Start-ups are a harbinger of the ideas that will one day dominate the fields of business. The ones that survive the initial feasibility phases have the potential to change the world, in small and grand ways. Last week we get to see two such start-ups at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities. Two new research tools that have the potential to make the process of scholastics more accessible.
The reign of the start-up continues. These are the stories of Waterloo Innovations and MetricWire.
Waterloo Innovations: A little startup with a lot of heart!
Do you take lots of pictures? Do you wish that the process of organizing document analysis was less labour intensive?
Daniel Heidt, a co-founder of the start-up Waterloo Innovations has big aspirations for his company’s productivity software called Confero. Though Waterloo Innovations is just over a year old the ideas and programming behind...