Fifteen Software Companies in Nebraska that you should be able to explain to your family on Thanksgiving
Here at SPN, we are thankful for the building that is taking place here in the Silicon Prairie. We want to highlight some of the companies that provide great examples of these entrepreneurial efforts, for your discussion with family and friends this Thanksgiving. Team Software – Team Software is the premier provider of software to…
Here at SPN, we are thankful for the building that is taking place here in the Silicon Prairie. We want to highlight some of the companies that provide great examples of these entrepreneurial efforts, for your discussion with family and friends this Thanksgiving.
Team Software – Team Software is the premier provider of software to the building services and security industries. The company provides a robust, cloud-based ERP system (WinTeam) that is used by customers to manage their entire operation. They recently received a private equity investment from Accel-KKR.
FTNi – Financial Transmission Network Inc. is a SaaS platform that provides integrated receivables tools for enterprise clients. The company helps its clients manage receivables including ACH integration, ID registration, and other tools making the “getting paid” part of business easier.
D3 Banking – D3 Banking was originally named LoDo Software and is based in Denver. It moved here nearly a decade ago and has become one of the premier online software platforms for small and medium-sized banks.
ACI Worldwide – ACI Worldwide is the grizzled veteran of this list, as this company has been around since the early 1980s. It was one of the first software products for ATMs in the world. The company has grown to include multiple lines of financial products, and it is the primary ancestor of many of the region’s fintech software companies – such as FTNi and D3 Banking.
Buildertrend – This is a great example of a bootstrapped company that has succeeded wildly. Buildertrend just opened a new office in Omaha with more than 300 employees. The company has developed construction management software for homebuilders and rehabilitation/remodelers. It is cloud-based and one of the premier Google Cloud Services companies in the world.
Spreetail – Based in Lincoln, this e-commerce company has grown to more than 500 employees. They sell home, backyard, and outdoors products as a third-party partner on websites such as Walmart, Amazon, and eBay.
OpsCompass – OpsCompass helps enterprise customers shift loads to the public cloud. They do this by providing a secure means to monitor their cloud infrastructure and resolve potential security violations. The company recently acquired Agape Red for development help.
Flywheel – Recently announcing a move to North Downtown Omaha, Flywheel provides the premier hosting environment for designers and creatives that build WordPress websites.
Hudl – Hudl is a SaaS platform that helps athletes and coaches convey information to each other. They have HUGE film libraries regarding virtually every sport in the world. Based in Lincoln, they recently completed their new headquarters building in the Haymarket. The company is one of the largest AWS users in the world (due to video storage).
Beehive Industries – Beehive Industries provides medium and small cities with asset management tools for their physical infrastructure. The company has customers around the country and is located in Lincoln’s Haymarket.
Opendorse – Opendorse provides athletes and organizations tied to athletes with software that helps each maximize their revenue from social. The company moved into a new HQ three months ago in downtown Lincoln.
Quantified Ag – This is the only hardware/software product on this list. The company uses sensors carried on livestock to identify unhealthy animals. Using software and other tools, livestock producers can improve the overall health of their herds.
LifeLoop – LifeLoop integrates the senior living journey for families and facilities by providing powerful tools that aid the communication loop. The company was the recipient of the Rise of the Rest funding award during that entity’s tour stop in 2016.
Travefy – Travefy is a powerful tool for managing in-trip content, itineraries, and other travel related communication. The company currently powers more than two million customer itineraries.
Nobl – The inaugural winner of Bryan Health’s JumpStart Challenge in 2016. Nobl has grown into one of the premier providers of “rounding” software for hospitals. From executive rounding to individual floor rounding, the company provides hospitals with a tool to monitor activity throughout their buildings and personnel.
Now you have something other than politics to talk about while you enjoy your turkey. Happy Thanksgiving!
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