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ElementUM is a family of patent-pending high-performance, moldable and machinable elastomer that is designed to fragment and dissolve to tiny particles after exposure to downhole brine and fluids.
The Greek alphabet was transmitted to the Romans through the Etruscan language; words dealing with writing include elementum (earlier meaning 'letter of the alphabet') and litterae, 'writing' (originally derived from Greek diphthera (SipOepa, Si^Oepa 'skin', a material on which people wrote).
Thanks to innovative software solutions such as Elementum and Amber Road, collaboration has become easier and traceable through improved visibility.
Riskmethods focuses primarily on small- to medium-sized businesses in all industries that purchase on an international basis, as does Elementum.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 20, 2016-Fontinalis Partners invest in Elementum for supply chain management platform
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-June 20, 2016-Fontinalis Partners invest in Elementum for supply chain management platform
He is Executive Advisor to Elementum, Oden Technologies and Clean Motion.
1 million in seed funding from Rothenberg Ventures and Elementum Ventures in May 2015.
One of the biggest problems that exists in the supply chain today is the fact that most tools and processes are built up around optimizing rigid hierarchies," says Rob Cheng, head of growth at Elementum.
When there's a disruption due to anything from delivery problems to labor strikes, another app, Elementum, taps into the extensive Yangtze Delta region supply chain, showing customers alternate scenarios for sourcing parts or rerouting production to any of the company's 30 other mainland plants.
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2 billion in assets under management, last year invested $40 million in Elementum Advisors LLC's specialist catastrophe reinsurance hedge fund.