Washington, DC, January 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, today announced 5 winners of its “Previews” competition – which annually selects the country’s most innovative early stage content or content technology companies. Winners will be showcased at the 13th annual Information Industry Summit in New York City, January 29-30.
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The SIIA Previews Program selects and then spotlights the most innovative new content creators, aggregators and technology vendors that are transforming the information industry. A panel of judges from the SIIA membership reviewed and judged a field of innovative companies to select the 5 Previews winners. Newstex is a proud sponsor the Previews program.
The companies (listed below) win a slot at SIIA’s Information Industry Summit to present to 300 leaders from the information industry. During SIIA Previews sessions held throughout the Information Industry Summit, company CEOs will highlight the innovations that have made them successful. After the presentations, conference attendees will vote on the company “Most Likely to Succeed.”
As a result of presenting at Previews alumni have received investments, have been acquired, or created partnerships with SIIA member companies. Over the past 6 years, 91 companies have been featured and at SIIA events. The Class of 2014 SIIA Previews:
CrowdComputing Systems, INC.: CrowdComputing Systems provides a software platform that uses machine learning and crowdsourcing to help businesses reduce the cost and increase the speed of processing data and creating content. CCS' platform is workforce agnostic, their platform model allows users to harness distributed workers from any online community or talent exchange, include a user's own employees.
Kulu Valley LTD.: Kulu Valley creates video-rich online presentations by combining video with slides. Users can record from nearly any source or upload media to quickly and securely present it to specific audiences. Users can also measure the results of their content.
Mondeca: Mondeca offers a Smart Content Factory (SFC) to help publishers aggregate relevant domain data models and vocabularies and infuse them into generic systems such as search and recommendation engines, text-mining, CMS, and DAM. The software systems ultimately “learn” the language of their users thereby boosting the productivity of content management delivery processes.
Pressly: Pressly is a self-serve platform that enables marketers to curate content from social networks and around the web into engaging destinations - "Flipboard for Enterprise."
Tinypass: Tinypass is an e-commerce platform that allows content creators and media owners to monetize their digital content quickly, powerfully and effectively. It integrates easily with leading content management systems and its huge variety of pricing, access and subscription options allows content owners to develop customized paid content offerings that fit their audience and support their revenue strategy.
About SIIA and IIS:
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), SIPA, and ABM comprise the leading trade group for hundreds of companies involved in the creation and delivery of business information. B2B media companies, publishers, information services providers, and the organizations that serve them rely on SIIA for regulatory and intellectual property protection, education on critical market issues and connection to peers and partners across the industry to support and grow their businesses.
The SIIA Information Industry Summit (IIS) is a flagship conference for leaders across the business information industry, bringing together an audience of 300+ senior executives from B2B media, publishing and information companies to address important strategic issues and to network.