- Revenue potential
- Leadership team
- Brand/product traction
- 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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“We get the home loan in the bag so you can get the housewarming in the calendar.”
Also honored in:
“College Talent, On-Demand
We connect companies with college students (Pangeans) for freelance projects.
Our marketplace allows companies to communicate directly to students, pay via a payment gateway that takes care of 1099s, and rate their performance to promote accountability.”
3. Intus Care
“Intus Care is a healthcare analytics platform that synthesizes financial, clinical, and administrative data to identify and visualize trends in long-term care facilities. We do this by integrating with electronic health record, claims, and accounting software to highlight clinical risks in patients and insightfully display organizational data. Intus Care empowers care providers to mitigate preventable high-utilization events and equips executives with the tools to make informed decisions based on data.”
Also honored in:
- 2021 Best Tech Startups in Providence
- 2020 Best Tech Startups in Rhode Island
- 2020 Best Tech Startups in Providence
- 2019 Best Tech Startups in Rhode Island
- 2019 Best Tech Startups in Providence
- 2018 Best Tech Startups in Rhode Island
- 2018 Best Tech Startups in Providence
“As a chef, Matt Tortora loved using the best fresh, local ingredients in his dishes. However, he quickly became frustrated that there was no way to easily buy from all his favorite local vendors.
He envisioned a solution, a platform, where buyers could find local, seasonal ingredients and purchase them directly from local farmers and vendors.
So he and Will Araújo gathered a team and in 2014 launched WhatsGood, an online marketplace connecting buyers with local farmers and vendors. The platform has since evolved from the initial idea as a platform just for chefs, but the mission has stayed the same: to connect communities with the people growing their food.”
“ni2o is developing AI-driven brain-computer interfaces for the treatment of neurological disorders and cognitive enhancement.”
Also honored in: 2021 Best Tech Startups in Providence
“Rapid review environments for every pull request.
Tugboat QA is the fastest platform to automate creation of preview and test environments for any code push.
Our clients include web dev agencies and Fortune 50 companies including NBC, Lonely Planet, SyFy, Georgia Digital Services, Chromatic, Agile Six, Principal, and Acquia. Their web apps and websites consist of tech stacks that run on Linux, such as Drupal, WordPress, Ruby, Node.js, and a wide range of popular frameworks.
Tugboat and its parent company Lullabot are 100% employee owned. We don’t actually have or operate a Tugboat.”
“Legably connects lawyers, law students, and paralegals with other legal professionals. Our Forum provides message boards and other communication tools across all US jurisdictions and over 67 practice areas. Legably also provides lawyers and legal hiring professionals with on-demand legal staffing services focused on freelance projects, full and part-time jobs, and new referral opportunities from other lawyers.”