Recently added Boston tech startups...
We regularly add new tech startups in Boston to our guide, as well as pruning dead, acquired, and zombie startups from the list. Browse startups below, or search for startups of interest.
Mobile app platform for electric and gas utility workers
Real-time dynamic motion-planning technology for robots, solving collision avoidance problems and enabling faster speeds safely.
A curated marketplace for consumer products from women-owned businesses.
Employee engagement and performance management software.
Digital mortgage platform, connecting lenders with their title, settlement, and appraisal vendors.
Software for real estate developers to identify & evaluate land parcels that meet their criteria.
Software modeling tools to “improve human machine interface safety and usability in ground vehicles, aircraft and more.”
“Provides People Ops professionals with scalable, real-time analytics for identifying and mitigating biases in major decisions involving employees.”
AI-powered operations optimization solutions for tasks like routing mobile workforces; parcel bundling for last-mile pickup; cost, time, and distance minimization for transport; and more.
Employee productivity monitoring software with AI-powered suggestions for improvement.
Travel-planning app that automatically puts together an agenda based on activities you enjoy.
Analyzes & finds savings for employers offering a pharmaceutical benefits plan.
One-hour online classes taught by professionals in industry.
Building a platform to better connect companies with remote software engineers.
“Software to help injured, ill, or disabled employees return to work.”
“A personal accountability service that helps people build healthy exercise and eating habits. [..] delivered via text message, guided by behavioral science, and powered by real people who hold users accountable in a judgment-free and positive way.”
Service for appraising & selling your existing life insurance policy.
Tech company acquiring & scaling top consumer products sold through Amazon.
Platform for hiring software engineers based on “performance data and deep testing” rather than resumes.