American Bank Systems, Inc., which is headquartered in Oklahoma, offers document management and compliance software for use in the financial services industry. It purportedly says that the company “is serving more than 350 banks, credit unions and other financial institutions in 35 states—and counting.”
SolarWinds Corporation provides software that help businesses and government entities manage their networks, systems, and information technology infrastructure.
ArbiterSports, LLC is a software company that facilitates sporting events for sports leagues, high schools, and colleges. Among other things, it assigns officials and event workers and pay them afterwards.
Bumble Trading, Inc. develops applications, most prominently an online dating app to help users meet new people for dating and friendship.
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. is a communications technology firm that provides teleconferencing and business meeting software.
Mindbody, Inc. is a software-as-a-service company that offers cloud-based scheduling for fitness, beauty, and other wellness services.
Codefied, Inc., which does business as Housecall Pro, creates application software, including software to search for appliances, carpet cleaners, electricians, painters, plumbers, security companies, and other services.
iHOUSEweb, Inc. provides websites and website designs for realtors.
Claris International, Inc. originated as a software spin-off from Apple Computer. It owns and licenses the software programs FileMaker and FileMaker Pro.
Arctic Sentinel, Inc., formerly known as Fuhu, Inc., develops Internet applications and children’s tablets. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2015.