640 Labs was acquired by Monsanto Climate Corp. 640 Labs is a precision farming platform that collects, analyzes and distributes data, effectively optimizing farming operations. Farmers have proven to be willing adopters of technology if it provides value. Today, over 35% of all corn, wheat, and soybean farmers are using GPS auto-steered tractors to maximize yield. Now is the time to bring the power of analytics, mobile technologies and cloud computing to provide valuable insight and productivity improvements to farming.
ImmuVen, Inc. was acquired by a major pharmaceutical company in December, 2014. The company features a powerful, emerging life science technology -- high-affinity T cell receptors, a novel class of immune-targeting drugs and diagnostic agents.
Clearstream was originally founded as a video verification company in 2011 by advertising industry veterans. Advertisers have been clamoring for a seemingly small amount of premium inventory, and consequently overpaying in a vicious supply and demand economy. Using a combination of object and audio detection, ground-breaking viewability technology, and comprehensive content and audience targeting capabilities, Clearstream provides brands with a TV-like buying experience in a progressive, digital world. Clearstream was acquired by an international, full service advertising agency in November, 2015.
Spinlight creates enriching play experiences that invite children to tap, touch and discover, turning the facts they need to know into the games they want to play. Since 2011, that simple philosophy led to a long list of awards from some of the most prestigious names in childhood learning, including multiple Parents’ Choice Awards and ON for Learning Awards. Spinlight was acquired by Codagami in July, 2015. Codagami is a global leader in enterprise solutions, providing custom desktop software, cloud migration and mobile applications for a long list of Fortune 500 companies..
Adrenaline Mobility offered fast mobile web browsers and fast & secure operating systems for mobile devices that deliver a superior user experience. The company was acquired by Twitter in April, 2014.
Caterva was originally created to develop a real-time social marketing platform. The web-based software enabled marketers to identify potential new customers and message to them over social network services like Twitter and Facebook. In March, 2013, Caterva was merged into Infochimps, Inc., a cloud services company offering “big data” management solutions to enterprise customers. Infochimps was sold to Computer Sciences Corporation in August, 2013.
Oso Technologies offers a wireless, internet connected soil moisture monitoring system – Plant Link -- that helps gardeners save water and keep their plants healthy. By waiting to water plants until they really need it, gardeners can cut back on their water use and help their plants live longer, healthier lives. Oso’s built in optional Facebook and Twitter connectivity gives gardeners the tools they need to easily share their gardening habits with friends and family.
Persio’s multi-channel marketing and decisioning platform puts the power of personalization into marketers’ hands. Built to meet the needs of retailers, Persio works with with marketers’ existing data sources, technology solutions, deployment channels, and identity resolution services to establish a unified customer record so that marketers can deploy data-driven and personalized campaigns across web, email, SMS, mobile apps, and other sales channels. Persio empowers marketers to deliver relevant offers to customers at their most responsive point.