We began this competitors with 20 impressive startups. After 4 days of fierce pitching in a completely new digital Startup Battlefield area, we have now a winner.
The startups participating within the Startup Battlefield have all been hand-picked to take part in our extremely aggressive startup competitors. It was an unprecedented 12 months as we moved all the nail-biting pleasure of our bodily contest to a digital stage. All of them offered in entrance of a number of teams of VCs and tech leaders serving as judges for an opportunity to win $100,000 and the coveted Disrupt Cup.
These startups made their solution to the finale to demo in entrance of our ultimate panel of judges, which included: Caryn Marooney (Coatue Administration), Ilya Fushman (Kleiner Perkins), Michael Seibel (Y Combinator), Sonali De Rycker (Sequoia), Troy Carter (Q&A) and Matthew Panzarino (TechCrunch).
We’re now able to announce that the winner of TechCrunch Battlefield 2020 is….
Canix has constructed a strong enterprise useful resource planning platform designed to scale back the time it takes hashish growers to enter knowledge. It integrates properly with widespread bookkeeping software program, in addition to Metrc, an industry-wide regulatory platform. The founders say that their platform may also help growers improve margins by improved labor prices.
Matidor is constructing a mission platform for consultants and engineers to maintain observe of tasks and geospatial knowledge in a single dashboard. It provides an all-in-one knowledge visualization suite for purchasers within the power and environmental companies fields.
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