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full on social mediaAnthony Owen of Manalto announced a $1M Seed Investment Round from Australian and US investors to launch its software to the public. Manalto is a provider of innovative Social ERP software solutions and Premium services, including strategic social media, digital landing pages and social media marketing services.


Victor OliverosVictor Oliveros‘ startup won the $1M hackathon competition at Salesforce’s Dreamforce 2013 conference. simplifies how you choose healthcare plans today.


Conor PowerConor Power‘s startup Interpreter Intelligence partners with LanguageLine Solutions(SM) offered Intelligence Scheduling System™. Interpreter Intelligence offers software solutions for the language services industry, specifically interpretation.


Linden TibbetsLinden Tibbets‘ startup IFTTT launched iOS location channel with integrations for Foursquare, Twitter, Instagram And Facebook. IFTTT is a service that lets you create powerful connections with one simple statement: if this then that.


Jelle van GeunsJelle van Geuns‘ startup Decisions on Demand launched business rules management system for Enterprise SaaS Applications. Decisions on Demand helps users of enterprise SaaS platforms manage business rules easily.


sagi solomonSagi Solomon‘s startup Vetter Software launched a free version of their veterinary practice management software. Vetter Software is a Cloud-based practice management software for veterinarians.


Garick HismatullinGarick Hismatullin‘s startup Telecure provided free Urgent Care Services available for all California Residents, just by Tweeting. Telecure is a virtual medical clinic.



william santana liWilliam Li‘s startup won the demo day at Plug and Play Tech Center EXPO. Knightscope is developing technology that will predict and prevent crime utilizing autonomous technology, robotics and predictive analytics.


Domingo GuerraDomingo Guerra of Appthority talked about 5 Steps To managing mobile vulnerabilitiesAppthority automatically identifies and grades risky behavior in mobile apps including known and unknown malware, new malware used in targeted attacks, corporate data exfiltration, and intellectual property exposure.


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