In this series of articles, we shed light on promising Missouri-based start-ups launched in 2020 or later that are making headway in the Analytics industry. From water management platforms that integrate machine learning and predictive analytics to text analytics platforms designed to streamline online communications, these fresh companies are revolutionizing their relative sectors with their innovative solutions.
Few US states can boast of such a conducive environment for start-ups as Missouri. Several successful start-ups have their roots in this Midwestern state’s fertile start-up ecosystem. In this article, we highlight some of these front-runners and delve into what sets them apart in the bustling analytics industry.
We give special attention to each company’s extraordinary ability to identify problems and devise ground-breaking solutions that meet 21st century demands. Here are eight startups that are making Missouri proud:
Based in Kansas City, NEER is a comprehensive water management platform founded by Elango Thevar. Using Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics, it models and assesses the risk condition of drinking water distribution mains, sewer, and stormwater collection systems. Connect with them on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter
Located in Springfield, Apt Crowd, founded by Chad Boschert, is the developer of a text analytics platform designed to help people quickly find accurate answers in online forums. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
The Culture Think Tank based in Kansas City was founded by Delise Simmons, Robert J Nielsen, Toni Clubb, and William Lindstrom. They transform their research into easy-to-use, metrics-based solutions that improve workplace performance. Connect with them on LinkedIn.
Located in St Louis, AuVis provides cloud-based KPI dashboard solutions, delivering data-driven decisions with real-time access to company performance metrics. Follow them on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
Based in St Louis, Remetrik was founded by Christopher Edmonds and Katherine Van Uum. It automates royalty accounting and makes analytics, data and content management more efficient and transparent. Connect with them on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
Located in St Louis, Grai, founded by Ian Eaves, focuses on data lineage, presenting users with the ability to understand and test how their data relates together across databases, warehouses, APIs, and dashboards. Follow them on LinkedIn.