Featured on tampabay.com: Florida-Israel Business Accelerator brings four more tech companies to TampaBy Richard Danielson May 7, 2018 One makes a small, high-definition screen you can wear on a necklace or hat to express yourself through images, messages or GIFs. Another uses military-grade encryption to allow law enforcement officers to communicate securely over off-the-shelf smart phones and devices. A third created an “interview simulation engine” that employs predictive analytics to screen job applicants. The fourth has software for retailers to track inventory, prevent stores from running out of stock and facilitate filling online orders. These four companies — Say, GlobeKeeper, Intervyo and WiseShelf — head from Israel to Tampa starting this week to work on expanding into the U.S. market through the Florida-Israel Business Accelerator (FIBA). Click Here to read this article in its entirety.
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