2020 Best Tech Startups in Kirkland

Powered by CrunchbaseThe Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Kirkland, Washington. 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. TableSafe


Founded: 2010

Also honored in: 2019 Best Tech Startups in Kirkland

“TableSafe is transforming the way restaurants and other venues complete their hospitality service. TableSafe’s RAIL(TM) provides a secure and innovative payment platform that empowers guests to fully execute the payment process at the table while maintaining control of their payment information at all times. The RAIL also increases restaurant revenue, table turn and staff efficiency both in the front and back of the house. TableSafe’s technology provides comprehensive analytics on customer behavior and restaurant operations. Visit”

2. Docugami


Founded: 2018

“Docugami, Inc. is a new AI Document Engineering startup in the Seattle area, WA.

We use AI to transform the unique document business processes of individual companies, making frontline users more efficient while giving COOs better compliance and insights.

Hiring Machine Learning PhD/MS Students & Brilliant Developers.”

3. AIDA by Health Care Solutions Inc

AIDA by Health Care Solutions Inc

Founded: 2017

“AIDA stands for Artificial Intelligence Discharge Agent – a HIPAA compliant platform helping patients, hospitals, health systems, and ACOs connect with ALL Post-Acute Care Providers.

The purpose of AIDA Healthcare is to simplify the complexity of the patient transition process so that case managers, patients, acute and post-acute providers can achieve clarity about each episode of care over time. This clarity drives better decisions that ultimately lead to better outcomes for the patient. This is the backbone of value-based care.

When information and communication are clear, better choices are made which increases efficiency, reduces length of stay, and reduces readmissions.”