Creating the Internet of Things | Charlie Key from Losant

You may have heard about the internet of things (IoT)—or it may have already become so ingrained in your life, you forgot it had a name. Everything is talking to each other these days, from washing machines to lightbulbs to industrial manufacturing equipment. And they all need a platform to communicate.

This is where Charlie Key comes in, with his tech startup, Losant, which offers a development platform for IoT products and services.

Some of their clients include the world’s biggest brands, such as Verizon, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), P&G, and Chevron.

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Charlie Key is co-founder and CEO of Losant. He focuses his day-to-day responsibilities on working with Losant’s enterprise partners and customers. Charlie has spent more than a dozen years in the software and technology space.

He has worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies to build business-changing software and applications. His unique background as a CEO and engineer enables him to eloquently communicate how IoT can serve as a viable solution to everyday business challenges, including surviving and competing in an ever-changing landscape.

In addition to starting Losant, Charlie and his team founded Modulus and Switch on the Code (SOTC). Modulus was a robust general platform for running software at scale anywhere around the world.

Modulus was acquired by Progress Software ($PRGS) in 2014, where Charlie stayed on as Senior Director of Business Development. SOTC was primarily a content site for tutorials on how to create software with a variety of technologies. In 2012 SOTC was acquired by for the content library and site traffic. 



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