Despite sliding back into recession in 2017, Greece continues to produce a remarkable selection of tech offerings—from AI-powered news analysis solutions to apps for travel agency management. We recently highlighted 11 tech startups from Athens, the nation’s capital; here are a few more Grecian tech startups to close out the year.
The following are the top 9 tech startups from Greece you need to know about in 2017 and beyond.
FightHoax is the world’s first text-based fact-checking algorithm driven by AI, boasting an 89% accuracy rate. The offering is currently in private beta release.
Touristmart develops custom mobile applications for travel agencies, guest houses, and hotels. Its offering allows users to manage daily tasks like processing customer requests, tracking orders, managing guest accounts, and more. Hotel guests can even book reservations directly from their smartphone, tablet, or smart watch.
Clio Muse has developed a mobile app that connects cultural institutions (e.g., museums, art exhibits) with visitors. The offering shares unique stories regarding each exhibit and offers visitors access to background information, interactive games, social sharing, and more.
Discoveroom’s goal is to give private lodge owners and accommodation providers a modern platform for sharing their services with travelers. Users can make reservations and instant bookings directly from the iOS/Android and desktop app.
Blendid’s app allows users to create and share “Blends”: customized, 100% verified social business cards. The app is available exclusively for iOS devices.
As its name implies, MonthlyFlavors is a monthly Mediterranean food subscription service—customers get an attractive box of healthy and tasty Mediterranean goodies delivered right to their doorstep every month. The company has been featured in various publications including The Huffington Post, EMEA, and TO BHMA, to name a few.
Self’it is a location-based selfie sharing platform that allows users to share their selfies and make connections in the same vicinity. The app is available for download in the Apple Store and Google Play.
Hotel Crux is a cloud-based property management system that helps facility owners spend less time on administrative tasks and more time on maximizing bookings per room. The solution is currently available for a free, 15-day test drive.
Orderify has developed a peer-to-peer platform and mobile app aimed at improving the internal operations of food and beverage service businesses. The offering pairs up experienced professionals with business owners over social media and allows customers to place orders via QR code, sans waiter.
In short, Greece’s tech innovators continue to invigorate the local economy with their digital products and services—be sure to keep these 9 digital startups in your sights in 2017 and beyond.