Boston, MA – December 15, 2013: Silverthread, a Boston based software economics company, was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) I-Corps grant as a representative of MIT in 2013. The grant provides Silverthread with the resources to launch the commercialization of its software architecture analysis products – a major milestone for Silverthread.
“We’re honored to represent MIT for the NSF I-Corps program,” says, Dan Sturtevant, CEO at Silverthread. “This is an exciting opportunity for Silverthead to gain valuable insights from customer discovery and validate the CodeMRI platform.”
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.
The NSF works to promote the progress of science by supporting research and education in all fields of science and engineering. The NSF I-Corps program enables scientists and engineers to extend their research projects beyond the university laboratory towards commercialization. Through I-Corps, NSF grantees learn to identify valuable product opportunities that can emerge from academic research, and gain skills in entrepreneurship through training in customer discovery and guidance from established entrepreneurs. Learn more at https://www.nsf.gov/news/special_reports/i-corps/.