The Kansas City Business Journal recently featured a Liberty startup with an unusual background.
Jess Phillips is CEO and co-founder of Liberty-based tech startup Hyprcubd. Previously a psychotherapist, Phillips is finding plenty of ways to apply her key skills like problem solving, according to Journal staff writer Leslie Collins.
Hyprcubd is also based on a problem that Phillips confronted: finding a high-quality GPS tracking device for protecting her children and others. Like many entrepreneurs, she turned the obstacle into an opportunity.
According to their website, Hyprcubd is an IoT (internet of things) platform that serves as a one-stop integrated solution. Replacing the need for multiple tools, it helps companies bring their devices to the cloud faster for less. These tools include devices for smart surveillance, automated transportation, smart energy management systems, water distribution, urban security and environmental monitoring. A home-based comparison would be a system to coordinate Amazon’s Alexis with an alarm system and more.
For more information, you can see the full article (subscriber only) in the Business Journal.