Press Release Leads to Local Coverage. Covers why, how and how often to help you “bring on the leads.”
During the last couple of years while most companies were down or flat, Voler Systems has been steadily growing, some years they have even doubled year over year revenue. As a result they have recently expanded into new offices and made some new hires for key personnel including VP of Engineering and Director of Business Development.
Theresa Shafer recently assisted Henna Inam with a survey for her new book “Wired for Authenticity.”
Walt Maclay, President of Voler Systems was featured as a thought leader on wearable and IoT devices in the latest issue of Medical Design Technology. He explains how wearable devices are now driving the definition of low-power and provides techniques for overcoming battery limitations.
“Theresa does an excellent job with the marketing for my company. Because of her technical background, she is able to write an article from a brief interview, and I usually only need to do minor editing. She is creative in the collateral material she has developed. She does what has to be done in order to meet deadlines and provide excellent service. I’ve never heard her say she can’t do something. I will continue to use her services and those of SKMurphy.” Walt Maclay, President of Voler Systems
eMOBUS‘ integration with ServiceNow helps IT automate the management of mobility expenses, tedious support tasks and BYOD programs by allowing ServiceNow users to manage mobile devices and view important wireless carrier information through the ServiceNow interface.
The IEEE Consulting Network of Silicon Valley continues its tradition of inviting world class experts on leading edge technologies to speak at their monthly meetings. On Tue-Nov-4-2014, Giacomo Vacca of Kinetic River will provide an overview on how flow cytometers enable a wide range of “Human Cell Analysis.”
“Sean has been a pleasure to work with. His understanding of business issues faced by startups is very rich. Likewise, he has a seemingly bottomless bag of tricks to share with you in response to a business, customer, or marketing problem. His insights have been very valuable; his perspective has challenged my original thinking in ways that resulted in new solutions being identified. I highly recommend working with him.” Giacomo Vacca, Kinetic River
Mike Silverman passed away Sep-13-2014 after a 14 month battle with cancer. He was an entrepreneur with tremendous energy and integrity. I will miss him. He founded Ops A La Carte in 2002 and built it up to a training, testing, and consulting organization providing work for dozens of experienced reliability engineers.
The following announcement went out this morning:
ARMONK, N.Y – 25 Sep 2014: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that Verdafero, a San Francisco-based utility analytics startup, has selected IBM Cloud to power its utility analytics platform, allowing customers to reduce their energy, water or waste consumption by up to 30 percent. Verdafero chose IBM’s open cloud platform, Bluemix, over a previously used platform, in order to significantly speed the development and delivery of more features and offerings to its users.
I have blogged about BeamWise™ in
- “BeamWise Blends Biophotonic and Model Based Design Expertise”
- A First look at BeamWise in Operation”
If you are interested in getting a closer look, Kinetic River will be demonstrating it in booth 8639 at the BiOS Conference February 1-2, 2014. If you don’t want to wait that long contact Giacomo Vacca directly or take a look at a new BeamWise demo video.
Dr. Giacomo Vacca of Kinetic River will present a briefing on BeamWise™ at the Twenty-Third Cytometry Development Workshop in Asilomar today. Here is a silent four minute video of some key aspects of BeamWise operation he will narrate live as a part of the briefing. Tapio Karras of Design Parametrics will also be on hand to answer questions. The video was created from a screen capture of BeamWise in operation by Hannu Lehtimäki.
An interesting talk by Mary Sorber, founder of NightingaleRX, providing a caregiver’s view of methods and technologies currently employed for what doctors call the polypharmacy problem and non-professionals often experience as a “big bag of pills”.
The following announcement went out this morning: Biophotonic System Design Optimized Through New Technology BeamWise from Design Parametrics, Kinetic River, and Plan Energy I have added some additional hyperlinks for clarity. Giacomo Vacca will include a brief overview of BeamWise in his talk at the Bio2Devices Group on Sep-24-2013, “New Tools for Cancer Research: Probing Cellular Processes at High Throughput,” and describe how it contributed to the design of an innovative flow cytometer currently in use for research.
We are excited to see Robert Felten’s recent project, GUI for a flash drive, featured in EE Times. Robert Felten Software provides Software Development Consulting and Contracting. He specializes in Qt/C++ GUI and embedded software.
Robert is a new client, we are excited to see his expertise recognized.
Below are projects we have help work on with our clients.
- Sean Murphy Joins Fluxicon Advisory Board
- Good advice about customer verification
- GE Capital CEO, Cloud Computing Expert, and Customer Development Strategist Join eMOBUS Advisory Board
- San Jose Business Journal: Palo Alto’s Verdafero offers sustainability planning over the Web
- technews.am: Verdafero Profiled by SJ BizJournal “Sustainability Planning Over the Web”
Growth & Consumer Acquisition
- Mitchell Selects DataCare Case Management and Utilization Review Software for Excellence in Innovation
- DataCare Reports 32% Growth in 2010
- Voler Systems Reports 50% Growth in 2009
- Construction Companies Deploy eMOBUS for Better Mobility Expense Management
- Fat Spaniel Selects Replicate Technologies for Virtualization Management Service
- Disco Wins Best In Show Award
- eMOBUS CTO Discusses Migrating from PaaS to IaaS at SaaScon 2010
- Voler Systems President Speaks at BIOMEDevices San Jose
- LinuxWorld: SaaS Rapid Release Cycles Drive Virtualization Demand
- Strategic alliance to deliver heterogeneous parallel processing solutions for oil and gas industry
- New Idea Engineering Joins Google Enterprise Professional Program
- Vendor Neutral Technical Analyst: New Idea Engineering Partners
- Calibration Verifies Accuracy in Disposable Medical Devices as published in Embedded Computing Design
- Voler Provides Risk Management For Leading Edge Components
- Interview with Tom Henderson from ADDS
- Lucene: An Interview with Otis Gospodnetic
Product Introductions & Launches
Mitchell, a leading provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions to the Property & Casualty claims and Collision Repair industries, today announced significant enhancements to the SmartAdvisor(TM) Utilization Review (UR) Decision Manager(TM), an industry-leading solution that automatically integrates utilization review decisions within the bill review process, empowering insurance claims payers with the ability to reduce unauthorized treatment losses, improve efficiency with automated and accelerated treatment decisions, and optimize investment in UR technology.
SmartAdvisor now supports the integration of third party systems such as Unimed, DataCare, CID Management and others into the UR Decision Manager, in order to simplify and optimize claims handling while containing costs.
SmartAdvisor is a comprehensive bill review solution for workers’ compensation that contains a unique combination of performance software, client services and best-in-class partnerships.
“As an early stage software company, we have been very pleased with the help that Sean and the SKMurphy team have provided in helping us get to market quickly and effectively. They have given us excellent advice and hands on support in areas ranging from marketing plans, financial projections, collateral materials and licensing agreements. We strongly recommend Sean Murphy, Theresa Shafer and their team.” Mike Allen, DataCare
I do this all the time for Clients. I really should do it for ourselves. Below are projects we have help work on with our clients. Here is a roundup of coverage for our clients.
I was pleased to see that Verdafero, a firm we have been advising for about a year, was selected last Friday by the San Jose Business Journal for their “The Pitch” column. The article, “Palo Alto’s Verdafero Offers Sustainability Planning Over the Web,” ran in the February 5th print edition:
THE BUSINESS: Verdafero has developed a software-as-a-service platform that can be used for sustainability planning, energy efficiency and carbon management services for small and medium enterprise businesses. Customers use the tool to develop a sustainability plan by analyzing best practices and specific savings potential in their energy and material use as well as the environmental impact of their products and associated waste byproducts. Verdafero says it helps its customers stay ahead of supplier approval requirements, increase competitive advantage and improve profitability through cost reductions across their business operations.
MANAGEMENT TEAM: CEO Merc Martinelli is a certified sustainability consultant and previously worked at Cisco Systems Inc. where he led the new product introduction department within the enterprise line of business. Chief Operating Officer Alastair Hood is a business, technology and energy efficiency consultant, and he has worked with emerging companies in the U.K., Ireland and Australia. Previously he worked at Agilent Technologies Inc. and was a founding team member and development director of Nanosight Ltd., a U.K. nanotechnology startup, where he helped raise in excess of $10 million in startup funding.
A note on the name Verdafero: In the global language Esperanto: Verda = Green and Afero = Business. Verdafero™ – We Green Business.
- Visualizing Sustainability a list of 138 different visualizations of sustainability. Hat tip to David Sibbet who notes “a full panorama from simple to complex, mapping onto every conceivable base map. I’ve contended for a long time that a sustainability mindset requires systems thinking, and that systems thinking requires visual thinking—even if the display is just between your ears.
- Green Software Unconference