4 startups to help solve your IT problems

written by dealmaker on March 19, 2013 in Startups and Under The Radar with no comments
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After months of research around the Consumerization of IT, we’ve narrowed down our focus from 100s (literally) to the top 20 companies that are building truly innovative products and who are likely to be the next Jive, Yammer or Dropbox. If you are someone in charge of finding the next disruptive cloud service, developer tool, CRM, collaboration, analytics, recruiting, HR or mobile enterprise security product – then stay tuned. Over the coming weeks we will share our favorite ‘companies to watch.


PROBLEMBuilding secure and well-designed mobile products for your workforce takes a lot of resources. Without solid collaboration applications, your teams will quickly lag behind the competition.

SOLUTION: FeedHenry’s mobile application platform offers developers and businesses speed of development, scalability, device & cloud independence with easy integration to backend information.

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PROBLEM: Big companies need to make sure their e-commerce sites run smoothly, that pages load fast and that content gets delivered optimally around the globe.

SOLUTION: Cedexis Radar gives an outside-in look at cloud performance and can provide an inside-out view of what’s happening in applications and servers.

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PROBLEM: Big mobile developers shouldn’t have to build their own analytics infrastructure, it’s a long, hard, complex process and their focus should be on creating awesome apps.

SOLUTION: Keen IO is an analytics platform for the mobile masses. It lets developers build analytics features directly into their apps.

PROBLEM: The communication between the business team and engineering is extremely frustrating.
SOLUTION: Sprint.ly is an innovative new way to manage product development by increasing transparency between business operations and developers.


*** Stay tuned for next week’s release of 4 companies ***