Workstyle

Workstyle

Workstyle is a personality platform that empowers your employees, teams, and entire organization to identify and remove the personality barriers that prevent your business from reaching its full potential.

Conceivable

Conceivable

Conceivable is the first modern fertility program that radically increases a woman’s natural ability to get and stay pregnant. The mobile application experience collects and tracks patient health and infertility metrics, reports progress, and gives automated, personalized wellness recommendations.  

AlertTech

AlertTech

When AlertTech met Thinktiv in 2013, they were already established as the leading provider of smart call-button technology for apparel retail fitting rooms, with solutions deployed in over 30,000 fitting rooms inside 20+ major apparel retail store networks.  

Attivio

Attivio

Thinktiv acted as a strategic partner to Attivio over a multi-year period, as they grew from an innovative startup to an established leader in the enterprise search market, backed by over $70 million of institutional investment capital.

Bloodbuy

Bloodbuy

Bloodbuy engaged Thinktiv as a turnkey commercialization partner and strategic advisor, to launch the first and only marketplace capable of transforming the supply chain for blood products within the U.S. 

BP3

BP3

By early 2012, BP3 had built a leading techincal and strategy services firm focused on deploying large-scale implementations of IBM’s Business Process Management (BPM) software platform. 

Burst

Burst

Thinktiv partnered with Burst to launch an innovative, secure, video-sharing platform focused initially on families.  Thinktiv designed, built, and delivered an innovative mobile application that gave consumers the ability to smartly share life’s moments.  

CopperEgg

CopperEgg

Thinktiv first partnered with CopperEgg – a leading provider of SaaS solutions for monitoring cloud infrastructure – shortly after they received institutional seed capital.  The company’s founding team was comprised of strong technologists, but lacked marketing expertise.