Check out Founders Network members making tech startup news headlines in this month’s member news roundup.
Matt Hendrickson, Founder of Ascendify, announces an investment from GE Ventures (via Business Wire). Ascendify offers a completely mobile, social, talent acquisition platform with modern recruiting point solutions.
Domingo Guerra, Founder of Appthority, launches on-device capabilities to secure enterprises from millions of risky apps (via PR Newswire). Appthority is an app-risk management service that helps enterprises identify and manage the risks hidden in mobile apps.
Dan McGuire (Founder) and Andrew Jones‘ (CTO) Skinnyprice is featured by Dell as the next big thing in e-retail (via Dell for Entrepreneurs). Skinnyprice has patented pricing technology that improves e-tailer’s conversions by fundamentally reinventing pricing.
John Pettus, Founder of Fiskkit, is featured the article “With Fiskkit, Anyone Can Criticize the Media” (via Techpresident). Fiskkit was created to provide a better place for people to discuss important news topics and to find what information is good and bad in every article on the Internet.
Ty Walrod, Founder of Bright Funds, is featured in the article, “Why Businesses That Are Purpose-Driven Come Out on Top” (via Inc). Bright Funds lets you easily and effectively manage your charitable giving by building a customized giving portfolio.
Marc Ira‘s TalinoEV is featured in Tech in Asia for finding a clever way to make electric vehicles cheaper for emerging markets (via Tech in Asia). TalinoEV is an electric vehicle business-platform company.
Gabe Davis‘ Fuse5 is selected by National Auto Stores (NAS) to run in eighteen of their locations (via After Market News). Fuse5 is a POS, CRM, inventory and back office management software for the automotive aftermarket.
Congratulations to everyone on a stellar month of success!
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