ActivePath wins Boston best demo!

TechAviv MA’ers were in their best form for an excellent 2010 wrap-up meetup in December at MIT. We had three very different (consumer shopping, physical security, and enterprise software) and very cool startups demo their products and as usual the dialogue was crisp and direct (“Israeli style”).

Kudos to Renan Levy, CEO of ActivePath for taking home the best demo of the night award. ActivePath’s innovative and exciting technology breaks new ground in the messaging space. With ActivePath – companies can send ActiveMail messages, to their customers’ desktops, facebook accounts, or mobile devices, and offer the option to act and transact right from the body of the email. ActivePath has focused on unique offerings to the Financial industry. Its patented technology  transforms the email and messaging channel into actionable and secure, 2 way communication (instead of taking you to a website URL). It enables banks, credit card companies, brokerage firms and others to proactively send actionable alerts that offer products and services to its customers who can act on it immediately from their inbox.

This new spin on an age old medium (email) is a sight to behold, very cool stuff that I am sure is going to make waves in more than one industry.

The company was founded in 2007 with headquarters in Petach Tiqva and offices in NYC and Boston.

ActivePath is always looking for talented individuals, experience in client developments and product management in the banking industry is a plus…

Congratulations and best of luck in 2011 to Renan and the ActivePath team!

Categories: Startups

2 Comments on “ActivePath wins Boston best demo!”

  1. January 8, 2011 at 7:06 am #

    Oh oh, I feel a new NY-BOS rivalry starting to heat up.

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