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Founded Year

2016

Stage

Series B | Alive

Total Raised

$8.58M

Last Raised

$3.56M | 2 yrs ago

About Crosser

Crosser is a Swedish software company with installations in over 20 different countries. The company designs and develops a Low-Code software platform for Streaming Analytics, Automation and Integration for any Edge, On-premise or Cloud. Its aim is to remove complexity, simplify development and to enable non-programmers to innovate faster with a dramatically lower total cost of ownership.

Crosser Headquarters Location

Regeringsgatan 113

Stockholm, 111 39,

Sweden

+46733839611

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Industrials / Manufacturing Tech

Industrial low-code software enables non-technical workers to create analytics apps and automated processes, empowering frontline workers to concentrate on higher-value activities and drive “bottoms-up” innovation efforts.

Crosser named as Challenger among 8 other companies, including OutSystems, Aras, and Creatio.

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  • Crosser Node

    The generic runtime for IoT data processing that can be installed anywhere - at the Edge, On-premise and Cloud

    Differentiation

    Crosser Node is the only runtime for Industrial IoT data that is hybrid-first, meaning that the Node can be deployed in all industrial network layers (edge, on-premise and cloud). The Node is only ~… 

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The Edge Computing Landscape

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Getting the best of everything - Why and how should organizations adopt a hybrid IT strategy

Sep 12, 2022

Hybrid IT solutions are becoming a widely accepted essential for an organization’s digital transformation. Despite its necessity, many organizations lack confidence in implementing a hybrid IT infrastructure successfully across on-premise, cloud, edge and software as a service (SaaS) settings. Here, Martin Thunman, co-founder and CEO of hybrid integration expert Crosser, explores why and how organizations should implement a hybrid IT strategy. Hybrid IT solutions are becoming a widely accepted essential for an organization's digital transformation. Despite its necessity, many organizations lack confidence in implementing a hybrid IT infrastructure successfully across on-premise, cloud, edge and software as a service (SaaS) settings. Here, Martin Thunman, co-founder and CEO of hybrid integration expert Crosser, explores why and how organizations should implement a hybrid IT strategy. More Headlines Digital transformation is no longer just a desire, but an absolute for organizations in all industries looking to improve their operational efficiency. A greater business need for data control, the cost effectiveness of cloud-based services, and a desire for greater flexibility have driven many organizations towards a hybrid IT infrastructure. But what does this involve? Defining hybrid A hybrid IT infrastructure consists of a combination of cloud, edge and on-premise applications and data centers. A business' enterprise systems and applications are deployed across any of these layers of infrastructure depending on which environment would yield the greatest performance and efficiency. Hybrid IT has emerged as a result of multifaceted technological development. According to Gartner, by 2025, over half of IT spending in application software, infrastructure software, business process services and system infrastructure will shift to cloud-based technologies. An ever-growing range of cloud-based applications means that even the smallest of organizations is likely to use some form of SaaS — be it for anything from sales to asset management or quality control. It's important to not confuse hybrid IT with hybrid cloud, which exclusively blends private and public cloud services, but doesn't include other elements like data centers or on-premise infrastructure. Hybrid IT doesn't just relate to the infrastructure itself, it's an entire strategy that encapsulates hybrid collaboration, user experience, device compatibility and data formatting. The best of all worlds Adopting a hybrid IT infrastructure can bring a variety of benefits compared to an entirely cloud or entirely on-premise infrastructure. The key benefits of hybrid center around the elevated integration and interoperability of the system. According to Mulesoft's 2022 Connectivity Benchmark Report, some 88 per cent of organizations said integration challenges continue to slow digital transformation initiatives, virtually unchanged from the 2021 report's figure of 87 per cent. So, while the situation hasn't worsened, it certainly hasn't improved. By adopting a hybrid IT strategy, it's possible for organizations to avoid the complex task of migrating legacy systems and applications to their new cloud-based counterpart. It also creates a stable IT environment where cloud, edge, on-premise and data center environments can be used in harmony, each for the use cases they're optimal for. With remote working now taking a permanent seat at the table, it's also worth considering if a company wants to adopt a bring your own device (BYOD) policy, and if so, how to make certain applications available on external devices. In each of these scenarios, a hybrid IT system is the enabler of successful deployment. Going hybrid-first It's possible to elevate hybrid IT infrastructure even further to unlock a more seamless digital transformation by adopting not just a hybrid, but a hybrid-first IT strategy. A comprehensive hybrid IT strategy doesn't just facilitate interoperability and integration of different systems, but actually optimizes the entire system by taking the benefits of each environment to maximize system efficiency and functionality. In contrast to just hybrid, a hybrid-first IT infrastructure doesn't just involve piecing together different IT environments and hoping for the best, it's about designing a comprehensive system specifically for hybrid use. To support organizations looking to implement a hybrid-first strategy, Crosser offers a hybrid integration solution that gives organizations the full flexibility to deploy data processing nodes on-premise, at the edge, in the cloud and at a data center simultaneously — all within the same universal platform. Once deployed, the Crosser platform acts as a centralized location for all an organization's data processing and analysis needs. By implementing a hybrid-first IT strategy, organizations can create a bespoke blend of IT infrastructure to suit their own priorities - be it efficiency, automation, cost savings, simplicity or overall user experience. By taking the benefits of each environment, businesses can create a system designed specifically for hybrid integration, unlocking the benefits of all IT options. About Crosser Technologies Crosser is a Swedish software company with installations in over 20 different countries. We design and develop a Low-Code software platform for Streaming Analytics, Automation and Integration for any Edge, On-premise or Cloud. The Crosser Platform enables real-time processing of streaming, event-driven or batch data for Industrial IoT and Intelligent Workflows. It is the only platform of its kind that is purpose-built for Industrial and Asset Rich organizations. The solution is built to fight complexity with simplicity through the Crosser Flow Studio, the visual design tool that enables teams to innovate faster than ever without developers. The software is ideally suited for Enterprise customers of various industries and applications, including Edge Analytics, Industrial Connectivity, Industry 4.0, Streaming Analytics, Hybrid Integration and Intelligent Workflows. Industrial customers include, SCA AB, Valmet Corporation, Gebhardt, Clarebout Potatoes and RubbleMaster. Crosser was included in the "Cool Vendors in IoT Edge Computing, 2018" report by Gartner, Inc. and was named among the Top 10 Smart Factory Solutions in Europe 2020 by the industry magazine Manufacturing Technology Insights.

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  • When was Crosser founded?

    Crosser was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Crosser's headquarters?

    Crosser's headquarters is located at Regeringsgatan 113, Stockholm.

  • What is Crosser's latest funding round?

    Crosser's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Crosser raise?

    Crosser raised a total of $8.58M.

  • Who are the investors of Crosser?

    Investors of Crosser include Norrlandsfonden, Almi Invest, Spintop Ventures, Industrifonden, 42CAP and 4 more.

  • Who are Crosser's competitors?

    Competitors of Crosser include Litmus, Ready Robotics, Quartic.ai, drag & bot, Smartia, Wandelbots, Tulip, Aras, Creatio, OutSystems and 18 more.

  • What products does Crosser offer?

    Crosser's products include Crosser Node and 3 more.

  • Who are Crosser's customers?

    Customers of Crosser include Mirka, Gebhardt, Clarebout and Rubbe Master.

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