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AZ Tech Beat | November 19, 2019

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ResponseQue Engineers an Efficient Customer Support Software

December 6, 2012 |

With businesses being more and more dependent on the internet, websites, and online traffic, customer support is crucial. ResponseQue has developed software to try and promote excellent customer support that is available immediately, day or night. ResponseQue is an … Read More

Seed Spot Is Growing Innovation In Downtown Phoenix’s Warehouse District

December 5, 2012 | 1

There’s plenty of excitement brewing in Downtown Phoenix’s historic Levine Machine building (est. 1917) these days, as the one-time machinery repair building in the heart of the warehouse district is now home to several local startups, including the nonprofit incubator Seed Spot.

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Athlinks Keeps Track Of All Your Race Event Results So You Don’t Have To

December 5, 2012 |

Chandler-based Athlinks.com is a user-friendly tool for consolidating all of your race event history. Track anything from ½ marathons to Ironmans, and even mud races, then see the results on your athlete profile page within 7-10 days after the event. … Read More

Mesa Based HeatSync Labs is a Community Hardware/Software Workshop and Hangout

December 4, 2012 | 7

The guys pictured above have created something very special in the heart of downtown Mesa. They have rented a space and filled it with the kind of toys that attract Arizona’s hackers and tinkerers and called the place HeatSync … Read More

Rundavoo: A New Facebook Application To Remove The Stress From Event Planning

November 30, 2012 |

Adam Ayers, a graduate from Arizona State University, and founder of Entrepreneurs@ASU, has embarked on a new journey, with a new startup. He is on a team along with six others that are taking a new approach to event … Read More

ZocDoc Opening a Phoenix Office?

November 27, 2012 | 2

After every natural disaster citizens and businesses have to find a way to recuperate from the damage and how to improve things for the future. After Hurricane Sandy created havoc in New York and datacenter outages started hitting New … Read More

Tallwave Launches “High Tide” Start-up Competition

November 26, 2012 | 2

Tallwave is full of new activity. They have recently added two prestigious names to their advisory board: Craig Barrett, retired Chairman of the Board and CEO of Intel, and Roy Vallee, Executive Chairman of the Board and former CEO of … Read More

Lunar IT Solutions Provides Businesses with Affordable Web Designs

November 19, 2012 |

It can be difficult to build a small business in an age of corporations. However, the internet has made it possible for companies of any size to be successful. Social media is a large part of marketing … Read More

Scottsdale-Based SpyFu Launches Convertasaurus – Marketing Tool that Determines Which Phrases Generate More Clicks

November 14, 2012 | 3

Say hello to Convertasaurus. It’s a new tool that has just been launched by the Scottsdale-based internet marketing firm, SpyFu. Mike Roberts, Founder & President of SpyFu, has compiled copious amounts of information regarding what specific keywords perform better … Read More

Simpleview Streamlines CRMs to Market Destination Marketing Organizations

November 12, 2012 |

Arizona has always been a hotbed for CRM companies (think Act,SalesLogix, Infusionsoft), and Tucson-based Simpleview has quietly joined that growing list. Simpleview has emerged as another rapidly growing software company that creates a CRM and CMS solution specifically for destination … Read More