|Founder 👔||Saravana “Pat” Bhava|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
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The company helps the parents and teachers keep track of the kids, during and after the pickup time. The application double verifies the parent’s identity by first checking the phone’s GPS location against the provided cell phone number and then by verifying the number matches with the phone number provided in the school files. When the parent comes near the child’s school, the app automatically sends a message to the school about parents arrival for pick up, reducing traffic and chaos.
The company signed a partnership of $115,000 with Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority (TBARTA) in 2017.
The company raised $1 million in the initial six months since the launch and has raised $2.2 million in funding from Florida Funders and DreamIt Accelerator. Student Innovation Incubator(SII) funds and assists the company.
The company is recognized as the “10 Best Startups to work for in Tampa” by the career site Zippia.
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