Austin startup brings in $4.5M to help factories operate more efficiently

LeanDNA, which makes software to help manufacturers improve productivity, has raised $4.5 million to ramp up its marketing and invest in product development. The series A round was led by Next Coast Ventures, one of the newest venture capital firms in Austin.
Austin-based LeanDNA has created a software-as-a-service platform that analyzes inventory levels in real time so factory managers can boost cash flow and lower costs. The company declined to say how many workers it employs but disclosed plans…

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