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An online service for companies that allows them to connect their products to third-party markets. The company’s goal is to allow companies to sell their products in other countries, and also to help them better understand demand.
A startup that provides a platform for managing and connecting third-party software for mobile devices The company says it has $10,000 in monthly recurring revenue, mainly from Android
The startup is building a platform to help people to buy and sell gently used items, like cars, without having to go through a third party like eBay or Craigslist. They have a plan in place to expand into new categories in 2020.
A platform that helps businesses and job seekers find and connect with remote teams. Currently, they're working with a company in Brooklyn called Crave that hires people remotely through a third-party site.
The company provides a single, unified interface for customers to access their data and resources, plus a suite of APIs that allow third-party developers to integrate their services into
A tool to help companies in the UK and Ireland comply with new GDPR rules regarding selling data to third-parties.
A startup that lets companies handle payments in a more transparent way. It’s an API that connects payments platforms and third-party data, and helps companies figure out which payments to accept and which not to.
A messaging app that allows people to chat with a coder they’re hiring, without a third party,
A product that helps transport companies find and hire drivers, with a focus on the U.S. trucking market. The startup is marketed towards companies that already use a third-party recruitment or “driver matching” service.
A templated API for third-party apps to integrate with Slack.
A platform that allows companies to crowdsource information and data. The startup has developed a platform to help companies integrate data from third-party sources.
A startup that makes it easy for retailers to accept payments from third-party app integrations, with plans to expand internationally.
A platform for companies to host live video webinars on their own websites or via a third party. The company says the software is easy to use, and has had over 12,000 live webinars hosted, with over 90% of those lead to more sales.
A SaaS platform for marketers and businesses to create their own digital ads for Facebook. The startup is in a third round of investment and will launch in the first half of 2020.
A fashion company that wants to make it easy for fashion brands to integrate the sales of third party products into their own websites.
A secure messaging app that allows users to share personal information with apps. The idea is to make it easier for users to share things like medical records and other sensitive information with third party apps.
A startup that wants to make the “banking process” easy for millennials. The CEO says that half of millennials don’t have checking accounts, and another third don’t have credit cards. They want to do for banking what Mint did for personal finance.
This startup is building an application that connects credit unions with third parties like landlords, allowing them to provide credit to their members at a lower cost than in-person lenders.
A company that aims to build a web-based, third-party curator for Amazon. The startup’s founder says that by offering a third-party curator of Amazon, a company can take advantage of the huge inventory of products that Amazon offers and cut out the middleman.
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 tool that provides an interface to connect to third-party data sources, like credit cards, loyalty programs, and other apps, to produce a complete customer profile.
A startup that’s building an AI-powered email marketing platform, where emails are a lot more personal, without the need to go through a third-party service.
A third-party insurance company that offers $0 monthly premiums to customers who pay in full every month.
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.
This startup wants to make it easier for anyone to find a roommate. The team wants to provide a way for people to connect with each other that doesn’t require a third party verification.
This startup is building an API for onboarding third party software into different companies’ workflows. The platform is currently available to customers in four industries.
A platform for businesses (mostly restaurants) to offer delivery services without having to depend on third parties.
A tool for managing the data on a small to medium sized business. It’s a white label product that is available to be customized by either a third party or a business owner.
A platform that helps companies manage warranty claims. It’s an internal tool for companies, but they’re looking to add third-party vendors to use the platform as well.
A platform that helps retail merchants with third-party logistics and returns.
A platform for tracking and understanding the health of small businesses. The platform incorporates data from disparate sources like patient feedback and third-party surveys to provide real-time insights into the health of a business.
A platform for insurers, doctors, hospitals, and patients to communicate data about a patient without having to go through a third party. The data is used to improve care and reduce costs, and it’s currently being used in the UK.
A business that is using blockchain to help eliminate the need for third-party services.
A startup that connects customers to third-party products that can be shipped in a day, rather than weeks.
A platform for supporting and managing workers in the gig economy, allowing users to pay third parties for work done only by their employees. Currently in a private beta for companies with fewer than 10 employees.
A platform that allows users to create events and sell tickets online, now in the third round of funding.
A tool for mobile developers to integrate their apps with third-party tools in order to save time and money, and a more efficient way to do things.
A startup that wants to build a ‘truly open’ product stack so that any business can build apps for their customers. Using a pricing plan that forces a company to choose between building an app on their own platform or using a third party.
A unique, third-party app that helps you track your shipping from UPS, FedEx, USPS, DHL, and Aliexpress. The company has sold $20,000 in products since October 1, 2016.
When you buy a TV on Amazon, the company takes a big cut of your money. You can buy a Roku and use a third-party app to stream Amazon content.
A startup for third-party data and insights for publishers, which provides data on things like which news publishers have the most pageviews, most shares, etc.
A third-party API for managing and sharing their credit reports.
A company that helps allow companies to share data internally, while still going through a third party. It’s a bit like a P2P version of a company that helps share information between employees internally, but without the need for a third party.
A social network for people doing exercise, with an API to allow third parties to build apps on top of it.
This startup provides a platform for employers to pay their workers, eliminating the need for a third-party payroll service.
A tool that helps companies manage their third-party risk for business travel, with partners ranging from Avis to American Airlines.
This is a business that provides third-party software and services that allow businesses to connect and communicate with each other, and is backed by the venture capital firm General Catalyst.
An API and API wrapper that makes it easier to integrate third-party apps and services. This has been downloaded over 100,000 times.
A software-as-a-service that helps companies locate and manage their third-party suppliers, including those in India.
A startup that helps small businesses make online payments. It has an iOS app, an Android app, and an API for third-party apps.
A company that provides developers with a platform to build third-party apps to interact with other apps and devices, and a platform for developers to build apps to interact with other apps and devices.
A B2B platform connecting companies with third-party service providers, giving companies a way to pay their bills and get repairs done.
Idea: A software company that helps enterprises retain their most valuable employees, by providing a third-party system that handles internal communications across teams
Idea: A third-party application for managing the construction process of a home. It works to help management companies coordinate the flow of work on a building site, and help architect firms coordinate the flow of work on a construction site.
A startup that makes it easy for businesses to collect and analyze data from their traders as well as third party market data. The company has one paying customer: a hedge fund.
A platform that allows users to purchase and sell data. For instance, a third-party could use the API to compare the cost of an Uber ride in different cities.
A startup to buy and sell used cars, with a focus on providing a safe and easy way for folks to manage everything involved in the process. The startup wants to make it easy to sell a car without involving a third party.
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