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Tag: Short-form Startup Intro Videos
How Arkose Labs Built a Toolkit to Fight Fraud
Founded in 2013, Arkose Labs offers an array of tools to help enterprises protect themselves against fraudulent activity.
AI-Powered IT Analytics with Numerify
Numerify is an AI-powered IT analytics company that provides businesses, such as Fortune 500 companies, with these solutions, using predictive analysis to gauge how likely it is that these changes will be successful.
How Dollar Shave Club Keeps Their Grooming Products Affordable Using CircleCI and AWS
At face value, Dollar Shave Club looks like a fairly simple service. Users come to the site and are able to search through various grooming products, such as shower gels, toothpastes, or, of course, razors. The simplicity and ease of navigation is no mistake, however, with the DSC engineering team focusing heavily on creating a seamless user experience that showcases the company’s affordable products.
How Lime Leverages Data to Keep Their E-Scooters Charged and Accessible
Founded in 2017, Lime is an urban transportation company that provides smart bikes and scooters for consumers to travel around cities.
Online-lending Platform Konfío Helps LATAM SMEs Get Funding
As some economies develop, small businesses that also develop and grow can sometimes be left out in the rain when searching for capital. Banks frequently look for collateral to be posted with loans, which can be difficult for smaller companies. This gap in offering is exactly where many startups are flourishing via assessing companies credit statuses through atypical methods or data, and providing financing to the previously underserved. Konfío, a fintech startup founded in 2013, does just that for micro-businesses throughout Latin America.
How Smart Data Warehouse Panoply Layers Machine Learning Algorithms
Panoply is a smart data warehouse for BI and basically layers machine learning algorithms on top of Amazon Redshift.
How Epsagon Helps Teams Monitor Their Serverless Applications
With serverless on the rise, an increasing number of startups are popping up to help support the growing ecosystem. One such company is Epsagon, which helps users of these services—such as AWS Lambda—to monitor, trace, and understand the costs of their applications. Check out our interview with Nitzan Shapira, Co-founder and CEO of Epsagon, to learn more about the company and its recent partnership with AWS.
How AppsFlyer Leverages AWS to Help Mobile Businesses Grow
Founded in 2012, San Francisco-based AppsFlyer aims to offer data-driven marketers what they need to be successful.
Azoomee Makes Screen Time Beneficial for Kids
Founded in 2014, Azoomee’s mission is to make screen time positive for kids ages 5-10.
How Robot Care Systems Developed a Smarter Walker
Robot Care Systems has built a robotic walker designed to provide additional safety and stability to users.