-day course is being offered in both instructor-led online and self-paced on-demand formats throughout the rest of 2020. On com…

MathWorks named a Leader in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms

Gartner’s evaluation of MathWorks for completeness of vision and ability to execute led to the company’s position of a Leader in 2020.read more

MathWorks Boosts Support for Scientific Research with Updated Access Model for MATLAB and MATLAB Parallel Server

Today, more than a thousand universities and top research centers around the world offer their own researchers, faculty and students open access to MATLAB and MATLAB Parallel Server. The updated access model has two advantages – first, academic collaborators of these institutions may use the institu…
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MathWorks Blogs

Widgets Toolbox - MATLAB App Building Components

Sean's pick this week is Widgets Toolbox by Robyn Jackey. Contents Instagram Live Widgets Comments Instagram Live This week I tried something new and picked the file live on Instagram a couple days ago. You can watch it…

Using parfor to Make Many Web Requests

My colleague asked me to access all the pages on a web server in order to populate it's cache. I plan to use parfor to get through the more than 250k pages in a timely manner. I will also need to not go too fast and overload the server. I've used parfor before for web page access and found that it …

Designing Robots to Play Rugby by Team KJSCE Robocon

For today’s post, Maitreyee Mordekar would like to introduce you to Team KJSCE Robocon from K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering, Mumbai, India. The team has scored an All-India Rank 8 in National-DD Robocon 2020 along with obtaining the highest scores in Stage 1 and Stage 2 of the competition. The …

webcam, tiledlayout, AI, and a Refrigerator !?!

Before the pandemic (actually a couple of years before), as I was trying to find a super easy way to show the power of a pre-trained network in MATLAB, I made this example from my desk in the office. Behind there is a "board" half of which is magnetic and the other half is cloth-covered so I can h…

Building a High Five Counter Using Deep Learning

This post is from Brian Douglas, YouTube Content Creator for Control Systems and Deep Learning Applications For about a decade, I've wanted to implement this silly idea I had of measuring the acceleration of a person's hand to count the number of times they high five throughout t…

Visualizing Earth and Celestial Bodies

Jiro's Pick this week is 3D Earth and Celestial Bodies (planet3D) by Tamas Kis. I'm not an expert in astronomy or space mechanics, but this entry visually caught my attention. Tamas includes ... read more >>
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MathWorks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was MathWorks founded?

    MathWorks was founded in 1984.

  • Who are MathWorks key executives?

    MathWorks's key executives are Jack Little and Cleve Moler.

  • How many employees does MathWorks have?

    MathWorks has 5,767 employees.

  • What is MathWorks revenue?

    Latest MathWorks annual revenue is $1 b.

  • What is MathWorks revenue per employee?

    Latest MathWorks revenue per employee is $173.4 k.

  • Who are MathWorks competitors?

    Competitors of MathWorks include Exasol, H2O.ai and Maplesoft.

  • Where is MathWorks headquarters?

    MathWorks headquarters is located at 1 Apple Hill Dr, Natick.

  • Where are MathWorks offices?

    MathWorks has offices in Natick, Carlsbad, Novi, Plano and in 29 other locations.

  • How many offices does MathWorks have?

    MathWorks has 34 offices.