Flutura Decision Sciences and Analytics is an industrial Internet of things (IoT) company that focuses on machine to machine and big data analytics serving customers from manufacturing, energy and engineering industries. Its main offices are located in Palo Alto, California and has its development center in Bengaluru, India.
Flutura was co-founded by Krishnan Raman, Srikanth Muralidhara, and Derick Jose, in February 2012. Raman, formerly from Mindtree , became the chief executive.  The word ‘Flutura’ means butterfly in Albanian. Flutura developed software called Cerebra, announced by 2013. 
A Henkel factory in China was using Cerebra in 2016.  The same year, Hitachi announced it would sell the software in Japan.  The company announced US $ 7.5 million of venture capital in February 2017, led by the sovereign wealth fund of Singapore’s Temasek Holdings .  
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