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post: How to Do a 30 Second “Elevator Pitch” when Everything Your Company Does is CONFIDENTIAL

Businesses are often faced with the challenge of doing a concise value proposition, commonly referred to as the “elevator pitch”.  This is especially true for start-ups!  Fairly often for companies who deal with highly confidential technologies and market data, even the basic value proposition has to remain somewhat veiled because disclosure can compromise the integrity […]

post: Pot banking regtech is ready for its moment

By Nathan DiCamillo For startups developing regulation technology for financial institutions that do business with marijuana firms, there’s one clear upside to the fact that medical marijuana remains illegal under federal law. “We don’t have the traditional pressures from the large scale tech players because they don’t come in and play,” said Adam Crabtree, founder […]

post: NCS Chosen To Participate In Esri Startup Program

Denver, July 23, 2018–NCS Analytics, Inc., the leader in high risk analytics and monitoring for regulatory agencies and financial institutions, is partnering with Esri, the global leader in location intelligence, as an Emerging Business Partner in their Startup Program. The partnership will allow NCS to use ArcGIS software to further study the geospatial and societal […]

post: People Lie, but Data Does Not

If there’s one thing that drives me nuts about parenting, it’s lies. Me: Who left one spoonful of ice cream in the container? Kids: Wasn’t me Me: Who was using my tablet? I know I wasn’t playing Fortnite. Kids: Wasn’t me Me: Where did you get all those packets of sugar that are now empty […]

post: Nationwide Compliance Specialists Becomes NCS Analytics

Changes are Effective July 1, 2018 Denver, July 11, 2018–Nationwide Compliance Specialists, Inc., the leader in high risk analytics and monitoring for financial institutions and regulatory agencies is announcing an immediate name change to NCS Analytics, Inc. The name change reflects the company’s new emphasis on analytics and research into the financial components of high-risk […]

post: Founder’s Corner: What’s in a Name?

What’s in a name? Over 400 years ago, William Shakespeare posed this question in his romantic tragedy, “Romeo and Juliet.”  He followed up that question with the proclamation that a rose, by any other name, would still, in fact, smell the exact same. I’m paraphrasing, of course.  “But Adam,” you might be asking yourself, “what […]