Neurisium | X-Europe Startup Interview
Welcome to our X-Europe startup interview series. We have virtually sat down with a number of our founders from past cohorts to hear all about their solutions, vision for the future, and what made them tick during our X Europe programme. So whether you are a deep tech founder looking for startup support, an eagle-eyed investor, or simply interested in the possibilities that technology can bring to society, then we welcome you to take a read. Please meet Neurisium, a startup that builds AI-driven production management platforms.
Can you briefly explain what your solution is all about? What’s unique about it?
Flux, our latest product, is a rapid process development tool, which lets you digitise complex and custom processes in manufacturing. Digitise your processes in weeks, not years, with our proprietary low code process builder. Coordinate workflows, get results faster and stay ahead of client demand, all from one single platform.
What business sectors do you target? How does the technology make an impact?
This and next year we are focusing on the Automotive industry, where the pain of collaboration across the production chain has been validated with our existing clients like Daimler.
What’s the biggest milestone your startup has achieved so far, and what challenges are you still trying to overcome?
We have validated product/market fit through revenue and traction and are now in the process of scaling up with a commercial solution.
How has X-Europe helped you during the past few months?
Sure, in many ways. X-Europe has triggered our first collaboration talks with Vodafone, has helped us define our product messaging and conversion goals with our Mentor Tess and has helped us train our marketing and sales team with a growth hacking mentality.
After joining and benefiting from the services X-Europe has provided, what next steps do you envision?
We want to carry on being an active contributor to the X-Europe community and carry on with our launch plans, including a potential investor round towards the end of the year.
What advice would you give to an entrepreneur trying to pave his/her way in the artificial intelligence / machine learning landscape?
Be patient. Commercially applicable and scalable AI is still in its infancy and your dreams of growing fast might take longer than expected. Take your time and survive until you're successful.
What’s unique about the X-Europe programme?
The collaboration and non-invasive way of managing the whole programme remotely considering current conditions is really commendable! Well done!