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  • Velentium's estimated annual revenue is currently $13.8M per year.(i)
  • Velentium's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000

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  • Velentium has 95 Employees.(i)
  • Velentium grew their employee count by 0% last year.
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Velentium offers world-class expertise in software, usability, cybersecurity, electrical, and mechanical development for medical devices and upstream oil & gas. Our decades of experience, solid program management, and top-quality systems engineering ensures the success of your engagement. We work predominantly in two industries: Medical Devices (R&D, design, development, transfer to manufacturing, manufacturing test, verification, process validation, and quality inspection) Upstream Oil & Gas (product development, test systems, environmental test systems - high pressure, temperature, and vibration). Everything we do at Velentium is governed by three values: Honorable. We do Right for Right's sake Results++. We get things done and then some Humble Charisma. We strive to be people others want to be around



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Velentium News

2022-04-13 - FDA official: Draft cybersecurity guidance has 'teeth'

Velentium's Gates contends that the FDA's guidance represents "de facto requirements" and that if medical device manufacturers want to get...

2021-07-05 - 3 Houston innovators to know this week

Editor's note: In this week's roundup of Houston innovators to know, I'm introducing you to three local innovators across industries — from medical device development to fintech — recently making headlines in Houston innovation. Dan Purvis, CEO and founder Velentium Share using fb Share using ...

2021-06-30 - Local tech exec expands med device company into oil and gas in a 'uniquely Houston' way

When asked about founding his company, the first thing Dan Purvis wants to talk about is the culture. "The technology of today and the technology of 24 months from now will be very different," Purvis, CEO and founder of Houston-based Velentium, says on this week's episode of the Houston Innovat ...

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