Technology Companies

Summary

  • 5 412 Companies
  • 0 Patents
  • 4 Use Cases
  • 267 Case Studies
  • 186 Science Papers
  • $5 571 088 479 Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
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Information Technology
Theale, Berkshire
Clarify helps global Technology companies achieve sustained and significant commercial success. We create new revenue through differentiated propositions, valuable opportunity creation, optimised structures, maximised talent and an unrivalled view of the market.
2003
Privately Held
197
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Manufacturing
Austin, TX
The technology companies that make up the TyRex Family (Arctos Assembly, Austin Reliability Labs, Digital Light Innovations, iRex Custom Cables, Megladon, Saber Data, SabeRex and TekRex) are connected by something beyond the industry itself – something that we think is truly Special by Design. From our uncompromising commitment to quality and customized solutions for the entire life cycle of your product to our lasting relationships forged by personal commitments to our business partners, TyRex is a company built to last. Behind it all, our strong company culture guides each and every decision we make, defined by six principles we call our Diamond Disciplines.
1995
Privately Held
79
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Medical Devices
Kalamazoo, MI
Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and, together with its customers, is driven to make healthcare better. The company offers innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine that help improve patient and hospital outcomes. More information is available at www.stryker.com. PRODUCTS: ● Reconstructive ● MedSurg ● Neurotechnology & Spine FACTS: ● 2020 Sales: $14.4 Billion ● Industry : Medical Instruments & Supplies ● Employees : 43,000+ globally ● 40 Years of Sales Growth leading up to 2020 ● 44+ Manufacturing and R&D Locations Worldwide ● $984 million spend on research and development in 2020 ● 10,452 patents owned globally in 2020 ● Products Sold in Over 100+ Countries ● Fortune 500 Company ● #5 World's Best Workplace in 2020 IMPORTANT NOTE TO JOB APPLICANTS: POTENTIAL FRAUD ALERT. Stryker has become aware of a fraud where unknown entities are posing as Stryker recruiters in an attempt to obtain personal information from individuals as part of our application or job offer process. Before providing any personal information to outside parties, please verify the following: A) all legitimate Stryker recruiter email addresses end with “@stryker.com” and B) the position described is found on our careers site at careers.stryker.com.
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Information Technology
Sydney
We help our clients enhance their best-in-class products and services around the world, including search engines, social media platforms, voice recognition systems, sentiment analysis, and eCommerce sites. All of that wouldn’t be possible without our team of more than 1 million flexible workers. The world of tech is moving fast, and we help our clients meet the ever-changing needs of their customers. We take pride in our diverse, international team and the flexible and full-time opportunities we offer. Remote work is changing how the world does business, and we’re proud to be pioneers in the movement. If you’re looking for a work-from-home opportunity, join us! At Appen, our team is an international force to be reckoned with. Operating in over 130 countries and working in more than 180 languages and dialects, we support the work of some of the world’s top technology companies. With Appen, you’ll get to work on innovative projects and grow your skills – all on your own schedule.
1996
Public Company
22 614
5
Manufacturing
Everett, Washington
Fortive is a global family of more than 20 industry-leading industrial growth and technology companies, united by a shared purpose: to make the world stronger, safer and more effective by providing essential technology for the people who accelerate progress. We take on big challenges that have real impact in fast-moving fields like software development, robotics, transportation, energy, and healthcare. We have an outstanding heritage, created from Danaher, and launched Fortive, in 2016. Here, the excitement of a “startup” balances with the stability of an organization grounded in its roots and with a proven track record of growth. This foundation of success and our financial strength provide Fortive and our employees extraordinary opportunities for growth and innovation. There’s no limit to what you can learn, or the impact you can make. We are a vibrant culture defined by opportunity, empowerment and continuous learning and growth. We are an extraordinary team, working together to achieve extraordinary things. As announced in early September, Fortive intends to separate the company into two independent, publicly-traded companies. The new company, expected to launch in the second half of 2020, is called Vontier. At Vontier there is no limit to what you can learn, or the impact you can make. Vontier is focused on the growth opportunities in the rapidly evolving transportation and mobility markets, with a portfolio of leading brands across retail and commercial fueling, fleet management, and automotive service and repair solutions. Imagine the future of transportation as you work with and learn from the best. To join Vontier, visit https://careers.fortive.com/vontier. We are Fortive.
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Public Company
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Information Technology
Mumbai, Maharashtra
eClerx provides business process management, automation and analytics services to a number of Fortune 2000 enterprises, including some of the world's leading financial services, communications, retail, fashion, media & entertainment, manufacturing, travel & leisure, and technology companies. Incorporated in 2000, eClerx is today traded on both the Bombay and National Stock Exchanges of India. The firm employs 13,000 people across Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Italy, Netherlands, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, UK, and the USA.
2000
Public Company
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Computer Networking
Sunnyvale, CA
Juniper Networks is leading the revolution in networking, making it one of the most exciting technology companies in Silicon Valley today. Since being founded by Pradeep Sindhu, Dennis Ferguson, and Bjorn Liencres nearly 20 years ago, Juniper’s sole mission has been to create innovative products and solutions that meet the growing demands of the connected world. Juniper Networks [NYSE: JNPR] is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, with over 9,000 employees in 70 countries and nearly $5 billion in revenue. Our customers include the top 100 global service providers and 30,000 enterprises, including the Global Fortune 100 as well as hundreds of federal, state and local government agencies and higher educational organizations. At Juniper Networks, we believe the network is the single greatest vehicle for knowledge, understanding, and human advancement that the world has ever known. Now more than ever, the world needs network innovation to connect ideas and unleash our full potential. Juniper is taking a new approach to the network — one that is intelligent, agile, secure and open to any vendor and any network environment. To learn more about Juniper, our products, and our vision for the decade ahead, visit our site at www.juniper.net. Your ideas. Connected.
1996
Public Company
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Consumer Goods
El Segundo, California
Mattel is a leading global children's entertainment company that specializes in design and production of quality toys and consumer products. We create innovative products and experiences that inspire, entertain and develop children through play. We engage consumers through our portfolio of iconic franchises, including Barbie®, Hot Wheels®, American Girl®, Fisher-Price®, Thomas & Friends® and MEGA®, as well as other popular brands that we own or license in partnership with global entertainment companies. Our offerings include film and television content, gaming, music and live events. We operate in 40 locations and sell products in more than 150 countries in collaboration with the world's leading retail and technology companies. Since its founding in 1945, Mattel is proud to be a trusted partner in exploring the wonder of childhood and empowering kids to reach their full potential.
1945
Public Company
10 200
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Software
San Jose, CA
Welcome to Automation Anywhere. We’re on a singular and unwavering mission to democratize automation and create a better future for everyone, liberating people from mundane, repetitive tasks, and allowing them more time to use their intellect and creativity. A leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant, our AI-powered digital workforce platform optimizes the business processes of the world's largest enterprises and governments in virtually every industry including 85% of the top banks and financial institutions, 90% of the top healthcare institutions, 85% of the top technology companies, and 80% of the top telecom companies. Industry Awards and highlights: · Named a leader each year of Gartner Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation · Named a leader in Forrester Wave · Named a Leader and Star Performer in Everest Peak Matrix · Named a leader in Nelson Hall NEAT Intelligent Automation Report · G2 Crowd 2020 Best Software Company · First Cloud-native digital workforce platform · 850+ pre-built, intelligent automation solutions · Bot security and IP protection · SaaS packages · Over 1M courses completed in Automation Anywhere University · Free AI-powered Community edition Try the world’s most advanced digital workforce platform today: https://bit.ly/startRPAtoday
2003
Privately Held
6 686
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Auckland, Auckland
At Datacom, we believe our purpose is to help our customers and communities navigate the complexity of this ever-changing world we live in, by connecting people and technology, and solving their greatest challenges. With more than 50 years’ experience in technology, we have grown to be one of Australasia’s leading locally-owned technology companies. We design, build and run IT systems and processes for business. We support existing legacy IT systems and processes, and we custom-design brand new ones. We work with our customers to build and operate sustainable solutions by exploring their current state, clarifying their future potential and solving their most pressing problems. Our breadth of advisory and technical skills provides deep expertise in technology platforms to our customers, provided by our 200 tech partners. We are committed to hiring, developing, and promoting diverse talent. Our people are the best in their fields – smart, passionate, and dedicated to providing exceptional IT services to our customers. This makes for a rewarding and fast-paced work environment. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Datacom Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/datacomcommunity Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/DatacomGroupLtd
1965
Privately Held
6 059

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Science

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
1
The choice of strategic alternatives under increasing regulation in high technology companies.
The strategic response of U.S. high technology companies in the medical X-ray manufacturing industry to increased governmental regulations from 1962 to 1977 is examined. Results suggest that regulations increase consumer and competitor uncertainty, with the consequence that firms select less risky strategies and decrease the riskier new product invention strategy. Larger firms reduce inventions less than smaller firms.
Business, Medicine
1984
131
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Management accounting change in small technology companies: towards a mathematical model of the technology firm
The primary purpose is to explain management accounting (MA) change in 93 small Finnish technology firms in terms of their organisational characteristics and motivation patterns. Factor analysis identifies our motivation patterns among the companies. Hence, four types of companies emerge called 'change-oriented', 'stable and conservative', 'performance-contented' and 'discontent resourceless' organisations. A mathematical model of the technology firm as an adaptive organism with a certain probability to survive, is constructed to get expectations for the differences in MA change between the identified types. The model shows that the MAS systems, which help management in large organisations to identify directions for future action (for example, short-term budgeting) may be ineffective in small technology companies. The probability of a company's survival is sensitive to the intensity of competition and cost efficiency. In an environment where an identified, innovative project cannot be undertaken with certainty, the length of the strategic planning period has a limited optimum level. Moreover, the four types of companies examined have significantly different motivation levels to change their MASs. The change-oriented company must improve its MASs remarkably to compensate for the large negative effect, especially, of high competition, whereas the stable and conservative company has little or not pressure for improvements in its MASs. The performance-contented company has no real motivation to change its MASs because there is no competition. But the discontent resourceless company, which functions in an atmosphere of high competition with shorter customer relationships, is compelled by its environment to adapt its MASs although it has, otherwise, low motivation for change and is acutely resource constrained. These expectations were supported by correlation and regression analyses applied to explore the relationship o fthe four types to MA change.
Business, Economics
2001
82
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CSR Strategy in Technology Companies: Its Influence on Performance, Competitiveness and Sustainability
In this paper, a structural equation model is presented to study the adoption of a strategy of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) within the Spanish technological industry sector, and how this strategy may influence its performance, competitiveness, and sustainability. For that reason, a survey was submitted to technology companies located in Spanish Science and Technology parks. The study shows that a CSR-oriented strategy contributes significantly to the performance of the organisation. Moreover, CSR influences the competitiveness of technology companies, and particularly their sustainability. Copyright © 2017 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and ERP Environment
Business, Engineering
2017
64
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Reporting intellectual capital flow in technology‐based companies: Case studies of Canadian wireless technology companies
Purpose – The paper seeks to explore the development of an intellectual capital flow statement based on a framework that harnesses contemporary research on intellectual capital.Design/methodology/approach – Case studies of wireless technology companies based in Canada are adopted to examine the interrelationship between intellectual capital components with a resource‐based view as well as deficiencies in their current financial reporting with respect to intellectual capital. An intellectual capital flow statement is proposed in order to capture the necessary characteristics.Findings – This study confirms the inter‐relationship between components of intellectual capital and business growth performance among the selected cases of wireless technology companies. It suggests an “add‐on” disclosure of intellectual capital flow that would enhance the usefulness and predictability of performance.Research limitations/implications – This study is based on case studies of six wireless technology companies and may no...
Business, Economics
2006
64
5
Product strategy for high technology companies : accelerating your business to web speed
One of the key determinants of success for today;s high-technology companies is product strategy'and this guide continues to be the only book on product strategy written specifically for the 21st century high-tech industry. More than 250 examples from technological leaders including IBM, Compaq, and Apple'plus a new focus on growth strategies and on Internet businesses'define how high-tech companies can use product strategy and product platform strategy for competitiveness, profitability, and growth in the Internet age.
Business
2001
62
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Localized Technological Search And Multi-Technology Companies
Two major themes that have emerged from recent theoretical and empirical studies of technology at the firm level have been the tendencies on the one hand to localization of technological search and on the other hand to the spread of multi-technology companies, required to incorporate an ever-growing extent of advanced technologies. These trends appear contradictory. This paper analyses the contradictions through the use of patents data as an indicator of technological specialization. Two industries and some of their leading corporations are singled out for analysis - the electronics industry (especially in Europe). as an upstream 'high-tech' industry. and the food-processing industry, a downstream sector that is now having to make use of a burgeoning range of technologies. The paper examines their major corporate changes in the light of the technological data, through the use of concentration indices. It shows that both industries are trying to reconcile the contradiction with greater specialization taking place in sub-units of the firms. though the effect is more muted in food-processing where demand factors predominate. The need to command multiple diverse technologies is being targeted by restructuring firms in terms of both external relationships and internal reorganizations, but the basic contradiction still remains and may bc insoluble.
Economics
1998
53
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Short product life cycles: implications for the marketing activities of small high‐technology companies*
ABSTRACT Many high-technology products are characterized by a “short” product life cycle (PLC)—a short life on the market, a steep decline stage and the lack of a maturity stage. The paper discusses the implications for marketing activities of this pattern in the case of small high-technology companies. It is shown that the marketing of a short PLC product requires a high level of marketing, managerial ability and sophistication as well as an investment of a large amount of resources. It is pointed out that small high-technology firms are faced with a particularly difficult situation in this case because they lack appropriate resources and marketing sophistication. An understanding of the short PLC problem will help the small companies to conduct a more realistic assessment of the magnitude of the marketing task they face in order to adequately prepare themselves or avoid a commitment to projects which are beyond their abilities.
Business
1982
40
8
Product Strategy for High-Technology Companies: How to Achieve Growth, Competitive Advantage, and Increased Profits
Product strategy is the most important determinant of success for high-technology companies. It defines the products on which a company bases its business and shapes the way those products will win or lose against the competition. Yet even in high-technology companies, very few executives understand how to conceive and shape successful product strategy. Product Strategy for High-Technology Companies shows how to formulate product strategies that lead to successful products. This comprehensive guide covers everything high-tech companies should consider in developing their strategies, including timing, technological change, globalization, product differentiation, cost and price, and contingency planning, as well as marketing and financial considerations. Product Strategy for High-Technology Companies offers more than strategic guidance. Through more than 250 examples, you'll discover how product strategy has been used at such companies as Microsoft, IBM, Compaq Computer, Hewlett-Packard, and many others. Through their trials, errors, and successes, and through the book's expert insights, you'll have a complete framework for building your own innovative, competitive product strategy.
Business
1994
36
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Managing Growth at High-Technology Companies: A View from the Top
Technological developments open opportunities for new products, new markets, and sometimes entire new industries. Entrepreneurs frequently discover ways to apply new technologies profitably and found new companies based on them. Some achieve success quickly. Compaq Computer passed $100 million in sales in its first full year of operation. Eight years after its founding, Apple Computer was a multibillion-dollar international corporation. Not all high-technology companies do so well. Many fail to get off the ground and quickly disappear. Some reach a level of financial viability but fail to grow further. Still others achieve significant growth for a time, only to fail later when they cannot seem to take advantage of their initial success. Flashes in the pan such as Osborne Computer, Sinclair, and Coleco's Adam Computer have been all too common. Even high-tech companies that have thrived for years are subject to buffeting from the fast-changing environment characteristic of the high-technology industry. Digital Equipment Corp. experienced serious organizational and marketing problems in the mid1980s before its recent dramatic resurgence. HewlettPackard, another of the most successful high-technology companies, ran afoul of the winds of marketing and technological change,' as did Wang Laboratories in 1985. None of these three leaders of the computer industry was able to match the performance of newcomers such as Apple, Compaq, and SUN. The types of problems encountered may be a result of the failure of management to address successfully the vital connection between strategy and technology.2 Or they may be a result of other causes such as errors in implementing strategy in the marketplace or in not choosing the right managers to carry out plans. What distinguishes successful high-technology companies from those that make little or no progress? One essential factor is surely management competence. In their study of high-technology companies Madique and Hayes noted that leadership reinforced by proper strategy and management practices is a key to success in those firms.3 But what are the specific characteristics of the managements of the growing firms? Are management problems in high-technology companies different from those in other enterprises? How have the more successful ones solved their problems? Are the management shortcomings that have led to stagnation or failure of high-technology firms different from those that have led to similar results in other types of companies? And what distinguishes successful management of high-tech companies with niche strategies from larger companies? To find the answers to these questions, we interviewed the chief executive officers of 10 high-tech companies. The selected companies represent a range of sizes and technologies, but are all relatively small niche competitors in dynamic high-tech industries. The largest company is, in fact, a corporation made up of small niche companies. Exhibit 1 profiles the CEOs and shows their firms' annual sales and growth rates.
Business
1987
34
10
Intellectual Capital Disclosure in Chinese and Indian Information Technology Companies: A Comparative Analysis
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the extent and quality of voluntary intellectual capital disclosures by information technology companies of China and India.Research Design/Methodology: The research method adopted for this study is content analysis. The research is limited to the intellectual capital information disclosed in companies’ annual report. The sample for this research is based on 20 information technology (IT) companies listed by market captalisation listed on Shenzhen or Shanghai stock exchange market, and the largest 20 companies listed on Indian stock market.Findings: Indian IT companies tends to perform better than Chinese IT companies in extent and quality of disclosures. The extent of disclosure of both countries is at a relatively high level. The most frequently reported disclosure category in India is external capital, while the least one is human capital. In China, external capital is the most frequently disclosed category, while the internal capital is the least one.Limitations/Implications: The sample size of the study is relatively small. Future research can expand on the sample size to get an overview of the intellectual capital disclosure, and conduct a longitudinal study to capture the trend of reporting practices.Originality: Previous studies of intellectual capital (IC) disclosure have covered little on the relationship between market capitalization and quality of disclosure and cross-country disclosure on IC. This research tends to extend the literature on intellectual capital disclosure.
Business
2016
31

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Trends

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Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
1
Technology Companies
The Fight Over Encryption: Reasons Why Congress Must Block the Government from Compelling Technology Companies to Create Backdoors into Their Devices
2018
Political Science, Business, Computer Science
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create backdoors into their devices
2
Technology Companies
APLICABILIDADE DE MODELO DE NEGÓCIOS EM INCUBADORAS DE EMPRESAS DE BASE TECNOLÓGICA PARA SUA AUTOSSUSTENTABILIDADE: UM ESTUDO EM INCUBADORAS PORTUGUESAS / APPLICABILITY OF THE BUSINESS MODEL TO INCUBATORS OF TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES FOR THEIR SELF-SUSTAINABILITY: A STUDY OF PORTUGUESE INCUBATORS
2016
Engineering, Economics
0
their self-sustainability: a study of portuguese incubators
3
Technology Companies
Driving Factors For Technology Companies To Establish An Outpost In The Silicon Forest
2016
1
establish an outpost in the silicon forest
4
Technology Companies
Financing Technology Companies For Maximum Value
1994
Physics, Business
0
maximum value

Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
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Agile in non-information technology companies: a KONE case ...
by DF Matsumoto da Silva · 2021 — Agile in non-information technology companies: a KONE case study with distributed teams · Matsumoto da Silva, Daniele Fabiola (2021) · Avaa tiedosto · Tiivistelmä.
no
2021
200
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Apple Company Information-Technology Case Study ...
Jul 25, 2021 — Texas A&M University Central Texas Rubric for CIS 5311 Case Study Project Exceptional Good Fair/Adequate Limited Poor/Unacceptable
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2021
0
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Case Study Archives | Coremax Technology Company Limited
Sept 26, 2021 — 40kwh 48v 800Ah Solar Power storage rack mounted LiFePo4 Lithium battery for off grid system ... Continue reading.
no
2021
0
4
Coca-Cola Company Using Information Technology Case Study
Jul 22, 2021 — It is necessary to find a way of involving these stakeholders when introducing change. References. Morden, T. (2017). Principles of strategic ...
no
2021
160
5
A case study of a technology company facing a novel innovation
by M Talvela · 2020 — Kuinka menestyä muodostuvalla markkinalla: Tapaustutkimus teknologiayrityksen laajentumisesta uuteen teknologiaan. Author(s):, Talvela ...
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2020
420
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A case study of a technology company facing a novel innovation
Oct 21, 2020 — Kuinka menestyä muodostuvalla markkinalla: Tapaustutkimus teknologiayrityksen laajentumisesta uuteen teknologiaan. Tekijä(t):, Talvela ...
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2020
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company analysis mastuki supplier trading technology ...
by FH Ibrahim · 2020 — This report is a part of our course work for subject Technology. Entrepreneurship (ENT600). This has proved to be a great experience.
yes
2020
510
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Energy management company case study - AND Technology ...
Sep 7, 2020 — Energy management system to empower SMEs in the control of their energy usage and contribute to the UK's carbon reduction targets. The climate ...
no
2020
0
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Health startup company case study | AND Technology Research
Sep 7, 2020 — Our client is a healthcare startup who set out to create an insole to help track movement of the elderly and those in rehabilitation.Missing: e ‎| Must include: e
no
2020
0
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How to develop IoT products: a technology company case study
by D de Castro Fettermann · 2020 — Abstract: The implementation of Product Development Processes (PDP) is an approach for systematizing the innovation process in companies. Given the trend of ...
yes
2020
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Experts

Twitter

#NameDescriptionFollowersFollowingLocation
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Tech Council of Australia
The trusted voice of the Australian technology industry. Bringing together Australia’s most innovative technology companies to shape Australia’s digital future.
24 479
5 915
Australia
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Faurecia
Official Twitter of one of the world's leading automotive technology companies. We design solutions for the cockpit of the future & sustainable mobility.
22 733
169
WorldWide
3
Earlybird VC
Earlybird is a venture capital investor focused on European technology companies 🚀 #venturecapital #vc #startup #digitaleconomy
22 341
610
Europe
4
Dr Paul Doany
Managing investments in early stage technology companies (ICT) and renewable energy (geothermal / biogas) & organic fertilizers
19 947
483
Istanbul / Dubai
5
ATDC
ATDC is one of the world's top startup incubators helping entrepreneurs build and launch transformative technology companies.
16 046
968
Tech Square
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Digital BIAS - Award-Winning SaaS & Tech Agency
Award-Winning Hubspot Gold Partner Agency. Specialising in B2B SaaS and Technology companies. Call +44(0)203 637 4426 [email protected]
15 344
11 100
City of London, London
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Rob Coneybeer
Founder of Shasta Ventures, a venture capital firm investing in early-stage technology companies.
11 131
1 050
Seattle, WA
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Tech Field Day
Bringing the tech thought leader community together with the coolest technology companies. Produced by @GestaltIT with @SFoskett & @NetworkingNerd
10 905
399
USA
9
Inovia Capital
Inovia Capital is a venture firm that partners up with audacious founders ready to build enduring global technology companies.
10 500
864
Montreal, Toronto, SF & London
10
Trier and Company
We're an award-winning Integrated Communications Agency for disruptive technology companies. We're passionate communications pros. #Content #PR #AgencyLife
9 437
3 169
San Francisco

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Youtube Channels

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Hologic is an innovative medical technology company primarily focused on improving women’s health and well-being through early detection and treatment. We develop, market and service some of the most advanced diagnostic, medical imaging, surgical and medical aesthetic products on the planet. For more information, visit www.hologic.com.
Mon, 17 Dec 2007
142 185 513
United States
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Visa is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, financial institutions and governments in more than 200 countries and territories to fast, secure and reliable digital currency. For more information please visit: https://ae.visamiddleeast.com/en_AE
Tue, 17 Jun 2014
111 201 796
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For Bookings and Enquiries: Email [email protected] or call +919698122266 Mahesh Raghvan is a Carnatic Music Fusion artist who is known for his experiments with Classical Music. He has been trained in Carnatic Vocal Music and Keyboards for more than 15 years. He plays modern electronic musical instruments and he runs a YouTube fusion project called FLAIR - Carnatic Music 2.0. His experiments with Carnatic Music on the iPad have over millions of views on YouTube and Facebook and have been featured by plenty of media publishers. He looks forward to presenting Indian Classical Music through innovative ways and means, and is known for his contemporary take on a lot of Carnatic music pieces. He is the Creative Director of Indian Raga, a US Based organization that promotes classical arts. He also works with major music technology companies such as Wizdom Music, CME Pro, Swar Systems, SWAM and ROLI to make Indian Classical Music playable on their hardware/software.
Thu, 3 Jul 2014
82 806 976
India
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Entertainment Studios, A Global Media, Content & Technology Company, delivers a 360 degree experience to our consumers and business partners. Our goal is to entertain, inform and connect with audiences. Our suite of HD, lifestyle channels and multi-platform programming reach more than 80 million consumers everyday.
Thu, 6 Nov 2014
67 262 216
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Visa gives people everywhere the ability to take action and to make the most out of their lives every day. Visa is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses and financial institutions around the world with products and services that make payments more convenient and more secureVisa helps millions of cardholders across the world better manage their finances by enabling them to pay ahead with a prepaid card, to pay now with a debit card or to pay later with a credit card. We offer customers peace of mind in knowing they can use their cards with convenience, security and ease, virtually anywhere in the world, at any time. Please, do not post any sensitive personal or financial information on any Visa page, including card or account numbers. If you need assistance with card services or products, please contact your issuing bank, or visit http://corporate.visa.com/utility/contact-us.shtml.
Mon, 29 Feb 2016
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Visa is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, financial institutions and governments in more than 200 countries and territories to fast, secure and reliable digital currency. For more information please visit: https://www.visa.co.uk/about-visa/visa-in-europe.html
Tue, 21 Feb 2012
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United Kingdom
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vivo is a leading global technology company committed to creating trendsetting smart mobile products and services. At vivo, we are committed to bringing the extraordinary life for young consumers with innovative technology in a stylish design. vivo has over three hundred million users enjoying its mobile products and services around the world. vivo is present in more than 30 markets globally including Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. Learn more: vivo.com/eg
Mon, 2 Sep 2019
45 191 713
Egypt
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The Official channel of #1 football management game on the web. Available for FREE on Facebook, Android and iPhone. Created by Nordeus, a leading and award-winning European games and technology company. Learn more here: http://nordeus.com/ Milestones: ✮ 10,000 subscribers (18.11.2014) ✮ 20,000 subscribers (05.02.2015) ✮ 400,000 subscribers (08.05.2015)
Fri, 12 Mar 2010
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Rajasthani Folk Studio is an Audio-Visual production studio with Digital technology. Company was started in 1978 by Mr. Rajan Panwar. Later Mr. Rajan Panwar started Cassettes Company under production house known as Rajan Cassettes. We always try to provide innovative ideas to our clients and offer excellent quality services to them with best market price. We have built a vast clientele over years across country and few of our clients are well known personalities. Rajan production house provided the first platform for the Rajasthani folk songs and even the first audio recording studio in entire Rajasthan. We launched 2000 Rajasthani folk songs. Our first Rajasthani geet album was released in Shanmukhananda Hall Mumbai.
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Continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Founded in 1871, the technology company offers safe, efficient, intelligent and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, traffic and transport.
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