C3 IoT Named to 2018 CNBC Disruptor 50 List

May 25, 2018


C3 IoT, the AI and IoT software platform for digital transformation, today announced it was recognized in the sixth annual CNBC Disruptor 50 list, a list of the most ambitious and innovative companies representing breakthrough ideas from all over the world.

“This recognition from CNBC is a testament to the C3 IoT team’s unwavering dedication to excellence and the quality of its work product,” said Thomas M. Siebel, CEO, C3 IoT. “C3 IoT is focused on building relationships with customers grounded upon the highest levels of business ethics and professionalism, with a laser focus on customer success. C3 IoT is accelerating the adoption of digital transformation at the world’s leading organizations.”

C3 IoT is a fast-emerging leader in PaaS enterprise software for rapidly developing and operating AI, predictive analytics, and IoT applications at enterprise scale. In the last year, C3 IoT sustained record bookings growth, expanded business operations globally, and significantly expanded its customer portfolio across a number of industries. The company introduced transformative AI applications that demonstrate tremendous social and economic benefit, such as chronic disease prediction in healthcare, anti-money laundering in financial services, dynamic inventory optimization in discrete manufacturing, and yield optimization in process manufacturing. Additionally, the company furthered its investments in deep learning as part of its data science pipeline to drive digital transformation at scale.

The CNBC Disruptor 50 was selected by CNBC and CNBC.com editorial staff using a proprietary blend of quantitative and qualitative information submitted by the 981 nominated companies. Disruptor 50 data partners PitchBook and IBISWorld provided additional quantitative input. CNBC’s Disruptor 50 Advisory Council, a group of 52 leading thinkers in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship, weighted the quantitative criteria and provided additional analysis of qualitative information.

Read more on CNBC here.