The fight against breast cancer has made progress over the past two decades thanks to advances in treatment and screening. But while mortality rates from the disease have fallen for women over 50, they remain frustratingly steady for younger women. Onkolyze, a startup based in Singapore, is hoping to help solve just that problem by applying high-powered AWS GPUs and ML, making early detection much easier.
Hashstacs Pte Ltd (“STACS”) is a blockchain development company and technological solutions provider for the financial world. STACS enables financial institutions to realize new revenue generating and operational efficiency use cases. Their team walks through how they leveraged Amazon Cognito and Amazon API Gateway to build a fine-grained access management solution.
Red Dot Payment is a Singaporean startup that offers a platform for companies looking to accept digital payments. CTO Gian Carlo Val Ebao sat down to tell us more.
Founded in 2014, iPrice is on a mission to centralize e-commerce across Southeast Asia. And with a team of 150 and a catalog of over 500 million products, it seems they’re well on their way.
Founded in 2011, Mobilewalla offers a customer insights platform that enables enterprises to leverage a wealth of data to better understand and target their customers.
Nowadays, hardly a week goes by without fresh news of the struggles of media companies to adapt to the daunting economic landscape of the digital age. To face this challenge, iVideoSmart (IVS), a 3 year old startup based in Singapore, proposes an advertising business model based on the selling power of video.
Founded in 2013, Canopy offers account aggregation, portfolio analytics, and client reporting to firms that manage the money of high net worth individuals (HNIs), family offices, and external asset managers (EAMs). CTO Amit Gupta sat down to tell us more.
Since gaining its independence just over 50 years ago, the city-state of Singapore has quickly developed into a hub for startups. This growth has lead many to wonder: what’s fueling this community?
Over the past decade, a host of fintech startups have popped up around the world, looking to both capitalize on existing business and bring investing ability to new markets. Bambu, a Singapore-based company that has built a robo-advising platform, is focused on the latter.
Whether it’s a day trip snorkeling in Palawan or a visit to an elephant sanctuary in Phuket, it’s tough for activity operators to make sure that travelers around the world can snag a spot for their activity. Dawid Makowski, CTO of BeMyGuest, is changing that.