The final group of Cloud Wars Expo Innovation Path startups focus on supply chains, manufacturing quality, ERP, data security, and career growth.
Landit’s objective is to “democratize and drive performance and career success so that work is working for everyone,” says Lisa Skeete Tatum, the recruitment software startup’s founder and CEO.
In installment 2 detailing Cloud Wars Expo Innovation Path companies, Tom Smith looks at software for HR optimization, supply chain streamlining, and CPG retail execution.
The software supplier aims to streamline the spare parts market for heavy industry by sending out digital files, so that parts can be produced on demand.
Specright aims to make businesses and their supply chains run more smoothly by digitizing vast amounts of data on products, packaging, and related specifications.
EcoCart’s software makes it easy for online shoppers to make their purchases carbon-neutral, helping e-tailers be more sustainable
With the help of AI and analytics, the hiring platform humanizes the process by placing as much value on the candidates as on the employer.
Startup Crosschq delivers HR software apps that streamline recruiting processes, including reference checking,
In the latest Data Revolution Minute, Ep. 21, Pablo dives into the new collaboration project between Snowflake and Anaconda: SnowPark.
The AI startup Wisy is looking to help consumer packaged goods firms with a costly problem, delivering intelligence that enables optimized execution at retail.
The startup helps companies preserve their investment in non-office workers by engaging and retaining those individuals.
The nimble Fargo, N.D.-based startup built its business in the Microsoft Dynamics GP world but is increasingly focused on Acumatica, SQL Server, and cloud migrations.
Cloud Wars’ coverage is expanding beyond the Cloud Wars Top 10, highlighting more innovators that dazzle their customers.
It’s time for organizations to reject notions of the past and take advantage of resources to accelerate growth and their digital futures.
HYCU’s technology operates across enterprise and public clouds to give customers a flexible approach to data protection and backup.
Scytale helps companies achieve and maintain ISO 27001 and SOC 2 compliance with an advanced automation platform
In this My Metaverse Minute, Kieron confronts the question, “Will we still want the Metaverse after the pandemic?” and how big corporations are key to Metaverse success.
Before jumping into implementation, it’s important to know about the process and bottlenecks in implementing technologies, such as automation.
Zoom is already the go-to virtual communications platform. Now, the company is joining forces with promising start-ups to provide a next-level user experience.
For organizations coasting by regulatory compliance, it’s time to batten the hatches. Ransomware adversaries are moving at light speed.