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Plutoshift is a company developing a data intelligence platform for industrial processes. The company provides a cloud-based solution designed for teams to track, predict, and communicate decisions and the efficiency of critical physical assets and processes used in manufacturing. By discovering insights from existing data sources in real-time, the system enables water, food, beverage, brewing, chemicals, and energy industry companies to have a holistic view of key cost drivers and resources that impact their business.

HQPalo Alto, CA, US

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2021)35(+10%)
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Key People/Management at Plutoshift

Prateek Joshi

Prateek Joshi

CEO and Founder
John Hoholik

John Hoholik

Chief Operating Officer & Chief Revenue Officer
Will Braun

Will Braun

Director, Data Intelligence & Analytics
Melissa Dunn

Melissa Dunn

VP, Customer Engagement
John Sizemore

John Sizemore

VP, Data Intelligence & Analytics
Ari Opsahl

Ari Opsahl

VP, Business Development
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Plutoshift Office Locations

Plutoshift has an office in Palo Alto
Palo Alto, CA, US (HQ)
435 Hamilton Ave
Palo Alto, CA, US
550 Hamilton Ave #130
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Plutoshift Financials and Metrics

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Plutoshift total Funding

$10.1 m

Plutoshift latest funding size

$8 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Plutoshift investors

Plutoshift's latest funding round in September 2019 was reported to be $8 m. In total, Plutoshift has raised $10.1 m
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Plutoshift Cybersecurity Score

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Plutoshift Online and Social Media Presence

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Plutoshift Blogs

5 ways for business leaders to package AI into bite-sized pieces

By Prateek Joshi Large companies have been tackling the issue of AI for the last few years. Business leaders are often faced with the problem of figuring out how to use this technology in a practical way. Any new technology needs to be packaged into bite-sized pieces to show that it works. These “su…

Building vs Buying AI Platforms: 6 Tradeoffs To Consider

By Prateek Joshi Companies that produce physical goods and services have been around for a long time. These companies drive our economy. If you’re one such company, your core goal is to get your customers to love your primary offering. Your aim is to produce these goods/services at a low cost, sell …

7 roles your company needs to make AI initiatives successful

By Prateek Joshi Modern companies have complex infrastructure with large operational teams. They tend to generate a lot of data across different functional areas of a business. Having this data gives them an advantage that can help drive operational efficiency and directly impact revenue. To extract…

5 ways in which modern teams manage their operations infrastructure

By: Prateek Joshi Companies that produce physical goods have expansive operations infrastructure. This infrastructure is well instrumented, which means they are collecting data continuously. But it is the operations teams’ responsibility to make sure they monitor everything. How do they make sure th…

4 key learnings from working with companies that drive our economy

By: Prateek Joshi At Plutoshift, we work closely with companies that drive our economy such as manufacturers, service providers, warehouse operators, distributors, and logistics providers. As we approach the tail end of 2020, we wanted to know — How are companies managing their work amidst the chaos…

Why COVID-19 is the imperative that will bring AI to industry.

By: Andrew Carlisle, Manager, Backend Engineer at Plutoshift When COVID-19 first began it’s community spread in the US in March, we saw a very mixed reaction from industry at large. In some places, business continued as usual, often resulting in crippling COVID-19 outbreaks. Others completely shut d…
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Plutoshift Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Plutoshift founded?

    Plutoshift was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Plutoshift key executives?

    Plutoshift's key executives are Prateek Joshi, John Hoholik and Will Braun.

  • How many employees does Plutoshift have?

    Plutoshift has 35 employees.

  • Who are Plutoshift competitors?

    Competitors of Plutoshift include Breezler, Heyday and

  • Where is Plutoshift headquarters?

    Plutoshift headquarters is located at 435 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto.

  • Where are Plutoshift offices?

    Plutoshift has an office in Palo Alto.

  • How many offices does Plutoshift have?

    Plutoshift has 2 offices.