Inductive Automation expanding

Jan. 23, 2017
The unlimited licensing model removes economic and technological barriers.
Inductive Automation has purchased a building for its corporate headquarters that is 2½ times
larger than its current space, with plans to move in July.

Inductive Automation, maker of industrial automation software used in varied industries around the globe, has grown rapidly since its inception in 2003, fueled by its unlimited licensing model, which removes economic and technological barriers for industrial organizations seeking more data from their operations and processes.

“When we first moved here from Sacramento, we had 20 employees,” said Steve Hechtman, president and CEO of Inductive Automation. “Now we have more than 100, and we look forward to continuing our growth at our new site. The larger building will allow us to expand to about 300 team members, as we continue to serve the global marketplace in industrial automation.”