Cheyenne may be renowned for its rodeos and railroads, but the capital of Wyoming may soon also be known for its startups’ groundbreaking applications and technological creations.
In the past few years, a myriad of innovative tech startups have emerged from the land where the antelope roam. The following are the top 9 tech startups from Wyoming you need to know about in 2016.
Small business owners gather ‘round—Markethrive allows mom and pop shops to market their producst/services online through a collaborative force multiplier social network, built on top of the company’s Veretekk inbound marketing platform.
Focus43 is a web and mobile app development firm that focuses on iOS, Ruby and PHP coding. The company can accommodate any cloud environment and can deploy with every major infrastructure-as-a-service vendor under the sun: AWS, Rackspace, Google, Heroku, Joyent, and more.
Tyso has developed a public or private social media platform focusing on users with more extensive photo and video needs. The platform enables secure, private connections and photo/video streaming, audio capabilities, document and file sharing, and more.
Pitchengine enables companies to deliver fresh news to interested readers. Since its pioneering of the social media release in 2009, the platform has already helped over 50,000 brands worldwide connect with their communities.
TimeWalk has developed a virtual reality platform that facilitates simple forms of socializing as well as immersive 3D adventures and experiences (e.g, zip-lining, auto racing). The offering is available for free during its early access phase.
Hookscript allows users to quickly run low volume web applications without the need to configure/manage servers and database backends. The solution is currently in limited beta release.
Ubiquitous and convenient as they might be, GPS technologies are still prone to errors; to alleviate this, Natural Atlas has created what its founders Brian and Brandon Reavis call a “living, breathing map and guide to the outdoors.” For example, hikers and adventurers can use the app to find over a million waterfalls, campsites and places off the beaten path.
Navvi is a living atlas: the solution allows users to interact with their immediate surroundings. The SaaS offering enables users to leverage geospatial information and location-based services to understand and interact with what’s happening in their area.
Weelco is the company behind the popular log management system LogPacker: an automated data collector for data collection/analysis that seamlessly integrates with a variety of software programs.
As you can see, these 9 Wyoming-based tech ventures are building innovations poised to go head-to-head with the best and brightest from Silicon Valley. Be sure to keep an eye on them in 2016 and beyond.