The Research Triangle will be well represented at the upcoming Southeast Venture Conference in Atlanta with numerous firms already selected to be among the “pitchers” at the two-day event.

But so will numerous other states with nearly 50 companies selected so far as “showcase companies.”

The SEVC is set for May 6-7 at the Ritz Carlton.

Here is the latest list:

  • 9Lenses – Sterling, VA

9Lenses, founded in 2011, is provides cloud-based Enterprise Performance Software, and delivers an insight platform for the most critical resource in your business – your people. With a fast growing customer set, this Sterling, Virginia-based firm has raised over $4M.

  • Advanced Animal Diagnostics – Durham, NC

Advanced Animal Diagnostics, Inc. commercializes proprietary technology for the diagnosis of farm-animal diseases. It uses an animal’s own immune response to detect and stage infections to improve quality of life for producers, processors, animals, and consumers. Advanced Animal Diagnostics, Inc. was founded in 2001, has raised $17M, and is based in Durham, North Carolina.

  • Aloe – Atlanta, GA

Aloe is an early-stage firm that allows people to make face-to-face video conference calls with a doctor 24/7. Using Aloe, parents are able to consult with a pediatrician via video and get a fast diagnosis. Aloe is based in Atlanta, GA.

  • Ambition – Chattanooga, TN

Ambition is fantasy football for sales organizations. By gamifying sales, Ambition provides recognition, transparency, and competition while simultaneously encouraging collaboration and team cohesiveness. Since launching in August of 2013, the platform has seen over $500 million in annualized sales flowing through Ambition.

  • – Washington D.C.

Founded in 2012, shows a business or nonprofit what their email marketing list is saying on social media to target specific groups based on interest and influence. is an alumni of LaunchPad2X, an exclusive women entrepreneurship educational program offered through Atlanta Technology Angels, one of Atlanta’s top angel investing networks.

  • Axial Exchange – Raleigh, NC

Axial Exchange builds mobile software that help patients, physicians and other health professionals engage jointly in the recovery plan and stay well between encounters, offering a patient-facing mobile application, a provider-facing population dashboard, and consulting services. The Raleigh-based company has built its technology around methods such as Project RED from Boston University Medical Center and Project BOOST from the Society of Hospital Medicine. 12 health system clients,representing more than 50 hospitals and is backed by Canaan Partners and Mayo Ventures.

  • Brickstream – Norcross, GA

Founded in 2000, Brickstream provides behavior intelligence solutions for understanding human behavior in places where people shop, gather, work and play. Combining in-store video and sensors, Brickstream gathers information about their customers’ experiences inside company locations, contributing to the $3B retail in-store behavior analytics market. Headquartered in Norcross, GA, the company has raised over $21M to date.

  • Campus Bubble – Atlanta, GA

Campus Bubble is an early stage firm providing academic institutions with a student powered, cross platform, private online community, focused on user generated content, group management, and community engagement. The founders were college roommates at Emory University and formalized their business plan in an entrepreneurship class.

  • Care Technology Systems – Nashville, TN

Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Care Technology Systems has united a range of leading-edge technologies and communications media to help seniors maintain their independence and lifestyle as they age in place. As organizations across the country are beginning to embrace the positive benefits of remote monitoring, many have been frustrated that they have to cobble together disparate solutions from different vendors. By bringing together PERS, ADL and Biometric Monitoring all on one 2net Platform, Care Technology Systems is offers a solution for plans, providers and patients.

  • ChartSpan – Greenville, SC

ChartSpan is a healthcare data company based out of Greenville, SC offering a permission-based and anonymous, de-identified data platform, generated by patients through their healthcare consumer app. ChartSpan partners with hospitals, clinics, pharma, medical device, public health agencies, researchers and big data companies to aggregate critical healthcare data that contributes to improved patient outcomes, reduced mortality rates and improved drug efficacy.

  • Checkd.In – Nashville, TN’s platform directly answers the question “now that I have the data, how does my business leverage it smartly to drive better results?” By combining a suite of analysis tools with a team of strategists and analysts, Checkd.In works hand-in-hand with their clients to create multiple layers of value. Their clients include MTV, Sony Music, A&E, Universal Music, and Lifetime.

  • Cinegif – Austin, TX

Cinegif is an early stage, Austin, Texas-based software development firm whose patented video conversion software helps marketers communicate and tell a story, without the file size, complexity, and cost of traditional video. Customers include Eventbrite, HP, and Prana Yoga.

  • CloudTags – Atlanta, GA

CloudTags helps increase sales by enabling you to know more about your customers in-store. The early-stage firms provides omnichannel analytics that tell you who your customers are prior to checkout, what they browsed, and what they’re most likely to buy in the future. CloudTags’ primary focus is getting a high percentage of customers to identify themselves in-store, providing browse and intent data that allows for an in-store experience like Amazon provides with predictions online.

  • Cooleaf – Atlanta, GA

Cooleaf uses activities and unique experiences to bring ‘corporate culture’ to life for our employer clients. By allowing employees to easily join or create activities they love (e.g. Yoga, cooking classes, running clubs, etc), we enhance camaraderie, employee engagement, and ultimately, the health and wellness of employees.

  • DecisionLink – Atlanta, GA

DecisionLink’s SaaS platform enables sales reps to automate the production of customer-precise value propositions and insights. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, the growth stage firm’s customers include Oracle, EMC, McAfee and RightNow

  • Digital Reasoning – Nashville, TN

Digital Reasoning enables automated understanding of human communication through its machine learning platform, Synthesys, by identifying threats, risks and opportunities by transforming information into a private Knowledge Graph. In early 2014, Digital Reasoning won a GRC Technology Innovation Award for their work in the GRC market.

  • EarlyShares – Miami, FL

EarlyShares is an equity crowdfunding platform that connects investors with opportunities. The Miami-based firm was created in the wake of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act which created new exemptions enabling entrepreneurs to access capital through new resources.

  • Evermind – Nashville, TN

Evermind provides peace of mind to individuals living alone and the people who care about them. With Evermind, daily rituals like making coffee in the morning or switching a bedside lamp off at night can serve as a simple check-in system, signaling that all is well without diminishing independence or requiring changes in routine. Based in Nashville, TN, Evermind has raised over $1.8M.

  • Heyo – Blacksburg, VA

Heyo helps you easily create Facebook contests, sweepstakes & mobile-optimized landing pages to help you get more fans, leads and sales. Based in Blacksburg, VA, Heyo offers customers either templates or flexible widgets to drag, drop, and customize campaigns with no code required. Heyo has raised $2M to date.

  • INRFOOD – Durham, NC

INRFOOD’s team of dietitians and nutritionists have defined and researched over 15,000+ ingredients to determine each ingredient’s origin, function, health effects, and use in other industries. The early stage firm enables consumers to make more informed decisions about their dietdiscuss and share with others and view your diet with advanced analytics.

  • Integrated Biometrics – Spartanburg, SC

Integrated Biometrics is the developer and manufacturer of patented fingerprint biometric technologies, including LES Film and its application with thin film transistors. For the past decade Integrated Biometrics has designed, manufactured and supplied patented LES film sensors and algorithms in a range of applications including physical and logical access control in high security and harsh environments for commercial, government, military / law enforcement and civil applications around the globe. The firm is based in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

  • Kanga – Atlanta, GA

Kanga is an Atlanta-based on-demand crowdsourced delivery platform that connects individuals, drivers and retailers for local shipment needs. Kanga is available through a mobile application and digital platform and connects drivers making local deliveries with retailers or individuals with shipping needs, to make home-delivery more convenient and cost-effective.

  • Kleo – Miami, FL

Kleo simplifies all matters relating to managing funds for educational needs. This early stage firm based out of Miami, FL, centralizes funds management, philanthropy, and ecommerce for the K-12 education space through its proprietary, hosted SaaS technology.

  • LinguaSys – Boca Raton, FL

LinguaSys was formed in March of 2010 by three founders with over thirty years of combined experience in the Human Language Technology Space. LinguaSys supplies natural language user interface solutions for applications like customer self-service or device control by the means of natural language. The Boca Raton-based company has raised over $4M to date

  • M2SYS – Atlanta, GA

M2SYS is a biometric identity management and authentication solution provider founded in 2002 and based in Atlanta, GA. M2SYS provides an end-to-end biometric solution portfolio, comprising biometric scanners, a suite of enterprise applications, and a biometric matching system. The firm has a $25M revenue target for 2015.

  • Netsertive – Morrisville, NC

Netsertive, based in Morrisville, North Carolina, enables businesses and brands to take the lead in driving sales opportunities, unleashing the full potential of local digital and channel marketing technology. The later-stage firm has secured the support of top venture capital firms RRE Ventures, Harbert Venture Partners and Greycroft Partners, raising over $19M.

  • PassportParking – Charlotte, NC

PassportParking, Inc. provides integrated cloud-based parking solutions. The Charlotte-based firm offers an enterprise suite that allows parking providers and owners to manage parking and enforcement operations more effectively and efficiently. PassportParking has raised over $6M.

  • PatientFocus – Nashville, TN

PatientFocus is an early-stage firm that provides full-service patient-pay account management to hospitals, physician groups and other providers. PatientFocus offers every patient interest-free payment options without a credit check, and manages all patient communications: statements, inbound/outbound telephone follow-up and online payment options. Current clients include leading national healthcare corporations Anesthesia Medical Group, e+CancerCare and Optimal Radiology.

  • Paymetric – Alpharetta, GA

Paymetric, Inc. provides innovative solutions for managing, protecting and integrating payment card transactions in enterprise systems, such as SAP and legacy ERP, CRM and accounting applications. This late-stage firm offers customers benefit by improving return on card acceptance, optimizing purchasing card programs and reducing barriers to data security compliance. An Austin Ventures portfolio company, Paymetric is an award-winning SAP partner and a certified SAP developer.

  • PhishMe – Chantilly, VA

PhishMe provides organizations with the ability to improve their employees’ resilience towards spear phishing, malware, and drive-by attacks and further, facilitate employee-sourced detection of such attacks. PhishMe works with Federal Agencies and Fortune 1000 companies across many industries to include financial services, healthcare, higher education and defense. With over 4 million individuals trained in 160 countries, PhishMe has been proven to reduce the threat of employees falling victim to advanced cyber attacks by up to 80 percent.

  • Pixelligent Technologies – College Park, MD

Pixelligent is an emerging nanotechnology company that is developing unique and proprietary materials, based on semiconductor nanocrystals, that improve the performance of integrated circuits, renewable energy systems, and specialty materials. The company was named the Maryland Incubator Company of the year in 2006 and has received federal government funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

  • Quad Learning – Washington D.C.

Quad Learning, Inc. was founded in 2012 with the goal of creating more affordable pathways for students to earn their Bachelor’s degree. Quad Learning collaborates with leading community colleges to jointly develop and deliver American Honors, a competitive 2-year honors program designed for high ability students who plan to complete the remainder of their Bachelor’s degree at a top-tier college or university. Based in Washington D.C., Quad Learning has raised $11M to date.

  • REscour – Atlanta, GA

With REscour, multi-family institutional real estate investment professionals can quickly and easily gather, organize, track, and share information. Investors no longer need to dig through their inbox to find PDF documents of available listings or constantly update enormous, complex Excel spreadsheets to track their deal flow. The early-stage firm is based in Atlanta, GA.

  • Royalty Exchange – Raleigh, NC

Royalty Exchange is an alternative investment marketplace providing percentages of movies, books, television shows, patents, trademarks, pharmaceuticals and music royalties to be easily, as well as confidentially, sold to the public in an auction format. Created for investors, sellers and fans, Royalty Exchange provides an auction environment for the community to own unique alternative assets. The Raleigh-based firm has raised over $2M.

  • Screwpulp – Memphis, TN

Screwpulp is a new self-publishing platform that utilizes average readers to both market and vet new eBooks. Initial copies of newly published books are given away in exchange for a social-media mention and a star rating and/or review once read. After these initial free copies the book’s price will automatically rise to $1 but now with a star rating to give clear indications to potential readers of the quality of the content. This early-stage firm is based in Memphis, TN.

  • Shadow Health – Gainesville, FL

Shadow Health is an educational software developer of rich, interactive learning environments including the Digital Clinical Experience™ for nursing and allied health education programs. Using the Shadow Health Digital Clinical Experience, educators increase efficiency in their classrooms giving them more time to focus on student achievement. In the Digital Clinical Experience, students can practice critical thinking, communication, and procedural skills in an immersive, safe and always-available learning environment.

  • Solicore – Lakeland, FL

Solicore has developed advanced ultra-thin, flexible, lithium polymer batteries for powered cards, RFID, and micro medical devices. The company’s patented and proprietary technology is based on polyimide chemistry that has created a solid-state electrolyte. Solicore’s headquarters, R&D and manufacturing facilities are located in Lakeland, Florida. This late-stage firm has raised over $28M.

  • Springbot – Atlanta, GA

Springbot delivers an ecommerce marketing platform to small & medium businesses. The Software as a Service offering integrates and the data, content and multi-channel marketing tools (social, online, mobile, email) SMBs need to drive more traffic, conversions and overall revenue. Based in Atlanta, GA, the firm has raised $3M.

  • uKnow – Arlington, VA makes digital parenting easier, and keeps kids safe from bullies and bad guys online and on the mobile phone. The Arlington-based firm has raised nearly $2M and aims to help mom and dad to understand their child’s use of technology, and when necessary, to take action to protect the safety, privacy, and reputation of their kids.

  • Uruut – Atlanta, GA

Uruut (pronounced You Root) is an early-stage firm offering a low-cost, cloud-based SaaS solution that makes it easy for nonprofits to reach and secure more donors and raise more funds. The Atlanta-based company provides a set of flexible and cost sensible solutions to nonprofits, including a fundraising platform.

  • Variable – Chattanooga, TN

Variable’s NODE wireless sensor platform for smart devices made its debut on in March 2012. Since then, the team at Variable, Inc. has been hard at work, raising additional venture capital. CNN Money recognized the NODE as “the coolest gizmo” at CES 2013.

  • Voterheads – Columbia, SC

Voterheads, a Columbia-based start-up, is focused on improving civic engagement and making local democracy more user-friendly. The early-stage firm aims to provide one simple web platform for citizens to keep up with local government and school board issues that interest them, and communicate easily with their elected officials.

  • Voxa – Atlanta, GA

Voxa is an intelligent Salesforce connector that automatically syncs all relevant emails, with no data entry and no workflow disruption. Voxa works quietly in the background as you send and receive emails, in real time, from any device. Voxa is based our of Atlanta, GA.

  • Windsor Circle – Durham, NC

Windsor Circle’s Retention Automation Platform makes it push button simple for marketers to get more value from existing customers through data-driven lifecycle marketing. Windsor Circle extracts full purchase history from a variety of eCommerce platforms, applies behavioral segmentation and predictive analysis, and transforms that data into automated marketing campaigns that unlock high-margin, repeat customer revenue through campaigns such as reward, win-back, replenishment, and recommendation. Windsor Circle, Inc. was founded in 2011, has raised $2.4MM in cumulative financing to-date, and recently won pitch competitions at SxSW and Google Demo Day.

  • ZeroFOX – Baltimore, MD

ZeroFOX (formerly Riskive) is a Baltimore-based start-up provides a solution to supplement next generation firewalls, malware identification appliances, log and event management solutions, mobile security, and endpoint protection products, and provides the an integrated cyber attack advanced-notice system for both private and public enterprises. The firm has raised over $2M in funding.