In the first of the AWS SaaS Factory Startup series, we sat down with Phil Boyer of Crosslink Capital to chat about enabling success for early stage startups.
Linda Guo, founder and CEO of LogixPath, walks through how the software management startup leveraged the AWS free-tier and AWS Activate credits to migrate from Pivotal Web Services to AWS.
The success of an emerging technology giant is grounded in its people, its products, its attitude, and the quality of its infrastructure underpinnings. The team at AMPLYFI, the team took a very methodical approach to ensuring it had the right people, products and attitude, an approach it repeated when deciding which strategic infrastructure provider to form a long-term partnership with.
SupWiz uses advanced AI technology to help companies deliver improved customer service to millions of people across the world. Co-founder and Chief AI Officer Søren Dahlgaard explains.
Serhii Tkachenko, CEO of Unicheck, likes to think of the plagiarism prevention software as the ideal “topping” for any learning management system’s basic “pizza.” He sat down to tell us more.
Steve Irvine, Founder and CEO of integrate.ai, explains how the Canadian startup helps larger companies in traditional industries like banking, retail, and telecommunications compete with digital disruptors by more robustly analyzing their customer data.
Bitstrapped CMO Jesse Albinston shares how the Toronto-based cloud computing software service partner works, what role trust plays in scaling the business, and what’s next in 2019.
Keatext, an AI-powered analytics platform, interprets textual customer feedback. Co-founder and CEO Narjès Boufaden, tells us more.
Ben Sanders, CTO of Proof, talks about how the Toronto-based startup helps cut through governmental red tape by streamlining approvals. He also shares his thoughts on cloud technology simplifying government processes, and what’s next in 2019.
Proscia was founded to perfect cancer diagnosis with intelligent software that changes the way the world practices pathology. Here’s how they do it.