Elementary Robotics recapped a successful 2020 despite the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. The company recently moved into a larger office space in Pasadena, California and has significantly grown its customer base and revenues, and plans to double employee headcount in 2021 to meet strong customer demand. Elementary has also rounded out its executive team with the recent appointments of two senior executives with decades of sales, marketing, and engineering expertise who will help steer the company as it continues on its rapid growth trajectory.
Monique Apter, EVP of Sales and Marketing
Monique brings more than 30 years of sales and marketing leadership experience to Elementary. Monique served as VP of Sales and Marketing for Kindred Systems, Inc. which was acquired by Ocado. She also held executive sales positions with Rethink Robotics, and Segway.
“While manufacturers have successfully deployed robotics and other automation technologies to reduce the cost of goods to consumers and accelerate manufacturing times to meet consumer demand, the inspection process has largely remained a manual process,” said Monique Apter. “Our new AI camera system for cloud-based inspection, will enable manufacturers to keep an eye on their production lines remotely and deliver top quality goods to their customers.”
Milind Karnik, EVP of Engineering
Prior to joining Elementary, Milind was Senior Vice President of Engineering at Cylance which was acquired by Blackberry at the end of 2018 for $1.4 billion. He has also held senior engineering positions at QLogic, LSI Corporation, Dell and Intel.
“I am thrilled to welcome two new leaders to our executive team,” said Arye Barnehama, founder and CEO of Elementary Robotics. Both Milind and Monique have proven track records and bring the leadership philosophy that will be invaluable as we continue to grow the organization and provide our customers with the advanced level of automation and precision to manufacturing inspection they deserve.”
For more information, visit https://www.elementaryrobotics.com.
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