About Braincube

Our organization is obsessed with providing solutions that help Industrials become highly competitive in a scalable and sustainable manner.

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our vision

Our solutions help Industrials remain competitive in a sustainable and scalable way

Braincube customers demand results. And we deliver on them. Our solutions help thousands of customers daily improve their performance and create sustainable improvements for the future.


With more than 250 production sites using Braincube on six continents, we continue to make a positive impact in the manufacturing sector.

Our leadership

Meet the co-founders

  • Laurent Laporte

    Laurent Laporte

    President and CEO

    Laurent Laporte received his MSc in Engineering and Manufacturing Arts at Métiers University, France’s first engineering school. Laurent worked as a process engineer, production manager, plant manager and Operations Director in France, Italy, and the USA. Laurent co-founded Braincube with Hélène and Sylvain in 2007.

  • Sylvain Rubat du Mérac

    Sylvain Rubat du Mérac

    Chief Technology Officer

    Sylvain graduated from the Grenoble Institute of Technology, studying Power Electronics Engineering. He spent time working for Sainte-Florine, Johnson Controls, and Valeó before he co-founded Braincube.

global reach


Our R&D headquarters are located in Issoire, France, with additional headquarters in Versailles, France, Portland, Maine, and Campinas, Brazil. We continue to grow with more than 200 employees worldwide.

  • 200+ Employees
  • 35+ Countries served
  • 4 Offices

Join our growing team

We keep the start-up spirit of our early beginnings: flexibility, continuous radical innovation, and atypical positioning in the market. We hire the best and brightest engineers, data scientists, sales and marketing professionals, and consultants to ensure we lead the market. Built for manufacturers, designed for business results, our solutions are backed with an ROI guarantee.

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