TFG’s introduction to Allan Young helped us secure not only capital, but the counseling and guidance to further develop opportunities that capital is helping us exploit.Erhan CakmakCEON3N
N3N makes software that helps large organizations visualize their operations. We provide the world’s number-one Internet of Things visualization platform, deployed globally with companies leading Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies. Our platform has use cases in the public sector (Smart Cities), manufacturing/supply chain, hospitality, retail and telecom. The company has received investments from Cisco Ventures and Hanwha. Cisco is also a reseller of the N3N product suite. Delivered in a SaaS or on-premise model, our solution presents to the user an automated visual playbook with which to navigate real-time events in a complex business and supporting infrastructure environment that produces multidimensional data in a variety of different formats and protocols. N3N bridges the gap between the abstract and the physical in the analytics world, mapping events to business context to enable fast, appropriate, decision-making and resource prioritization. Supported by over two dozen registered and applied patents, the solution aggregates sensor data and multiple streams of full-motion video onto a single, multilayered, display with full pan-and-zoom capability across the entire data hierarchy.
Allan Young helped us refine our messaging for the N.A. market, helped us refine our messaging, and he helped us update and improve our pitch presentation deck. Allan made several personal introductions to potential investors, and his personal belief in the mission of N3N, and continued support gave us the necessary credibility we needed to secure new capital. TFG is also providing expertise for us to build a robust financial model to guide further fundraising. With the help of TFG and Allen Young, N3N, a company originally formed in South Korea, secured U.S. capital of $500,000 for expansion and growth in its San Jose, California office, expanding staff by 10%.