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We are Makersite

“An award-winning data software company that develops next-generation product data management tools“

Makersite is an award-winning data software company that develops next-generation product data management tools for the global manufacturing industry.  The platform is the only cloud-based platform combining data aggregation and live applications for agile product life cycle management.

Makersite empowers companies to manage product sustainability, cost, and compliance. The state-of-the-art approach to product data management has allowed companies of all shapes and sizes to take advantage of what it has to offer. For larger enterprises, the reduction in complexity and increase in agility is the main aim, while for small businesses, the search for cost effective solutions is the main driving force. Through a cutting-edge technology, big data, and breakthrough algorithms, companies can track a product’s emission footprint throughout the entire supply chain, including Scope 3 emissions, bringing carbon accounting to the next level.

Makersite uses artificial intelligence and graph technology to build digital twins of manufactured products. This approach enable teams to measure impacts and collaboratively identify optimal mitigation strategies and new sourcing opportunities in real-time and make better products, faster. Engineers and product teams can develop more compliant, safer, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly products faster, and get results up to 50x faster than traditional methods.

Neil D’Souza, founder and CEO

Neil D'Souza

Neil D’Souza is CEO at Makersite, a data and software technology company that builds digital twins to interrogate and improve products across multiple criteria including cost, compliance, risk and sustainability.

He has more than fifteen years of experience which encompasses building industry-leading products, leading teams, and directly helping customers through technical consulting work.

Prior to Makersite, Neil was CTO at Thinkstep, the leader in product and corporate sustainability solutions where he led the development of the Sofi sustainability platform.

He holds a Master of Science degree in Environmental Physics from the University of Bremen and a Bachelor of Science degree in Astrophysics from Jacobs University Bremen. Neil also co-hosts the ‘Five Lifes to Fifty‘ podcast with LCA pioneer Jim Fava.

Fabian Hassel, VP Services

Fabian Hassel

An expert in Life Cycle Assessment, Product Sustainability and EHS, Fabian is Makersite’s VP Services.

After an extensive career at Thinkstep and Emisoft AS, Fabian has conducted more than 100 LCA studies with international companies such as Kraft Foods, Mondelez, Hartman AG, Volkswagen, Mann und Hummel and has been involved in the development of the French ADEME database, the German Okobau.dat and other intentional LCA data bases

Vatsan Govindarajan, Chief Technology Officer

Vatsan Govindarajan is the CTO at Makersite since June 2024. He brings more than 20 years of experience in product leadership in supply chain management and PLM solutions in addition to corporate strategy and transformation. He previously held the role of Senior Vice President of PLM and Engineering at SAP SE. Vatsan’s knowledge and experience will contribute towards further accelerating Makersite’s technology roadmap, driving the company’s mission to redesign supply chains and enable sustainable product development across various industries.
Vatsan is an alumnus of London School of Economics, Cranfield School of Management, NYU Stern and HEC Paris.

Bram de Bot, Director of Data

Bram de Bot brings a robust background in spatial data analytics and data integration to Makersite. Formerly the Senior Director of Data Capture and Ingestion at HERE Technologies, he led four global teams in the integration of spatial data into HERE databases. Now, as Director of Data at Makersite, Bram oversees the management and expansion of Makersite’s global supply chain database. His expertise is crucial in advancing Makersite’s industry-leading data capabilities, driving the acceleration of product and supply chain decisions for their customers.

Milan Cvejic, VP Engineering

A technology zealot, Milan is Makersite’s VP of Engineering. He has more than 20 years of domain experience and has held Managerial roles for the past ten years.

His expertise ranges from low-level computer internals to building and architecting big data solutions. He enjoys working in fast-paced start-up work environments.

Julian Weitz, VP of Sales and Marketing

Julian is Makersite’s VP of Sales, leading sales, marketing, and partnerships.

He joined Makersite from New Relic Inc., where he served as a sales leader for Central Europe. Before that, he worked in sales roles in multiple startups. Julian Weitz holds a B.Sc. degree in international business administration.

Michael Portelli Madden, Head of Operations

Michael is the Head of Operations at Makersite and has extensive operational experience spanning more than 20 years in various countries and companies within the Technology sector.

During his last tenure as General Manager with a top-tier law firm in Malta, he was responsible for various cross-functional operations, including technology implementation, marketing, strategic planning, finance, and human resources.

Our Values


We believe that good ideas come from anywhere and foster an inclusive environment. We embrace diversity and look for team members who have different skills but similar values.


We want to make a significant impact on the take, make, waste economy of today. We believe that technology can provide solutions that enable this and work hard to make our ideas a reality.


No politics, no drama, no slacking. We believe in face-to-face and technology-enabled collaboration. Whether you are working remotely or in our offices, you will always find someone to help you.

Makersite in numbers


of global supply chains covered


million automated LCA


criteria for product and supply chain assessment