eWorld Enterprise Solutions, Inc.

eWorld Enterprise Solutions, Inc.

“eWorld Enterprise Solutions, Inc. (eWorldES) is a local company that was founded in 1999. We specialize in full life-cycle application development, management and information management consulting. Our consulting staff consists of over 35 professionals who have skills in J2EE and .Net technologies and are certified in IBM and Microsoft products. A majority of our projects are with the State of Hawaii, supporting many of their key departments.” (Read the whole profile)

Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC

Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC

“We specialize in self-funded eGovernment. That means we typically get no up-front money from the State or County to develop, maintain, and host our applications. Instead, our software is funded by transaction fees. $1 here, $3 there, and the fee is based on the value of the service and the volume that we have. We are also proud to be selected as one of Hawaii’s Best Places to Work for the second year in a row.” (Read the whole profile)

High Technology Development Corporation

High Technology Development Corporation

“Governor Ariyoshi had a vision for Hawaii, and it included a bustling technology sector that enriched our community and commercial activities. The agency was designed to be governed by a governor-appointed board whose members were tapped from the private sector, sitting side by side with key government ex-officio positions.” (Read the whole profile)

Ikayzo, Inc.

Ikayzo, Inc.

“Ikayzo is a creative agency married to a software development firm. By building a team of world class designers, Ph.D. computer scientists and software engineers under the same roof, we are able to deliver applications for customers ranging from the world’s largest banks to the eCommerce giants of Japan. You will find Ikayzo’s designs and software on trading floors, eCommerce sites, social networks, phones, tablets and kiosks.” (Read the whole profile)

parWInr, Inc.

parWInr, Inc.

“parWinr, Inc. is an IT start-up based in Honolulu with unique technology that integrates Internet video and interactive games. Our technology can be applied to education, advertising, and marketing worldwide, whether on the web, mobile, or Smart TV. I first conceived the idea of combining video and online games more than a decade ago, and watched as the Internet has caught up to the technology.” (Read the whole profile)

Referentia Systems, Inc.

Referentia Systems, Inc.

“Referentia Systems Incorporated provides cybersecurity technologies and solutions for the federal government, the Department of Defense (DoD) and other organizations. We are an applied R&D company dedicated to addressing critical cybersecurity concerns threatening IT modernization. The company has received numerous awards and has a CMMI Level 3 certification. The Referentia Cyber Collaboration Center in Honolulu provides an operational testbed for developing cybersecurity solutions for our national defense and the smart grid.” (Read the whole profile)

Sprout, Inc.

Sprout, Inc.

“Sprout got its start in Hawai’i in 2005 when co-founders Carnet Williams, Kevin Hughes, Olin Lagon, and Song Choi started ChipIn, an online fundraising website. The technology behind ChipIn’s “fundraising widgets” evolved into Sprout, allowing anyone to build customized Flash widgets. With a shift to focusing on mobile devices, the Sprout platform now enables designers to easily create interactive HTML5 advertisements without writing code. In 2011, Sprout was acquired by InMobi, the world’s largest independent mobile ad network.” (Read the whole profile)

SwitchFly, Inc.

SwitchFly, Inc.

"Switchfly’s software platform focuses on travel and loyalty programs and provides services for customer segmentation, pricing, and preferred suppliers. We work in independent, cross-functional agile teams all synchronized by a shared release train. Switchfly uses open-source and commercial software technologies including HTML, CSS, Twitter Bootstrap, JavaScript (jQuery, EmberJS, HandleBars), Bower, Freemarker, Java, Spring MVC, Ruby, Tomcat, Couchbase, Postgres, and CentOS Linux." (Read the whole profile)