Meet Austin Top Rising Startups

Austin Wondering what city to start a startup? Then Austin might just be it. Most startups resident here records tremendous growth and success in a short period of time, thanks to a thriving ecosystem of angel investors, venture capitalists, community support and the unrelenting and dogged determination of its ecosystem players.

With VCs such as Austin Ventures, S3 Ventures, Micro ventures and a few other firms willing to help you scale your idea, coupled with additional support from over 10 incubators and accelerators like Capital factory and the Austin technology Incubator, it’s indisputable that Austin is one of the best cities to locate your startup.


The city also hosts a number of tech and startup meetups such as the Austin Lean Startup Circle and Austin Tech Happy Hour; it really is every founder’s dream and it shouldn’t be terribly difficult raising funds for your business.

This is why we are bringing to you in no particular order, a number of startups that have leveraged on the resources and opportunities present in the Austin startup ecosystem to come up with innovative solutions that are helping to shape the world.


Ordoro handles the task of integrating all orders from different e-commerce platforms like Shopify, Amazon, and 3DCart (just to name a few) and  presents them in one simple easy-to-use format.  The company has come up with a very user-friendly web-app that helps business owners manage orders, track inventory, manages your contacts, prints shipping labels and contacts the relevant courier service for pickup. They Early this year, they struck a partnership deal with TPSynergy; a marriage that has birthed the platform’s ability to integrate with EDI Systems.

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Atlas Wearables

There are fitness trackers in the market today that are capable of quantifying a user’s movements when swimming, jogging or running but Atlas has taken this one-step further by creating a tracker that is capable of monitoring all the exercises you do like sit-ups, squats etc

It monitors your heart rates and suggests exercises you should be doing. With a myriad of sensors and advanced algorithms, the Atlas wristband is poised to ensure you are not slacking off at the gym.


Patient IO is a software that not only helps doctors monitor their patients’ health, it also gets the patients more involved in their care plan,by helping them keep track of their medications and its effects, reminds them of clinical visits and alerts the medical team of any changes in the patient’s health.

Recently, their parent company, Filament lab was acquired by AthenaHealth – a giant in the provision of network-enabled services and mobile apps for the health sector.


Infochimps is a Big Data servicing company that helps make companies smarter and more efficient by taking away the complex task of building and managing Big Data environments and provides them with the insights they require through a more effective and streamlined process.

The company had succeeded in raising about $2.6 million in VC funding just before they were acquired in 2013 by CSC – one of the world’s largest defense contractors.

Infochimps just recently launched the Big Data Platform-as-a-Service solution for companies.

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This company is making a name for itself in the asset monitoring and protection circles. They are using sensors and smart locks to help transportation companies prevent against fuel cargo theft. These sensors are able to detect at what time and at what exact locations the thefts are taking place.

To boost product development and expand sales, the startup was able to secure $4.4million in VC funds back in 2014 and since then everything seems to be on the up and up for the security company,


The startup is holding its own in the e-commerce industry by helping owners get rid of items they no longer need. They have got an app that helps you sell your item or locates a charity to give it to.

The company goes one step further by sending you a box to package the item, sends you different quotes for your item and does all the calculations involved in shipping off the item. All the seller has to do is upload the picture of the item he wants to do away with .