Edmonton technology start-up LoginRadius receives contribution from the Industrial Research Assistance Program to continue developing business-focused, online social platforms for the future.
City, State, Country., June 27, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -LoginRadius, the leading social login and sharing provider, announced today that it has received up to $225,000 in funding from the National Research Council of Canada’s Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP).
The funding is awarded to support the development of innovative, technology-driven products and services.
“Innovation is the heart of what we do at LoginRadius. We have been continually investing resources into product innovation to deliver the best social experience on the web for our clients,” said Deepak Gupta, CTO and co-founder of LoginRadius.
“In addition to advisory services and technological expertise, the funding provided by NRC-IRAP will be a great asset for us to continue to innovate our product offering and engineer new features.”
LoginRadius provides a range of services including social login and sharing capabilities that allow businesses to better track and engage with their users via networking sites.
“We are particularly pleased to be considered by NRC-IRAP as an innovative company. Our ultimate goal is to become a global market leader in the next generation of social media,” said Gupta.
LoginRadius powers social on more than 120,000 websites and mobile applications worldwide.
Currently, LoginRadius’ software can collect and collate information from 30 major social platforms including Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.
NRC-IRAP support will be a major boost for LoginRadius in terms of revenue growth, product expansion, and continuous innovation.