Solulever, a global Digital Manufacturing Platform provider from The Netherlands simplifying the digitization of manufacturing operations with its microservices architecture-based hybrid (edge, fog, cloud) industrial platforms, has welcomed Werner Boeing to its advisory board. Mr. Boeing is co-founder and CEO at evisory GmbH in Germany.
As a Dutch company with a wholly owned subsidiary in India, Solulever develops industrial platforms that make digital transformation for manufacturing operations “simple, economical, adaptable, and quick.” Taurus Group, a $200 million European leader in cutting-edge storage and computation infrastructure, including high-performance compute, open compute, and edge compute, has invested in Solulever. Taurus Group is headquartered in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany.
Werner Boeing joined Roche in 2009, first in the Pharmaceutical Division, and then at Roche Diagnostics, where he served as the CIO and a member of the divisional board for almost ten years. Roche, headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, is one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical businesses, with revenues of about CHF 58 billion in FY 2020.
Mr. Boeing was the VP of IT for Europe and Emerging Markets at Campbell Soup Company between 2005 and 2009, an American processed food and snack behemoth with FY 2020 revenues of more than $8 billion. Mr. Boeing formerly held positions of leadership at Masterfoods and inpro. While being the CEO and co-founder of evisory GmbH, he now serves on the advisory boards of Orbit Health and other startups and businesses.
“Joining the Solulever advisory board and supporting their leadership to deliver on its vision is a great honor for me,” said Werner Boeing. “It feels like going full circle as I started my career in a digital manufacturing think tank of the German automotive industry a long time ago. To me, this shows that it is all about execution and finding ways to make digital manufacturing capabilities accessible in the real world across all industries until today. That is why the product offerings and vision of Solulever are so relevant and compelling, it is driven by creating real impact for its clients delivering on their digital manufacturing strategy.”
“We are honored to welcome Mr. Boeing to our advisory board”, said Jitesh Kohli, CEO and co-founder of Solulever. “We deliver a strong digital foundation for manufacturers to achieve fast, affordable, and high-impact operations transformation. Our platform harnesses the power of the latest technologies, while also maximizing returns from existing OT and IT investments of a customer. Mr. Boeing brings a rich experience of doing exactly the same, while building innovative technology-led business models for globally leading manufacturers. We are excited about learning from Mr. Boeing’s thought leadership and co-shaping the future of digital manufacturing.”
Solulever’s microservices architecture-based hybrid (edge, fog, cloud) industrial solutions, Brabo Edge Platform and Brabo Factory Cloud, would simplify the digitization of manufacturing operations. For driving ongoing digitalization processes, their Brabo platform connects, contextualizes, analyzes, reacts, and historizes OT/IT/IIoT data. To accomplish a full digitalization of plant operations, the platform provides real-time analytics, corrective/preventive intervention, and automation.
Brabo Asset Studio and Brabo Process Studio, a customizable analytics package, provide manufacturing companies with the highest flexibility and scalability. This would make it possible for manufacturers to drive plant specific ROI, irrespective of plant size, the current state of technology, digital maturity, et cetera.
“Mr. Boeing’s addition to the board solidifies our commitment to drive meaningful innovation for batch and process industries,” said Rajat Sabharwal, CTO and co-founder of Solulever. “Mr. Boeing is a visionary and an industry respected veteran. With his foresight, he has helmed technology led business transformations at some of the most coveted manufacturing enterprises. We are keen to learn from his experiences and further enrich our platform offering with his guidance. On behalf of the entire technology R&D team at Solulever, I welcome Mr. Boeing to our Advisory Board and look forward to exciting developments ahead.”