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12 Startups Poised To Make A Major Impact On The B2B Market

Ingram Micro worked with MassChallenge to select some of the hottest startups with technology applicable for business-to-business markets and reward them with some startup money and a lot of instant brand recognition.

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Modernizing The User Experience For Salesforce: Addapptation  

Addapptation, Exeter, N.H., creates a modern user experience, or UX, platform for clients by working with the Salesforce.com database and the Salesforce APIs to connect them directly to the customer's Salesforce. The result is a new user experience with a modern web development framework that the company said works 10 times faster than building the application within Salesforce.

Addapptation has a library of over 40 prebuilt solutions covering what it calls the most important Salesforce challenges, including solutions for sales, operations and executive users.

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Cutting Shipping Costs With Custom Packaging: Boxologic 

Boxologic could be a product shipper's dream. Somerville, Mass.-based Dome Zero developed Boxologic, a robotic instant random-size packaging solution, or "box-on-demand," that uses technology to create the right-size box instantly for e-commerce fulfillment. This results in boxes that can be created in any size on demand from one SKU of corrugated stock without human intervention. The company said it eliminates waste from traditional packaging technologies that leads to an average of 40 percent unused space and increases void filler use 60 percent, corrugated cardboard use 15 percent and transportation costs 20 percent.

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Bringing Communications To Those Who Cannot Communicate: EyeControl 

EyeFree Assisting Communication is the Tel Aviv, Israel-based developer of EyeControl, which is technology targeting people suffering from ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig's disease) or other conditions who are unable to communicate. EyeControl is a wearable personal communication device that gives a voice to patients. Using audio feedback and eye gestures, EyeControl is a stand-alone portable device that allows for immediate and around-the-clock communication.

 
 
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