Tag: Process

GoMeyra Launches Real-Time, Cloud-Based LIMS for Medical Laboratories to Process Same-Day Lab Test Results

By iwano@_84

Revolutionary software program features first-of-its-kind apps to track test results allowing for quicker returns to work, school and travel, and increased peace of mind

GoMeyra, an innovative new software company dedicated to providing revolutionary tech solutions for medical laboratories, announced today the launch of a customizable cloud-based lab information management system – GoMeyra LIMS.

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GoMeyra LIMS was developed as a solution to alleviate bottlenecks and increase efficiency challenges inherent in laboratory workflows. (Photo: Business Wire)

Recognizing the tremendous pressure labs are experiencing to turn around COVID-19 test results, GoMeyra LIMS was specifically designed and developed as a solution to alleviate bottlenecks and increase efficiency challenges inherent in laboratory workflows. By bringing together the bioinformatic expertise of world-class scientists with enterprise-level software engineers, GoMeyra is an unparalleled digital solution for medical laboratories.

The result – this groundbreaking LIMS platform is

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Developing Effective Healthcare Software Solutions Is Different From The Process Of Traditional Software Development

By iwano@_84

Technology has stepped into almost each and every industry. Technology makes our life easier and simpler. It helps us in efficiently managing tasks. Technology has touched almost every field, from logistics, entertainment, and law, to catering, etc. The healthcare industry is not far away from its touch either.

The healthcare industry is quick to realize the importance of technology. Industries are embracing technology as well as the advancement in technology. We are residing in a cut-throat competitive world, to which technology gives that much-needed edge. Technology is known to reshape the working of industries. Healthcare industries use technology to not only reduce their workload but also to accelerate their performance. Healthcare application development is one of the important solutions.

According to a survey, the market will grow at a CAGR of 5.8 percent to reach $19.3 billion by 2025. Unsurprisingly, the segment is enormous, commanding a huge market share of

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EPAM Named a Leader in NelsonHall’s 2020 NEAT Vendor Evaluation Process for Overall Quality Engineering Services

By iwano@_84

NEWTOWN, Pa., Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —

  • What’s the News: EPAM was recognized by NelsonHall as a leader in Quality Engineering Services—highlighting their ability to keep up with changing client requirements as well as deliver immediate benefits for their Quality Engineering (QE) initiatives
  • Why it is important: Given today’s breakneck pace of new software and product launches, there is no other choice than to implement smarter testing services. EPAM’s expertise in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Continuous Testing (CT) can help make it a seamless process for clients around the world—providing timely risk-based feedback and enabling faster innovation cycles.
  • Who it affects – Sourcing, procurement & IT departments looking for the right partner to provide their organization Quality Assurance (QA)/Quality Engineering services with a proven track record.

EPAM Systems, Inc. (NYSE: EPAM), a leading global provider of digital platform engineering and software development services, today announced that it has been recognized

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Tyler Technologies Improves Computer-Aided Dispatch Process for Port of Long Beach, California

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Public safety solution enhances collaboration between patrol officers and dispatchers

Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) today announced the Long Beach Harbor Patrol Officers and Dispatchers in California have successfully gone live with Tyler’s New World Enterprise CADand New World ShieldForce® solutions, along with New World Enterprise Records, mobile messaging, and mobile field reporting.

The implementation of Tyler’s solutions replaces the agency’s previous tracking system used to manage dispatch activity.

“We recognized the need to implement a true computer-aided dispatch solution to better manage dispatch activity, streamline communication across the agency, and enhance our reporting processes,” said Jeremy Vetterlein, technical security project manager of Long Beach. “Tyler’s solution is already improving critical communication between our patrol officers and dispatch staff. The solution allows us to precisely locate and quickly respond to issues in the field, helping to ensure safety in our community.”

In addition to the

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Nintex to acquire K2 Software, bolstering process automation offering

By iwano@_84

Nintex CEO Eric Johnson. (Nintex Photo)

Bellevue, Wash.-based workflow automation company Nintex will acquire fellow Seattle-area company K2 Software.

Both companies sell process automation software. Founded in 2000, K2 counts 30% of the Fortune 100 as customers and has 1.5 million users across 84 countries. The company raised more than $100 million in 2015 from private equity powerhouse Francisco Partners.

Nintex said it will have more than 10,000 customers and generate more than $200 million in revenue after the deal is closed. Investment firm Thoma Bravo purchased a majority stake in Nintex two years ago. It’s the third acquisition for Nintex since the Thoma Bravo deal. Nintex has 500 employees globally, and more than 100 in the Seattle region.

“We are excited to be bringing together leading innovators in the digital process automation software market,” Nintex CEO Eric Johnson said in a statement. “Upon closing, Nintex and K2 customers and

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Nintex to acquire low-code process automation provider K2 Software

By iwano@_84

The process management and automation company Nintex is bolstering its portfolio with the addition of K2 Software, a digital process automation software provider. 

With K2 Software, Nintex hopes to help more than 10,000 customers with 50% of the Fortune 500, and generate over $200 million in annual recurring revenue.

“We are excited to be bringing together leading innovators in the digital process automation software market,” said Nintex CEO Eric Johnson. “Upon closing, Nintex and K2 customers and partners will benefit from an even broader range of process management and automation solutions. The combination of our respective development teams will further accelerate our pace of innovation in this growing market.” 

Nintex is known for its process platform that enables users to visually map and manage business processes as well as accelerate digital transformation. The Nintex Platform features process mapping, process collaboration, digital forms, mobile apps, advanced workflows, robotic process automation,

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Microsoft Races Ahead On RPA (Robotic Process Automation)

By iwano@_84

Last year, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) was the fastest growing segment of the global enterprise software market (the technology helps to automate repetitive and tedious processes). And as for this year, the momentum has accelerated. Because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies have scrambled to boost their automation efforts.

The dominant players in the RPA market include UiPath, Blue Prism and AutomationAnywhere. But there is another tech operator that has been making dramatic gains: Microsoft. 

The company definitely has many advantages: a massive customer base, thousands of talented engineers, a rich ecosystem of partners, a best-of-breed cloud infrastructure and many complementary apps. Microsoft has also been innovating at a rapid pace.  Consider that more than 350,000 organizations use the Power Automate platform

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Better together: Tech developers join forces to build a better freight-booking process | 2020-09-22

By iwano@_84

Freight markets have been roiled by the pandemic-driven recession in recent months, adding to long-term challenges like wide swings in capacity, driver shortages, and thin profit margins. But amid that turbulence, logistics software providers say they may have found a way to capture new efficiencies by integrating their transportation management system (TMS) platforms with digital freight-matching (DFM) apps.

The two software tools take different approaches to addressing those pain points, with TMS products offering a centralized hub of information, while DFM apps use a distributed web of smartphones to match shippers in need of freight service with truckers that can provide it. But the combination of the two can tap into the best of both worlds, according to several logistics technology vendors who have recently built such integrations.

TMS software, of course, has been around for decades, enabling shippers and third-party logistics service providers (3PLs) to find carriers and book

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Process Subterfuge – When Some Companies Just Go Through The Motions of True Process Improvement

By iwano@_84

Over the past 20 years, I have seen many companies start projects to improve existing processes. In all cases, some sort of formal or informal process was already in place. Companies and their leaders embarked upon process improvement efforts with the hope of driving out process waste and increasing overall process efficiency.

Improving process efficiency and driving out waste generally fell under the heading of improving process quality. Early on, quality improvement focused on inspections, but later the focus shifted to quality management as found in the Total Quality Management (TQM) movement that peaked in the 1980s and early 1990s. W. Edwards Deming, Joseph Juran, Kaoru Ishikawa, Genichi Taguchi, Shigeo Shingo, Phil Crosby and others contributed to the TQM body of knowledge that led TQM to becoming a huge fad.

When I started my career in the 1980s, some companies were implementing quality improvement projects based on the concepts put … Read More