Summer Tech Watch 2024: 8 NYC Companies to Know

The city is heating up, and these tech teams are making waves. Built In NYC is featuring 8 to keep an eye on.

Written by Conlan Carter
Published on Jun. 20, 2024
Summer Tech Watch 2024: 8 NYC Companies to Know
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There’s a sunny optimism to summer in New York.

While locals are off to The Governor’s Ball, Shakespeare in the Park or a day trip on the A train to Rockaway Beach, businesses across the boroughs are heating up with activity.

Joining in on the seasonal festivities, Built In NYC is spotlighting eight companies making a splash this summer with exciting announcements and culture-forward benefits. Sit back, grab a cold refreshing drink and join us as we dive into the deep end of New York’s bubbling tech scene.

 

 

What Bubble does: Bubble offers a visual programming platform that helps customers build and host web applications without the need to code.
 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching and equity option
  • Documented equal pay policy, diversity manifesto and unconscious bias training
  • Unlimited PTO and sabbatical opportunities

 

Supporting women in leadership: As a growing startup, there’s no shortage of growth opportunities for women in tech looking for their next role. In a recent conversation centered around women’s career journeys, Bubble’s Senior Data Manager Elena Dyachkova spoke to Built In NYC about what passions eventually led her to her new team. “My small but mighty team supports all functions — finance, product, marketing and sales,” said Dyachkova.

 

 

What Flatfile does: Flatfile uses AI to help developers build the ideal file import user experience, turning flat files into API-ready data.
 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching, equity option and performance bonuses
  • Remote work program and home-office stipend
  • Unlimited PTO and generous parental leave

 

Putting file power in the hands of customers: In the past year, Flatfile debuted its new Data Exchange Platform — a solution that gives developers functional building blocks like APIs, open source plugins and event streams to solve data exchange issues. Rather than creating a universal tool that would require customization from every customer who uses it, Flatfile’s platform allows users to select the tools they need to address their unique data problems.

 

 

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What Multiverse does: Multiverse is an online career training platform that connects users to apprenticeship opportunities.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching, equity option and performance bonuses
  • Dedicated diversity and and inclusion staff, diversity manifesto and unconscious bias training
  • Generous parental leave and paid volunteer time

 

Nurturing future leaders in-house: Multiverse’s 12-month internal mentorship, sponsorship and coaching program, the Multiverse Leadership Accelerator, is now in its third year of operation. With a goal of cultivating a greater diversity of senior leadership, the program has also impacted the company’s culture, with increased overall employee retention, career development and satisfaction.

 

 

What Templafy does: Templafy is a document generation software company that enables users to create better-performing documents faster through connected content. 

 

The Perks

  • Equity option and performance bonuses
  • Job training and mentorship program
  • Unlimited PTO and generous parental leave

 

New, growth-oriented leadership: Templafy recently brought on a new VP of Customer Success, Jennifer Chittim, to oversee customer success operations across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In a recent conversation with Built In NYC about what excites her about the new role, Chittim shared her desire to create a growth mindset culture on the Templafy team. “I naturally lean more toward a fixed mindset, and I have to actively remind myself to keep a growth mindset, particularly at the start of a new role,” said Chittim.

 

 

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What WireScreen does: WireScreen offers an AI-driven data platform that helps businesses make smarter investment decisions, track supply chains, monitor transitions and respond to evolving global risks.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k) and equity option
  • Hybrid work program
  • Flexible PTO and paid holidays

 

Hiring for growth: WireScreen is currently hiring for a number of mid- to senior-level positions in the New York and Washington, D.C. areas. Leadership roles are available in engineering and product marketing departments, and there are multiple opportunities for engineers of all levels. Additionally, there are account executive openings for sales professionals residing in or around Washington, D.C.

 

 

What Celonis does: Celonis is an end-to-end insights company that uses process mining and AI to help companies reveal and fix inefficiencies and perform at higher levels.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching, equity option and performance bonuses
  • Job training, continuing education stipend and mentorship program
  • Unlimited PTO and paid volunteer time

 

Leading the way in cutting-edge technology: Earlier this year, Garter identified Celonis as a leader in process mining. Using a magic quadrant that measured “completeness of vision” versus “ability to execute,” Celonis was ranked well ahead of many industry peers, earning the company the title of “leader” in the 2024 process mining space.
 

READ MOREWhat Is Process Mining?

 


 

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What GoodRx does: GoodRx is an online healthcare marketplace that provides prescription discounts and telehealth services with a mission to make healthcare more affordable and convenient.

 

The Perks

  • 401(k) matching, equity option and performance bonuses
  • Fitness and mental health benefits
  • Unlimited PTO and generous parental leave

 

A culture of good intentions: As a mission-driven organization, the team culture of GoodRx is grounded in a passion for understanding the needs of users and intentionally aligning on how to address those needs as a team. In a recent feature on Built In NYC, Senior Director of Tech Product Management Gowri Rao Krishnamurthy shared her perspective on GoodRx’s approach to daily work. “It’s very important to me because it isn’t just about how we do things — it’s about why we do them,” said Krishnamurthy.

 

 

What Constrafor does: Constrafor is a fintech company building products for the construction industry, including procurement, contract and transaction management software.
 

The Perks

  • 401(k) and equity option
  • Hybrid work program
  • Unlimited PTO and paid holidays



What roles Constrafor is hiring for right now: Constrafor is hiring for a variety of mid- and senior-level positions for professionals in the New York area. In the last month, roles have opened in talent acquisition, sales, data operations, engineering and growth marketing.

 

 

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