Aspen Tech buys Montreal based AI company Mnubo Inc. for $102 million
July 12, 2019 | By The Canadian Press
Montreal-based tech firm Mnubo Inc. has been snapped up by Aspen Technology Inc. for $102 million.
Mnubo has been developing artificial intelligence and analytics infrastructure for industrial companies to deploy internet-connected equipment.
The technology allows companies like manufacturers to automatically monitor equipment to detect problems and improve efficiencies.
Aspen says the acquisition, set to close within five business days, will help it improve the next generation of solutions through artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Mnubo CEO Frederic Bastien, who co-founded the company in 2012, says the company’s Montreal location has allowed the company to attract some of the best talent in the space.
Massachusetts-based Aspen says it has also acquired UK-based Sabisu Ltd., which specializes in data visualization and workflow solutions.
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