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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Tech Trends: Under leadership of CEO Jeff Miller, Synchronoss narrows focus to turn things...

An enthusiastic Jeff Miller, CEO and president of Bridgewater-based Synchronoss Technologies, spoke to NJTechWeekly.com recently about the company, and how it is orchestrating its turnaround. Miller joined the firm over two-and-a-half years ago, brought in...

Tech Trends: Founders Chisa Egbelu and Kayla Michèle scale PeduL in tech giant’s ecosystem

New Jersey entrepreneurs Chisa Egbelu and Kayla Michèle have found that their startup, PeduL, is in a sweet spot right now, responding to a growing demand from corporate talent acquisition managers for diverse job...

Tech Trends: You can find investors for hard-to-fund tech projects, experts tell Princeton grads

“Tough tech” — technology that’s hard to fund because it’s so complex, takes so long to develop and doesn’t offer the recurring revenue streams that investors love — was the topic of a conversation...

Tech Trends: Paramus-based Nuvolo manages connected workplace — and it’s thriving

Nuvolo is the fastest-growing workplace solutions company you’ve probably never heard of, and it is headquartered in Paramus. In March, the company raised $32 million in a Series C round, which included $1 million from...

Tech Trends: Mount Laurel startup TeacherCoach has portal dedicated to teacher, parent mental health

During the pandemic, the mental health needs of parents and their children’s teachers rose to top of mind, as many suffered from isolation and the traumas that come with confronting the new world of...

Tech Trends: Maya Brooks offers in-depth look at startup funding at Jersey Shore Women...

Maya Brooks, senior product manager and startup coach at IFundWomen, based in Montclair, made a virtual appearance at one of the Asbury Park-based Jersey Shore Women in Tech’s meetings earlier this year. Brooks’ presentation was...

Tech Trends: Interview with Thomas Metzger, CEO of Lotto.com, e-commerce platform to buy N.J....

The idea for Lotto.com Inc., based in Jersey City, dates to well before 2018, when Thomas Metzger, CEO, established the startup, he told NJTechWeekly.com in a recent interview. That’s because the idea of bringing...

Tech Trends: An interview with Rachel Lyubovitzky, whose startup, EverythingBenefits, was acquired by UKG

Recently, the New Jersey tech community learned that EverythingBenefits, a New Providence-based startup that automates all the functions around employee benefits, had been acquired by Ultimate Kronos Group, or UKG. UKG, based in Lowell,...

Tech Trends: Innovation keeps Clark-based GEP on top of procurement software sector

The supply chain. It was the reason why you couldn’t get toilet paper during the early days of the pandemic. And it’s the reason why you’re having trouble getting a semiconductor-filled automobile today. The...

Tech Trends: N.J. tech companies respond to COVID-19 crisis in India

When the latest wave of COVID-19 hit India to a devastating effect in recent weeks, New Jersey-based tech companies sprang into action to help not only their own associates, but also others in the...

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