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On September 30, 2021, Public Spend Forum and GovShop, our AI-enabled Market Intelligence platform, hosted 4 innovative tech companies as part of our biweekly Emerging Tech and Innovation Showcase (apply or attend a showcase by clicking on the link). The tech pitch showcase was designed as part of our mission to create open government markets and strives to build awareness of innovative tech companies in the market. Through the showcase, Public Spend Forum is lowering the barriers and costs for small businesses to enter the public sector market. Each weekly innovation showcase gives entrepreneurs from emerging companies the opportunity to each deliver a technology pitch in front of a diverse audience of government buyers from the local, state, and federal agencies.

Below are recaps of the companies from this week’s innovation showcase along with 5-minute pitches and links to the pitches.

  • No Wait Inside: Customer flow management solution
  • ProcedureFlow: Knowledge management software
  • Rekor Systems: Intelligent infrastructure solution
  • 1Huddle: Mobile games for employee training

About the Company 

  • Type: Software and Services
  • Year Founded: 2020
  • Country of Origin: United States

No Wait Inside (NWI) is an innovative tech company that built a customer flow management solution to reduce waiting time and eliminate your company’s long waiting lines. During the COVID-19 pandemic, NWI realized that customers do not want to loiter in waiting rooms, especially not in a physical facility. Thus, their innovative mobile queuing system was created to encourage virtual waiting and allow customers to inform you when they arrive. This virtual waiting room solution not only optimizes traffic flow and resources but also provides full control for users to communicate with their customers, as each company can customize their website queuing system for virtual or physical waiting. Watch the video below to hear Michael Marasco, Co-Founder of No Wait Inside, present this solution to government buyers:

About the Company 

  • Type: Software and Services
  • Year Founded: 2015
  • Country of Origin: Canada

ProcedureFlow is a knowledge management software that was innovatively designed to empower your business to perform at its best. The solution reduces training time by 75% by using simple visual procedures. ProcedureFlow turns your company’s processes into an accessible knowledge management system that uses process flow software to logically represent complex expert knowledge through visual hyperlink flowcharts. These software flowcharts easily spot waste and deficiencies, thus reducing your company’s training and mentoring time and creating efficient and standard operating procedures. Co-Founder & VP of Product Management Micah Peterson presented this workflow management platform to 250+ government buyers at this week’s showcase. Watch the video below to hear his pitch:

About the Company

  • Type: Software and Services
  • Year Founded: 1996
  • Country of Origin: United States

Rekor Systems is an intelligent infrastructure solution that is helping the world become safer and more efficient. Rekor uses artificial intelligence-driven insights to provide smart traffic management solutions including traffic monitoring devices. This real-time intelligence provides analytical solutions on vehicles, roadways, and infrastructure. Rekor uses comprehensive data sourcing and machine learning to move clients toward solutions that transform the flow of daily life. Watch below to hear Chief Revenue Officer Mike Dunbar pitch the innovative solution:

About the Company

  • Type: Software and Services
  • Year Founded: 2015
  • Country of Origin: United States

1Huddle is an emerging tech company that is turning tedious employee training processes into simple, highly effective mobile games for training. Companies are able to use the game builder platform to turn any course, training, or manual into a skill game that employees can access instantly and play anywhere. By gamifying the process, 1Huddle is able to view performance data, reward top employees, and identify knowledge gaps. The game shop has training topics from across a diverse range of skill areas as well as virtual team-building games. Roger Bernardino, Director of Enterprise Sales, pitched this technology to 250+ government buyers at this week’s showcase. Watch the video below to hear his pitch:

Related: Apply to present at no-cost at the Tech Pitch Showcase
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