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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: i-Jet Media, Silicon Valley, California

Posted on Monday, Oct 11th 2010

i-Jet Media is a social games publisher and social media distribution network. Within the framework of cooperation with social games developers, i-Jet Media examines their games, markets, elaborates on, and adapts games, integrates applications, and provides technical support for users in many world languages. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: Suncoast Capital Group, Coral Gables, Florida

Posted on Thursday, Oct 7th 2010

Suncoast Capital Group is an investment firm that deals exclusively in certificates of deposit (CDs). Using a proprietary back-end technology that enables it to handle large volumes and thus offer clients better rates, the company works with with banks, credit unions, and other institutional investors, some of whom need to raise deposits and others of whom have excess capital to invest. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: Antenna Software, Jersey City, New Jersey

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 5th 2010

Following yesterday’s coverage of app developer Applico, today’s Deal Radar post takes a look at mobile app provider Antenna Software. Antenna offers prepackaged mobile apps through a platform that includes hosting and support services aimed at both the employees and customers of the company’s enterprise clients. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: Applico, New York City

Posted on Monday, Oct 4th 2010

More than ever, there’s an app for that. Applico, with expertise in visual design/user experience and mobile engineering, designs and develops custom mobile applications and mobile websites for brands and agencies. >>>

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The 1M1M Deal Radar 2010: BiddingForGood ,Cambridge, Massachusetts

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 28th 2010

BiddingForGood.com is a charitable commerce platform that over 3,000 nonprofits and schools, including Youth Advocate Inc., BreastCancer.org, and the New York Wine and Food Festival, use to raise money by selling goods and services, primarily by moving their silent auction fundraisers online. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: FertilityAuthority, New York City

Posted on Monday, Sep 27th 2010

FertilityAuthority is a fertility-focused digital media company whose platforms include FertilityAuthority.com; FertileThoughts.com, the world’s largest fertility social media site; and TopFertilityDocs.com, connecting qualified patients directly to fertility specialists. It also has a premium business services unit that offers Web development and online marketing for fertility service providers. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: MangoSpring, Bellevue, WA

Posted on Thursday, Sep 23rd 2010

MangoSpring, with its philosophy of “social collaboration with a purpose,” makes business collaboration and productivity applications that are offered à la carte or as a suite. It is one of several smaller players in collaboration software to challenge the larger Salesforce.com and Cisco. >>>

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The 1M1M Deal Radar 2010: Aprigo ,Waltham, Massachusetts

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 22nd 2010

Aprigo provides data governance and management, storage capacity management, and e-discovery technology solutions to small and mid-sized businesses. The company’s flagship technology, Aprigo NINJA, is available as a freemium solution and as a subscription-based pro version. It’s designed to help organizations gain instant visibility into unstructured data and through its actionable data dashboards so that IT managers can reduce storage costs and control access to sensitive data. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: Lingotek, Draper, Utah

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 14th 2010

Even as companies large and small become more global in ambition and scope, language barriers remain a fact of doing business across borders. Language translation is one of those costs that most people don’t automatically think of when they’re looking at a balance sheet. But for big organizations, translating hundreds of thousands of words into another language can be a significant expense. The average translator charges 21 cents a word. This paragraph alone would cost $17.85 to translate. Lingotek makes software that aims to disrupt the traditional translation model. The company has developed an Internet-based translation platform to give clients more control over the translation process while cutting the average cost of translation by more than half. >>>

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The 1M1M Deal Radar 2010: Plimus ,Fremont, California

Posted on Monday, Sep 13th 2010

Deal Radar continues its comprehensive coverage of e-commerce solutions with Plimus, a hosted e-business platform that clients use to market, sell, and distribute digital goods online. It comprises a hosted e-commerce application, which the company believes is particularly suited to enabling independent companies to quickly get their products and services available for purchase online across the globe; and a newly launched e-commerce application programming interface API (Buy Anyware) that enables clients to embed e-commerce into any Internet-connected application, eliminating the need for a virtual storefront. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: Kapow Technologies, Palo Alto, California

Posted on Monday, Sep 6th 2010

Kapow Technologies provides Web data services to more than 400 enterprises, including AT&T, Walt Disney, Morgan Stanley, Intel, Vodafone, and Audi. These companies use Kapow’s Web data server to automate their access to and integration with any data that can be viewed in a browser or virtually any Web application. This includes social media data on the public Web, private data inside the firewall, or partner data within a collaboration portal. The goal is to eliminate the barriers to accessing and integrating these data sources with their critical information applications, enabling companies to benefit from access to real-time, actionable business intelligence. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: Music Wizard, Boulder, Colorado

Posted on Thursday, Sep 2nd 2010

Music Wizard Group is a software company that creates, develops, and produces music video games that use real music on real instruments. Its flagship product, Piano Wizard, has been developed into a full-blown music-education-in-a-box product known as Piano Wizard Academy. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: appssavvy, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 1st 2010

appsavvy is a data-driven platform and direct sales and marketing services team that helps companies to monetize social activity across the Web through organic social marketing campaigns. Its sales team represents social media applications on Facebook, MySpace, Google, the iPhone, and emerging platforms and connects the developers of these applications with major brand advertisers.  >>>

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The 1M1M Deal Radar: MobileIron, Mountain View, California

Posted on Thursday, Aug 26th 2010

Regular readers will know that I am deeply interested in the mobile device convergence movement and frequently cover companies such as chipmakers that have benefited from the steady growth of smartphones in business. Today, Deal Radar looks at another category of beneficiary, mobile device managers. Mobile device management (MDM) platform provider MobileIron, one of the newer entrants to this market, has a comprehensive offering in a market that is “poised for growth.” >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: Mashery, San Francisco, California

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 25th 2010

Today’s Deal Radar turns to a new topic for the series, application programming interface (API) management. It’s a concept that some have termed “Business Development 2.0“. A growing player in this space, Mashery creates API management tools. APIs make it easier for software programs to interact. Mashery uses its products to help companies make a limited set of databases and software programs related to one or more of their products available to software developers. These new developers might be company employees, corporate partners, or outside coders who mix their new ideas with the native data they have from the company publishing the API to form a “mashup.” >>>

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