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LeaveLogic CEO Anna Steffeney.

LeaveLogic, a startup that’s developing a parental leave management platform, won the $10,000 first place prize at Tuesday’s WTIA Spring First Look Forum.

LeaveLogic provides a central dashboard that helps employees manage their parental leave plans in one place. The company, which is part of the Startup Next pre-accelerator program, says it helps clients save time, energy, and paper associated with managing parental leave.

The four other finalists were Globatom, iTraq, IXD Inc., and Pureple. Here’s a look at all the competing startups, with descriptions from each company:

  • Cielo WiGle Inc. (Redmond) – multiple Smart devices and one simple free for life app to manage your complete home. The smart stuff that works and gives comfort, convenience and savings to you.
  • Globatom (Seattle) – SaaS cloud based technology that seamlessly connects all the various steps/players to get your product from point A to point B. It tracks, quantifies and links all the components of the import/export process into one simple, transparent environment.
  • The Growl Store (Seattle) – is a 64 tap tasting room and growler fill station, establishing the first store on Capitol Hill, Seattle in 2015.
  • Infinut (Kirkland) – builds Math, Science and Reading apps for Kids Learning. Their apps have been downloaded more than 1 million times, which teach concepts, not rote learning.
  • iTraq (Redmond) – reports the location of iTraq Tags wherever they are in the world, indoors or outdoors, for up to 3 years with no battery charge or network connection fee.
  • IXD, Inc. (Bellevue) – is the easiest way to securely send, receive and track important information. IXD messages are protected from cyber criminals, traceable and non-repudiable.
  • miPS (Seattle) – offers personalized stem cell generation and cell preservation – the ability to pee in a cup, and regenerate any organ in your body.
  • pala-linq (Seattle) – is a mobile app and wearable technology that provides on-the-go support for those in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction.
  • Portelo, Inc. (Seattle) – is the premier B2B marketplace with a platform of subscription-based tools enabling users to easily find, manage, and review business service providers.
  • Pureple (Seattle) – is a completely free and customizable closet/wardrobe organizer and outfit planner. It provides the easiest way to create your wardrobe and suggests outfits for you by learning your style.
  • Yoga Panda (Seattle) – helps yoga practitioners find and book yoga classes at local studios directly from their phone, pay as they go, and save money along the way.
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