Moonshoot is a company involved in animation and content production for educating children in English through an immersive and social on-line environment. The company’s mission is to Spark English learning in children everywhere. It’s headquartered in US with offices in Tokyo, Beijing, Guangzhou, Chongqing and Singapore.
JustCommodity Software Solutions provides the framework for commodity trading companies to manage their trades, risk management and hedge accounting purposes to meet the requirements of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Infocomm Investments invested in JustCommodity alongside Extream Ventures and OWW Capital Partners.Latest from the blog: Taking commodities to the cloud with JustCommodity »
Singapore’s JustCommodity raises S$5.6 million in Series A round »
Bubble Motion is pioneering social communication for mobile phones. Bubble Motion’s Bubbly™ is a social messaging service where people share SMS and voice updates with friends, family, fans and followers, bringing social networking to mobile phones. Infocomm Investments invested in Bubble Motion alongside SingTel Innov8, Sequoia Capital, Palomar Ventures and NGC.
GuardTime, headquartered in Singapore, developed a unique service architecture that provides keyless signatures for independently verifiable proof of data integrity, helping organisations in financial services, government, telecommunications and healthcare strengthen control. Infocomm Investments invested in GuardTime’s Series A round alongside Horizons Ventures from Hong Kong, Ambient Sound Investments from Estonia and FITOne Capital from Japan.Latest from the blog: Guardtime wins the 2011 Innotribe Start-Up Challenge »
GuardTime Raises US$8m from Skype Founding Engineers & Investors from Hong Kong, Japan & Singapore »
Data Security Systems Solutions (”DS3″), headquartered in Singapore, provides strong authentication security solutions to financial services institutions, government bodies and enterprises. Infocomm Investments invested in DS3 alongside JAFCO Asia in its Series A round.
Founded in October 2001, Sconce is a provider of engineering solutions and services in PLM, MCAD, Piping, Structural and offshore software development. Some of its clients include Lenovo, Newell RubberMaid, RheemManufacturing, NASA, Toyoto Motor Corporation, Aisin Group, Siemens and Motorola. Sconce has a proven track record of customer satisfaction and successful project implementation including several extremely complex projects.
Quid is located in San Francisco, with investors from the U.S., Korea, Singapore, the U.K, and Switzerland. The company has built a software product that augments human intelligence, transforming complex global information into actionable insight that helps companies and governments make more informed decisions.Latest from the blog: [Venturebeat] Quid makes million-dollar maps of technology’s past, present… and future »
Infocomm Investments, Atomico Ventures, SV Angels, Founders Fund and others invest $10 million in Quid »
Game Ventures makes the world’s best sports games for social platforms like Facebook. Started in 2009 in Singapore, the company has 40 people across two studios at its HQ as well as in Karachi. Howzat Cricket, launched on Facebook in April, 2011 has 350,000 active users in open beta. Our newest game, Homerun Heroes, will take the same experience to baseball fans. Our games are played in every country of the world and have been enjoyed by millions of users. And we’re only getting started.
Twilio is reinventing telecom by merging the worlds of cloud computing, web services and telecommunications. Twilio hosts a telephony infrastructure web service in the cloud, allowing web programmers to integrate phone calls and SMS messages into their applications. Twilio’s simple, powerful API minimizes the learning curve required to build advanced, reliable communications applications, and its pay-as-you-go pricing model means customers pay for capacity only when they need it, not before. The company was founded in 2008, and is based in San Francisco, California.
Mobilewalla is the neutral data destination for consumers and the mobile industry insiders seeking insights into the app market.
For consumers, Mobilewalla independently rates and ranks applications for the Android, Apple iOS, Blackberry and Windows Phone platforms.
For industry insiders, including developers, analysts, advertisers and journalists, Mobilewalla Analytics tracks public ranks, social media sentiments for every app on the Apple iOS and the Android platforms. It helps to track and analyze the sales information as part of the private information. Read more:
Gengo is the platform for global companies. A powerful API lets enterprise customers integrate professional-quality translation into their application, making it easy to build multi-language services. Gengo’s simple website also allows individuals and SMBs to order individual translations in a matter of seconds. Over 7,500 qualified translators work on jobs through the Gengo platform, in all timezones. This scale means Gengo can return simple translations in a matter of minutes, in 33 languages and at a quality level suited to each customer. Gengo’s platform takes care of quality control, job allocation and translation review. This means companies can focus on their business, while Gengo empowers them to go global. Gengo was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Tokyo.
Headquartered in Singapore, Reebonz is Asia’s favourite destination for luxury brands at easily affordable prices. The Reebonz (pronounced ‘ribbons’) concept involves short-duration, online private sales events, which are exclusively, open to members only. Registration to Reebonz is free. Sales events involve both women’s and men’s brands and are modelled around the concept of ‘accessible luxury’. Members enjoy huge discounts on a wide range of high-quality branded products, with new names being continually added to inventory. Even receiving a package from Reebonz is a special experience since items are attractively gift-wrapped to enhance the retail experience.
Reebonz is available as iPhone and iPad applications that allow members to view all current and upcoming sale events on Reebonz.com and conveniently browse and purchase products on offer.
Launched by Singaporean entrepreneurs Samuel Lim, Daniel Lim and Benjamin Han, Reebonz has since set up regional offices in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, Shanghai, and Korea as well as distribution channels to further assist company expansion across the Asia Pacific region.
Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, DataXu provides the only cross-channel Demand Side Platform for online, mobile, and video advertisers. This powerful technology increases digital campaign performance, improves operational efficiencies and delivers unique consumer insights to advertisers. DataXu’s executive team unites leading executives in digital media with MIT technologists. The private company is backed by Atlas Venture, Flybridge Capital Partners and Menlo Ventures.
Data Security Systems Solutions [Acquired by Gemalto]