Posts tagged “Organizations”
You might have trouble figuring out how to pronounce the Foosye name, but its marketing slogan captures the mission: "How Food Trucks Roll." And the Garner startup is presenting at CED Tech Venture this week with momentum thanks to recent recognition.
Envested aims to help people find a "better way" to give locally by helping match them with causes and tracking what their giving helps create. The Durham-based startup is among the presenting companies at CED Tech Venture.
Startup Looqsie comes to the CED Tech Venture conference touting what it calls the "next generation search engine." Look-see, get it?
Academic Benchmarking Consortium, a startup in Chapel Hill, is helping higher education institutions find "reliable, actionable" benchmarking data to help them deal with such issues as administration costs. ABC, which is among the presenters at CED's Tech Venture conference, is eyeing international expansion.
Linkeego, formerly known as Alumn-I, is a Wilmington startup tacking the problem of "pen and paper" transcript and degree verification. The company also aims to provide a "true self" model, turning a resume into an info-graphic. It will be presenting at CED Tech Venture.
CloudFactory isn't really a factory, but a provider of expertise in back-office services so that clients can focus on sales, growth and innovation. But the Durham-based firm says its solution is more than standard outsourcing. The startup is presenting its solutions at CED Tech Venture.
Catalant wants to help businesses improve employee engagement and motivation through software. The Greensboro startup sees its solution as a "Fitbit for work." Catalant will be presenting its technology at CED Tech Venture.
Infina Connect, one of the startups presenting at the CED Tech Venture event, says its software helps improve the physician referral process. The goal is to deliver better care at lower costs.
Cary startup Snapsolv is aiming to improve customer support with a "cloud-based messaging platform" that offers multi-channel support. Snapsolv is among the presenting companies at CED Tech Venture.
Ever visited a consignment shop? Ever tried to sell something through a consignment shop? Had trouble making the system work? Durham startup aLuxuRe, which will be presenting at CED Tech Venture, says it offers a solution.
How do you keep track of all those customer reward points, from airline miles to credit card points? Cary-based RewardStock may have the answer for you. The startup is among the presenting companies at CED Tech Venture 2016.
Reveal Mobile works with customers such as app developers to turn location data from wireless device users into higher rates of mobile ad responses - and more revenue. Reveal will showcase its wireless beacon technology at CED Tech Venture.
Cary-based PURillume says its LED lighting solutions offer "unparalleled brightness and color fidelity" for the hospitality market. The company will be presenting at CED Tech Venture next week.
Cary-based Mobile Events wants to help schools and non-profits capitalize on the ability to fund-raise digitally. The startup will be presenting its business case at the CED Tech Venture conference.
MoneyComb, a startup focusing on ways to help people better manage their money, is the latest venture from veteran investor and finance executive Mel Mattison. MoneyComb is among the presenters at next week's CED Tech Venture conference.
Signbase, an emerging company with operations in the Netherlands and Raleigh, says its "wayfinding" technology enables "smart signage" at conventions, trade shows and other places where people are provided live directional and program information.
Raleigh-based startup Validated Cloud Applications says its solutions for validation of data allows pharmaceutical and clinical research organization clients to concentrate on what they do best: Develop drugs.
More and more people want transparency about the food they are eating - and Durham startup FoodLogiQ is helping clients meet that hunger with its food traceability software.
OfficeAccord is off to a fast start with what it calls the "first turnkey digital bulletin board" for companies who want a tool to cut down on non-work communications that "disrupt" work flow.
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