Throughout history, debt collectors have been been hated by their community. It's a deeply unpleasant and tough job. So why not let a computer do the work?
When loan sharks bite, they bite hard and often leave a nasty scar. But when you need cash and the bank is shutting you out, there's often no other option.
Aidil Zulkifli, a lawyer in Singapore, and Izati Ngaliman, who heads up the marketing side, founded Singapore-based LoanGarage in 2012 to solve this problem. The two founders are building the business with the goal of making loan sharks more transparent.
Ensafer is one approach to cloud security. It’s a product for end-to-end encryption — that means your stuff, whatever it is, stayed encrypted through transporting, sharing, storing, etc.
Nimble, the startup that burst into the enterprise with the bold statement “customer relationship management sucks,” is going strong. Today, it announced a series of product updates that will help salespeople more effectively manage their contacts.
BipSync, a startup created by three Stanford graduate students, aims to simplify the process of gathering, retrieving, and analyzing information about investment opportunities.
Creating web video isn't easy, but Tubifi says it's found a way to make it cheaper.
MaillGapp is a small company that solves a small yet majorly annoying problem: coming away from your P.O. box empty handed.
If LinkedIn and eHarmony had a baby, it would probably look and act something like HireQ.
Have you ever built a product that small businesses would love, but you're not sure which clients are your best targets?
LIONS@FRICA brings DEMO to sub-Saharan Africa to unleash the continent's innovation potential
Mersive's Solstice software lets multiple users use one display.
Would you get better results from phone calls if you knew more about the people at the other end of the line?
Opal Brainstorms is a product aimed at helping global teams hold creative, effective brainstorming sessions.
Where's the happy medium between a staid slideshow and an out-of-control Twitter wall at your keynote? Prezentarium wants to balance education with interactivity for speakers and educators.
Want an app but can't code? This may help.
What if you could have all of your employees, cloud applications, documents, files, and customer data in one place? Zeppelin thinks it can actually capture them all in a jar.
We hear about "bring your own device" and protecting the enterprise cloud all day every day. But what about the consumer cloud, i.e.: half the applications on your phone. Passwords aren't safe enough, but perhaps using the wealth of available technology on a smartphone can help us more securely identify ourselves.
Truphone aims to solve a problem common to international travelers: excessive roaming charges. The company has developed a prepaid SIM card, dubbed the Tru Sim, which lets you pay local data and voice rates.
ClickWithMeNow aims to making the experience of online shopping less solitary and more collborative.
Video chatting company FreshTag is sick of having to invite you to things. Can't you just anticipate what FreshTag wants and do it before it asks? Gosh, be a better user. That is, when it comes to video chats. The company set up a way to video chat without usernames or friend-invites, though it may not be the most private way to meet face-to-face online.