2019 Best Tech Startups in Oklahoma

Powered by CrunchbaseThe Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Oklahoma. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to:

  1. Revenue potential
  2. Leadership team
  3. Brand/product traction
  4. Competitive landscape

Additionally, all companies must be independent (unacquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding in order to qualify.

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1. Oseberg, Inc.

Oseberg, Inc.

Founded: 2009

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“Oseberg is a next-generation oil & gas information and data analytics company that offers a compelling new approach to rapidly convert public regulatory and county-level data into actionable intelligence. We aggregate the most inaccessible state, federal, and county records and deliver them to our users through a suite of all-encompassing B2B SaaS products that enable our users to search, map, mine, and perform statistical analysis on every strand of data. We also bring provide normalized, standardized, and high-quality frac data. Our technology reduces weeks and months of work to days and hours, empowering our users to rapidly uncover leasing, drilling, enhanced completion, and acquisition opportunities.”

2. iRecommend Software™

iRecommend Software™

Founded: 2017

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“iRecommend Software™ develops intelligent business solutions utilizing artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and dynamic data modeling.

In a consumer-driven economy, businesses across all industries, are facing the challenge to remain relevant and provide highly personalized products and services.

iRecommend’s leading solution, Recommendation360™ is a recommendation engine with applications across multiple industries, including recruiting, real estate, retail/e-commerce, entertainment, travel, government, and healthcare.”

3. Whiteboard Technology

Whiteboard Technology

Founded: 2014

“Named one of 2018’s most innovative companies by HousingWire Tech100, WHITEBOARD CRM (a division of Whiteboard Technology, LLC.) is a fast-growing SaaS provider of CRM software specifically created for the mortgage industry. Based in Oklahoma City, OK, our clients include many of the nation’s top loan originators.

At WHITEBOARDCRM, our industry impact comes from our belief that successful businesses are built on solid customer partnerships and client relationships. Our mortgage-specific CRM helps loan originators close more loans, create better relationships, and increase referrals by automatically staying in touch with contacts, clients, and partners. See more of the product at:”

4. SendaRide


Founded: 2016

“SendaRide provides Customized, Concierge Non-Emergency Medical Transportation for the Healthcare Industry

Our technology empowers hospitals, providers, health plans, independent living centers and family members with the ability to book on-demand and scheduled transportation for someone else. Our focus is on ensuring those who don’t have access to transportation do not miss their therapy, dialysis, cancer treatments, cardiovascular care, preventive care and any other medical appointment.”

5. Exaptive


Founded: 2011

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“Exaptive is an ecosystem for creating knowledge from data. We believe the biggest breakthroughs happen in the sweet spot between computing power and human creativity and that modularity, interoperability, and community set the optimal stage. So we built the Exaptive development environment to integrate the exploding universe of data and software tools for rapid application development with any data and whatever technology is right for the job.

Data scientists and software developers combine the data and software tools they need to create data-driven web applications without having to code the glue to make it work together.”

6. Tailwind


Founded: 2012

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“We’ve built an industry-leading visual marketing platform that helps over 200,000 brands and small businesses drive ROI on Pinterest and Instagram.

Marketing & Analytics is just the beginning though. Content is a $50Bn industry that is becoming more visual by the day and we’ve only scratched the surface of tapping into these opportunities. Armed with data, we’re building products that help make the industry smarter, more approachable and able to deliver a much more engaging experience to consumers.”

7. TokenEx


Founded: 2010

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“TokenEx is an enterprise-class tokenization platform that offers virtually unlimited flexibility in how customers can access, store, and secure data. TokenEx extends flexibility by working with multiple data acceptance channels and by maintaining a processor-agnostic approach. Moreover, TokenEx is able to tokenize and secure almost any data type your company works with, including PCI, PII, PHI, and even unstructured data formats. With Tokenization- No Data, No Theft!

TokenEx was founded by two former qualified security assessors, Alex Pezold and Dr. Jerald Dawkins.”

8. BaseConnect


Founded: 2017

“The first of its kind military only social network that is built by military veterans and spouses to solve problems our troops and their families face every day.”

9. BlyncSync Technologies

BlyncSync Technologies

Founded: 2016

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“BlyncSync Technologies is a safety software that shows exactly what time a driver can expect to feel fatigued in order to reduce accident rates in the trucking industry.

The data is provided ahead of time, and is automatically customized to each driver.

The driver wears a sleep tracking smart watch, and blink tracking smart glasses during work hours.
BlyncSync is compatible with fleet management software systems. Managers can see the real-time and projected fatigue levels of multiple drivers. This allows for optimal shift scheduling, increased safety, boosted work efficiency, and realized cost savings.”