Alberta’s up-and-coming tech products selected to present at DemoCamp
Alberta’s up-and-coming tech products have been selected to demo for a live audience at DemoCamp Alberta on Monday, April 15 at the new Calgary Public Library.
Congratulations to the selected companies:
Bootkik is a web and mobile-based platform for creating, sharing and implementing digital action plans called Recipes.
CleanNow is a residential cleaning startup. With a network of over 5,000 cleaning entrepreneurs across Canada, CleanNow can provide on-demand service to your neighbourhood. These cleaners are fully insured, bonded experts in residential home cleaning, who have completed the comprehensive CleanNow training program.
LotSpot enables realtors and home builders to present key information to their buyers in real time on their device. The buyers are able to like, dislike and take their own notes and photos while in a property that is for sale. At the end of the day, they can shortlist and ultimately compare homes based on what they have seen and what qualities they liked.
SpikeFli is a cloud-based business intelligence technology that reads, analyses and displays vendor billing data, allowing corporations to understand and manage their operational expenses for Telecom & Information Technology in one centralized platform. SpikeFli eliminates the need for internal paper invoice processing, making it easier to keep up with accounts payable processing.
SumoQuote helps contractors create branded professional quotes to impress clients and win more work.
Tadum helps teams get organized and stay accountable. It starts with better meetings driven by our online shared agenda.
Trusted Dispatch is an automated shipping platform that instantly computes and displays the shipping cost to the user. It then connects the load with the appropriate available vehicle already traveling the direction the shipment needs to go.
2S Water addresses water quality. Even in first world countries, ensuring water quality in small communities is a constant issue. 2S Water is developing a water quality sensor that will connect directly to the output of a water treatment facility, providing real time results of water quality and timely alerts to changes.
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