Tag: Short-form Startup Intro Videos
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.
Michael Huth, CTO of XAIN, talks about how his company’s products enable communication between systems, what industries benefit from their product, and what’s next.
Lukas Keller, CEO of Presono, on why he decided to join the Austrian presentation platform startup, and Martin Behrens, Co-founder and COO of Presono, on how the company shows and uses data.
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.
Kateryna Khotkevych, Software Engineer at food delivery service Delivery Hero, talks to us about how data helps the delivery industry, how the company uses machine learning, and how AWS helps them grow their business.
Jarvis Johnson, an engineering manager on Patreon’s creator acquisition team, describes Patreon’s mission as “to fund the emerging creative class, or get creators paid.”
David Hallac is the founder and CEO of Viaduct, a new company creating a machine learning platform for managing, analyzing, and monetizing automotive data.
Founded in 2015, Carlabs.ai offers an artificial intelligence-based customer service platform for the auto industry.
Startups are almost all founded on an idea that sounds a bit crazy at the beginning. From Uber to Airbnb, companies’ early days are often marked by doubts, until one day they’re planning to go public and we’re all wondering how we lived without them. Well, what3words may fall firmly in that category.