San Diego Tech Roundup: Web Startups Heat Up, New Incubator Opens

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online investor relations services for publicly traded companies throughout North America. StockTwits plans to integrate its services with the Q4’s software as a service, which includes investor relations modules that help companies properly provide information and other services to investors and shareholders.

—A spokeswoman for JOT Automation told me the private electronics manufacturer based in Oulu, Finland, is moving its U.S. headquarters to San Diego. JOT Automation, with more than 350 employees worldwide, said it plans to specialize on the design and production of disposable diagnostic medical devices and handheld readers in San Diego. Stefan Adolfsson, who leads JOTs business in the Americas, will head the San Diego office and plans to add 10 workers here within the year.

—Solana Beach, CA-based Analog Analytics, which provides technology that enables established media companies to offer daily deal-type offerings, said it will offer travel deals through a new partnership with New York-based American Marketing Group’s Travelsavers Partner Services.

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