4 Best Tech Startups in Richardson
May 21, 2018
The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Richardson, Texas. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to:
- Revenue potential
- Leadership team
- Brand/product traction
- Competitive landscape
Additionally, all companies must be independent (un-acquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding in order to qualify.
“Armor is a born-in-the-cloud cyber security services company that provides uncompromised security and compliance for companies around the world.
We protect businesses’ data workloads and applications across on-premise, hybrid and cloud environments by being a single source for security talent, technology and techniques. And we ease the burden of attaining and maintaining compliance, wherever your data is located.”
2. EnTouch Controls
“Founded in Richardson, Texas in 2008, ENTOUCH provides smart building solutions and managed services to multi-site companies across North America. Our integrated, cloud-based software and technology, combined with 24/7, consultative services, render a 360° view of any facility ecosystem, useful in making real-time decisions that reduce energy consumption, improve operational efficiency, extend asset life, and create a more satisfying customer experience.”
“Theatro is a Dallas-based technology startup pioneering the market’s first voice-controlled enterprise wearable for brick and mortar retail, hospitality, and manufacturing. Our “heads up, hands free” mobile solution provides a software suite of productivity and communication applications through a SaaS (Software as a Service) offering designed to optimize employee, sales, and operational performance.
We work and innovate with some of the nation’s leading retailers
“Modo is the better, faster way to connect payment systems. Modo has a cloud based payments utility that works with banks, networks, payments processors, and their partners to enable interoperability between systems.”
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