Into Tech: No Code AI, Healthcare APIs, Enterprise Startups, and More
This past week’s newly funded startups, jobs, and tips
A few updates for you all:
We have a new Facebook group. I want to interact with you all more and let the community meet one another. Hope this group helps accomplish that.
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Newly Funded Startups
Monkey Learn is building machine learning and AI technology that helps businesses unleash insights and information on all the unstructured, customer based data they have. They announced a $2.2 million Seed round of funding.
LogDNA provides simple to use system/application log management and analysis tools for software engineering teams. Companies use LogDNA to ensure their systems are running smoothly and to get alerted when there are issues. They just raised $25 million in a Series C round of funding.
If you have purchased medication from a direct to consumer company online, it’s very likely you have used Truepill. Truepill is building API driven products and services that enable companies to offer pharmaceuticals and healthcare services without the headache of building everything yourself. They just announced a $25 million round of financing. As telehealth and personal health services continue to expand online, it’s no doubt that Truepill will continue to see a surge in business.
FYI: if you see 2+ years of experience on a job post, apply anyway:
Stitchfix is using machine learning and human in the loop AI to help people find new and stylish clothing through a subscription service.
Philo is building a live and on-demand TV service with no contract and 50+ channels, all for $20 a month.
Instabase is building technology that enables enterprises to solve complex business problems using their simple no-code platform and pre-built integrations.
Tips & Tricks
If you see a company you like but don’t see any available positions on their careers page, go to their LinkedIn and click See all (number) of employees. Reach out to one or more of the employees who may be able to tell you more about the company and if there are any roles available that would fit your skillset.
1. This past week, Gartner, a global research and advisory firm, published a report on the enterprise software space. Based on a methodology that equally weighs a startup's ability to attract new customers, current and projected revenue growth, ability to adapt their solutions to growing industries and position in their chosen markets, they compiled a list of the 25 best enterprise software startups to watch in 2020 (i.e. ones you should apply to).
That’s all for this week, thanks for reading!