Senseye wins Startups 100 Top Regional Business award

Chosen by top UK-based entrepreneurs, the Startups 100 Judges’ Picks have been selected to reflect some of the top trends in this year’s list.

With a range of finance companies taking the top spots, these categories cover a range of themes, with judging based on the strength of a company’s proposition compared to companies in the same category.

This year’s judges were:

  • Titus Sharpe – serial entrepreneur and founder of MVF
  • Gi Fernando – investor and inventor specialising in technology, data and behaviour
  • Gemma Metcalfe-Beckers – influencer, entrepreneur, and small business supporter
  • Tim Rodber – CEO of the Instant Group and ex-England rugby player
  • Alex Farrell – entrepreneur with a passion for about digital and tech

Startups 100 Top Regional Business

Winner – Senseye
Ranked 34th in the full Startups 100 list, Senseye stood out as a top regional business and earned the top spot in this category.

Based in the South East, Senseye is a cloud-based product for predictive maintenance. Used by teams to halve unplanned downtime and to increase maintenance efficiency, this product uses proprietary machine-learning algorithms to forecast failures and predict product decline rates. Typically, Senseye achieves ROI in less than three months and with founders hailing from the aerospace and defense industries, Senseye boasts a pedigree and scale that many other businesses simply cannot match.

View Senseye’s full profile here.


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