AWS Startups Blog

Rebuilding Puerto Rico’s Healthcare Infrastructure in the Cloud

Despite being a U.S. territory, Puerto Rico’s healthcare landscape is vastly different from the mainland. Federal funding for Medicare and Medicaid is 40-50% lower than the average U.S. state, creating financial strains for hospitals and providers managing those patients. Federal incentives for using electronic medical records are also far lower, with many hospitals and clinics choosing to stay on paper. At Health Gorilla, we’re committed to making interoperability actionable in real-world clinical practice.

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Wag, GOAT, Calm, and More Present Technical Talks at the 2019 AWS Summit Anaheim

On Thursday, April 11th, Wag, GOAT, Calm, and SignalFx, among others, spoke at the Startup Talks area of the 2019 AWS Summit – Anaheim. All of their talks can be found below: Dynamic AI | AI for Automated Business Communication from Research to Production Wag | Bella The Friendly Pup – CX Automation with Amazon Connect, Lex, and […]

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CHEQ Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: Israeli Startup Guards Advertisers Against Digital Disaster

To combat digital advertising nightmares, Israeli cybersecurity startup CHEQ offers practical solutions. The company’s proprietary software blocks unauthorized ads before they can damage an advertiser’s reputation or depress its revenues. CHEQ’s clients include advertising agencies and digital media companies whose lifeblood is advertising. Beyond serving clients’ needs, CHEQ positions its work as a boon to everyone who goes online.

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Henning Lange Wants Customers to Leave the Infrastructure Complexities to Giant Swarm

Henning Lange, founder and CEO of Giant Swarm, has heard the murmurs about there being too much software out there. He agrees—kind of. It’s not that there are too many software platforms available, it’s that there is too much bad software available. That’s why he and his Cologne-based company are committed to providing their customers […]

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Branch Metrics on Scaling From Zero to Billions with DynamoDB

When Branch Metrics grew from zero to billions of daily transactions their engineering team had a major storage challenge that was far beyond their expectations. They quickly needed a cost effective, horizontally scalable, and low operational maintenance way to solve these massive database challenges—without compromising quality of service and availability to their customers. Engineering Director Ian Chan and Platform Engineer Ryan Churaman of Branch Metrics share how they leveraged DynamoDB and DAX to achieve massive scalability on a tight budget and with a very lean engineering team.

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Fornova Helps Top Hotels Maximize Online Bookings

The way travelers book their lodging has changed dramatically as Internet commerce has become more secure and Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) have grown in popularity. Customers benefit from speedy price comparisons and easy-to-read rating systems. Hotels, however, can’t always keep pace with the rapidly evolving virtual world and miss out on direct bookings while struggling to partner with third-party sites. Enter Fornova, which addresses this gap in the hospitality space with technology that scans, extracts, and analyzes millions of pieces of data from the online marketplace.

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Hubspot’s Go-to-Marketing Strategies for Startups

Kim Walsh, Global VP at HubSpot for Startups, unpacks the key components to a winning GTM strategy for startups. From defining your market and customer to building your product roadmap, she outlines the steps every founder should consider. Kim also uncovers the frameworks needed to enter the market and answer questions on how to evolve your GTM as your startup grows and products evolve.

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hyScore.io Aggregates, Analyzes and Automates Contextual Analysis using its Content Intelligence Platform

Imagine you’re a car manufacturer who wants to advertise on a news site, but you don’t want your advertisement to run alongside a story about the diesel emissions scandal. Or you sell something in an online shop and need to comb through the reviews, social media feeds and comments to figure out what users want in the next product upgrade or what they think of your customer service. Building a tool that could aggregate and analyze all the keywords, phrases and tonalities—whether the sentiment is positive or negative—would take a couple of years, a specialized development team, and at least half a million dollars. Enter hyScore.io, a customizable API that combines natural language processing and machine learning to create solutions for native advertising, contextual targeting, URL/text inventory searches and any number of other uses.

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