The Coming Shift in Enterprise Software
Both Sides of the Table
DECEMBER 12, 2016
Put simply Chuck is amongst the smartest and most knowledgeable leaders in the CRM industry and in the components I consider the future of enterprise software — voice driving input/output, chat-based computing and mobile-first design. Chuck as a software visionary understood this.
How Classy Is Helping Nonprofits To Attract and Retain Supporters
MARCH 11, 2016
What do you get when you combine a charitable pub crawl, the movie Anchorman, and a software developer randomly hired off Craigslist? So how did this go from a pub crawl to a software company? I think we're actually helping to solve that problem.
Colony Logic: Helping The Enterprise Overcome Legacy Systems
OCTOBER 7, 2014
The company is focused on the enterprise software area. Ultimately, we also offer up all the analytics to help them make better decisions for their business. blackstone integration software enterprise colonylogic logic colony interview vogel andy
Ten of Southern California's Top Software Companies
NOVEMBER 16, 2012
marketing, and not enough of the traditional, software-and-algorithm intensive startups you'd expect to see in Silicon Valley. The firm's software is now being. The company's software is being included in the Linux. technology computing algorithm saas software
Staff Ranker: Helping Hospitality Businesses Better Manage Workers
AUGUST 1, 2014
However, Redondo Beach-based StaffRanker (www.staffranker.com) has rolled out a system to help those companies better manage what is a notoriously difficult segment of the labor market, which has a lot of turnover and which just doesn''t match existing, corporate performance management systems.
MindSpark Taps Autistic Individuals For Software Testing Workforce
AUGUST 31, 2016
Santa Monica-based startup MindSpark announced on Tuesday that it is expanding its efforts to provide enterprise level, software testing, tapping into a workforce of employees who are specifically on the autism spectrum. According to MindSpark, it specifically hires analysis who have been diagnosed on the autism spectrum, saying those employees have better detail orientation, pattern recognition and sustained focus, which are particularly useful in the software testing area.
How to Deliver More Software Projects On Time
Both Sides of the Table
APRIL 2, 2014
There’s an old joke in software development, “How much time does it take to design software?” If you’ve been involved with a number of software projects you already have an intuitive sense for this.
FloQast Gets $1.3M For Financial Software
NOVEMBER 6, 2014
According to FloQast, it is developing closing software aimed at helping accountants close their books faster, and which integrates with Intacct and NetSuite. startup capital venture software close financial floqast Los Angeles-based FloQast has raised $1.3M in a funding round, according to the company. Source of the funding was not disclosed.
TigerText's New Bot Helps Schedule Appointments, More
MAY 16, 2016
Is a messaging "bot" the answer to helping to improve the quality of health care? According to TigerText, it has launched HealthBot , a new messagin application which can help healthcare organizations, insurance providers, and large pharmacy chains automated scheduling, provide information about drug interactions and side effects, provide medication reminders, and more.
Germany’s Software AG Adds Analytic Tools with Zementis Buyout
DECEMBER 5, 2016
Software AG, a German software giant with 4,300 employees, has acquired San Diego-based Zementis, a specialist in machine learning and data science. Zementis CEO Michael Zeller co-founded the company in 2004 to help customers glean new insights from big data by using predictive analytics. “We’ve Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, according to a statement Friday, after the acquisition closed last week.
Bridg Aims At Restaurants With New CRM Software
NOVEMBER 23, 2016
Los Angeles-based software developer Bridg said this week that it has launched a new customer relationship management (CRM) software product specifically aimed at restaurants. According to the company, it is using information from point-of-sale (POS), email, loyalty, online ordering, and other areas to help give restaurants a single, unified view of their individual customers, and helps those restaurants identify growth opportunities based on that data.
The Next 5 Years: Possible Trends in Business Software
Tech Zulu Event
JANUARY 28, 2016
During the past twenty five years, software programs utilized by business underwent tremendous changes. As cloud-based architecture continues to develop and evolve, very likely businesses will find additional uses for this helpful feature.
Pakedge Device and Software Acquired For $32.7M By Control4
FEBRUARY 5, 2016
Pakedge Device & Software , a provider of home and business networking products and services, has been acquired by Control4 in a $32.7M Control4 said that the acquisition will help it expand its networking, power management, and cloud-based remote management capabilities. pakedge device software control4 merger acquisition networking hardware
Swarm Aims To Rejuvenate San Diego's Software Industry
APRIL 4, 2014
It hasn''t been a great few months for San Diego''s software and technology industry, as the city has seen three, big software companies move their operations, and thousands of jobs, to Texas. However, in a bid to rejuvenate and re-energize the industry, a new effort-- Swarm --has just launched to bring together local software entrepreneurs, venture capital, and angel investors, in an attempt to bring new life to the region. growth investment industry software diego swarm
FloQast Finds $6.5M For Accounting Software
MARCH 16, 2016
Los Angeles-based FloQast , a new software startup developing month-end closing software for accountants, has raised $6.5M FloQast says it has developed software which works alongside Excel to help accountants do their monthly close of books. floqast accounting software close venture capital wavemaker amplify polaris tobain a Series A funding, the company said today.
Condusiv Debuts SQL, Exchange Optimization Software
APRIL 22, 2013
Burbank-based Condusiv , the developer of disk optimization software, has set its targets on SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange, with a new product. The firm said its new product, the V-locity Server I/O optimization software, is designed for use on servers running SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange. The new software helps improve storage performance on servers, by moving around disk blocks and optimizing access for those different applications.
Tritech Software Buys The Omega Group From Trimble
FEBRUARY 29, 2016
San Diego-based Tritech Software , a developer of software for the law enforcement, public safety, fire, and emergency medical services (EMS) industries, has acquired The Omega Group , a developer of cloud-based mapping and analytics software for the market. The Omega Group was owned by mapping and GPS software developer Trimble. Tony Eales, president and CEO of TriTech Software Systems, said the acquisition will help bolster its public safety strategy.
LA Clippers Turn To Computer Vision, Software Analytics To Improve Shooting
NOVEMBER 28, 2016
The Los Angeles Clippers are turning to software analytics to help improve their shooting percentages, according to software developer Noah Software. According to the software company and the Los Angeles Clippers, it has begun using analytics software to help players in accurately tracking shots during practice, to use analytics to help iprove shooting percentages for the team.
Guidance Software Lands Retailer
MARCH 2, 2011
Pasadena-based Guidance Software , the developer of electronic discovery and investigation software, announced today that it has signed an un-named, multi-billion dollar retailer as a customer. According to Guidance Software, the firm will help the retailer build an "e-discovery center of excellence". guidance software ediscovery electronic discovery legal
Fan Appz Launches Personal Marketing Platform To Help Brands Convert Fans Into Loyal Customers
Tech Zulu Event
NOVEMBER 13, 2012
That’s how social can help build customer lifetime value.”. Unlike first-generation social media solutions that focus on building awareness at the top of the funnel, Fan Appz’ Personalized Marketing Platform helps brands close the sale.
BitVore Finds $4.5M For Big Data Software
MARCH 18, 2014
Irvine-based Bitvore , a startup developing big data and intelligence-gathering software which pulls information from both public and private data sources for businesses, said this morning that it has closed a $4.5M, Series A funding round. Bitvore said one of its first products, Bitvore for Munis, helps investment banks and hedge funds looking for an information advantage in municipal bond markets.
FollowMaid Helps Clean Up, Manage Twitter Followers
AUGUST 31, 2012
The new service--created by Pacific Palisades software development firm Etronica--is aimed at both individuals and businesses. According to Etronica, the new service automatically scans Twitter accounts, and is designed to help social media managers better manage their Twitter followers. A new online service, FollowMaid , is looking to neaten up your Twitter account, by automatically pruning out spammers and find new people to follow by keyword.
Top 11 Free Travel Apps To Help Keep You Sane
Tech Zulu Event
MAY 7, 2013
Traveling has changed so much, especially with the help of a smartphone. With tens of thousands of apps available for helping you travel, costs can range from free to up to $9.99. To help your kid be on good behavior, the Beep & Boop app is there to help.
mPulse Gets $10M For Mobile Health Software
JANUARY 12, 2016
Los Angeles-based mPulse a developer of mobile software to help health plans better communicate with their clients, has raised $10M in a Series A funding round. The company's mobile software is used by health plans and pharmaceutical companies, and counts the Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) and Kaiser as customers. mpulse mobile health software venture capital communications pharmacy
Profitability Helps San Diego Lender Step Out from Industry Cloud
JULY 26, 2016
LendingClub helped to pioneer the model, saying in November 2012 that it had surpassed $1 billion in loans issued since 2006, when it was founded. There is more integrity to the process,” Gilbert said, because National Funding uses traditional loan analysts as well as software to analyze and process its loan applications.
Qualaroo Launches New Product, Helps Convert Web Visitors
MAY 22, 2013
Qualaroo , a developer of website conversion and analytics software which helps web businesses improve the experience and conversion of their visitors, has launched a new product. The company--founded by Sean Ellis, Eugene Mandel, Alex Sherstinsky, and Jason Meresman--said today that it has launched a new "Convert" product which helps website owners convert a higher percentage of their website visitors to customers.
Bluebeam Software Acquired For $100M
OCTOBER 6, 2014
Pasadena-based software developer Bluebeam Software has been acquired by German software company Nemetschek AG , the two said late Friday. According to the two, Nemetschek will pay $100M for BlueBeam, which is a developer of PDF software used for architecture, engineering, and construction. Bluebeam Software was led by Richard Lee. architecture document international nemetschek acquisition merger software bluebeam
How to Make Sure Professional Services Don’t Take Over Your Software Company
Both Sides of the Table
MARCH 21, 2013
help you integrate your product with other systems making it harder for your product to be replaced by competitors. deliver profitable revenue that while on gross margins of 50% vs. software at 85-95% it is still profits to help you cover fixed costs.
PaeDae Debuts System To Help Mobile App Developers Find New Users
FEBRUARY 21, 2013
bartr paedae mobile development software exchange link traffic advertisingOne of the biggest issues facing mobile application developers today, is finding new users among a gigantic sea of applications. A Los Angeles-based startup, PaeDae , is looking to change that with a new platform it is calling BARTR , which it says will let mobile app developers exchange traffic and users.
Poor Software Developers - Pull the Plug Early
FEBRUARY 17, 2011
There's an old adage in software development that I refer to all the time: The first 90% of development takes 90% of the time. I used this when I taught software engineering. But I thought I at least needed to do a post that made a few suggestions on how to avoid this situation: Keep your Eyes Open for the Symptoms of a Weak Development Team Hire a Part-Time CTO , Technology Advisor , or Acting CTO to help you keep an eye on what's going and increase your chances.
SOA Software Launches New Product
JUNE 10, 2013
Los Angeles-based enterprise software developer SOA Software has rolled out a new product this morning, focused on management of application programming interfaces (APIs). The company said it snew product, LIfecycle Manager for APIs, helps enterprises manage the development use of APIs, services, and software assets. According to the firm, the new software helps planning, designing, developing, operating, maintaining and retiring enterprise APIs.
MomentFeed Upgrades Location Analytics Software
FEBRUARY 14, 2012
Santa Monica-based MomentFeed , the developer of location-based marketing analytics software headed by Rob Reed, said Monday that it has upgraded its software.
O Labs Launched To Incubate, Accelerate Enterprise Software In LA
JULY 30, 2014
According to the three, they have created O Labs as an independent company specifically to create, grow, and operate portfolio companies focused on helping large and growing enterprises. olabs manatt accelerator incubator originate hale boggs keyvan peymani jeff scheinrock enterprise software startup O-Labs , new Los Angeles-based accelerator/incuabtor has launched today, create as joint venture of Originate, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP and ICM Partners.
iRise Adds iPad, Android Emulation To Prototyping Software
APRIL 18, 2012
El Segundo-based iRise , which develops enterprise prototyping software, used to help business users mock up visual software prototypes of applications, said Wednesday that it has added new support for iPads and Android phones. The company--which is backed by Morgan Stanley Venture Partners and Deutsche Bank--said its software now can create "ultra-realistic" visual simulations of apps running on the iPad an Android.
Koupon Kitty Launches Coupon Code Software
DECEMBER 12, 2012
A new, online coupon software "bookmarklet" called Koupon Kitty --backed by Juvo Capital, the investment firm of Talmadge O'Neill and Harry Tsao--said it launched Wednesday, to help consumers find the best coupon codes for various e-commerce sites. The software bookmarklet works within a web browser, and lets users click on a button to get all of the available coupons for a specific website before they start shopping.
Events.com: Creating A New Events Management Software Giant, with Gregg Parise
APRIL 13, 2015
Is the world ready for another event management software provider? Gregg Parise What we are doing, is we are going into the event management software space, and doing it through a platform technology.
Citrusbyte Wants the World to Build Better Software
SEPTEMBER 17, 2015
Citrusbyte is a full stack, design and development firm that specializes in helping companies get the APIs they need to run more efficiently. According to the team, the driving philosophy behind Mission Control was to help the world create better software. They’re confident that with their expertise, and the new Mission Control launch, they’ll be able to help you get to market and validate your product faster.
Report: Lynda.com Tops $70M In Annual Revenues
MAY 4, 2012
Ojai, California-based Lynda.com , the online education site providing online training on a variety of software, ranging from PhotoShop to AutoCAD and much more which was founded by Lynda Weinman and Bruce Heavin, is now topping $70M in annual revenues, according to reports.
LiveTime Software Gets Debt Funding
JANUARY 4, 2011
Newport Beach-based LiveTime Software , a provider of Web 2.0 service desk software, has raised a round of debt funding, according to funding provider Agility Capital. LiveTime provides ITIL service management and help desk software via software-as-a-service. livetime software venture capital debt funding saas service deskFinancial details of the debt funding were not disclosed. According to Agility, LiveTime will use the funding to support its growth.
Chrome River: Building An Enterprise Software Leader In LA, with Dave Terry
JULY 15, 2015
A few weeks ago, Los Angeles-based enterprise expense reporting software maker Chrome River (www.chromeriver.com) took a significant venture funding round--worth $100M--to help expand the company's growth in the enterprise software market. What does Chrome River's software do? It's software-as-a-service based, and we have organizations worldwide, from very small companies, to 100 employees and up, to Fortune 500 companies, across a wide variety of industries.