15 for your radar in the enterprise space in NYC…
Tell me if you have seen this scenario. You are in a small, scrappy startup that is grinding each and every day to eke out growth. Then comes across the big enterprise company that likes what your startup is doing and suggests you should work together. You have hit the jackpot! Here is a real company with a […]
The age of robots replacing the workforce has been much talked about, yet robot-fueled technologies are already here. How can these nascent technologies be integrated with our existing workforce? Enter RapidRPA, the company delivering smart robot automation to identify growth, improve productivity, and increase engagement. The company knows it’s in early at the intersection of the […]
The skill requirements needed to successfully run a software company are immense and you likely don’t have all the skills you’d like as an early stage startup between the hundreds of applications you are using to maintain lean operations. So do you hire someone or seek the services of a consultant? Neither! WorkRails is a platform that […]
With the need for heightened cybersecurity, many companies have devised incredibly complex systems to stop hackers but have overlooked the more obvious. Simply put, if I know who you are, I can recognize your features and can therefore trust who you are. Why shouldn’t a computer be able to do the same thing. HYPR Corp. […]
Seven enterprise CIOs presented their unique problems in search of partner startups to address their global pain points at the recent CIO Reverse Pitch and Hackathon. The event was hosted by vLAB. Too many startups spend lots of time, energy, and money developing an idea only to learn the hard way that no one wants […]
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Today, I take a look at the 10 companies that have raised the largest enterprise startup funding rounds in New York City in 2015 using some data from our friends at Crunchbase. In addition to dollar amount, I have included type of round, investors, and total dollar amount raised by the startup to further the analysis. […]
It may seem nice to see how many people are using your free software, but it won’t make you any money. Make sure you price your software before it is available.
Early-stage entrepreneurs rightly keep their focus on creating an innovative product or service. After celebrating success at that level, they often find themselves ill-prepared to move to the next stage, for scaling their business into a high-performing enterprise. That’s where I see too much entrepreneur burnout, growth plateaus, and founders being replaced, to their chagrin. […]