Abraxas Technology Blog
Welcome to our official company blog! Check here regularly for the latest updates in the OOH industry, applications of data analytics, data privacy law, news from the Austin tech startup scene, job openings, and more!
Austin, TX, November 13, 2018: Abraxas Technology, a veteran-owned data analytics startup, is celebrating its one-year anniversary founding this week. Since its launch in November 2017, Abraxas Technology is revolutionizing the out-of-home (OOH) advertising industry with solutions that provide the ability to track real-time impressions and discover which impressions became conversions to ensure stronger ad spend ROI for OOH asset owners and advertisers.
Austin, TX, October 9, 2018: Abraxas Technology, a veteran-owned data analytics startup, was selected by InnoSTARS to go to its finals in the city of Luoyang in China. This morning, CEO and Co-Founder Justin Gilfus presented before major Chinese investors, business leaders, and smart city planners, and met with many of them afterwards to show the value of what Abraxas can offer to China market.
As news stories roll out on a daily basis regarding the changing landscape of data privacy and the world of law governing it, there is much confusion. Businesses push their interests to make money, individual people protest violations of various rights, and politicians straddle the middle, impossibly trying to please everyone. So, we need to take it upon ourselves to understand what is going on and what we can do about it.
With so many other great companies in MassChallenge you know that any time there is a competition, you’re competing against the best startups that the United States has to offer. Therefore, it should not come as a surprise for how honored we feel that Abraxas Technology won the award for the best High Tech Company and also won the award for the best Overall Company at the MassChallenge Texas 2018 Startup Showcase!
Austin, TX, April 3, 2018: Abraxas Technology, a veteran-owned data analytics startup, has closed its initial seed funding at $500,000. The investors include Quake Capital and Geekdom Fund.