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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2016: i-Human Patients, Sunnyvale, California

Posted on Monday, May 23rd 2016

i-Human Patients, Inc. is a cloud-based e-learning company that is focused on rapidly developing and evaluating critical cognitive competencies in healthcare students and practitioners. Its main value proposition is that it simulates encounters with patients in order to teach users how to quickly, accurately, and cost-effectively assess and diagnose patients.

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1M/1M Deal Radar 2015: LevelEleven, Detroit, Michigan

Posted on Friday, Jan 15th 2016

LevelEleven is a sales performance management platform. The main value proposition of LevelEleven is its unique platform that includes personalized performance scorecards for managers and salespeople, alert systems to tell a team when a key metric or team member is falling behind, and a contest engine to quickly get behavior back on track. Named by Salesforce as one of the “Top 8 Apps to Help Your Sales Soar,” it is the most deeply integrated platform within Salesforce.com, which is used by more than 100,000 sales organizations around the world. >>>

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1M/1M Deal Radar 2015: Pwnie Express, Boston, MA

Posted on Wednesday, Oct 14th 2015

About 90% of workers in the United States use their personal smartphones for work purposes without knowing the potential security threats they bring to the enterprise and themselves. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, there were 783 data breaches in 2014, a 27.5% increase over the same period the previous year. As wireless and Bring Your Own Device become even more prevalent, detecting rogue and unauthorized devices within the enterprise will become a necessary part of an organization’s information security system. Pwnie Express is focused on this fast-growing, emerging problem. >>>

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1M/1M Deal Radar 2015: DecisionNext, San Francisco, CA

Posted on Monday, Aug 24th 2015

The analytics market has been getting hotter and hotter over the last decade. However, there are very few analytics companies that build highly focused value-adding applications targeting specific industries. DecisionNext is one such company that builds predictive analytics solutions for the niche area of commodities-driven industries. Its main value proposition is that it provides comprehensive “what if” simulations that let you see the impact of changes across everything you buy and sell and identify the most profitable path forward. >>>

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1M/1M Deal Radar 2015: GMR Transcription Services, Inc., Tustin, CA

Posted on Wednesday, Jul 22nd 2015

GMR Transcription Services, Inc. (GMRT) is a leading US-based provider of transcription and translation services. Its main value proposition is that it offers accuracy, security and speed without jeopardizing cost. It ensures 100% confidentiality and security as it relies solely on people based in the US. >>>

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1M/1M Deal Radar 2015: SALESmanago, Kraków, Poland

Posted on Thursday, Jun 11th 2015

SALESmanago is a Polish cloud-based marketing automation platform. It is Europe’s largest and one of the world’s top ten marketing automation platforms. The main value proposition of SALESmanago is that it is fully integrated with mobile marketing automation platform APPmanago, which enables marketing teams to seamlessly make the switch from desktop to mobile. Also, the platform focuses on B2C marketing, as opposed to B2B, which is the sweetspot of products like Marketo. >>>

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1M/1M Deal Radar 2015: Twin Prime, Redwood City, CA

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 2nd 2015

Mobile devices have increasingly emerged as the primary way to gain access to content. The average person spends more than three hours per day on a mobile device and 86% of it is spent on apps. But the sad reality is that mobile apps are at least three times slower than their desktop version. Not only does it hamper user experience, but it also results in loss of revenue — a 1% decline for every 100 milliseconds of delay. To solve this mobile performance challenge, Twin Prime was founded in 2013 by CEO Kartik Chandrayana and CTO Satish Raghunath. >>>

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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2014: Clickable, San Francisco, CA

Posted on Wednesday, Nov 19th 2014

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Some technology startup veterans will tell you that when the markets are crashing, it could be a good time to pick up great technologies at rock-bottom prices. SuccessFactors was such a company. It was born out of the dot-com crisis of 2001 when Lars Dalgaard bought some well-funded technology companies that had gone bust and resurrected them with his vision.

After the dot-com crisis, the economic crisis provided another such window of opportunity to Mike Onghai. Inspired by the success story of SuccessFactors, he bought the assets of Clickable in 2013. >>>

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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2014: Happy Grasshopper, Safety Harbor, Florida

Posted on Monday, Jun 9th 2014

Happy Grasshopper is an email marketing company that focuses on providing fun, engaging content to help salespeople and small businesses build and nurture their relationships with leads and past customers. Founded in October 2010 by serial and parallel entrepreneur Dan Stewart, Happy Grasshopper is growing rapidly as it maintains its distinction as a company that sends emails to communicate, not broadcast.

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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2014: Nirvana Systems, Austin, TX

Posted on Thursday, Mar 6th 2014

OmniVest, the flagship product of Nirvana Systems, is a fully automated user-driven investment/fund management system that provides a user with a portfolio of trading strategies and tools to evaluate historical performances and make informed investment decisions. OmniVest was released as a paid beta to its customer base in October 2012. >>>

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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2013: Finish Line PDS, Hudson, New Hampshire

Posted on Saturday, Dec 21st 2013

Finish Line PDS is a product development service company that develops technology products for small companies in the down hole tool and machine-to-machine (M2M) technology markets, including the Internet-of-Things (IoT). Its main value proposition is that without the fixed cost of having a team of engineers, it helps companies develop products faster and at a lower cost.

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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2013: Sapience Analytics, Pune, India

Posted on Monday, Nov 25th 2013

Sapience Analytics is the creator of an enterprise-class solution designed to increase productivity and create “automated work visibility” across the enterprise hierarchy – with no added managerial responsibility. Within two years of its release, Sapience has crossed $1 million in annual revenue and has scaled to more than 50 installations and 50,000 users. Sapience has recently been selected by NASSCOM as India’s Top 10 Emerge Product company for 2013. It has also been recognized as one of India’s fastest growing enterprise software products by IDG Channel World (50 Hot Companies, 2013); NASSCOM (Lead 10, 2013); and Red Herring (Asia Top 100 technology start-up, 2011).

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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2013: Approyo, Palo Alto, California

Posted on Monday, Nov 4th 2013

Approyo is a premier SAP HANA–focused company that supports companies with their shift to the HANA platform. The company develops ready to deploy and secure predictive analytics solutions for customers in sectors like retail, oil & gas, manufacturing, and healthcare. Within two years of its launch, Approyo has created tie-ups with 23 resellers in 14 countries and has crossed $1 million in revenue. >>>

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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2013: Freshdesk, Chennai, India

Posted on Thursday, Oct 10th 2013

Freshdesk is a SaaS company that provides customer support software across multiple communication channels. The software combines a back-end helpdesk system used in ticketing and knowledge management with an online social customer portal on the front end. Within two years of its launch as a cost-effective alternative, in 2013 Freshdesk has crossed $1 million in revenue and has over 10,000 customers in over 180 countries.

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The 1M/1M Deal Radar 2013: Listar, Miami, Florida

Posted on Wednesday, Jan 16th 2013

Search and shopping are two universal online activities. As the process typically goes, a user will pull up a search engine with a purchase already in mind, looking for a place to buy it. But when Simon Vielma was approached by a girlfriend for help finding a pair of shoes she’d seen on a friend’s Facebook, he began to wonder whether the two could be combined. >>>

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