In the first part of our State of Manufacturing ERP series, we set the stage in terms of macro market conditions. In this next part, we profile Kenandy at a fairly high level.
Kenandy is a manufacturing ERP solution built off the Salesforce platform (Force). The platform allows Kenandy to quickly create new and enhanced functionality as well as rapidly instantiate and convert new customers to their multi-tenant cloud solution.
Over the last year, Kenandy grew 200% (YoY). It has raised a total of $55 million in venture capital and its backers include Silicon Valley powerhouses Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers, Salesforce Ventures and Lightspeed Ventures. Kenandy’s founder is Sandra Kurtzig. She previously founded Ask, makers of the ManMan ERP software product line.
I recently interviewed Kenandy’s CEO, Chuck Berger. He came to Kenandy about 18 months ago. Prior to Kenandy, he was president and CEO of Extreme Networks, a network technology manufacturer that interestingly used Oracle application software.
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