Check out Founders Network members making tech startup news headlines in this week’s member news roundup.
Ioannis Verdelis raises $2M in funding for Fleksy (via Darrell Etherington, TechCrunch). Fleksy offers an innovative keyboard designed to make typing on any touchscreen device fast, accurate, and easy.
Tejal Shah announces that KidAmit is now working with 152 San Francisco private schools (via Ronald Brownstein, CNN Money). KidAdmit is revolutionizing the way both preschools and parents manage the admissions process.
Pierre-Marc Diennet announces that nTangle is partnering with several CV (computer vision) and NLP (natural language processing) companies (via . nTangle is an interactive video platform that allows content producers to author and publish web-linked immersive video to their online audiences.
Arben Kryeziu and Nick Bicanic announce the launch of Flikdate’s Los Angeles pilot marketing efforts (via PRNewswire). Flikdate is the world’s first live-video dating app: no profiles, no waiting, no speed limits.
Gabe Davis announces that Fuse5 has signed on ICP and CPI as customers (via aftermarketNews staff,aftermarketNews). Fuse5 is a cloud-based ERP with all tools and features complete for plug-n-play use.
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