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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2012: EADOC, Oakland, CA

Posted on Monday, Mar 12th 2012

EADOC, LLC is a profitable, $1 million-plus cloud computing company that provides a Web-based construction management application for the $1 trillion construction industry. EADOC is used to manage complex commercial and industrial projects with a large number of stakeholders, including facility owners, project managers, contractors, architects, engineers, subcontractors, and consultants. Currently, more than $4 billion in construction projects are being managed with the use of EADOC’s application. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2012: InsureMonkey, Las Vegas, Nevada

Posted on Monday, Jan 16th 2012

If you’re lucky, you have an employer who offers a great health plan that doesn’t cost too much. These days, millions of people aren’t so fortunate. Either they are unemployed, self-employed, or their employers don’t have health plans that meet their needs. The founders of the Las Vegas, Nevada–based InsureMonkey understood that searching for insurance can be a study in frustration and set out to alleviate some of that frustration by simplifying the search process. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: Artisan Infrastructure, Austin, Texas

Posted on Monday, Dec 19th 2011

Artisan Infrastructure (AI) is a wholesale infrastructure as a service (IaaS) provider that delivers infrastructure on demand through a global network of more than 250 service providers. Partners include national and international managed service providers, systems integrators, software developers, communications providers and value added resellers. Artisan Infrastructure helps its partners eliminate the capital expense of building and maintaining high-quality, scalable infrastructure and minimize operational and engineering overhead. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: Timeus Interactive, Delhi, India

Posted on Monday, Oct 31st 2011

Companies have different marketing and technology needs based on their sizes and the needs of their myriad customers and partners. That’s what makes companies like Timeus Interactive, based in Delhi, India, so valuable. Each client gets a solution as individual as a custom-made suit.

Founded in 2003, Timeus Interactive is a 100% self-funded boutique creative agency in the Internet professional services industry.  The company started as a Web development agency, primarily developing and maintaining websites. It has since evolved into a full-service agency that offers multi-platform user interface design and marketing services. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: MicroGREEN Polymers, Arlington, Washington

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 27th 2011

Anything we do to reduce the amount of garbage that gets dumped into landfills is as beneficial to us as it is to the environment. Recycling is important, particularly the recycling of nonbiodegradable materials like plastic. Companies like MicroGREEN Polymers, Inc. in Arlington, Washington, are doing their part to make recycling easier and more affordable for companies such as restaurants, grocery stores and other places where plastic containers and signs are used regularly. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: iOffice Corp, Houston, Texas

Posted on Monday, Sep 26th 2011

There will be a need for companies that provide facility management services as long as people need to go to work. Companies like the Houston, Texas–based iOffice Corp are valuable not only because organizations have to provide comfortable, functional workplaces for their employees, but because iOffice in particular makes it easy and affordable for them to do so. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: AppRiver, Gulf Breeze, Florida

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 14th 2011

AppRiver — featured in this blog in 2009 — like Agiliance, finds itself once again on Inc. Magazine’s 2011 500|5000 list. Over the past two years, the company, which was founded in 2002 by CEO Michael Murdoch and CIO Joel Smith, has more than doubled its 2007 revenue of $11.4 million to $27.9 million, giving AppRiver a three-year growth of 145%. The company has also increased its employee roster by 72. As we revisit this profitable bootstrapped company that competes for customers in the email security space with the likes of Google’s Postini, Symantec’s Message Lab and McAfee’s MX Logic, and with Intermedia and McAfee for the Hosted Exchange market, we’ll take a closer look at what sets AppRiver apart, both internally and externally. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: Acumatica, Bethesda, Maryland

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 7th 2011

According to CIO.com, enterprise resource planning software (ERP) is designed to integrate the functions of a company’s various departments into a single unified software program running off of one database to facilitate the sharing of information. Such integration cuts down on errors and saves time, particularly in regards to patients’ medical histories. Since the advent of the cloud, SaaS ERP companies like Acumatica have found a market discontinuity against which to sell their products. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: Agiliance, San Jose, California

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 6th 2011

It’s that time of year again: Inc. Magazine has published its 500|5000 list. Arguably, a company that Inc. ranks third in its industry (software), first in its region (San Jose) and 39th overall has some bragging rights. It doesn’t hurt to have a three-year growth rate of 4,909% and revenues in excess of $6 million, either. But there are still 38 more companies to surpass on the road to first place.

Founded in late 2005, San Jose, California–based Agiliance is an independent provider of operational and security risk management solutions for governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) programs. The company’s RiskVision provides a unified view of organizations’ risk posture, combining policy, compliance, and incident and threat or vulnerability management applications in one platform. The flexible, scalable automation is designed to enable organizations to deliver closed-loop risk management and continuous compliance and thus make better investment decisions. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: Knowlagent, Alpharetta, Georgia

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 16th 2011

Anyone who’s ever worked in a call center knows that there’s a certain ebb and flow of incoming calls. Often, during the ebb, call center agents have little or no other work to do. Alpharetta, Georgia–based Knowlagent seeks to minimize the amount of down time call center agents have. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: Cellit, Chicago, Illinois

Posted on Monday, Aug 15th 2011

With the advent of smart phones, the mobile marketplace has grown by leaps and bounds. People send emails, make purchases, or update their Facebook statuses with their cell phones as much as if not more than they use them to make phone calls. Today’s consumers are  more mobile than ever before, and reaching them is an ongoing challenge for marketers.

Cellit is a $5 million, profitable mobile marketing platform provider based in  Chicago, Illinois, that allows companies to send text and multimedia messaging  service (MMS) messages to their customers. These mobile campaigns act as a  mobile customer relationship management (CRM) tool for retailers, restaurants  and other companies that want to leverage mobile technology to increase customer engagement.  Cellit’s Studio campaign management platform helps clients to create interactive mobile CRM programs including coupons, contests, games,  surveys, and alerts that inform, delight and motivate customers and increase  knowledge, loyalty, and spending. The company integrates with client enterprise and point-of-sale (POS) technology and provides an easy to implement, measurable way to maximize the potential of the mobile channel. Cellit’s client list includes IKEA, SUBWAY, Pizza Hut, and Zumiez. The company appeared on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in 2010.

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: Healthcare Interactive, Glenwood, Maryland

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 9th 2011

A report issued by the U.S. Census Bureau in September 2010 stated that in 2009, more than 50 million people living in the United States did not have health insurance. According to Wikipedia, more money per person is spent on health care in the United States than in any other country in the world. It makes sense that anything that helps to reduce the overall cost of health care while improving the quality of care that people receive is a good thing. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: Monarch Media, Santa Cruz, California

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 2nd 2011

Online education and training continue to grow in popularity. It costs less for students to get bachelor’s and master’s degrees online. Employers, too, save money by arranging for employees to take training courses online and on their own time.

Monarch Media has provided e-learning solutions, including online and mobile courses, educational software development, learning management systems, and instructional design for more than 13 years. The Santa Cruz–based company serves a client base across both the private and public sectors. The top target segments are educational publishers, universities, government agencies, nonprofits and corporate training departments, and the company follows a traditional business-to-business approach. Within the educational publishing market, Monarch Media focuses on serving large and mid-sized companies ranging from the largest in the industry, such as Cengage Learning, Elsevier and the National Institutes of Health to specialty publishers like ETR Associates, a provider of specialized public health training materials. Monarch Media also plans to launch new product lines of skills training courses for mobile delivery.

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: ONOSYS, Cleveland, Ohio

Posted on Monday, Aug 1st 2011

At the beginning of the 1995 movie “The Net,” Sandra Bullock is seen ordering a pizza online. What seemed like a novel concept back then is almost commonplace today. According to the twentysomething founders of ONOSYS (Online Ordering Systems), Stan Garber, Alex Yakubovich and Oleg Fridman, online ordering sales are growing at 30% to 50% annually. Small wonder the founders created a software product that would make it easy and affordable for restaurants to offer their customers an alternative take-out ordering method.

ONOSYS is a Cleveland, Ohio–based company that develops mobile and online ordering systems for restaurant chains. The company services over 75 brands including Papa John’s International, Panera, Applebee’s, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Panda Restaurant Group and numerous others. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2011: PhoCusWright, New York And Connecticut

Posted on Tuesday, Jul 26th 2011

As long as the world has people who can afford to support it, the travel and tourism industry will continue to exist. The industry experienced a decline, understandably, after September 11, 2001. Travel declined again when the recession started in 2007, and an increasing number of people found themselves either unemployed or underemployed, practices like “staycations” grew in popularity. Businesses, too, spent less on business trips, choosing instead to hold video conferences or teleconferences whenever possible. Since, according to USTravel.org, 14 million jobs are either directly or indirectly supported by travel and tourism, companies like PhoCusWright, provide an invaluable service. >>>

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