Los Angeles, the City of Angels, is traditionally associated with movie stars and eternal sun. Now, it is increasingly associated with software and applications companies making a mark in the global tech scene. With the mix of growing tech start-ups, talented graduates from local universities, and successfully mature companies, Los Angeles has become a dynamic hub for innovation in software and application development. We explore some of these LA-based stars in this article.
The tech scene in LA includes a diverse array of companies spanning multiple industries, from human resources to blockchain, to machine learning technologies, and augmented reality applications. This eclectic mix of companies is revolutionizing their respective fields, redefining customer experience, fostering creativity, and driving the future of technology.
These companies are not only pushing technological boundaries but are also significantly contributing to the local economy by creating jobs and nurturing local tech talent. Let’s delve deeper to learn more about these thriving businesses, their achievements, and their contributions.
Bambee is a platform that brings the convenience and professionalism of a dedicated HR Manager to small and medium-sized businesses. Founded by Allan Jones in 2016, Bambee makes it possible for businesses to hire an HR manager starting at just $99 per month, making HR services accessible and affordable for businesses of all sizes. With a combination of services such as HR Autopilot, Guided Payroll, and a free suite of powerful HR tools, Bambee provides a perfect solution for SMBs aiming for HR compliance. Connect with them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Industry-leading hardware-software infrastructure company Spatial Labs, founded by tech entrepreneur Iddris Sandu, is driving the future of commerce, consumer experience, and brand connectivity. Spatial Labs is committed to innovation that intersects culture, community, and limitless design. The release of its pioneering blockchain-enabled hardware platform, LNQ, in May 2022, is just another example of how Spatial Labs is transforming the frontier of technology. Connect with Iddris Sandu on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Focusing on workforce analytics for software development organizations, LinearB is promoting productivity based on objective, data-driven insights. Founded by Dan Lines and Ori Keren in 2018, LinearB has revolutionized the way software development organizations measure their productivity and strive for continuous improvement. They can be followed on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Oro Inc., which is behind the well-established OroCRM and innovative OroCommerce, hails from the minds of industry leaders in open-source business application development such as Yoav Kutner, Jary Carter, and Dima Soroka. Oro Inc. has quickly disrupted the CRM market with its flexible and tailored solutions for various businesses. The company’s LinkedIn page is here.
PROTO, owned by PORTL Inc., manufactures devices for detailed, interactive holographic demonstrations that are used in a range of sectors – experiential marketing, education, telehealth, entertainment, and corporate communications. It counts among its partners major firms such as AT&T, T-Mobile, and HBO. Connect with them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.