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Two different hardware startups that aim to help businesses set up a server farm on the cheap. Both claim their products are the lowest-cost solution for businesses looking to set up a private cloud.
A tool that allows users to quickly find a doctor and schedule a visit from their mobile device. The startup’s website is now a platform for thousands of doctors in the US to set appointments on a first-come first-serve basis.
A text-based messaging platform that serves as a go-to for employees and students to communicate with their employers and schools.
A startup that’s looking to build a chatbot that can serve as a digital concierge for your home. The startup is already working with a few dozen home service providers to offer its AI-powered service.
A company that offers a platform for delivery of medical supplies to remote and underserved communities.
An iPhone app that helps people find and reserve concert tickets
This startup helps employees gain access to their employer’s network and resources without logging in. It’s an employee portal that connects to the company’s own servers to provide a unified sign-on.
A company that offers a DDoS service, allowing people to rent out their servers and charge for the service.
develops a SaaS platform for retailers to host and serve webinars to customers.
A smartphone app that helps patients help themselves. The app helps users manage their prescriptions, so they can take medications at the right time, and refill them before they run out. It also serves as a reminder to patients that they’re taking their meds, and will remind them when their prescriptions are about to expire.
This startup is working on an AI-powered system that monitors data on Amazon’s servers, allowing companies to guard against potential security breaches.
A travel concierge platform that serves travelers who want to visit the same places. It is designed to connect travelers with similar interests and save money by helping them make a booking at the same time.
A company that enables companies to build bot-enabled services and chatbots. The company already has a beta product, a chatbot for booking a server that runs on Amazon’s Alexa.
A startup for startups looking to grow internationally. It’s a more self-serve approach than other startups, but the founders believe that they can provide the best service for a given price.
A startup that works with restaurants to provide them with the tools they need to “self-serve” their customers. The startup wants to make it easier and more profitable for restaurants to provide meal delivery.
A market research platform for fashion designers that serves as a central database for pricing, trends, and quality.
A self-serve platform that connects independent contractors and clients across North America. The startup says their platform helps to reduce the overhead of managing a workforce, while providing an easy way for employers to find talent.
A smart home server that can automate and integrate a person’s personal devices (lights, thermostat, etc.). The company is also an app developer, with a marketplace for other companies to integrate with their products.
A company that predicts how much a customer is willing to spend on a new product and then serves up the product based on that prediction.
A self-serve platform for saving money on auto insurance or just comparing rates, which they say is “faster, cheaper, and more comprehensive then any other website”. They currently have $2.5 million in monthly recurring revenue and are looking to launch in Miami and Atlanta.
This startup is working on a platform that will allow restaurants to track what customers are ordering without the restaurant having to install and manage a server.
An online service that serves as a comparison site for consumers that helps them find the best price for the best product.
A startup that serves as the “Netflix for creative work” for businesses, featuring music and video as well as online-only courses.
Serves as an “Amazon” for the “prosumers” who buy and sell things on Amazon that they can’t sell on Amazon, which handles shipping, returns, and customer service.
A startup working on a new communications protocol for decentralized networks. The company aims to build a network of devices that can communicate without relying on centralized servers.
A startup that wants to help people automate their infrastructure, powering their servers and computers with apps.
A system for monitoring and optimizing multiple servers at the same time. The startup hopes to help companies manage their data centers.
"We believe that the world’s 2.5 billion farmers deserve access to information they can trust. We believe that everyone deserves an opportunity to improve their lives. We believe that, in the long run, this is good for the planet."
A startup that builds software for companies that are moving or re-opening their physical retail locations. The company is working with a dozen retailers, with plans to ultimately serve over 200 companies.
A digital wallet that’s designed to serve the needs of women in China. Currently, the platform does not offer features that are common in the US, such as peer-to-peer payments, a feature that is required in China for transactions to be legal.
A platform that integrates with healthcare providers to find communities and provide feedback on their needs. Its goal is to bring community health and quality of life to this underserved population.
A data center with a 1 MW capacity for storing data and a network of 20,000 servers. It aims to help businesses and governments solve big problems with big data.
A microinsurance startup that serves older Americans looking to make sure they don’t spend money on medical expenses they can’t afford.
A startup that provides a service for renting servers, using a model similar to Airbnb Users can rent a server by the hour, day, week, or month They rent out their unused servers, which helps keep them up to date, and clients get cheap hosting
Notebook, an online service for learning and notes, has a self-serve platform, through which users can send handwritten notes to their favorite teachers for grading.
A startup that wants to use facial recognition to make it easier for companies to manage employee access to their accounts and devices. The idea is that this startup serves as a “supervisor of the cloud”.
A payment processor for small businesses that provides low-cost ATM withdrawals and cash-back payments. The company wants to partner with ATMs that have locations in underserved areas that have a high concentration of cash-carrying customers.
The startup stems from the idea that a lot of people who have billions of dollars in reserve don’t invest it, and Aorta wants to be a place where anyone can start investing in a diversified portfolio of stocks seamlessly.
A startup that uses AI to determine which ads and product pages are most relevant to users and then serves those ads to them. The company is currently working with advertisers to build these models and is looking to expand to other verticals.
A company that buys the leftover food from the restaurants it serves, packaging and reselling the food for a profit.
This startup is going after the $2.5 trillion PBOC, or People’s Bank of China. A financial technology startup that wants to serve the Chinese populace that isn’t as online-savvy as westerners.
The startup is looking to serve the needs of small and medium-sized companies by offering “managed customer relationship management.”
Collaborative legal system that connects lawyers and clients to serve as a mediation tool.
A startup that helps real estate agents with "after-hours" showings The startup wants to grow into a managed marketplace that serves as a broker for all home services, from repairs to insurance
An e-commerce for the under-served, aimed at those who want to buy a good but don’t have the means to do so. The founders believe that “goods are the new money”, and that the startup has the chance to be a “new currency” for the poor.
A subscription app that allows users to set up a recurring payment to a third party. The startup is building out a recurring payments API to serve as a base for other startups that want to create recurring payments solutions.
A dating app that serves to connect people with the same interests through a private group. It is a spinoff of the successful PopSurvey, which was acquired by LinkedIn
A platform that offers financial services, with a focus on the unbanked and underserved.
New York based startup that is taking the stress out of managing your own private cloud, allowing you to manage your own servers, backups, and other essential infrastructure.
An ad network that focuses on under-served demographics, focusing on users who are under 18 and worth around $600 to advertisers.
An online service that helps people find and sell used goods and collectibles. The company is also looking at a new model where it will serve as a marketplace to help buyers find and buy goods.
A B2B platform that serves the needs of HR and finance departments to manage their rosters and payrolls.
This startup is building a premium, shared-bikes-for-hire platform in Los Angeles that aims to be an Uber for urban transport. Their bikes will be electric and can be reserved online, on-call 24/7, for one hour or longer.
A new product by the founders of a popular open-source project, allowing people to see all of their files on file servers and get them to sync with their desktop.
Build a business that brings the customer service model to the cannabis industry, and helps the industry better serve their customers by creating a network that supports the needs of both the consumer and the industry.
A venture-backed startup that serves as a marketing platform for credit card and bank data that lets companies run campaigns. It’s also a marketplace for data, where companies can buy and sell their own data sets.
A payments company that serves high-volume ecommerce merchants. It’s in the process of launching a service that will enable online sellers to offer rewards to buyers.
A chatbot to help businesses grow their international footprint. The chatbot will serve as a way for businesses to quickly and easily find markets in other countries and sell there.
A platform that helps people find the best and cheapest healthcare, based on the best information available on what treatments are effective, and what providers are best. HealthMap is targeting big cities in the US that have good healthcare options and are currently underserved by them.
Jeeves is a service that lets people reserve rooms on Airbnb, post photos, and chat with hosts. It’s currently running in San Francisco and Los Angeles and has plans to expand to New York City, Chicago, and Washington, DC.
A company that helps find and hire doctors in the United States to serve as mentors for American students studying abroad.
A company that turns any spare bit of hardware into a secure cloud server.
This is a platform that helps companies find and hire remote employees. It’s an expansion of the company’s existing service which it says already serves 2,000 companies.
The startup wants to build a “third-party insurance-for-everyone” platform that offers affordable health insurance. The startup has already built a network that serves around 200,000 people in the US and has raised $3.5 million.
The startup is developing a new product in the self-serve kiosk market and is looking for seed funding
A startup that gives you a way to help manage your finances without having to go to a full-service bank. The startup wants to serve as a more simple way for consumers to manage their finances and wants to be a part of the conversation around empowering consumers.
A web app that helps teachers organize their lessons, then share them with colleagues. The startup’s founders are veterans of the education sector and the product is meant to serve as a kind of “Google Docs for teachers.”
A SaaS that serves as a “commercial intranet” for companies, developed by a former Microsoft executive. The company says it has nearly 1,000 customers and has raised $30 million in funding.
A company that builds a way to observe and track the movement of people in real time through a smartphone application. It’s a way to keep celebrities safe at festivals and other events. The founders say they’ve already been approached by several celebrities to use their product.
A startup that aims to help couples communicate better about money, based on the four “R”s: Respect, Responsibility, Reserve, and Rethink.
Expense sharing for travel is a growing trend, but Expense Buddy aims to do it better than others by creating a “predictive expense engine” that creates a bill for your trip before you leave, and serves it to you via email or SMS.
This startup wants to be the all-in-one platform for managing mobile repair and maintenance. It serves companies like Best Buy, which have over 1,100 stores, and wants to help them easily manage and pay for repairs.
A startup that lets customers book appointments online. It has served 800,000 users since launching in August 2018. It will have a team of 10 by the end of the year, with a $2.5 million seed round led by Grishin Robotics.
A startup that helps businesses find a local contractor and reserve time with them for maintenance and repairs.
A social network for the small, independent coffee shops that serve as anchors for a neighborhood. The startup wants to help coffee shops grow with a social network and start-up accelerator.
A startup that helps travelers with visa and currency exchange; clients include HSBC. The company has served over 3.2 million travelers since launching in 2011.
A payment processor for local Malaysian online sellers. It serves as a gateway between sellers and local banks, allowing sellers to deposit funds or make payments into their accounts.
A startup that wants to build a decentralized banking system. The founders say that banks are creating systems that are too expensive and too clunky to be used, and that the market is underserved — especially by credit cards, which are used by everyone in the world, but for which there’s no good way to transfer money across borders.
A tool for editing photos and videos in the cloud, meant both for professionals and for anyone looking to preserve their work.
A digital platform for those who operate small businesses (like restaurants, cafes, and beauty salons) to serve as a one-stop shop to track and manage their business. It’s a tool that aggregates all of the paper and online paperwork into a single platform.
A startup that’s building a “self-serve” payment system for restaurants. It’s a product of the food-tech world, with the goal of streamlining the process of paying for orders.
A video rental app aimed at helping customers find and reserve movies from the comfort
This startup is building a platform that allows businesses to manage their payroll and benefits from a single system. The startup already serves Fortune 500 companies.
A startup that provides a directory of all of the local restaurants and dishes they serve so that you can learn about the local cuisine
Idea: A way to turn your computer into a server
Idea: A startup that is meant to help businesses manage their data storage costs by using self-serve products and software
Idea: A startup building tools for developers to build, secure, and deploy machine learning and data science models This is the “serverless” version of their main product
Idea: This startup wants to build a “non-technical” interface for setting up web servers It’s building a platform that allows anyone to create a web-based service, and it’s been used to launch a website about the alt-right, among other things
Idea: Removing the need for server administration while keeping
Idea: An IDE for writing serverless applications
Idea: A tool for building serverless applications, but with a twist: it’s designed to make it easier to write serverless applications that are also APIs
Idea: A platform for companies to manage their remote, international teams The startup’s main pitch is that its software serves as a better replacement for tools like Slack
Idea: A platform for small business owners, built to help them manage their business and provide finance and support for under-served communities
Idea: A software platform that helps retailers serve their customers better, with many of the features of a CRM but specifically for retailer use
Idea: A “digital concierge” for restaurants The startup aims to help restaurants better serve their customers, from ordering to logistics, to takeout
Idea: A SaaS product that helps create recurring donations, a recurring revenue model usually only done by nonprofits The startup wants to serve for-profit businesses looking to encourage repeat purchases
Idea: Kubernetes for databases. The startup wants to help companies manage data across different databases on a single server, and move data between them.
A mobile app meant to serve as a sort of concierge for things like travel and activities. The startup is currently working with 1,000 tourists in Buenos Aires.
Idea: A startup that sells and ships cereal to customers. The startup wants to tap into an underserved niche of customers who want cereal that’s not available in stores.
Idea: A startup that is building an internet for everything. Blockstack wants to create a platform that allows apps to work on any device without requiring a centralized server.
xtop is a mobile platform that’s helping companies serve up ads to employees. It provides a login for employees and companies, a mobile-first browser, and a tool for managing ads.
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