Today’s Q&A Wednesday is with Adam Anderson, CTO of Q2 Holdings, Inc. The company had a successful public offering earlier this year, and trades under the symbol QTWO.
Searching for a new home or investment property in Austin and Central Texas just got a whole lot easier, with today’s launch of NuHabitat, a residential real estate application (and Capital Factory Accelerator company) designed with ease of use, speed and 100% data accuracy in mind.
Comfy, the rental marketplace that lets students discover and secure the right housing, has announced an initial $600,000 round of seed funding led by Mike Lee, partner at Dominion Ventures.
Veros Systems, an industrial asset monitoring company, announced today that Shell Technology Ventures LLC has joined their list of investors alongside Austin Ventures, Chevron Technology Ventures and LiveOak Venture Partners.
See you at The Dogwood on Thursday, July 10th from 6pm – 8pm. Sponsored by The Bowie and Betts Recruiting.
RetailMeNot, the largest digital offers destination in the United States, announced today the addition of more than 20,000 new offers from quick-service, fast-casual and fine dining restaurants. Available through its free RetailMeNot Coupons app for iPhone and Android devices to members who are signed in, the free offers can be redeemed on the spot by simply showing the location-specific offer to waitstaff or cashiers.
Indeed has agreed to acquire MoBolt, an alliance that will enable any employer to accept mobile job applications.
Austin is increasingly being recognized on a national level as a hotbed for entrepreneurial talent, but UnLtd USA, an incubator program for Austin-based social entrepreneurs, is validating that there is a large pool of impact-focused entrepreneurs in the city as well.
NIMBOXX today unveiled its ‘atomic unit’ of the software-defined data center, an all-in-one solution that puts a hyper-scale computing model within reach for organizations of all sizes. The company also announced it has raised $12 million in Series A funding from SMC Holdings, a Hong Kong-based institutional investor with a strong track record in backing U.S. technology companies.