The idea of using technology to optimally disseminate information about basic issues for families led the founders of Alt12 to start a business. One of the software company’s applications is focused on health and another is aimed at expecting parents. The company’s third entry is a newly launched social network for parents named Kidfolio.
A key advantage of small companies is ease at quickly adjusting to market demands. Having a dynamic web presence is a typical example of how many smaller enterprises thrive. Zmags started in 2006 as a new business helping large operations maintain vibrant web campaigns that function on various platforms.
With so many mobile application choices, finding the right one to accomplish a specific task is cumbersome. Quixey has emerged as a premier service business to improve the app search process. A new financing deal provides the company with $3,800,000 in its first round of institutional capital. This gives Quixey funds to fuel growth and […]
As data tracking solutions for web retailers continue to improve, the demand keeps rising for e-commerce analytics. BrightTag is a Chicago-based provider of market solutions for both website operators and traditional retail companies. A recent capital infusion for BrightTag of $5,000,000 brings the total capital raised to $8,000,000 since the business started.
It may be a fad, but it’s attracting investor capital. Making ordinary commercial websites look like online games is called “gamification.” Badgeville has raised $12,000,000 to become a leader in adding game-like features to non-game applications. This is a second round of funding following $3,000,000 the company raised last year.
A fact of any parent’s life is that children quickly outgrow their clothes when the goods are still useful. Fortunately, there’s no need to wastefully throw out used clothing. This is the idea behind hand-downs discarded by growing older siblings. When the right size of younger family member doesn’t exist, a parent resorts to clothing […]