Austin Tech Companies That Use R
List of Austin tech companies using R
Fintech • Real Estate
Amherst is a leading real estate investment and advisory firm with a long track record in helping our clients understand risks and opportunities through data-driven solutions for investing, trading and analysis. We leverage data and quantitative modeling to operate complex vertically integrated businesses.
Spreetail is an ecommerce company dedicated to making customers’ lives better and easier through a high-quality shopping experience; great home, garden, & backyard products; and best-in-class service. Founded in 2006 in Lincoln, Nebraska, Spreetail is proud to now house offices and fulfillment centers in 8 cities and 6 states.
Big Data • Information Technology
Cerity is leveraging predictive modeling, advanced analytics, and a modern tech stack to completely transform the way small businesses purchase & manage workers’ compensation insurance. Headquartered in downtown Austin, our vision is to make protecting small businesses across the country simpler, easier, and faster.
Duo Security is a cloud-based access security provider protecting the world's fastest-growing and largest companies and thousands of organizations worldwide, including Box, Etsy, Facebook, K-Swiss, The Men's Wearhouse, NASA, Palantir, Paramount Pictures, Random House, Toyota, TripAdvisor Twitter, Yelp, Zillow, and more. Duo Security's innovative an
Cloud • Security
SailPoint, the leader in enterprise identity governance, brings the Power of Identity to customers around the world. SailPoint’s open identity platform gives organizations the power to enter new markets, scale their workforces, embrace new technologies, innovate faster and compete on a global basis.
Artificial Intelligence • Machine Learning
New Knowledge is a fast-growing information integrity company on a mission to help our clients understand the internet. We use AI and machine learning to alert brands to potentially damaging online campaigns, and we are revolutionizing the way companies and industries make sense of disinformation, echo chambers, and filter bubbles.