8 Cool Startups Geared Toward Companies

On Tuesday, we showed you 10 Cool Startups at Techweek NYC. But all of those startups were geared towards consumers. Here are 8 of the coolest startups we saw at Techweek NYC that are geared towards companies instead.

1. Rabt.

Are you a publisher who recommends more content after each article or video? Entrust this task to Rabt, which personalizes recommendations to each user so they’ll stay on your site longer.

2. TextRequest.

Let’s face it: consumers hate calling businesses. Make their lives easier by getting TextRequest, a service which lets consumers text you instead.

3. Bizly.

In NYC and need a place to meet with clients? With Bizly, you can book a top hotel for small, private meetings straight from your phone. Bizly is coming soon – for now, you can follow the company on Twitter.

4. Grovo.

Learning and development is a great perk to offer your employees – but developing such a program can be tough. So let Grovo’s technology do the work instead! You can use their platform to teach the trainings you already have, and get original content from the company as well.

5. Jobsuitors.

Having trouble finding the perfect employee? Try out Jobsuitors. This recruiting service uses online dating site technology to match companies and applicants, so you know right away how well you match – and any deal breakers (like a major difference in salary expectations) right off the bat.

6. t3 Interactive.

How do you measure how well your employees present? There hasn’t ever really been a good system – until now. t3 Interactive’s product, Presentr, analyzes you as you present and coaches you on what you can do better, like improving your eye contact or posture. Now, you’ll have a concrete way of learning how well your employees present your company – and of teaching them how to do it better.

7. Macromeasures.

In order to market to the best of your ability, it’s important to know who exactly is in your customer base. But most tools only give you broad data without getting into the nitty-gritty of, say, what shows your customer likes to watch or whether or not they went to college. Macromeasures aims to change that by giving you “deep customer level profiles” so sou know as much useful information about your customers as possible.

8. Tobly.

Whether you’re a contractor or just need some big heavy equipment, Toby can help you out. This community marketplace lets you both list and rent the equipment you need – like a boom lift or even just a regular drill. If your company requires a lot of heavy equipment for any reason, don’t be afraid to check Tobly out.

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Written by Sasha Graffagna

On Tuesday, we showed you 10 Cool Startups at Techweek NYC. But all of those startups were geared towards consumers. Here are 8 of the coolest startups we saw at Techweek NYC that are geared towards companies instead.

1. Rabt.

Are you a publisher who recommends more content after each article or video? Entrust this task to Rabt, which personalizes recommendations to each user so they’ll stay on your site longer.

2. TextRequest.

Let’s face it: consumers hate calling businesses. Make their lives easier by getting TextRequest, a service which lets consumers text you instead.

3. Bizly.

In NYC and need a place to meet with clients? With Bizly, you can book a top hotel for small, private meetings straight from your phone. Bizly is coming soon – for now, you can follow the company on Twitter.

4. Grovo.

Learning and development is a great perk to offer your employees – but developing such a program can be tough. So let Grovo’s technology do the work instead! You can use their platform to teach the trainings you already have, and get original content from the company as well.

5. Jobsuitors.

Having trouble finding the perfect employee? Try out Jobsuitors. This recruiting service uses online dating site technology to match companies and applicants, so you know right away how well you match – and any deal breakers (like a major difference in salary expectations) right off the bat.

6. t3 Interactive.

How do you measure how well your employees present? There hasn’t ever really been a good system – until now. t3 Interactive’s product, Presentr, analyzes you as you present and coaches you on what you can do better, like improving your eye contact or posture. Now, you’ll have a concrete way of learning how well your employees present your company – and of teaching them how to do it better.

7. Macromeasures.

In order to market to the best of your ability, it’s important to know who exactly is in your customer base. But most tools only give you broad data without getting into the nitty-gritty of, say, what shows your customer likes to watch or whether or not they went to college. Macromeasures aims to change that by giving you “deep customer level profiles” so sou know as much useful information about your customers as possible.

8. Tobly.

Whether you’re a contractor or just need some big heavy equipment, Toby can help you out. This community marketplace lets you both list and rent the equipment you need – like a boom lift or even just a regular drill. If your company requires a lot of heavy equipment for any reason, don’t be afraid to check Tobly out.

Liked this? Check out 10 Things I Learned from Techweek!

Written by Sasha Graffagna

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