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A startup that helps young job candidates get a sense of what’s going on within the company they’re applying to so they can tailor their cover letter and resume toward what’s expected.


 A startup that wants to help companies make sense of the many different financial transaction systems that they manage.


Inventor Dr. Ramesh Kale has been working on a low-cost, disposable "smart" pacemaker for under $1,500. The device is implanted in a pocket-sized battery pack that an individual wears around their waist. The pacemaker is connected to the battery pack via a small wire. When the device senses irregular heartbeats, it sends a signal to the battery pack, which then notifies the individual's doctor. The battery pack is replaceable, and is expected to last up to a year.


A tool that helps freelancers price their work in a way that makes sense for different types of jobs, and helps the freelancers offer those packages to potential clients.


A tool that allows businesses to track and make sense of the data they generate.


A software platform with the goal of helping people make sense of data on the web.


A startup that helps you make sense of your finances and get new clients.


A web-based business that helps companies with a range of issues, including risk management, HR, and health and safety. The company uses AI and machine learning to make sense of insurance claims data.


This startup is building proprietary algorithms to help companies give their customers a deeper sense of what they’re doing for them.


A way to track and pay for university teaching gigs in India. The company says they already have payment processing partnerships in place in India and are looking to expand to other countries. SENSEI is one of the only companies that offer this kind of service in India.


A smart thermostat that’s more of a mood-based thermostat than a temperature-based one. In English, it means it senses your mood and adjusts your thermostat accordingly.


A web-based platform that aims to help companies make sense of their data, helping them to identify and resolve issues quickly.


 A tool that helps journalists make sense of complex data sets.


A tool that helps you visualize your data and stay organized. They help you create graphs and dashboards to help you make sense of your data. They’ve worked with companies including NICE and Intel.


A simple way to set up a company, with a clear, no-nonsense guide for the process.


A platform to help users manage and make sense of their music libraries. It’s a Spotify for non-premium users.


This company is building a tool to help people make sense of their medical records and for physicians to get a better picture of their patients.


A startup that tries to make sense of the wisdom of the crowds to help people make their decisions


A software company that wants to help companies pull data from multiple sources, combine it, and make sense of it all.


This company hopes to help businesses get a better sense of their operations, especially when it comes to their supply chains and logistics.


A company that helps athletes and other team members make sense of their training data. The startup was founded in November and is currently available in San Francisco, New York City, and Boston.


A smart alarm system that can detect motion and will turn on if it senses an intruder.


A company that uses data visualization to help companies make sense of their customer data.


A startup that helps companies who don't have a clear strategy for their data, or whose data sets are too big, make sense of it.


A health app that helps people track their food intake from the point of purchase to the point of consumption, using a unique algorithm to allow users to get a sense of how much of their food they’re actually eating.


A platform that helps companies and consultants in the US make sense of their data.


A way of organizing parts of your life in a way that makes sense, allowing you to “organize everything in one place, and all the right things are right where you need them.”


A platform that hooks up investors to teams of entrepreneurs. The startup is trying to build a way for investors and companies to make more financial sense by linking them up.


A software company that builds tools for online content creators to optimize their income by using tools like Google AdSense and YouTube Partner Program.


A startup that’s building a way for people to explore and explore a world of their own around their city. It lets you drop in for a day, look around, and get a sense of the neighborhood without having to physically travel to it.


A startup that helps businesses find tactics to help them engage with their customers through social media. The company has built a database of over 200,000 customers that it uses to get a sense of emerging trends and social media strategy.


A company that helps companies make sense of data generated by their sales leads, stock trades, and invoices.


A tool to help employers make sense of ever-growing mountains of data in HR.


A company that helps you make sense of your data, from app to mobile to the cloud.


Idea: A solution to help businesses make sense of the data they collect from their customers


A tool for measuring and tracking performance on social media. The startup wants to help social media managers measure the impact of their efforts, and get a better sense of which tweets are performing well.


Idea: A startup that makes sense of the different data that’s collected from different parts of a factory, or a building


Idea: A startup that’s building a tool for the Australian market that helps businesses make sense of their own