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SHzoom CEO Ingrid Cook Judges AI Competition at Carnegie Mellon University
SHzoom CEO Ingrid Cook serves as a judge for Capstone AI Competition at Carnegie Mellon University in May 2021.
SHzoom Invited to Explore Business Opportunities in the UK
SHzoom joined a group of Pittsburgh tech companies for a visit to UK sponsored by Pittsburgh Technology Council, the Department of International Trade for the U.K. and British Airways.
SHzoom Nominated for Pittsburgh Tech 50 “Startup of the Year” Award
It was an honor for SHzoom to be recognized along side some of the greatest tech companies around. Special thanks for the Pittsburgh Technology Council and all the awesome finalists and sponsors!
Tech Council Announces Tech 50 Finalists
The Pittsburgh Technology Council announced its annual Tech 50 finalists Wednesday, amongst which is Tech Startup SHzoom.
RingCentral National Small Business Week Contest Entrant Videos
SHzoom CEO and Founder Ingrid Cook talks about how RingCentral has helped with company and clientele meetings.
SHzoom Records Another Landmark Achievement with the Launch of Fleet Accident Management System
Leading provider of innovative, technology-driven automotive solutions unveils SHzoom Fleet Accident Management System at NAFA 2019 Conference.
SHzoom Invited to Google’s Secret “X Lab”
Home to many of the brightest people in tech solving the world’s biggest problems and making the seemingly impossible, possible.
‘Maybe we were trying to be something we aren’t.’ Pittsburgh’s Tech Community Weighs in on Amazon HQ2 Loss
On Tuesday morning it was announced that Pittsburgh has lost the bid for Amazon’s second headquarters to the relief of startups in the area. Tech startup SHzoom’s CEO and Founder Ingrid Cook comments on the issue.
Federal Circuit Denies SHzoom’s Bid to Make Trading Technologies Decision Precedential, But the Case is Still Good Law
On April 12th, the Federal Circuit, in a per curiam order, denied SHzoom’s motion to make the Trading Technologies opinion precedential. The case is noteworthy because it is the first true “business method” patent that the Federal Circuit has upheld.