As the holiday season approaches, here are a few great gift ideas from companies Platformonomics has the privilege of working with:
Land Care Robot (Directed Machines)
Want to one-up Elon Musk for the holidays? Sure, his new Cybertruck can pull an F-150 truck, but so can your Land Care Robot. What’s more, the Land Care Robot is solar powered, autonomously tackles a wide range of tasks in your yard or small farm, and doesn’t have any breakable windows.
Enterprise NAS I/O Visibility (atsu.io)
What to get that hard-to-shop-for high performance computing or devops manager in your life? atsu.io’s real-time I/O insights lets them anticipate problems and simplify resource allocation. Save time and money like never before — the perfect addition to every rendering farm or financial quant cluster!
Experience Something New Together (Mystery)
Need special plans for New Year’s Eve (or any date night)? Mystery sends you on an adventure to restaurants, bars, and experiences you’ll love in Seattle. The best part? You won’t know where you’re going until you get there. Get $20 off your first Mystery. (presently only available in Seattle)
Multi-cloud Optionality (Upbound.io)
Disappointed about the lack of multi-cloud at AWS re:Invent this year and hoping to get your fix over the break? Upbound.io lets you run, scale and optimize your services across multiple public and private cloud environments.
An Online Universe (Rec Room)
Rather spend time with friends from the Metaverse than your relatives this holiday season? Rec Room gives you over a million rooms in which to play, create and make friends. Free for PC, consoles, VR and now iOS.
Accounting Cycle Efficiency (Lockstep)
It shouldn’t take twelve or more days of Christmas to process invoices, approvals, disputes, inquiries and collections. Speed up your accounts receivable and payable and wish your accounting department both peace on earth and peace of mind with Lockstep.
A Better Way to Ride (Shared Technologies)
Have holiday errands to complete in Portland? Scoot through town on a scooter from Shared, the company that asks “what would Bird or Uber do?” and then does the opposite. (presently only available in Portland)
Data Science and Machine Learning Workflow Automation (Algorithmia)
Know anyone who might find themselves training a machine learning model on Christmas morning? Don’t take any chances and ensure they’re ready to go into production and scale it with Algorithmia’s AI Layer.