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SimpleRose's mission is to challenge the limits of optimization.
We enable optimal decision-making in an increasingly complex world where the proliferation of data and growing scope of organizations make it challenging to determine the best outcome.
Our optimization platform is built for the peta/exascale age, leveraging algorithmic innovation on a massively parallel architecture to solve existing problems exponentially faster and tackle larger problems that are infeasible using conventional optimization solutions.
Our applications include scheduling, production planning, and portfolio optimization, solving high-value problems that result in hundreds of millions of dollars of improvement to our customers' bottom line.
Proprietary architecture enables massive parallelism, resulting in thousands of times in speedup.
Automatically prevents a problem from drifting into infeasibility and controls round-off errors.
Continuous analysis updates for real-time variable changes, eliminating onerous and costly reruns and enabling rapid what-if analysis.
With years of experience creating, funding, and managing successful high-tech ventures, our founders came together around their passion for unlocking technical innovation.
Nothing tends so much to the advancement of knowledge as the application of a new instrument.”
–Sir Humphry Davy
Prior to co-founding SimpleRose, Carl was Managing Partner at Pelion Venture Partners for 10+ years and has served on the boards of 20+ companies. Previous to his venture capital career, Carl held senior executive positions at IBM, AT&T, Sun Microsystems, ETA Systems/Control Data, and Novell. Carl holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Clark University.
Prior to co-founding SimpleRose, Marti founded a management consulting agency. Before that, she led the product management group at ETA Systems, the supercomputing subsidiary of Control Data. Marti holds a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Dartmouth College.
We chose St. Louis for its vibrant tech scene, rich academic communities, diverse industries, high quality of life, and competitive cost of living.
The city is a great place to live, and as congestion and cost of living go up in other top metromarkets, the St. Louis region is becoming a destination location for both employers and employees.
And it’s sunny 202 days a year here!