Parsable, formerly known as Wearable Intelligence, is a mobile collaboration and workflow platform for industrial workers with modern digital tools to improve productivity, quality and safety.
Parsable empowers industrial workers with modern digital tools to improve productivity, quality and safety.
Parsable was founded in 2013 by Ryan Junee, Yan-David Erlich and Chase Feiger. The company is headquartered San Francisco, California with offices in Austin; New York; Vancouver, Canada, and Dublin, Ireland.
Parsable's mission is to give human work a digital edge in an increasingly automated world.
The Parsable Connected Worker Platform transforms static, paper-based procedures into mobile and interactive work instructions, enabling workers to leverage multimedia formats and collaborate in real time. With Parsable, companies gain unprecedented insight into human work by capturing essential data to improve their operations at scale.
The mobile-first Parsable Connected Worker Platform guides frontline workers and their activities through digital, rich-media standard work procedures, enables real-time and remote collaboration, and triggers automated actions in business systems and machines.
Parsable customers include iconic companies such as Corteva Agriscience, Grupo Bimbo, Georgia-Pacific, Henkel, Shell, Suntory and Yara, in addition to many other leading global producers in consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturing, paper and packaging, transportation, and energy. The company's Connected Worker Platform is globally deployed and has users in more than 130 countries, and is available in 14 languages.
Parsable is backed by Lightspeed Venture Partners, Future Fund, Honeywell, Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures, Activate Capital, Glade Brook Capital Partners, Alumni Ventures Group, Cisco Investments and others. The company raised $60M in Series D round on Aug 11, 2020. This brings Parsable's total funding to $132.9M to date. Parsable was recognized a Winner of the 2017 Red Herring Top 100 North America Award.