At BoldIQ we find it for our customers everyday.
Companies are expected to continuously provide more for (and with) less, all while maintaining (if not growing) profitability.
Our software generates optimal and actionable plans for resource utilization and disruption recovery, in complex business environments.
And it does it in real time, all the time.
Now you can drive significant increases in productivity, decreases in operating costs, and increases in your revenue generating capacity.
"I can confidently say that BoldIQ is a crucial element of our success and our ability to grow."
"The efficiency in our operations, the ability to manage through, and recover from disruptions, and the ongoing support BoldIQ provides, are all part of the enhanced value we bring our passengers."
In The News
August 28, 2014
BoldIQ crunches real-time data to help organizations optimize business operations - A GeekWire story by Monica Nickelsburg
June 30, 2014
How Lyft, Uber and Taxis Can Share the Road Without Adding Congestion, Fuel Burn, and Pollution to Seattle - a BoldIQ byline
June 20, 2014
Globeair Announces Integration Breakthrough With PrivateFly - featuring BoldIQ
May 30, 2014
Driverless Cars Hit the Streets -- How Do We Prepare for the Network Effect? - a BoldIQ byline
May 27, 2014
Big Data Debate: Do Analytics Trump Intuition? - An Information Week story by Jeff Bertolucci featuring BoldIQ
May 17, 2014
Driverless cars are cool, but the network layer that will run them is even cooler - a BoldIQ byline
May 15, 2014
'Send in the Drones' - featuring BoldIQ
A Little About Us
A WEALTH OF EXPERIENCE
The BoldIQ team is built on a strong foundation of technology and business services on a global scale. The leadership team has a wealth and range of experience working for and with small start-ups, multi-national Fortune 50 companies, and everything in between.
Specifically in the area of optimization, our team has lead the way in the early days of many revolutionary industries and services including video compression over the web (VDOnet), networking and virtualization (Citrix), and ‘air taxi’ operations (DayJet Corporation).