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SaaS Founder Series: Clumio CEO on Steering the Startup that Raised $11M Pre-Product

The growing customer preference for software-as-a-service (SaaS) puts enterprise software startups in a rare position of advantage compared to established firms. AWS SaaS Factory invited Poojan Kumar, CEO and Co-founder of Clumio, to share the early successes and learnings from steering the startup that is disrupting a segment with numerous corporate behemoths.

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Syntegra: Bridging the Healthcare Data Gap

Despite the emergence of big data in healthcare, it remains nearly impossible to share useful, comprehensive, patient-level data sets externally due to strict privacy concerns. Even internally, it can be cumbersome to share data with other teams for analytic and educational purposes. These long-standing challenges led to the creation of Syntegra in 2019. We sat down with their CTO and Co-founder Ofer Mendelevitch to learn more.

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Changing the Landscape of Molecular Testing

This past year has demonstrated, now more than ever, the critical need to be able to develop and deploy rapid molecular testing at scale. The ability to do this has emerged as a major differentiator for ChromaCode, a startup diagnostics company based in Carlsbad, California. Paul Flook, PhD, CIO and VP of Software Engineering walks us through their journey.

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How Alloverse is Creating a More Inclusive Internet with AWS

Co-Founded by CEO Julie Despraz, Swedish startup Alloverse has developed an open-source platform for virtual collaboration that is being used to build the spatial internet. The company’s platform and tools enable users to create virtual workspaces and 3D applications to populate them. We recently sat down with Despraz to chat VR, sustainability, and celebrating even the smallest of wins.

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Canasta Rosa Uses AWS to Steer Unique Small Businesses to Success

In Latin America, small businesses and micro-entrepreneurs face significant economic barriers. To combat issues of limited technological knowledge, fears about the process of launching an online store, and uncertainty when it comes to choosing the right platform, Mexico-based Canasta Rosa (Spanish for Pink Basket) is guiding small businesses to success. Spearheaded by CEO Deborah Dana, the startup has a clear purpose: To empower micro and small entrepreneurs to build and scale their businesses.

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