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There are six of them, chosen out of over 180 applications that Leadpath received since it made the call for startups in March.

Leadpath’s founder and managing director, Olumide Soyombo says that while they won’t be making another call for startups until 2015, they will keep looking at applications year round. He also said that the accelerator is looking at investing in later-stage technology startups outside of their typical $25,000 – $100,000 funding range.

Meet the six startups that made it into Leadpath’s maiden accelerator class.

RSVP

RSVP is a collaborative payment service that allows people solicit and receive payments for various purposes — weddings, charities, or even personal fundraisers.

PushCV

PushCV is an intelligent service that securely helps individuals apply and send their CVs to valid employers who have openings/vacancies that match their exact credentials and preferences.

URegista

URegista provides enterprise solutions for organizations to create, distribute and receive forms seamlessly.

Meditell

Meditell is a robust and user-friendly platform for scheduling reminders to patients or guardians, to ensure medical adherence. ‘Meditexts’ and/or ‘Medicalls’ are scheduled to patients or guardians with reminders on their medication, irrespective of the type of mobile phones they are holding.

RealE

RealE is an easy-to-use property management application with all the tools an estate agent or property manager requires to carry out his or her daily tasks from managing properties to clients engagement. Features include client management, property sharing/publishing, customised forms for letters, reminders, search and analytics.

Simer 2.0

Simer is a specialized learning environment for schools (educational, vocational and professional) with additional tools. Already a Leadpath portfolio startup, the second version of Simer comes with new features and enhancements.

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