INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. and PUNE, India – DATTUS, an early-stage company whose technology could predict failure in industrial rotating machinery, reduce maintenance expenditures and improve worker safety, has relocated its West Lafayette office to Indianapolis.
DATTUS moved into a 2,500 square-foot office at 8910 Purdue Road on March 7, 2015. The company, which launched with the assistance of the Purdue Foundry, the Clean Energy Trust, and Founder.org, will use its new facility to expand development operations for its efficiency-focused systems.
“Proximity to our customer base, a vibrant and growing startup community, and access to great talent from some of the best universities in the country – Indianapolis was a great choice for DATTUS!” DATTUS CEO, Anurag Garg said.
With the move, DATTUS has expanded its team to include 10 full-time staff, and it’s still hiring for multiple positions in both locations.Their goal is to create up to 37 new jobs by 2020. DATTUS is currently hiring for sales, marketing, engineering, operations and data science positions. Interested applicants may apply by visiting www.dattus.com or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
DATTUS part of the FOUNDER.org Class of 2015, through which they receive mentoring from world-class mentors in the 8D company-building program. DATTUS was one of six national finalists in 2013 at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Energy Challenge.
DATTUS offers industrial system owners and operators the most accurate rotating equipment monitoring and failure prediction solutions available, improving asset management and operational efficiency, while decreasing downtime and business interruption costs. An award-winning company, DATTUS is one of the Top 10 Startups in the World, according to Founder.org. For more information, visit https://www.dattus.com/index.php.
Anurag Garg (DATTUS) – 317.688.1639 or email@example.com