Responsive Technology Partners
Offers security services to businesses.
When the pandemic hit, Responsive Technology contacted all its customers and offered free, secure remote access through its support tools. The company offered a similar service to the chambers of commerce in each market it serves, along with their members, regardless of whether they were customers. In the past year, Responsive Technology raised funds for its local youth mountain bike program, provided free or discounted IT services to nonprofits, and raised more than $10,000 to get kids on bikes.
Fills IT roles and advises clients on business technology.
PamTen is tackling the gender gap in tech with its SheTek project. This global nonprofit organization aims to encourage and empower women to take up careers in the technology industry through training, mentorship, and networking. PamTen also created a nonprofit called SOFKIN in Hyderabad, India, that provides children in need with a nurturing home. Children use SheTek’s resources to develop communication skills and increase their knowledge of business and technology.
Helps clients digitize their business.
Supports clients and communities with workforce transformation and management consulting.
Keyot has actively helped women build their STEM careers. It has grown its business and charitable programs to include underserved communities. As part of these programs and partnerships, Keyot has hired, trained, and launched 95 college graduates into their first professional roles this year despite the economic downturn, and has provided meals to children and families in need through a partnership with the Minnesota child hunger organization Every Meal.
Uses AI to streamline the process of buying insurance on a large scale.
A registered public-benefit corporation, Lemonade is the first company to use A.I. to streamline insurance buying on a large scale. The company's platform allows customers to customize insurance policies and expedites the process of filing claims. Lemonade built a giveback mechanism into its premium payments. Once a year, the company donates up to 40 percent of money not used for claims to a charity chosen by users.