Industry: Consumer Goods
What they do:3D-printing
What Flux7 did: Migrate Critical Infrastructure to AWS; Use Cloud DevOps for Efficient Startup Infrastructure
Pristine helps medical professionals deliver higher quality, more cost effective, and more accessible care with its point-of-care, telemedicine technology. The Austin, Texas-based startup provides a HIPAA-compliant viewing product with a secure audio/video streaming platform optimized for Google Glass.
GoBold, previously known as YoyoCard, provides solutions and transactional platforms for the finance industry. The San Francisco-based startup, with background in card processing, compliance and consumer technology, is an active member in the digital currency community.
Level Seven is a consulting-centric technology and marketing agency. The Ohio-based firm deploys cross-disciplinary project teams of technologists, designers, developers and marketing professionals that blend classic consultancy expertise with the big ideas, analytic savvy, cutting-edge creative and user-experience insight required for its clients to effectively compete.
BoxOnline is Swiss-based incubator for start-up technology ventures. The company provides expertise and services for marketing and sales success. It develops software to create solutions for startups to properly and productively distribute their messaging to gain qualified leads.
Medallion Learning helps organizations to build a highly-trained workforce. The Denver-based company provides eLearning courses that use best practices in instructional design, delivery and assessment. The company helps learners more effectively master job skills in less time and at a lower cost.
auto.com is a website owned and operated by Classified Ventures LLC, a Delaware limited company based in Chicago. The site is a comprehensive national and international automotive and rental listing website.
Classified Ventures owns and operates the Cars.com and Apartments.com websites. Classified Ventures has been named to the INC 5000 list. Classified Ventures is a strategic joint venture among five media companies including Belo, Gannett, Tribune, The McClatchy Company and the Washington Post Company.
Bank of America is an American multi-national banking and financial services corporation, and the second largest bank holding company in the United States by assets. In 2010, it was listed as the third largest company in the world by Forbes.
Alltech Consulting Services, Inc., is in Information technology solutions, product development, and consulting and staffing firm, and is a preferred information technology partner for many Fortune 1000 companies in the USA and around the world.
Cloudant, an IBM company now, is a Massachusetts-based enterprise software company that provides an open-source/ non-relational, distributed database service that requires zero configuration. Cloudant is based on the Apache-backed CouchDB project and is the creator of the open-source BigCouch project.
Sony is a Japanese multinational conglomerate focused primarily on the electronics, games, entertainment and financial services sectors. It is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic products for the consumer and professional markets.
Mindshare is a training and publishing company that enables high-tech companies to adopt, implement and roll-out technologies. Since 1988, it significantly has been offering training courses on a wide range of subjects, including architectures – Intel AMD – ARM, programming, virtualization, memory technology and more. These courses are delivered in-house or through online as e-learning.
Industry: Big Data
Xockets is a start-up that is involved with BigData hardware co-processor development and software-defined infrastructure platforms for heterogeneous computing.
Horan & Bird is the leading solar installation company in North Queensland, Australia. Since 2003, it actively has been involved in training and new technology, including electrical and air-conditioning services, renewable energy, and energy efficiency.