BizSpark Featured Startup – notesQuest

Personalize your stored data search with Microsoft BizSpark member notesQuest’s combined search and note-taking application.   Since 2014, notesQuest has combined the capabilities of a personal search engine and a note-taking application to provide companies and individual users with the ability to effortlessly search their stored data and remember what to buy, what to bring,…


Azure and SQL Server helping EventNook deliver self-service event promotion and ticketing

Creating your own mobile-friendly event ticketing or registration site has never been easier than with Microsoft BizSpark’s EventNook. Planning and promoting events is no longer difficult, costly, or time consuming thanks to Kyaw Lin Oo’s EventNook. An online software as a service (SAAS) platform, EventNook provides self-service online event registration and event ticketing platform for event…

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Featured BizSpark Startup – CopyShoppy

Captivate your target audience with brilliant business writing and branding with Microsoft Bizspark member CopyShoppy. It can be difficult for companies to produce powerful brand names and advertisements, which is exactly why Asad Khan decided to found CopyShoppy. Connecting customers with a community of talented ad writers, content marketers and brand name developers, CopyShoppy is…

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Azure: Open for Gaming Startups

Gaming startups use open source on Azure as a springboard to success Because it’s agnostic on programming language, device, framework, and operating system, Azure is proving to be a solid foundation for gaming software companies who use open source to publish to their platform of choice. Today I put the spotlight on b-interaktive and other…

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A Game-Winning Shot.

Two friends fresh out of university have developed an innovative photography app hosted in Azure that’s gaining serious traction across mobile platforms. Gamification +  photography  = a lot of fun: That seems to be the take-away of most new users after spending a few minutes with Pikura, a mobile app hosted in Azure that’s currently…

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Azure enabling Boni’s “Loud Steps” to provide indoor navigation to the visually impaired

Microsoft BizSpark member Boni provides “Loud Steps” indoor navigation to the visually impaired.   Navigating through public spaces is made easier for the visually impaired with Boni’s application Loud Steps. Loud Steps employs patented location determination technology aimed at calculating the exact location of the user – providing the future of indoor navigation for airports,…

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Rejjee Helps Recover Stolen Bikes Using Microsoft Cloud Services

A startup in Boston is using technology to help people recover their stolen bikes.   In a city that is known for a large population of students and commuters, bikes have become a popular way to get around. However, bike theft is a constant problem. That is why Rejjee created a system for registering bikes,…

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BizSpark member Skemaz helps slash merchandising costs.

Slash your merchandising costs and delight your customers with Microsoft BizSpark member Skemaz’s retail merchandising solution. Since its founding in 2013, Australian based and globally operated Skemaz has been revolutionizing in-store merchandising by providing companies with a more affordable way of offering their services and improving their ability to secure merchandising contracts. Designed primarily for…


Behind The Scenes With InfoTycoon and Microsoft Azure

Today’s Featured BizSpark Startup is InfoTycoon from Roswell, Georgia, USA. InfoTycoon is an asset lifecycle management platform designed to address the specific needs of the multifamily real estate industry. Plenty of property management owners and managers are discovering Microsoft BizSpark startup InfoTycoon these days. Designed to help efficiently manage large, multi-family properties (apartment communities, for…