32 Tech Companies in Dallas You Should Know

Written by Alyssa Schroer
32 Tech Companies in Dallas You Should Know
Margo Steines | May 15, 2024

The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is a well-known business hub, acting as the home to over 100,000 businesses, as well as the headquarters of dozens of leading companies. With a history rich in commerce and innovation, it’s no wonder Dallas is also currently home to a myriad of tech companies and startups influencing a variety of industries.

Tech Companies In Dallas To Know

  • 5miles
  • AptAmigo
  • Alkami
  • Alto
  • Bestow
  • Dialexa
  • Door.com
  • Ilumi
  • PennyMac
  • Capital One


Industry: Artificial intelligence, cloud, software

RingCentral specializes in business communication solutions. Its products include RingEX, an AI-powered app designed to enhance productivity through features that streamline phone, SMS, video and fax communications, and RingCX, which offers AI-powered tools that are intended to improve the way contact center employees interact with customers.


Industry: Financial services

The Options Clearing Corporation, also known as OCC, specializes in clearing, settlement and risk management services that support stable, secure financial markets in addition to providing resources for investor education. OCC’s offerings cover options, futures and securities lending transactions. The company has had a presence in the Dallas area since 2003.


Industry: Gaming, sports

PrizePicks operates a fantasy sports platform that’s available in more than two dozen U.S. states and Canada. Its website and mobile app serve millions of members, covering a broad variety of sports leagues, including the NFL, MLB, NHL, WNBA, PGA, NCAA basketball and baseball and NASCAR.


Industry: Insurance

Liberty Mutual is an insurance company that operates in the insurtech space, offering a wide range of insurance products while using cloud technologies and Agile methodology to optimize and innovate its operations. Its Dallas-area offices, which occupy a sprawling campus in Plano, serve as home base for thousands of its local employees.  


Industry: Software, information technology, payments

KUBRA builds software solutions that enable hundreds of client businesses to enhance customer experiences. For example, its KUBRA EZ-PAY product is a secure, on-demand payment application designed to make it easy for customers to handle their bills in person, online or over the phone. KUBRA serves a variety of industries, including healthcare, telecommunications, utilities, government and insurance.


Industry: Professional services, artificial intelligence, fintech, cybersecurity

PwC serves businesses across the globe, providing them with technology and consulting services intended to help them innovate their business processes and better serve their customers. It offers a vast portfolio of capabilities that extend to expertise in areas like cloud engineering, generative AI, tax services, data risk and privacy and sustainability strategy.


Industry: Real estate

TestFit serves developers, architects, contractors and brokers, offering them a real estate feasibility platform equipped with AI-powered capabilities. More than 3,900 users take advantage of the company’s technology to identify the right deals and close them quickly as well as ensure site planning and design are code compliant.


Industries: E-commerce, events

Vivid Seats operates a tech platform for reselling live event tickets. Its cloud-based point-of-sale system, which is free to sellers, includes marketplace integrations for professional resellers and data-driven pricing tools. The tech that powers the Vivid marketplace is proprietary, and the company’s ticket management tools are designed to help resellers move tickets and earn profits. 


Industries: Artificial intelligence, machine learning, aerospace, robotics, software

Shield AI’s autonomous pilot, Hivemind, is powered by AI and has been deployed in military applications since 2018. It can make real-time decisions without relying on GPS or communications. Hivemind carries out missions like room clearing with drones and dogfights with F-16 jets.


Industries: Cloud, productivity, software, design

Altium has been around since 1985 and provides software tools for use in designing and developing electronics. To ensure businesses are able to efficiently deliver quality products, its Altium 365 platform, for example, is built to integrate with other design tools and facilitates collaboration by allowing team members to review and leave real-time feedback on projects. Companies across industries like robotics, communications and aerospace and defense have used Altium’s solutions.


Industry: Machinery manufacturing

Caterpillar is best known for making heavy-duty equipment for mining and construction, but as the parent company to 17 industry brands, it is also developing industrial tech across solar, rail, oil and gas and marine applications. The company moved its global headquarters from Illinois to Texas, setting up shop in the Irving suburb of Dallas.


Industries: Information technology, mobile 

Boingo is supporting demands for faster connections with a suite of wireless products. From airports to real estate properties, companies can equip customers and employees with 5G, antenna, small cell, private network, and Wi-Fi services. With the cutting-edge thinking of Boingo, businesses are providing seamless experiences and keeping their workforces on the same page. 


Industry: Fintech

For those who are seeking a more convenient way to conduct transactions, Capital One is ready to provide solutions. Now customers can manage their card information through a mobile app, pay with features like ApplePay, and more. With the transition to a serverless architecture, Capital One has the ability to deliver faster and more comprehensive services for a satisfying banking experience.  


Industry: Financial services

Fisher Investments has been helping clients reach their financial goals for over 40 years by providing a tailored approach to investment management. They’re a different kind of investment firm than most in the financial industry and work for a bigger purpose: bettering the investment universe.


Industry: Data management

Handling large amounts of data becomes easier, thanks to the cloud-native technology of Matillion. This company specializes in navigating the cloud, helping companies traverse platforms such as Snowflake, Delta Lake on Databricks, and Amazon Redshift. With the tools of Matillion, businesses can now spend less time corralling data and more time gaining an advantage with their data.  


Industry: Fintech

For first-time home buyers or those in any stage of the home ownership process, PennyMac offers services that allow people to make their dream home a reality. PennyMac offers a range of mortgage and refinancing services, as well as online tools for finding home value estimations, calculating mortgages and comparing loan options, partnering with users to simplify home ownership.


Industry: Cybersecurity

StackPath provides secure edge services to businesses, helping them build cloud-based apps and websites faster and safer. StackPath works with companies ranging in size from startups to Fortune 50 enterprises across industries like advertising, media and gaming. 


Industries: Sports, software

Stack Sports is a SaaS company providing sports organizations and clubs with management products. The platform has a variety of solutions from league management and payment to recruiting and sponsorship services. Stack Sports works with thousands of clubs and leading organizations like NFL, USSF and US Lacrosse. 


Industries: Insurtech, software

Bestow provides term life insurance that is rooted in data. The company removes paperwork and doctor visits associated with traditional term life insurance options, letting customers cancel at any time, forgo medical exams and opt for advice from licensed insurance agents.


Industry: Software

Dialexa is a technology research, design and creation firm providing end-to-end development services. The company helps businesses with technology strategy, custom software engineering, user experience design and hardware engineering. 


Industry: Transportation 

Alto is a membership-based ridesharing service currently operating within the neighborhoods of Dallas. Unlike other ridesharing services, Alto drivers must pass multiple background checks, driving tests and receive in-car training. 


Industry: Digital media

Lifeblue helps clients build websites and grow their impact in the world socially, economically and culturally. The company has worked with organizations like Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Heifer International and Visit Dallas. 

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Industry: Real estate

AptAmigo allows renters in cities across the US to find their dream apartment more easily than ever before. Powered by proprietary search technology and a team of specialists providing top-tier service to ensure renters are comfortable in their new homes, AptAmigo brings peace of mind to the typically stressful renting process.


Industry: E-commerce

5miles is a localized buying and selling marketplace. The platform provides a variety of services and goods ranging from clothing and electronics to cars and appliances. 5miles is currently available in dozens of cities throughout the US. 


Industry: Fintech

Deciphering massive volumes of data is key to generating timely financial reporting, so OverlayAnalytics has developed the tools for the job. With the help of the company's platform, moving fast and remaining detailed are no longer mutually exclusive. Organizations can now centralize their data, extract valuable information, and construct immediate financial reports to gain a commanding view of their performance.    


Industry: Real Estate

Door.com is a real estate platform helping people buy and sell homes with more transparency. For sellers, Door.com collects a flat fee of $5,000 at closing and buyers receive a 1% rebate of the purchase price after closing. The company services several states including Texas, California, Colorado and Florida.


Industry: Hardware 

Ilumi makes smart LED light bulbs. Controlled by a mobile app, Ilumi bulbs fit into regular sockets but provide light scheduling and a variety of lighting atmospheres created through color presets. 

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Industry: Robotics

RoboKind creates interactive educational robotic products. The company also works with experts in the Autism Spectrum Disorder communities to provide learning opportunities for students with autism. The robots are designed to support and guide students through social interactions with repetition and consistency.  


Industry: Software

NectarOM creates AI-powered solutions for consumer engagement. The platform integrates numerous data sources, creates targeted customer profiles, determines and delivers relevant information and measures performance. NectarOM utilizes data from various sources like social, email, transactions and more to create the most relevant messages.


Industry: Software

ParkHub provides solutions for event venues, universities, parking operators and state parks that optimize the parking experience. The company has provided parking solutions to Levi’s Stadium, AT&T Stadium and Pepsi Center.


Industry: Fintech

Alkami is a digital banking platform that provides customized solutions to financial institutions. Used by over 140 clients and 7.5 million users, the platform offers banking solutions like enhanced retail, integrated mobile, business banking and intelligent content delivery. 


Industry: Entertainment

TopGolf is an entertainment destination featuring high-tech interactive golf experiences. Though an entertainment venue, TopGolf utilizes ball-tracking technology that lets the company offer a variety of game experiences for all skill levels. 

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Rose Velazquez contributed reporting to this story.

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