Minnesota Cup announces three High Tech division finalists


Minnesota Cup 2012 division finalists
Judges from the Minnesota Cup statewide business plan competition have recently trimmed a list of 11 semi-finalists down to to three finalists within the ultra competitive High Tech division.

These three startups are now vying for the division crown on August 28th; a $25k cash prize, host of supporting services, visibility, and maybe even some Minnesota style bragging rights are all up for grabs.

From there, the division winner will compete amongst the other five divisions for the overall grand prize on September 6th, which includes an additional $40k non-dilutive cash.


DocalyticsDocalytics [previously TinderDocs] is a plugin-free document viewer that makes PDF content readable and sharable across web/mobile/tablet environments while decreasing bounce rate from gated forms & landing pages.


PreciouStatusPreciouStatus is a mobile application platform that allows care providers, family members, and loved ones to interact real-time throughout the day to relieve stress and concern.


HeroicHeroic is an online matching service allows consumers to quickly and easily collaborate with the reliable people in your community to be more productive.  Tell Heroic what type of Hero you need along with the price you want to pay and the date and time that you need it done.


Relevant finalists from other divisions include:



  • Evan Carothers

    It’s a privileged for Docalytics to be selected, especially considering the caliber of all the high-tech semi-finalists. Congrats to the other accepted companies!

    • Joe Serrano

      Congrats Evan! Good luck in the final round.

  • http://www.facebook.com/justinpbarrett Justin Barrett

    Go MN Tech! We’re excited and proud to be in the mix. Congrats to PreciousStatus and Docalytics.