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Category: Startup Spotlight

Shining a spotlight on startup solutions with speedy market entry

Shining a spotlight on startup solutions with speedy market entry

We showcase three winners in the GTM Innovator category of the AWS Software Startups Awards. These super-charged startups have won customers and secured partnerships through leveraging AWS programs. They’ve also adapted AWS technology and tools to suit their specific needs, and created solutions and platforms to transform how they interact with consumers and enterprises.

SaaS Founder Series: Epistemix on how software simulations can create more empathetic decision-making

Sometimes companies that offer software-as-a-service (SaaS) need help creating scalable infrastructure so they can deliver their product to a larger audience. AWS SaaS Factory invited Epistemix’s chief executive officer (CEO) and co-founder John Cordier to share how the company is using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to scale, and how their software is helping data scientists […]

Alloy’s global identity decisioning platform, built on AWS

Alloy is an all-in-on-AWS unicorn fintech startup whose global identity decisioning platform helps banks and fintech companies automate their decisions for onboarding, transaction monitoring, and credit underwriting. Alloy combines the use of traditional data sources (such as credit scores) with newer, alternative data sources, such as cash flow data, to provide a complete and more accurate picture of each customer.

Discover four Pakistani startups at the forefront of AI/ML

AWS and Epiphany co-curate an AI/ML bootcamp called AI/ML Reactor. This rigorous 5-week virtual program aimed at driving AI/ML awareness and empowering startups in Pakistan and includes exclusive master classes, a group tech mentoring session, and one-on-one mentoring sessions with AWS specialists and thought leaders.

Fast, reliable, and cost-efficient builds/tests at scale with EngFlow Remote Execution on AWS

Large, nimble technology organizations such as social media platforms, short-term travel marketplaces, and auto manufacturers rely on EngFlow’s platform to keep engineers in flow and maintain the necessary agility for modern software development. AWS is at the core of EngFlow’s success, giving them flexible architecture and cost efficiency, which directly translates into competitive advantage for end customers. To provide performant, reliable, and cost-effective solution to its customers, EngFlow followed the best practices from the AWS Well-Architected Framework. In this post, we’ll focus on the practices that helped improve the price-performance ratio and improve availability.

A feature image with the text, "Varjo is pushing the boundaries of mixed reality with the help of AWS."

Varjo is pushing the boundaries of mixed reality with the help of AWS

Most of us are familiar with how virtual reality (VR) can transport us to a make-believe realm. But how can it help us tangibly improve our physical world? For the past six years, the Helsinki-based VR/extended reality (XR) startup Varjo has been creating professional hardware, software, and services to help product designers develop consumer electronics that don’t yet exist.

Accelerating AI/ML Scaling and AI development with Anyscale and AWS.

Accelerating AI/ML scaling and AI development with Anyscale and AWS

Building a cloud-distributed and scalable artificial intelligence (AI) application is a cross-team effort that requires complicated management of resources and comes with numerous production concerns such as code changes, refactoring, setting up the infrastructure, and complex developer operations (DevOps). These can confuse the development process, slow down time-to-market, and keep developers from focusing on product innovation.