Silverthread Selected for MIT’s STEX25 Accelerator Program
Silverthread, a Boston based software economics company, was selected by the MIT Startup Exchange to participate in the STEX25 accelerator program for 25 industry ready startups. Silverthread was selected from over 1,000 companies in the MIT ecosystem as one of nine new additions to the exclusive program. The invitation recognizes startups with proven use cases, clients, or partnerships that are well-positioned for industry collaboration and is an acknowledgement of Silverthread’s potential to disrupt massive industries. Previous STEX25 participants include Arundo Analytics.
“We are excited to be selected as one of nine new members of STEX25, one of the premier accelerator programs in the world,” says Dan Sturtevant, CEO of Silverthread. “This exclusive program will provide Silverthread direct access to the management of some of the world’s largest companies who are focused on the next-generation innovation.”
The STEX25 program promotes active collaboration and partnerships between qualified startups and industry leaders. Qualified STEX25 startups include growth stage startups founded and/or led by MIT faculty, staff, or alumni, or based on MIT-licensed technology. STEX25 startups are prioritized for meetings with 240+ industry partners in MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program (ILP). Learn more at http://ilp.mit.edu/stex25.jsp.
Silverthread is the market leader in software economics ― helping executives take financial control over complex software assets. Based on 15 years of applied research at MIT and Harvard Business School ― the CodeMRI® platform allows organizations to translate software architectural health metrics into quantifiable business impacts. We have helped 100+ global commercial and government institutions gain visibility into their software asset health, and dramatically improve operational and financial outcomes. Learn more at www.silverthreadinc.com.