Nautilus Labs rapidly expands headcount to meet global demand

By Nautilus Labs

Firm further invests in client success, engineering, and maritime data science

(New York, New York – OCTOBER 30) Nautilus Labs, the technology firm advancing the efficiency of ocean commerce through artificial intelligence, today announced the rapid expansion of its New York headquarters—further investing in client success, engineering, and maritime data science.

As part of this growth, Nautilus has hired Julia Mason as Vice President of Client Success.

Julia previously held senior leadership roles at venture-backed startups and multinational corporations in the telecom, cybersecurity, and travel industries. She holds a masters degree from Aalborg University in mobile communications; and will lead client integrations, insights and optimization, and a team of dedicated client success managers.

Matt Heider, CEO of Nautilus, said, “We’re incredibly excited that Julia has decided to lend her talent and experience to our growing team. From the beginning, close-knit client partnerships have been the bedrock of Nautilus Platform—and in creating actionable technology for fleet and vessel performance across the globe. Her arrival allows us to honor those relationships with greater momentum by continuing to drive operational excellence for clients while positively impacting the environment.”

Of the announcement, Julia noted, “Maritime shipping is a storied and vital industry to the global economy. It’s truly a privilege to partner more deeply with our clients, not only in their capacity as the backbone of world trade but as they endeavor toward human-centric digitalization. We’ll remain steadfast in this commitment—as we continue to build solutions and uncover new insights—both shoreside and at sea.

Nautilus has doubled total headcount since closing $11mm in Series A funding, led by M12 and Root Ventures, last April. The firm currently has additional open roles in client success—as well as product, engineering, and operations.

About Nautilus

Ocean commerce consumes over $100 billion dollars of fuel every year, nearly a third of which is the result of needless overconsumption. For owner-operators, reliance on manually collected and analyzed data makes it difficult to optimize fleet performance in real time. By providing a unified data platform that leverages machine learning, Nautilus helps clients make better decisions by maximizing the return for every vessel and voyage–and drive closer collaboration, greater transparency, and stronger accountability across their full fleets and shoreside teams, every day.

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