Top 20 Data Integration Solution Companies

CIO Review

Technology Magazine
7 min readOct 12, 2020


Robotics is disrupting multiple sectors, including manufacturing, logistics as well as several service sectors such as defense, medical, education, and more. The earliest industrial robot goes as back as the 1930s, which had a crane-like design and was powered by a single electric motor. Today, through technological advancements, robots are equipped with computers and sensors that allow them to perform strenuous tasks with precision and flexibility.Due to its ability to work around the clock withaccuracy and consistency, robotics has surmounted the human workforce in several industries. Witnessing their potential, organizations pursuing increased productivity and profit margins have adopted robotics on a large scale.

The implementation of robotics is transforming several sectors as their benefits, such as safety, speed, consistency, and perfection, are evident. The manufacturing industry exemplifies the idea of autonomous machines with the application of “cobots” or “collaborative robots” that supplements the human workers. On the other hand, the logistics and agriculture sector are opening up new possibilities with autonomous mobile robots that are designed to support professionals working in a structured and partially-structured environment. Furthermore, schools have begun using educational robots both in classrooms and in extracurricular activities such as visual arts, culinary arts, research, or writing. Such advancements in robotics allow organizations to be flexible as they can work in hazardous environments ensuring safety for human workers.

The continued technological advancements in robotics will appeal to the organizations that are looking to improve operational efficiency, reduce errors, prevent accidents, and ensure the safety of human workers. At this juncture, there is a wide variety of robotics solution providers entering the industry with a set of advanced and integrated offerings. To help companies strengthen their operational capabilities and simultaneously enable growth in the sector, CIOReview has compiled a list of ’10 Most Promising Robotics Solution Providers-2020.’ The list comprises prominent organizations in the industry that solve challenges in the robotics sector by implementing its current trends. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for the aspiring CIOs.

We present to you CIOReview’s,10 Most Promising Robotics Solution Providers–2020.

Top Robotics Solution Companies

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Berkshire Grey

Berkshire Grey develops a materials handling system intended to automate omnichannel fulfillment. Its system utilizes artificial intelligence, computer vision, machine learning, and novel sensing to deploy intelligent robotic systems that automate tasks never before performed by machines in commercial settings, enabling customers to achieve higher accuracy and throughput speeds than traditional approaches as well as handle the broadest assortment of products, packaging, and parcels with ease


Ecorobotics is determined to save people from risking their lives by working in confined spaces like storage tanks, clarifiers, trenches, sumps, and ponds. Ecorobotics utilizes a visual programming language (VPL) to control the robots during cleaning process. The robots are equipped with washing and vacuuming attachments and articulated robotic arms that can deliver high-volumes of water or other cleaning fluids as necessary. They can enter vessel manways effortlessly, and have the capability to perform tasks much more efficiently and in less time when compared to conventional human labor

Fusion Robotics

Fusion Robotics is ushering a paradigm shift in the posterior lumbar spinal fusion surgery market with its smaller, cost-effective, and more practical surgical robots that are set to deliver greater value to the hospital and the surgeon. The Fusion Robotics system is a small, robotic device coupled to a navigation system to assist surgeons place pedicle screws in spinal fusion procedures. The disruptive technology is simple and easy for the surgeon to use as the setup only takes 10 minutes, and the takedown time is two or three minutes as opposed to the current 30–40 minutes. Moreover, the robotic system, the size of a hardcover book, weighs just four pounds, connects directly to the operating table all while enabling the surgeon to work around with ease and deliver the same accuracy and precision

Galen Robotics

Galen Robotics is all set to be one of the first surgical robot companies to launch as a service model. The company is addressing the vital requirement of bringing to market a less expensive and versatile robot with the expectation of driving higher adoption and utilization among surgeons. The one of a kind win-win business model of ‘digital surgery as a service’ will be a boon for hospital administrators as there will be no capital expenditure for the robot. The hospital administrators will have the ability to buy only what they need, when they need it, while surgeons benefit from a surgical robot that addresses their needs. The robot expects to expand the limits of surgeon’s hand by helping them to operate safely, quickly, and precisely. The benefits translate to tool stability, tremor reduction, and extending a ‘third hand.’ Galen Robotics also fulfills surgeon-demand for versatile, configurable, and portable surgical assistants that can be easily moved between ORs

Mitsubishi Electric

With the mission of “Changes for the Better,” Mitsubishi stands for creating a brighter future for society, industry, and all facets of life through innovation. Addressing that, Mitsubishi Electric has been leveraging cutting edge factory automation through varied products for years now. The product portfolio includes controllers, drive products, power distribution and control products, electrical discharge machines, electron beam machines, industrial robots, and many more. The company brings higher productivity and quality to the factory floors. The extensive service networks of Mitsubishi Electric across the globe provide direct communication and comprehensive support to customers


WonderBotz provides solutions, consulting, training, software, and managed services focused on process automation. The company helps clients adopt intelligent automation, RPA, cognitive and adjacent technologies, to enhance productivity, improve quality, and reduce costs. WonderBotz has built its success by delivering superior, valuable intelligent robotic process automation (RPA) solutions to clients. The company has ready-to-go pre-built solutions in the form of WonderBotz Finance and Accounting Automation Suite that makes F&A operations deployable, covering three labor-heavy areas: record-to-report, procure-to-pay, and order-to-cash. The pre-built solutions suite requires almost no scarce IT resources. The aim of WonderBotz’s solutions is not to replace the fit-for-purpose accounting systems, but to utilize the existing systems to perform work on behalf of teams


GreyOrange is a global company that modernizes order fulfillment through Artificial Intelligence-driven software and AI-driven mobile robots built together so they cooperate in deciding on and executing warehouse activities that maximize payoffs and minimize tradeoffs to create the highest yield. GreyOrange experts help organizations master fulfillment in the Age of Immediacy so they keep promises, capture more revenue, save money on fulfillment and improve the work experience for warehouse employees. GreyOrange has core operations in the United States, Singapore, Germany, Japan, and India

National Instruments

For more than 40 years, They have developed high-performance automated test and automated measurement systems to help you solve your engineering challenges now and into the future. As they step into the next decade of discovery, they are continually pushing boundaries and strengthening the approach to engineering by equipping customers with tools and systems that dramatically advance how engineers and scientists work. Their open, software-defined platform uses modular hardware and an expansive ecosystem to help you turn powerful possibilities into real solutions, empowering more than 35,000 companies worldwide. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, National Instruments operate directly in more than 40 countries with a global team of 6,400 employees


Perceptron (NASDAQ:PRCP) develops, produces and sells a comprehensive range of automated industrial metrology products and solutions to manufacturing organizations for automated metrology, dimensional inspection and 3D scanning. Products include 3D machine vision solutions, robot guidance, coordinate measuring machines, laser scanning and advanced analysis software. Global automotive, aerospace and other manufacturing companies rely on Perceptron’s metrology solutions to assist in managing their complex manufacturing processes to improve quality, shorten product launch times and reduce costs. Headquartered in Plymouth, Michigan, USA, Perceptron has subsidiary operations in Brazil, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Slovakia, Spain and the United Kingdom

Quiet Logistics

They are a tech-centric logistics partner. That hasrevolutionary systems, and innovative fulfillment robots which dramaticallyincrease warehouse productivity