Backed by the private equity investment firm, Union Park Capital, KPM Analytics was formed in 2015 with a quest to bring together a portfolio of analytical instrument companies focused in the food, agriculture, and environmental sectors. The ultimate goal is to allow diverse organizations with proven technologies, strong brand recognition, industry expertise and a passion for solving customers problems to thrive together as a strategic group.

Through this united approach, our customers will be better served with a broader, more robust scientific instrumentation offering supported by a global network and application expertise in:

  • Food quality and safety
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental
  • Industrial

KPM Analytics continues this quest to expand its portfolio of industry experts and premium brands with back to back acquisitions of Sensortech Systems Inc. and Sightline Process Control in May 2019, further strengthening the KPM Analytics offering.

See our recent posts to learn more about the Sensortech, Sightline, AMS Alliance, CHOPIN Technologies, Process Sensors and Unity Scientific acquisitions.

KPM Analytics Leadership

Chris McIntire, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)


Chris McIntire has been involved with mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the analytics space since his early days at Orion Research, Inc., then a small company out of Beverly, MA. With a strong R&D, IT and Operations leadership foundation built during his tenure at Orion, Chris learned how to operate, acquire, and add value from the ground up. Thermo Electron’s acquisition of Orion provided further opportunity for learning. Chris moved into the General Manager’s role for Thermo Electron’s Explosive Detection Business, leading Thermo’s effort to provide the nation’s airports with explosives detection technology in the wake of 9/11.

With a proven leadership record of both organic and inorganic growth through M&A and successfully bringing products to market, Chris joined Nova Analytics, part of Nova Ventures. As an operational leader Chris set and executed the Nova Analytics M&A growth strategy and held a CEO position in Weilheim, Germany, where he lived with his family. Chris returned to Nova’s headquarters in Boston and served as president and COO. Nova Analytics was bought by ITT Corporation, then an $11B multinational, in 2010.

After ITT spun the water focused business forming Xylem Inc., Chris continued as an executive officer of the nearly $4B multinational as President of the Analytics and Treatment Growth Center. Chris spent five years reporting to Xylem’s CEO and was responsible for over $600M in revenue.

Now as CEO of KPM Analytics, a Union Park Capital portfolio company, Chris continues to focus on both organic and inorganic growth backed by M&A strategy, bringing global instrumentation brands and their industry experts together to solve complex problems for their customers.

Rainer Roehrig, Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

In September 2017, Rainer Roehrig joined KPM Analytics as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) after seven years as Vice President of Finance for Xylem’s Analytics and Treatment growth centers. Prior to Xylem, Rainer was part of the Nova Analytics leadership team who built an analytical instrumentation platform that ultimately sold to ITT Corporation in 2010, then becoming Xylem Analytics in 2011.

Rainer brings extensive experience in both private and public multinational companies in the analytical instrumentation space. Degreed in economics from Universität Konstanz, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Rainer has carved a path of exceptional financial leadership with focus on Merger & Acquisition (M&A) and business integration to optimize financial reporting and controlling systems.

With Rainer’s deep knowledge of the analytical instrumentation market and financial management leadership in both large and small corporations, Rainer joins KPM Analytics as not only CFO, but also as a critical business partner.

Rainer resides outside Munich, Germany with his family.

Maurice Janssen, Vice President, Sales and Marketing

KPM Analytics’ leadership team expands further with the addition of Maurice Janssen in the role of Vice President, Sales and Marketing. Maurice joins KPM Analytics with over 20 years of experience in analytical instruments and process control solutions for food and beverage applications, most recently with MOCON, Inc.

While at MOCON, Inc., Maurice lead the global sales and marketing teams across all operating segments. Prior to joining MOCON, Maurice was vice president of sales and marketing in Latin America for FOSS, a Danish-based supplier of analytical instruments for the food, beverage and agriculture sectors.

Maurice has a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and accounting from NIVRA, the Dutch Institute for Chartered Auditors and holds a Master of Sales certification from Mercuri International Business School, Netherlands. In addition to English, he is fluent in German and Dutch.

With proven leadership in multinational organizations and extensive knowledge of the food, beverage and agriculture markets, Maurice brings deep customer knowledge and understanding of those applications and processes used around the world. Maurice joins founding CEO Chris McIntire and recent addition, CFO Rainer Roehrig, in leading the KPM group of companies.

Maurice resides outside Minneapolis MN with his family.

Our Investors

Union Park Capital is a private equity firm solely focused on lower middle-market Industrial Technology companies. Union Park takes a long-term perspective to help stakeholders build value over time, and drive value creation through profitably growing a business, not financial engineering. Union Park Capital is based in Boston, MA USA and has extensive investments and expertise in the scientific instrument sector.