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Incuity Software

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About Incuity Software

Headquartered in Mission Viejo, California, Incuity Software, Inc., is a developer of real-time business intelligence software for manufacturing enterprises, commercial plants and facilities. Incuity Software drives manufacturing efficiency, reducing energy and raw material consumption. Incuity solutions are installed in over 100 customers worldwide and saving millions of dollars in energy costs annually for its' customers. Rockwell Automation, Inc. (NYSE: ROK) acquired Incuity Software, Inc. in April 2008. Co-investor was Palomar Ventures.

Headquarters Location

20532 El Toro Road Suite 308

Mission Viejo, California, 92692,

United States


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Latest Incuity Software News

Doug Lawson, CEO of ThinkIQ Joins Veracity Industrial Networks Board

Oct 5, 2017

Experienced Industrial CEO brings Founder-to-exit experience to Veracity Board ALISO VIEJO, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 5, 2017) - Veracity Industrial Networks, a leading developer of Industrial SDN-based technology for operational networks, today announced that Doug Lawson, CEO of ThinkIQ has joined the Veracity Board of Directors. "We welcome Doug to the Veracity board," said Paul Myer, Veracity CEO. "Doug's experience in growing and exiting industrial software businesses will be very helpful as Veracity is really starting to ramp." Lawson was Founder and CEO of Incuity Software, Inc., a Venture Capital funded start-up providing Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence software. As founder, Doug participated in every facet of the company including product inception, channel building, enterprise sales, financing, investor relations and exit. Incuity Software was sold to Rockwell Automation in 2008. Following Incuity's acquisition, Lawson served as the Chief Software Strategist for Rockwell Automation, a publicly-traded leader in the Industrial Automation and Information Products market. "I'm very pleased to be working with Veracity at this time," Lawson said. "The team has produced an industrial networking platform that makes Veracity a major player in a fast-growing space." Doug joins a board of directors that includes Veracity CEO, Paul Myer, Steve Litchfield, EVP & Chief Strategy Officer of Microsemi and David Whitehead, COO of Schweitzer Engineering Labs. About Veracity Industrial Networks™ Veracity delivers a resilient, secure industrial network that provides an on-premises, centralized configuration, control, and monitoring solution that tracks all connected devices and their communications. The Veracity platform is a secure-by-default network that moves beyond the detection and alerting of cyber events into a resilient network that reduces the attack surface by design. The Veracity Industrial SDN network massively reduces the complexity of the network by repurposing the switch infrastructure to ensure communication between devices is determined by the system's design. Veracity provides an innovative and comprehensive platform for critical networks that enables your business mission. For more information, visit or follow us on Twitter at @veracityio. Contact Information

Incuity Software Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Incuity Software founded?

    Incuity Software was founded in 2004.

  • Where is Incuity Software's headquarters?

    Incuity Software's headquarters is located at 20532 El Toro Road, Mission Viejo.

  • What is Incuity Software's latest funding round?

    Incuity Software's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Incuity Software raise?

    Incuity Software raised a total of $7.3M.

  • Who are the investors of Incuity Software?

    Investors of Incuity Software include Rockwell Automation, Palomar Ventures, American River Ventures and Hamilton Tech Capital Partners.

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