The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 11/18/2020 featuring funding details for K Health, Spring Health, and much more.
Forget about wearing your Apple Watch to track your health. Levels is the biowearable that provides real-time feedback on how your diet and activities directly impact your health. Through continuous glucose monitoring, which has traditionally been reserved for those with diabetes, the company is on a mission to address the rising rates of metabolic dysfunction in the US by monitoring the effects of your food choices. Levels currently has a waitlist of 44,000 people. AlleyWatch caught up with founders Casey Means MD Josh Clemente, Sam Corcos, David Flinner and Andrew Conner to discuss the importance of metabolic health, the company’s plans to expand the team across engineering, operations, and marketing, and recent funding round from investors that include A16z, Marc Randolph, Dick Costolo, Michael Arrington, and Matt Dellavedova.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 11/17/2020 featuring funding details for Muade, , and much more.
Options traders that reliant on data-driven trades are often forced to combine disparate sources that do not integrate directly with their trading platforms, creating bottlenecks and inefficiencies, especially when the markets are moving fast. These legacy systems also make it nearly impossible to trade algorithmically. OptionsLive is the fully electronic options trading platform that easily integrates into a traders’ existing workflows. The platform provides traders with real-time information and analytics so they can be certain they are never making trading decisions based on old or stale information. This comprehensive options trading solution is built on OpenFin, the financial markets’ operating system (OS), that’s already found in more than 1,200 desktop applications across 225,000 desktops in over 1,500 buy-side and sell-side firms. AlleyWatch caught up with David Hoffman shares more on how OptionsLive replaces legacy systems, the company’s future plans, and differentiators.
The most agile and innovative companies will rely on AI-powered digital “coworkers” alongside creative humans to enhance productivity and increase profits. Roots Automation has built the first zero integration, self-learning Digital Coworker (pre-trained bot) that can perform a variety of common tasks found in Insurance, Healthcare, and Financial Services roles. Through interactions with human counterparts, the pre-programmed bots increase their capabilities and become more efficient, better at understanding the business, and eventually have the capacity to offset the work of four to eight individuals on average per bot. AlleyWatch caught up with CEO and Cofounder Chaz Perera to learn more about the company, how his time as Chief Transformation Officer at AIG provided the inspiration for the Roots Automation, and the company’s first funding round led by Vestigo Ventures.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 11/13/2020 featuring funding details for Rho Business Banking, Tradewell, and two other rounds you will not read about anywhere else.
One of the biggest challenges with multi-location franchises or businesses is ensuring that there is brand consistency throughout all the locations. Notch is the first software that systematically introduces processes to methodically plan and furnish multiple spaces. Notch’s Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF&E) procurement software creates tools allowing users to template repetitive workflows, automate multi-vendor purchasing, centralize project data, and track inventory assets. AlleyWatch caught up with Founder Charlie Miner to learn more about Notch and the services it offers for its clients in the hospitality, flex office, restaurant, and retail industries.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 11/12/2020 featuring funding details for Better.com, Kaden Health, and much more.
Industrial companies are constantly seeking new ways to keep their workforces safe and KINETIC has been one of the key solutions. The company’s patented wearable device, Reflex, detects unsafe postures and provides real-time alerts to employees whenever they are engaging in high-risk motions. The company’s dashboard layers software so that managers and safety personnel can have a bird’s eye view into safety and incident data; now address workplace issues with a data-driven approach. AlleyWatch caught up with CEO and Cofounder Haytham Elhawary to learn about KINETIC’s technology is keeping workforces globally safe, how warehouses are able to leverage the platform, and the company’s recent funding round from investors that include Crosslink Capital, Primary Venture Partners, Nationwide Ventures, Prologis Ventures, and Ubiquity Ventures.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 11/11/2020 featuring funding details for Roots Automation, Edquity, and much more.