Botco.ai, the leading HIPAA-compliant conversational marketing solution, is excited to announce that it has been selected as a winner in TiEcon’s TiE50 Awards Program. Botco.ai was recognized for its innovation in using AI technology to drive conversational marketing at scale. The company is one of 152 winners worldwide, but the only winner from Arizona.
Axon, the Scottsdale-based maker of public safety technology devices, reported its first quarter results for 2021 on Thursday. For the three months ended March 31, net sales hit $195 million, up from $147 million in the same period last year and ahead of analyst expectations of $165 million.
Lucid Motors announces a handful of technology executives are joining the company as its merger with Churchill Capital IV Corp. is headed for its close after a volatile period.
Brand is what B2B tech start-ups must build to fully capitalize on their disruption. It’s some of the most important work that tech startups often overlook. So, give yourself a competitive advantage by having a winning brand that builds traction from the word “go” and to get started with GrowthShift, experts in the B2B tech branding space.
Despite the challenges we’ve faced, Arizona is still on the rise and can be compared side by side with the most influential and powerful technology hubs across the nation and even the world. There are many technology sectors that will continue to push Arizona’s explosive growth forward in 2021. What follows Steve Zylstra’s emerging technologies expected to impact Arizona’s technology ecosystem in the coming year and beyond.
Self-driving has become more than just a term that will be used some day in our state. We already are sharing the road with cars, vans and trucks that carry us and our payloads. And such progress in a short period already is prompting ideas of what is to come in our future.
Disruptive technologies are emerging rapidly, and organizations across all industry sectors must adapt in order to thrive in a digital world. In this engaging and informative session, a distinguished group of tech experts from Thin Client Computing, ALLATA and Expedient shed light on what makes applications cloud-native versus ground-native and how understanding the difference can not only help you survive tech disruption, but also streamline and accelerate your cloud strategy. Moderated by Expedient Market Vice President Heidi Altree, was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.