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Venture Connectors Featured Startup

BroadLoop was invited to present as the featured startup for the Venture Connectors January meeting hosted at the beautiful buying viagra in canada Muhammed Ali Center in Louisville, KY.  Venture connectors was originally formed in 1995 to bring entrepreneurs and investors together in a professional but relaxed forum. After pouring so much energy into the Techstars Accelerator for 3 …

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BroadLoop Completes Prestigious Accelerator Program The Heritage Group Accelerator powered by Techstars received ~150 applications from companies around the world, but only 10 were accepted into their competitive accelerator based in Indianapolis, IN. The program launched in September 2021 and lasted for 13 weeks. Participants received an infusion of capital, workshops focused on scaling their …

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Pros and Cons – Pictures of Paper Tickets

Maybe your state is making Electronic Ticketing (E-Ticketing) viagra prescription online a standard specification. Or maybe you’re just ready to streamline your operation with access to realtime data and ditch the printers. Either way, one idea you might consider is to use smartphone cameras or scanners to capture a digital version of the paper tickets. Pros available technology …

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TDOT Approves BroadLoop as a Qualified E-Ticketing Software Product

NASHVILLE, TN, April 15, 2021 — Following a review by the TDOT E-Ticketing Committee, BroadLoop was approved as a Qualified E-Ticketing Software Product based on its ability to meet all automated delivery requirements as stipulated in the Special Provision 109ETAS. BroadLoop began processing E-Tickets for i-MoveKy, the largest levitra online in canada state-funded project in Kentucky, in May 2020. In response to …

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e-Ticketing – Not Good for the DOT

The Department of Transportation recently announced their support for e-Ticketing in the 6th round of its Every Day Counts (EDC-6) program. And it’s no surprise that COVID-19 has accelerated their desire to require electronic tickets on state-funded projects due to the extra contact involved with handling paper tickets. But e-Ticketing is not just good for the …

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Uberization and the Access Economy: Part 1

Remove Complexity, Lower Costs Ever since Uber deconstructed and rebuilt the taxi industry, the entrepreneurs of the world saw a new template for disruptive technology. Everyone wanted a low-cost solution that could add efficiency to under-utilized human resources around the globe, all enabled by the smart devices found currently on 70% of Americans, as well …

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Nick McRae – 20 People to Know in Technology

Nick McRae was featured in a Business First article focused on highlighting individuals in the Technology industry around the Louisville area. This is a continuation of the article series where Human Resources, Government, Hospitality and Financial Institutions have all been covered previously. We are thrilled to be included and encouraged at the increasing interest in technology, …

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Entrepreneur of the Year

Award Criteria: Majority owner or operator of a small business Three year track record Must be under age 30 before June 1, 2015 Evidence of success in sales/profits Increased employment opportunities Innovative or creative business methods Potential for long-term success Business must be located in Southern Indiana

The Autonomous Arms Race

In a vision of the future once reserved for science fiction, cartoons, and James Bond, the reality of the autonomous vehicle approaches faster than ever.  Since Uber and Alphabet have both decided that self-driving vehicles are a certainty of next-gen travel, they have been neck and neck in the race to build, test, and market …

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