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Name.com is a fast-growing domain registrar, dedicated to helping people around the world get their ideas on the web. From domain names to hosting, we give our customers the tools they need to create a great website. We’re a casual, tight-knit team that constantly strives to do things better, quicker, and smarter.
Four Winds Interactive
Digital signage is everywhere—airports, hotels, casinos, college campuses and more—you see examples every day. But you probably don’t think about the software powering those applications. We’re the leading software provider for enterprise-grade digital signage networks. Our platform powers millions of screens around the world.
When FC was founded, we could see that businesses weren’t being given the finance to grow, while investors were making poor returns. We had a simple idea — let them support each other. Investors can diversify and access attractive returns. Businesses get fast, easy access to financing to grow, create jobs, support communities and drive economies...
Intelex is a fast-growing technology company that has been developing, implementing and supporting software for Environment, Health and Safety, and Quality (EHSQ) management for over 20 years. Our web-based products support environmental initiatives, help to track and manage health and safety performance, and enhance product and service quality.
Webroot was the first to harness the cloud and artificial intelligence to protect businesses and individuals against cyber threats. We provide the number one security solution for managed service providers and small businesses, who rely on Webroot for endpoint protection, network protection, and security awareness training.
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Sovrn is an advocate and partner to 20,000 publishers globally. We own and operate one of the largest global exchanges that connects publishers with tools, services and analytics to grow their audience, engage their readers and monetize their site. Mission: Help content creators do more of what they want to do – and less of what they don’t.