Founded Year

2011

Stage

Series B | Alive

Total Raised

$53.92M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$50M | 5 mos ago

About StrongArm Technologies

StrongArm Technologies offers a platform that captures, analyzes, and delivers insights that drive worker safety and enterprise value. StrongArm Technologies also develops, manufactures and deploys industrial safety equipment utilizing smart sensors and machine learning.

StrongArm Technologies Headquarter Location

19 Morris Avenue B20

Brooklyn, New York, 11205,

United States

732-838-4384

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P&C insurers can use worker wearables to better understand the risks workers face on a daily basis. These devices can detect incidents in real time and even warn workers when they are in a risky situation to prevent potential incidents. Wearables come in a range of forms — from smart watches and bands to more worker-specific wearables like smart hard hats and safety vests.

StrongArm Technologies named as Outperformer among 6 other companies, including GuardHat, Kinetic, and Triax Technologies.

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StrongArm Technologies's Products & Differentiation

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  • FUSE Risk Management Platform

    Wearable technology platform that consists of wearable sensors, smart dock, and analytic platform. The sensors collect data and provide real time feedback to the user to impact their behavior. The Smart dock manages charging, uploading, and direct to user messaging, and the analytics platform provides easily digestible risk data to the client managers to drive change and improve behavior.

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    Our platform differentiates from all other IoT platforms because it is designed for the end user. In one seamless check out process athletes can view their statistics and receive real time alerts th… 

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StrongArm Technologies Patents

StrongArm Technologies has filed 9 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

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  • Embedded systems
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Computer memory, Computer storage devices, Wireless networking, Computer buses, Machine learning

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Latest StrongArm Technologies News

Ready For A New Role? These 13 NYC Companies Are Hiring

May 31, 2022

Don’t sleep on the city that never does. These 13 NYC companies boast exciting projects, perks galore and more. Written by Robert Schaulis May 31, 2022Updated: May 31, 2022 The chance to work on big bold projects? A mission-driven approach? Perks to end all perks? There are a number of factors that candidates weigh when considering a career change. Jobseekers have updated their resumes, scoured job listings and secured unimpeachable references. So what can they expect in return for their efforts? While monetary compensation is, well, just that — howling “that’s what the money is for” like Don Draper is probably even less likely to help companies attract and retain talent now than it was in the 1960s. Thankfully, prospective employees these days can expect more from employers than a stern nod, a Canadian Club whiskey neat and the injunction to count their lucky stars that they’re employed at the Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency in Manhattan. So which are the qualities that set a successful and attractive modern workplace apart? For some, it’s as simple as the people. Hai Yen Duong, senior U.S. partner for marketing tech company Botify , thinks the opportunity to join a remarkable team is the most important selling point a company can make. “I’m genuinely impressed by the people I work with – their intelligence, work ethic and support,” said Duong. “On top of that, they’re so knowledgeable, down to earth and fun to be around. I feel so inspired and lifted by those around me.” For others like Ashley Kiolbasa, senior director product marketing, the ideal workplace may be more about respecting work-life balance. At Signifyd , Kiolbasa has found that a four-day workweek allows for more personal time and greater wellbeing — as well as greater productivity and team cohesion during the week. Built In NYC reached out to 13 hiring companies to learn more about the rewarding work, desirable perks, the star employees and the cultures and policies that make these workplaces stand a cut above the rest. What they do: nate is a fintech company offering a mobile app that allows users to consolidate all of their online shopping into a one private interface. With the nate app, consumers can share shopping lists; buy and gift products and save potential purchases from online retailers. A product that sells itself: “As someone who is admittedly guilty of spending too much time online shopping, I was extremely excited on a personal, consumer level when I first came across the job posting and started learning more about nate,” said Creator Program Marketing Associate Caroline Jones. “The more I learned, the more excited I got about the idea of getting to be a part of the nate team in the early stages and contributing to the building of a business that meets the needs of consumers in a way that’s never been done before.”  A team that is all-in: “I feel that it’s very special and rare to find a job where you love both the work that you do and the people that you work with. After speaking to numerous employees throughout the interview process and hearing the way they spoke about each other and what it was like to work at nate, I felt like I had found a job opportunity that offered both of those things.” Care at the company’s core: “In line with one of the company’s core principals, ‘self care isn’t selfish,’ nate offers its employees a monthly stipend to spend on anything wellness related. This principle is something that resonates with me personally, because I had to learn the hard way that you can’t take care of anyone else until you take care of yourself.” “In many startup environments and workplaces in general, self care often takes the back seat in the face of projects, deadlines, pressure and stress. I truly feel that giving people the encouragement and the resources they need to prioritize self care each month creates a much happier, more enjoyable and higher-performing work environment.”     What they do: Using wearable safety technology, data science and predictive analytics, StrongArm Technologies delivers insights to manage risk and reduce workplace injuries. The company offers a machine learning platform and IoT devices that measure and analyze risk factors of industrial workers on the job to prevent musculoskeletal injuries. Tackling problems at pace: “When I started working on the mobile team, we had a fairly raw product that the mobile team was determined to update and convert to a new platform,” said Vincent Turnier, senior engineer, mobile. “This project was estimated to take about a year. Within six months, we had a brand new application in the field that functioned vastly better and was capable of collecting relevant information from our technology that helped us track potential bugs and undesired behavior.” “I am inspired that, as a team, we’re not afraid to tackle big problems like this, fixing issues quickly and cleanly until we succeed. Plus, we have the flexibility to work on things that matter to us as individuals to advance our careers and the company.” Growing by leaps and bounds: “I’ve been on the mobile team at StrongArm for almost three years now. I joined right after our Series A fundraising, when the team was about 25 people, and I’ve seen us grow tremendously. We’ve now raised our Series B and our technology stack keeps growing and improving. I’ve stayed here because I love that we are innovators at heart and that, when problems arise, we tackle them head on.” A focus on personal development: “The coolest project I’ve worked on recently is an Android application that can live stream data from our safety sensors to our mobile app to the website. It broadcasts that information to a back end, which distributes the data to any websites that are listening for it.” “Projects like this have helped me solidify and improve on a lot of the skills that I’ve developed throughout my career, and I am continuing to develop in areas like code organization, creating reusable pieces of code, practicing clean architecture and so on. Because we all get the opportunity to continue to innovate in our roles, other teams are always interested in what we do.”     What they do: A tech company focused on improving the quality of patients’ healthcare experience, Zocdoc operates an online platform that allows users to book in-person and telemedicine appointments, evaluate their experiences with medical professionals and pair with the appropriate doctors and healthcare professionals for their needs. A mission-based approach: “I’ve spent most of my career in the healthcare space, and it’s important to me to work for a mission-driven company,” said Flora Cheng, senior product manager. “I was initially drawn to Zocdoc’s mission to give power to the patient and to build a better healthcare experience. I have been a Zocdoc user for many years and was excited for the opportunity to directly influence the product.” A lifetime of learning: “Throughout my interview experience, I was increasingly impressed by the product culture and the clear vision the organization has been working toward, which solidified my desire to join the company. In one of my interviews, our VP of product told me that ‘Zocdoc has been a learning organization’ – referencing the company rallying together through any challenges that it’s faced, including business model changes and the Covid-19 pandemic. I was excited by this, and the product-driven culture and clear company vision. I’ve been at Zocdoc for a year now, and I’m still continuously learning!” Diving deeply and sharing broadly: In her role as senior product manager, Cheng is primarily focused on improving patients’ appointment experience and driving reengagement with Zocdoc’s platform. She works in close collaboration with product design, analytics and engineering teams, conducting in-depth analysis and identifying solutions to enhance users’ experiences. “It has been really fun to work on since there are many opportunities and trade-offs to consider. Recently, we launched a series of A/B tests to identify the best ways, small and large, to improve appointment realization. It’s been interesting and rewarding, seeing how our experiments impact booking conversion and appointment realization and conducting tradeoff analysis to drive decisions. Through regularly scheduled business review meetings, I’ve been able to share our learnings with stakeholders and executives. At Zocdoc, I’ve felt empowered to drive product decisions based on analytics and user research.”   What they do: Botify is a SaaS company that offers an end-to-end SEO management solution. A personnel approach: “For me, it’s always the people. When evaluating my next career move, there are several factors I look at: growth opportunities, the company’s trajectory and the product itself,” said Hai Yen Duong, senior U.S. partner manager. “Still, it’s the people who ultimately shape my experience at a company and, therefore, my primary consideration. With Botify, the decision was a no-brainer.” “When my current manager reached out to me about an open opportunity at Botify, I already knew a couple of people from my previous jobs. This gave me a glimpse into the company and its culture from multiple trusted sources. Throughout the interview process, I was blown away by everyone I met. They all seemed to be genuinely happy to be here and excited about the company’s future. I knew it was the right fit for me.” A wave of the wand: “Fast forward a couple of months later, here I am at Botify. The initial magic hasn’t faded but instead magnified. I’m genuinely impressed by the people I work with – their intelligence, work ethic and support. On top of that, they’re so knowledgeable, down to earth and fun to be around. I feel so inspired and lifted by those around me.” A propitious partnership, a supportive structure: Duong is currently working with Botify’s head of partnerships and the company’s account executives on an ongoing project in partnership with Salesforce: “I like this strategic partnership because of its potential to drive significant business value to Botify and all the go-to-market initiatives surrounding it.” “Partnering with a large company such as Salesforce is relatively new to me, so it’s exciting to learn how to navigate the complexities that come with it. That said, it’s encouraging to have so much internal support from the different departments. The sales team is incredibly receptive to partnerships and often involves us in their deals. Currently, many open opportunities are either partner-sourced or partner-influenced – lots in the pipeline from the partnership angle. It’s great to see the work I do and what the partnership team does being impactful to the business in a very tangible way.”

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  • When was StrongArm Technologies founded?

    StrongArm Technologies was founded in 2011.

  • Where is StrongArm Technologies's headquarters?

    StrongArm Technologies's headquarters is located at 19 Morris Avenue, Brooklyn.

  • What is StrongArm Technologies's latest funding round?

    StrongArm Technologies's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did StrongArm Technologies raise?

    StrongArm Technologies raised a total of $53.92M.

  • Who are the investors of StrongArm Technologies?

    Investors of StrongArm Technologies include Drive Capital, Plug and Play Accelerator, I2BF Global Ventures, Activant Capital, Sony Innovation Fund and 7 more.

  • Who are StrongArm Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of StrongArm Technologies include Modjoul and 4 more.

  • What products does StrongArm Technologies offer?

    StrongArm Technologies's products include FUSE Risk Management Platform and 4 more.

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