With more options than ever to choose from, advertisers need to be diligent in researching and understanding the right time and the way to reach their customers. That’s where Knorex comes in.
Korawad Chearavanont, CEO and Co-founder of Bangkok-based mobile productivity startup Eko, chats with us about scaling on AWS, the necessity of a customer feedback loop, and plans for international expansion.
Singapore-based health tech startup Healint created an app that allows for more accurate diagnoses by having users actively and passively chronicle health issues. Here’s how it works.
Companies like Google and Facebook use mountains of proprietary data to offer customized experiences to their users, a strategy that’s somewhat limited to new-age tech companies. Crayon Data, a Singapore-based big data and AI start-up is working to change that.
When someone suffers a stroke, every seconds counts and could mean the difference between being ok, permanent brain damage, or even death. Despite time being of the essence for treatment, the current process for decision making can take up to three hours. Deep learning startup Viz.ai is on a mission to change that.
Whether it’s a day trip snorkeling in Palawan or a visit to an elephant sanctuary in Phuket, it’s tough for activity operators to make sure that travelers around the world can snag a spot for their activity. Dawid Makowski, CTO of BeMyGuest, is changing that.
With the popularization of remote work and distributed teams, it’s perhaps more important than ever to have a proper work collaboration tool. That’s where Monday.com comes in.
As the cloud becomes more pervasive and more complex, an increasing number of companies are looking to make the shift from systems they’ve historically run to more modern services. That change can be tough, however, for a variety of reasons. They need to be able to have their migration appear seamless from a customer’s perspective, while also ensuring its new infrastructure is secure once the migration is complete. This space is precisely where Alcide operates.
In 2018, AWS launched its Hackdays program, offering teams from around ASEAN the opportunity and resources to build projects and compete for prizes, the top of which was a trip to Las Vegas for the annual re:Invent conference. Over 1,000 developers from countries including Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand formed teams to develop new technologies during a one day hackathon. The winners of those days then squared off in Jakarta, with the team from Thailand ultimately winning the top prize and the trip to Las Vegas.
For Deepen AI founder Mohammad Musa, working on autonomous tech is more than just being on the cutting edge of development; it’s about family.