It's easy to see all of the change taking place on the Internet from everyday use. The change taking place on the backend is expensive, a trend a new venture-capital-based start-up DeepField plans to take advantage of.
"There are huge changes going on behind the scenes," says Craig Labovitz, president & founder of DeepField
. "Billions of dollars are being spent to build complex infrastructure around the world."
The Ann Arbor-based start-up, which calls Tech Brewery home, is developing software that will help large corporations deal with adapting to these infrastructure changes. That software provides them "the toolset to compete," Labovitz says. The software went public on Tuesday and there are already customers signed up.
"There is a strong demand," Labovitz says.
DeepField has raised $1.6 in venture capital to develop its technology over the last year. That has allowed it to hire about a dozen people and it has five openings now for positions in sales, engineering and software development.
Source: Craig Labovitz, president & founder of DeepField
Writer: Jon Zemke