Unhappy with remote learning, parents seek alternatives, touching off "the largest educational innovation experiment" in history. Curacubby is helping these programs succeed.
The "new normal" is anything but normal, especially if all or some parts of your business rely on in-person customers. To help you navigate this digital path and not get overwhelmed by the number of products and capabilities available to you, our CEO put together a short list for Forbes of three key technologies you can put in place right now to survive and set yourself up to thrive in a post-Covid-19 future.
Curacubby opened an El Paso office in 2018, and now has a team of 12 in the city, all from El Paso. Steven Khuong, CEO of Curacubby, said he wanted to bring more opportunities for El Paso’s talented computer science professionals and others interested in entrepreneurship and startups. In this Q&A feature with the El Paso Inc., Khuong shares more about what drew him to El Paso and how he and the leadership team are growing the office even amidst the pandemic.
To understand the effect of the pandemic on child care in the United States and forecast the potential for economic recovery, Curacubby and the California Quality Early Learning (CQEL) commissioned The State of Child Care in 2020: A Survey of 300-plus Child Care Directors. The survey is the largest national survey of child care facilities to date in 2020.
What first felt like a break from the office has turned into drawn-out days, a longing for employee interaction, and emotional meltdowns. CNN's Clare Sebastian sat down virtually with Curacubby's CEO to explore the question that many are asking: Are we working from home or living at work?
When it comes to software development projects, business leaders and consumers alike tend to believe the sooner it’s done, the better. While speed is imperative, demanding an abbreviated turnaround time might mean the quality of the final product suffers as a result. To help leaders focus on maintaining both quality and efficiency in their team’s work, Curacubby's CEO, Steven Khuong, offers advice to Forbes.
IronCEO takes time to sit down with Curacubby's CEO, Steven Khuong, to talk about his personal story that motivated him to launch Curacubby, a software company dedicated to help revenue growth and automate tasks for the back-end of schools across the country. They also discuss how the company has grown from the challenges presented by the pandemic. Learn how Steven has grown through the pandemic to become a better CEO and lead his team in a time of uncertainty.
Curacubby helps schools in El Paso, Texas, use their latest tool called Touchless Attendance; this tool allows daycares, learning centers, and schools operate safely by minimizing contact for, both, parents and staff. As back-to-school season is around the corner, school's are looking for tools that will help control and stop the spread of germs. Thus, giving staff, parents, and children peace of mind during the pandemic. Learn how business owners feel this tool is empowering their school during a time of uncertainty.
Join Envestnet Yodlee as they launch a series featuring startup founders, including Curacubby's CEO Steven Khuong, to speak on technology solutions through the pandemic. Learn about the changes COVID-19 brought to multiple sectors across and how Fintech has provided relief through multiple areas.
In Forbes latest article, expert panel of Forbes Technology Council share questions that have given them a genuine insight into the potential of candidates they’ve interviewed. Our own CEO, Steven Khuong, gave give input in what he looks for when interviewing leading candidates at Curacubby.
Investments in startups have dropped sharply during the COVID-19 outbreak and are unlikely to recover for the rest of the year, according to a new report. But venture-backed startups are stepping up with offers to help with the COVID-19 outbreak. These include Berkeley-based education payments platform company Curacubby Inc., which is giving schools free access to several of its tools free until at least July 1.
Check out what Curacubby's CEO, Steven Khuong, has to say about relating to the pain point needs of a business. Often times we want to educate on the many features a product can offer but neglect to find more information on the gaps of a current workflow. Forbes Technology Council gives us great insight!
Steven Khuong along with other many successful CIOs, CTOs & executives from Forbes Technology Council offer firsthand insights on tech & business. Read about the future of classroom technology and how the integration of tech can help advance the quality of education you're providing by automating redundant tasks that take time away from your students.
Curacubby's CEO, Steven Khuong, is featured in Forbes highlight why payment technology is indispensable for small and medium businesses. Read more to learn about how payment technology integration may advance your business.
Curacubby's CEO, Steven Khuong, let's us in on one of the his favorite reads that has inspired him through the years when dealing with perfecting a skill. Read what book he highly recommends as well as other great suggestions from high-achieving founders and executives.
Are you interested in adapting new tech to your business? Forbes compiled firsthand insights on tech & business from successful CIOs, CTOs & executives from Forbes Technology Council. Read about what Curacubby's CEO, Steven Khuong, had to say when considering integrating technology.
Curacubby's CEO, Steven Khuong, along with other successful founders and executives from Forbes Technology Council share successful insight when wanting to engage and motivate your tech team members.
Curacubby is helping schools impacted by the California fires through their "Reach Out" feature, making it possible for schools and their families to stay communicated to those affected by fire or power outages. This is a FREE service courtesy of Curacubby to support Californian communities being troubled by recent happenings.
As tech companies look beyond Silicon Valley, some are considering El Paso. Indeed, the trend may already be happening: in 2018, Curacubby, a Berkeley, California-based startup that automates billing for schools, announced it will open an office in El Paso in January 2019.
Automated payments processing, enrollment and relationship management solution delivers significant time and cost savings to budget-constrained education centers including preschool, K-8, and extended day programs.
Global non-profit organization serving 1,000 children in 35 countries replaces siloed billing systems with the Curacubby unified cloud platform to manage the invoicing and payments process, capturing significant savings in time and expense.