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3 Ways Eric Pulier Is Changing The Tech Industry

January 8, 2017 - Author: steph

Breaking New Ground In Tech

From the 4th grade onward, Pulier has written programs. Naturally, someone with that sort of prodigious talent will produce some ground breaking innovation. Regardless of where you look, Pulier has had some hand in just about every single category of software. He has produced social networks, APIs, remote desktop software, and practically anything else you would need or want in software. That success has enabled Pulier to collect a massive fortunes thanks to the millions, and in some cases hundreds of millions, of dollars the companies he sells tend to sell for after he’s laid the groundwork for them.

Giving Back To The World

Far from a scrooge, Eric Pulier uses his fortune and genius to help others in need. When the Starbright Foundation wanted to give chronically ill children a way to connect to each other, they got in touch with Eric Pulier. Ultimately, he came through for them with the creation of the Starbright World. As the first private social network, the Starbright World made it possible for children in more 70 hospitals to reach out to each other and socialize. Keep in mind this happened in the 90s before the likes of Facebook and Twitter. Even within the lives of ordinary people, there simply wasn’t anything similar to what Starbright World did.

Leading The Charge On Progress

With a career spanning more than 2 decades, Eric Pulier is one of the leading engineers in the tech industry. He has produced countless innovations and created some of the most important companies in software today. Despite the years of experience behind him, Pulier never tires of bringing new innovation to the table. In fact, he produces at least one patent every single year. Outside of his work life, Pulier is a family man focused on spending time with his 4 children. To give his children the best world possible, Pulier devotes himself to solving the world’s problems. He is an active member of the Clinton Global Iniative and uses his platform to tackle the most important issues of our time.

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Slyce Inc Is Slicing Its Way Into Mobile Application Technology

September 21, 2015 - Author: steph

Slyce Inc is a company that specializes in image recognition and search technology, and it’s based out of Toronto, Canada. The visual recognition technology that the company specializes in was first launched in the beginning of 2013. The visual search portion that Slyce specializes in caters to consumers, and it allows for the identification of products on just pictures, and the picture allows consumers to search for an item using an application on a smartphone. In order for the visual search technology of the company to be successful, Slyce has been able to forge business relationships with six top United States retailers to juice up the use of its mobile application. Slyce has achieved enough success to be traded publicly on TSX Venture Exchange which is stock exchange based in Canada that does all of its trading electronically so there is no trading floor headquarters.

Slyce was born out of a business consulting firm that was founded by Erika Racicort and Cameron Chell in the start of 2012, and Slyce was founded by Erika and Cameron as well. Originally, the company had its headquarters in Calgary, Alberta, but then it later moved its main offices to Toronto, Ontario. Slyce also has additional satellite offices in Nova Scotia, New Waterford and its United States office in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

In February 2013 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, the company officially launched its visual recognition and search technology for retail products on smartphone applications. Between the launch of the the visual search technology and the end of 2013, the company was able to raise approximately $6 million. It was also able to acquire a visual search technology startup company called, and that helped expand its operations.

Through the acquisition of the visual search startup company and Series A funding, Slyce was growing nicely, and the company had raised close to $11 million in early 2014. Further into the year, the company was able to add another acquisition to its business history when it bought a company called Buycode which was based out of Tel Aviv, Israel. Buycode was a mobile application development company, and Slyce needed it to help grow its Pounce retail shopping application. The company kept growing by acquiring yet another company based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota that specialized in application development called Drivetrain Agency. Through these acquisitions of smaller tech companies, Slyce was able to add two key people to its team. Dan Grigsby, the former CEO of Drivetrain, joined Slyce in the capacity of chief technology officer, and Buycode’s CEO, Avital Yachin filled the new position of chief product officer. There are high expectation of Slyce in the tech community that Slyce will likely deliver on.

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Slyce Leads The Competition In Visual Search And Recognition

September 4, 2015 - Author: steph

Visual search and image recognition technology is becoming the wave of the future. Cusumers using this particular technology can use their cell phones to point to a product in a store and the application will immediately recognize the product and bring up a similar product for price comparison. Amazon Flow uses this technology to link consumers to products on Amazon. If Amazon offers a lower price, the customer then has the option of doing business with Amazon instead of the store in which the product was found. Customers find that they can save a lot of money by using this technology.

Slyce is a company that uses similar technology. The company is based in Toronto, but does the bulk of its business in the United States. Slyce seeks to use its funding to be superior to Amazon Flow. In order for Amazon Flow to be used effectively, the product being scanned on the smartphone has to be in its original packaging. Slyce does not require the product to be in its original packaging before it brings the product up for price comparison. This means that you can take a picture of a toaster in your house, a shirt that a friend has on, or any other product, and Slyce will bring up the product and how much it costs with the appropriate online retailer. The technology gets very specific, even identifying small things such as the number of buttons on a shirt and what color the product is in order to give the best possible match for consumers. This gives Slyce a competitive edge and is more convenient for potential customers.

Slyce will also be used by retailers to gather data based on the types of pictures that are being taken by smartphones. Even if a consumer does not purchase a particular product from that retailer, if the consumer takes a picture, that picture can be used by retailers to see which types of products are popular with consumers. This data will then be used for marketing purposes.

Slyce is without a doubt an awesome company with excellent technology, regardless of if you are a consumer or a retailer. It serves consumers by giving them the option to take a picture of a particular product and match them with a similar product which can be purchased online for a cheaper price. It serves retailers by matching them with customers they might not have gotten otherwise and at the same time gives them valuable information they can use for future marketing. This makes Slyce unique and miles ahead of the competition.

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