MANAGEMENT Aarik Williams – Director of Sales Opera3ons, Defender Direct Felicia Enuha – Assistant Marke3ng Manager at Ecolab Sola Lawal – PhD candidate, Maintenance Engineer, entrepreneur
CURRENT STATUS & TIMELINE Build prototype and conduct Obtain Prepare for feasibility Business plan addi3onal launch analysis completed funding Recruited $15,000 Release full advisory invested by featured board management product members team
TAGLINE Leveraging QR codes, Right Track: • Reduces unplanned down3me • Reduces maintenance costs • Reduces EH&S costs To make manufacturing ﬁrms more money. Right Place. Right Time. Right Track.
USE OF FUNDS Item Cost Development $160,000 Oﬃce and Computer $ 10,000 Equipment Sales and Marke;ng $ 20,000 Materials Industry Trade Shows $ 45,000 Other $ 15,000 Total $250,000
ADVISORY BOARD Riley Wilson – President UpArrow, SAP Consultant and subject maier expert. He has consulted for Shell, BP, ExxonMobil, Suncor Energy and other prominent petrochemical companies. Shakira Tilghman– Professor Computer Science and experienced Team Leader of EDS at General Motors. She serves as president of Millenium African Projects, and also sits on the boards of several non-‐proﬁt organiza3ons. George Shofoluwe – Senior Vice President of Deltatek Energy Incorporated and ex-‐DOW SAP Implementa3on Leader, Maintenance Process Leader, Dow Strategic Sourcing Leader, and CEO and co-‐founder of an HVAC consul3ng ﬁrm.
Product Oﬀering ·∙ QR code digital and physical genera3on ·∙ Codes linked to informa3on repository w/ repair guide informa3on ·∙ Data captured and accessible for top 10 unexpected down3me causes ·∙ Usage analy3cs captured for future preven3on strategy Professional Services ·∙ Implement 3rd party Wiki solu3on as informa3on repository ·∙ Digi3za3on of standard opera3ng procedures ·∙ Cross-‐func3onal training for turnkey handoﬀ to client Sales
Figure 5 – Small Companies Dominate the Industrial Landscape (Updated January 2013) 120,000Number of Manufacturing Firms in 2010 100,000 Total Number of Firms: 290,704 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0 0-4 5-9 10-19 20-99 100-499 500+ Number of Employees per Firm Source(s): U.S. Census Bureau and MAPI
Industry Percent of Manufacturing, 2011 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Chemical Products 18 Computer and Electronic Products Food, Beverage & Tobacco Products Petroleum and Coal Products Share of Total Mfg GDP (Current $) Employment (Updated January 2013) MachinerySource(s): MAPI calculations from U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis data Fabricated Metal Products Other Transportation Equipment Share of Total Mfg Employment Miscellaneous Manufacturing Motor Vehicles, Bodies Figure 11 – Chemicals Lead Manufacturing in Terms of Output But Not and Trailers
COMPETITION Company Customer Type Focus Installa;on Mobile Bigfoot Scalable (10 to 10,000 users) All Both Yes eMaint Scalable All Web Yes Loc8 Scalable Asset Web Yes Landport Scalable Facili3es Server No Maintenance Scalable All Web No Connec;on mPulse Scalable All Web No SAP > $50,000,000 revenue Manufacturing Server No Maximo > $50,000,000 revenue Manufacturing Server No Direct Indirect Future