Announcing The TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2015 Battlefield Finalists

We’ve officially closed Day Two of TC Disrupt SF 2015, complete with speaking appearances from John Doerr, Andre Iguodala, Nick Woodman, and Tim Westergren. But as Tuesday of Disrupt comes to a close, so too does the first phase of the TC Disrupt Battlefield.

Of the 25 companies to launch on our stage, six were selected to participate in the final round, where they will have exactly six minutes to yet again present their product onstage followed by a 12-minute Q&A session. Given the high caliber of each of the Battlefield presentations, it was difficult to narrow down from 24 to six, but after much deliberation, we’ve made our selections.

Finals judges include Troy Carter (Atom Factory), Roelof Botha (Sequoia Capital), Aileen Lee (Cowboy Ventures), Matthew Panzarino (TechCrunch), Brian Pokorny (SV Angel) and Ruchi Sanghvi (Dropbox).

So without any further ado, it’s my pleasure to announce the finalists of the Disrupt SF 2015 Battlefield:


Agrilyst helps greenhouse operators run their operations more efficiently by pulling in data from sensors in the greenhouse and information about crop yields and other metrics.

Green Bits

Green Bits is a startup that helps deliver point-of-sale solutions for cannabis retail stores in a world where dispensaries are weighed down (in time, and thus, cost) by state regulation around inventory and sales.

Leap Financial

Leap Financial offers a CFO in a box, in so many words, which has been designed to automate tasks around accounting and help users track key performance numbers like revenue, churn, cost of customer acquisition, monthly recurring revenue and more.


Preemadonna is a women’s lifestyle company that has built a nail-decorating robot that retails for $199, and lets users customize their own nails by taking photos from their own camera roll and/or creating their own designs.


Scrumpt is a subscription-based service that lets moms and dads choose from dozens of nutritionally sound lunch items from trusted companies which are combined with everyday staples, like apples and bananas, for example, to create the perfect packed lunch.


Stitch is Slack for healthcare, offering HIPAA-compliant, searchable channels around individual patients that also includes integrations with electronic healthcare records on both desktop and mobile.