2lemetry raises $4M, launches app to link IoT data with Salesforce

2lemetry has received $4 million from Salesforce Ventures and private investors, the Denver-based company announced today. The investment, which brings 2lemetry’s total raised to date up to $9 million, will go toward expanding support for the Salesforce business software ecosystem.

2lemetry’s existing ThingFabric platform collects, analyzes and filters data from large-scale deployments of connected devices. Today’s other annoucement, the launch of 2lemetry Integrate, allows that data to play nicely with database software and the Salesforce and Heroku enterprise applications.

Essentially, 2lemetry Integrate is middleware that specializes in collecting and processing the large volumes of data generated by Internet of Things and machine-to-machine technologies. Taking in thousands upon thousands of readings from sensors throughout a manufacturing process or supply chain, for instance, the software looks for “the signal in the noise” and sends only that relevant subset of data on to Salesforce.

“Because we seamlessly integrate with Salesforce, companies can easily act upon the information in an environment that they’re already used to,” 2lemetry CEO Kyle Roche said in a statement.

Learn more about 2lemetry Integrate in the video below.