AerialSphere Named Top Startup by The Tech Tribune
AerialSphere announced today that it has been named a top startup in Phoenix by the Tech Tribune.
The Tech Tribune is focused on delivering technology news, articles, and insights on the best tech startups globally. To compile the list of “10 Best Tech Startups in Phoenix,” The Tech Tribune staff looked at the following factors: revenue potential, leadership team, brand/product traction, and competitive landscape. The publication also required that all of the qualifying companies be independent, privately owned, less than 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding.
The announcement comes on the heels of AerialSphere’s release of the XP360 platform, which enables users to create their own immersive experiences through the powerful web application, or integrate the impactful technology into their own platform via the flexible and intuitive XP360 API.
“We’re proud to be included in this top-10 list from The Tech Tribune, alongside other great tech startups in Phoenix. Being a part of the emergence of tech in Phoenix is exciting and making it onto a list of the top tech startups here just reaffirms that we are disrupting the mapping space through our immersive aerial experiences. Our amazing team, and of course our loyal customers are what got us to where we are today and we’re enthusiastic about what our future brings.” said Ryan Schaefer, Chief Revenue Officer at AerialSphere.
The Tech Tribune Top Startup List can be seen here: http://thetechtribune.com/10-best-tech-startups-in-phoenix/