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  • Wednesday, July 30, 2014

    NuHabitat Takes On Real Estate Search

    Austin-based NuHabitat, a new company out of the Capital Factory Accelerator, launched this week to take on the real estate search market. NuHabitat, led by Jeff Burke, is looking to tap into more information from local multiple listing services (MLS) to give consumers better information, and access to information previously only accessible to agents. The company is starting initially in the Central Texas market....Continue →

  • Wednesday, July 30, 2014

    Alert Logic Deploys On Google Cloud

    Houston-based security software developer Alert Logic has rolled out its products on Google Cloud this morning, saying it will make its Alert Logic Log Manager and Alert Logic Threat Manager software available to users running their workload in Google Cloud. Google Cloud is Google's cloud infrastructure and hosting service. Alert Logic's software is used for threat management and other security operations....Continue →

  • Wednesday, July 30, 2014

    Jericho Systems Wins SBIR Award

    Dallas-based Jericho Systems, a developer of access control and content filtering software, reported this morning that it has received a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) award from the U.S. Army. Size of the SBIR award was not announced by the company. Jericho said the SBIR award covers development of a single sign-on and RESTful service for the army, part of an effort to interconnect systems for the army....Continue →

  • Wednesday, July 30, 2014

    Civitas Learning Signs New Customers

    Austin-based educational software developer Civitas Learning reported a number of new customers have signed on to use the company's software....Continue →

  • Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    GENBAND Gets Win In UK

    Frisco-based GENBAND, which develops telecommunications software and hardware for the unified communications market, reported a win in the United Kingdom today. GENBAND said that iHub, a British hosted communications supplier for the business segment, has selected GENBAND's NUViA cloud service for a unified communications effort. Financial details of the win were not disclosed....Continue →

  • Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    Revionics Claims Big Sales Gains

    Austin-based Revionics, which develops software used by retailers to manage their merchandising, reported today that it has seen a more than 300 percent increase in its software-as-a-service sales in the first half of the year. Actual sales figures were not announced by the company. The company also said it had a 100 percent renewal rate on its customers. The company said those sales resulted in a 49 percent increase in overall revenues for the company. Revionics is led by Marc Hafner....Continue →

  • Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    LeadingReach Names Execs

    Austin-based LeadingReach, which develops referral management and patient management software for the healthcare industry, said Monday that it has named Tony Frey as Chief Operations Officer, and Duke Browning as Vice President of Engineering. The startup--led by Curtis Gattis--helps physicians, dentists, surgery centers, hospitals, and others manage patients and referrals, treatment, diagnosis, and more....Continue →

  • Monday, July 28, 2014

    Fonality: More Than A Business Phone System, with David Scult

    In an intensely competitive area, how do you differentiate yourself and grow a company?
    Fonality ( --a Plano-based developer of voice-over-IP phone software and systems--has managed to rise above the crowd of commodity voice-over-IP and PBX service providers, and now has around $40M in revenues. We spoke with David Scult, the company's CEO, to learn more about what the company is doing nowdays....Continue →

  • Monday, July 28, 2014

    Skybox Datacenters Expands In Houston

    Dallas-based data center developer Skybox Datacenters said this morning that it has started on construction of a new, data center in Houston. The company said it is building out a 86,960-square foot data center in Katy, specifically to target the energy business. The company said it expects to complete construction on the new data center in November, and will initially offer four, private 10,000 square foot data halls on the 20 acre campus....Continue →

  • Monday, July 28, 2014

    4Sight Upgrades Business Intelligence Software

    Austin-based 4Sight Business Intelligence, a developer of business intelligence software for the property and casualty market, said it has launched a new version of its product. The company said it "completely redesigned" the software, with a new, modern interface and other upgrades. Those features include custom dashboards, administrative tools, and more. The company also said it has added integration with big data tools like MapR, HortonWorks, Cloudera, MongoDB, Cassandra, and others....Continue →

  • Friday, July 25, 2014

    AT&T, Amazon Team On Fire Smartphone

    Dallas-based AT&T and online ecommerce giant said this morning that the two have begun delivering Amazon's new Amazon Fire smartphone on its network. The two said that the Amazon Fire is available for purchase today at AT&T's retail locations nationwide, and online at both AT&T and Amazon's site. The new phone runs exclusively on AT&T's 4G LTE network. AT&T said the 32GB version of the phone will be available for $27.09 a month using its Next 18 plan, or $199 with a two year contract....Continue →

  • Friday, July 25, 2014

    Michael Dell's Son Plans Dating Website

    Zachary Dell, the son of Dell CEO Michael Dell, is planning to launch a new dating app called Thread, according to reports this week. Thread, which has yet to launch, says it is focusing on mobile dating for the college set. The new startup is based at the Capital Factory. The startup is initially targeting University of Texas organizations with its service.Continue →

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