Turbine inducted into ATDC

Today, Turbine, a front-runner in inventory management and supply chain automation, proudly announced its acceptance into the Advanced Technology Development Center’s (ATDC) esteemed Accelerate startup portfolio.

Under the auspices of Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute, ATDC stands as Georgia’s premier technology startup incubator, committed to aiding entrepreneurs in learning, launching, scaling, and achieving unparalleled success in their technological ventures.

Emilie Schario, who founded Turbine in 2022, envisioned it as the streamlined ERP solution for firms handling physical inventories. Today, Turbine aids multi-channel businesses by optimizing their procurement, inventory, supply chain operations, and accounting processes.

“Joining ATDC is both an honor and a pivotal milestone for Turbine. This partnership not only validates the hard work and innovation our team pours into our solutions daily but also presents boundless opportunities for growth, collaboration, and further innovation. We’re excited to tap into the wealth of resources ATDC offers, propelling Turbine to new heights while concurrently contributing to the rich tapestry of Georgia’s tech ecosystem,” said CEO and Founder Schario.

ATDC Accelerate, known for its robust, metrics-focused and milestone-centric program, is tailored for startups brandishing transformative technologies or groundbreaking life sciences products poised for scaling. Companies under this program benefit from bespoke access to experienced coaches, essential capital, potential customers, and a wealth of Georgia Tech resources, including intellectual property and talent.

Alex Rhodeen, the Supply Chain catalyst at ATDC, remarks, “Turbine exemplifies the innovation and potential of Georgia startups. Assisting them in scaling after their foundational phase is a thrilling endeavor. Their solution’s applicability to numerous businesses explains their impressive traction.”

Being the pioneer from Columbus to join ATDC, Turbine’s inclusion not only marks a significant stride for them but also accentuates Columbus’s burgeoning startup ecosystem. Ben MacMinn, Executive Director of Startup Columbus, enthused, “Turbine’s induction into ATDC is a clear testament to the caliber of innovation and talent we foster in Columbus. Their entry not just elevates their profile but also accentuates the dynamism of the startup environment we’re cultivating here. We stand firmly behind Turbine and eagerly anticipate further shared successes.”

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