Investors navigated the halls. Luminaries such as LinkedIn’s Reid Hoffman and SoftTech’s Jeff Clavier took the stage.
Demo Fall 2011 was in full swing yesterday. What stood out at the tech conference was an eclectic assortment of startups that varied from the sublime to the silly. Several of the most appealing enterprise-focused companies seemed poised to attract considerable interest. Several developing consumer technologies did not.
Here are some from both sides of the aisle:
Among those destined to draw attention was Fluxx of San Francisco. The company hopes to develop an online dashboard where businesses can integrate information from key internal systems and better manage their operations.
Fluxx argues the product’s value is its ability to put the data in one, easily accessible place. Already the company sells a cloud-based dashboard product to half a dozen non-profit foundations, for which it expects $1 million in revenue this year.