Disa Technologies, Inc

Seed stage Full Build Software & Services » Application & Data Integration
Disa Technologies, Inc., founded in 2015, offers a unified messaging software that integrates multiple messaging services (Telegram, Facebook, SMS/MMS, etc.) into one hub through patented technology. You can organize conversations, shared files, photo galleries, and group conversations in one place as well as personalize the display and appearance of their interface. A unique feature of Disa is the ability to view conversations from different apps through individual streams or as one unified feed by contact, and reply to them.

Disa Technologies, Inc. has been awarded a utility patent by the USPTO on unification and power management processes. It is currently under review in the EU and China.



Hundreds of different options exist to communicate both in business and as daily drivers for consumers. Disa 's technology provides the option to organize what has become a chaotic experience for end users and simplify it into a single unified thread.


In a world where communication options are endless, mobile devices and desktops are cluttered with messages across multiple messaging services and email accounts. As a result end users lives have become cluttered with messaging notifications across multiple apps on their screens. Many messages go ignored or misplaced when users are overwhelmed and feel unorganized.


Disa Technologies, Inc. patented technology aggregates multiple messaging services into one platform with the added feature of merging conversations from a single contact into one unified thread. With this technology a user will receive all messages from a contact labeled by service and chronologically organized in one window with full control to reply to each message according to the service it was received.


Combination of;

1. Consumer Software (Android, iOS, Desktop): Freemium model, native ads, in-app features, usage data packaging (not user data);

2. SaaS Software: Small business & Enterprise Subscriptions; and

3. Patent Technology Licensing (i.e. Facebook, Slack, Microsoft, Salesforce, government contracts...etc.).