Crayon, a Boston startup, is bringing an automated and more complete way of monitoring your competitors with its Intel product. The company is announcing $3.5M in new funding.
Unlike at some businesses, where remote work options mean employees may be able to work from home once or twice a week, employees at Help Scout work from home (or wherever they want) every day.
Athletes of Valor aims to help veterans transition from the military to college by tapping the power of athletics.
Tucked right around the corner from South Station in the Leather District hides one tech company that flies a bit under the radar in the Boston tech community: Influitive.
Boston-based Fasten has set out to shake up the market by offering better service to drivers and charging passengers less.
BoardOnTrack provides a step-by-step program to help schools build better boards.
This summer marks the first here in Boston for epiic solutions, a new kind of day camp that exposes high schoolers to entrepreneurship and innovation.
Last week, Boston-based health tech company PatientPing announced that Vermont has become the state first in the nation to adopt its services across in-state healthcare providers.
Everbridge provides critical communications across 100 different devices and platforms.
Shuflix’s mission is to bring adventure to everyone by reducing stressful decision making.
Botkeeper is a robotic bookkeeping system that integrates with existing software and leverages machine learning to manage the books.
Plenish allows users to monitor food consumption, eliminate food waste, and automatically order new groceries straight from their smartphone.
Cambridge-based LiftUp, a resistance band system that syncs with your phone to track repetitions and strength, launched its campaign yesterday on Kickstarter.