It’s fun to see all the exciting wins for many Arizona tech companies. We continue to see more investments, more national attention and more semiconductor and EV activity.
Here’s just some of what happened last month:
Botco.ai launches AI chat and live agent support solution BotcoLive with major urgent care franchise
Botco.ai, a HIPAA-compliant chatbot platform, announced that BotoLive, a new feature designed to transfer automated chat conversations to live agents, will go live with healthcare provider American Family Care (AFC).
Fintech startup Dovly launched a free version of its automated credit repair platform to make it accessible to more people.
Idaho-based Lithium-ion battery manufacturer KORE Power officially chose its general contractor that will build the company’s new KOREPlex facility in Buckeye.
The University of Arizona was invited to join Destination Startup, an annual showcase in Colorado that is meant to highlight some of the best companies in the Intermountain West.
Scottsdale-based Nextiva announced a $200 million raise from Goldman Sachs at a $2.7 valuation that will make the company more competitive in the connected communications industry.
Chandler-based Lotus Labs, Inc. utilized machine learning to gather audience data at the US Open.
Keap announces new e-commerce capabilities to simplify the headache of running a small business and online store
Keap, a sales and marketing automation platform for small businesses, announced its ability to streamline the processes required to run an e-commerce site.
GitKraken acquires BigBrassBand, creator of Git Integration for agile project management software Jira
GitKraken acquired BigBrassBand, the creator of a Git integration plugin for Jira.
eVisit closes a $45M raise led by Goldman Sachs following increased demand for virtual healthcare platform
Virtual healthcare platform eVisit announced the close of a $45 million Series B funding round led by Goldman Sachs.
Cyber Dive released AquaOne, a new cell phone designed to keep kids safe while interacting online and provide parents peace of mind.
Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) service providers Skynetwest, based in Chandler, and Soaring Eagle Imaging, based in Brandon, Miss., joined forces to create a drone data collection and processing company called Soaring Eagle Technologies.
Arizona leaders have launched the National Semiconductor Economic Roadmap (NSER), a new initiative to advance U.S. competitiveness in the international semiconductor industry.