When Esteve Alquézar Mora was hired on to wefoxgroup team in December 2018, he was the first full-time employee dedicated to managing the insurance startup’s infrastructure. The then 4-year-old company was running on Heroku, and Alquézar jumped in to understand how to best set up wefoxgroup to successfully scale. As the team grew, wefoxgroup decided to migrate to AWS. Here’s why.
Founded in 2019, ActZero is an ML-based cybersecurity company that equips small to medium-sized businesses to detect and manage breaches. The Seattle-based startup is now aggressively scaling after completing a full migration to AWS.
Amenity Analytics Uses a Serverless-First Architecture and NLP to Break Down Text-Based Financial Data
Founded in 2015, Amenity Analytics offers advanced natural language processing technology that helps financial companies extract actionable insights from text at scale.
Based out of Buenos Aires, Grupo Calipso offers a system that was built to modernize the ERP process via flexible frameworks that companies of any size, or in any industry, can use. The problem was, their initial on-prem infrastructure solution was not as flexible or reliable as they needed. Read why the team chose to migrate to AWS (hint, it’s more than just flexibility).
Stedi provides organizations with the ability to quickly connect and transact with trading partners without having to go through painful point-to-point implementations. Leveraging a serverless first architecture, the company provides a completely self-service ‘digital mailbox’ that organizations can use to exchange 300+ different commercial transaction types in standardized formats.
MediSci’s Platform Leverages Amazon QLDB to Bridge the Gap Between Healthcare and Life Science Product Development
MediSci is looking to bring together the frontline healthcare and life science product development industries to enable better patient outcomes. Historically, the two industries did not communicate as no platforms existed to enable conversation. The MediSci team is on a mission to change that, leveraging Amazon QLDB in the process to offer a way to bridge that gap.
Founded in 2018, Osano offers “compliance in a box” to companies, making it easy to ensure customers properly align with the data laws of countries they operate in. No longer do CTOs and CIOs need to invest money and engineering cycles into building their own solution, which can be a tedious and expensive process. Instead, they can leverage Osano’s turnkey solution and get back to working on serving their customers.
Despite existing insurance companies best efforts, the process of buying home or auto insurance, let alone bundling them together, is rarely easy or clear—rates change, coverage is confusing, and understanding why is anything but intuitive. Today, startups like Branch Insurance are radically simplifying the insurance experience for customers. Here’s how they’re doing it.
Founded in 2015, Danggeun Market has built an online platform for communities. From job postings to classifieds, the company is looking to rebuild the sense of local trust that seems to be dwindling in the age of the internet.
Founded in 2006, Seoul-based startup IGAWorks focuses on building proprietary technology within the mobile big data field.