Digital Transformation Engineer
Posted on 3/27/2024
Tulip Interfaces

201-500 employees

Cloud-based platform for digitizing frontline operations
Company Overview
Tulip Interfaces, a frontrunner in frontline operations, empowers companies globally with its cloud-based platform that digitally transforms processes, guides operators, and provides real-time operational insights. Its unique approach to composable solutions has been adopted by various industries, including complex manufacturing and pharmaceuticals, to enhance productivity, error-proof processes, and facilitate continuous improvement. Recognized thrice as a Challenger on the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Manufacturing Execution Systems and as a Best Place to Work in the Boston Area, Tulip's commitment to operational excellence and employee satisfaction is evident.
Industrial & Manufacturing
Data & Analytics
B2B

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$134.1M

Founded

2012

Headquarters

Somerville, Massachusetts

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

3%

1 year growth

14%

2 year growth

65%
Locations
Cambridge, MA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
IT & Security
IT Project Management
System Administration
Requirements
  • BS degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical, Computer Science)
  • 3-5+ years of hands-on experience in manufacturing operations, quality operations, or manufacturing systems
  • Digital Transformation Aptitude
  • Preferred familiarity with systems like MES/MoM, QMS, ERP, SPC, PLM, IIoT, etc.
  • Fluency in discussing current trends related to SaaS, PaaS, IIoT, and cloud solutions
Responsibilities
  • Consult with customers, prospects, and technical stakeholders
  • Provide comprehensive pre-sales technical support
  • Assist in developing and responding to RFx documents and technical questionnaires
  • Facilitate brainstorming sessions, consensus building, and needs gathering for new customers
  • Lead scoping and estimation of implementation projects
  • Manage internal requests and provide input to cross-functional departments
  • Travel