Tech Into Nashville: Zach Evans and Paul Cummings – XSOLIS

Many standalone healthcare facilities go without the luxury of having an in-house data science team. How then, can they take advantage of all of the data produced by the electronic medical records (EMR) of a patient?  Founded in 2013, XSOLIS is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider. A technology partner of Humana, the company offers real-time medical […]
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Tech Into Nashville: J. Tod Fetherling – Perception Health

The healthcare industry is a massive collection of significant information. However, in an industry so awash in data, how can those in the healthcare space make sense of large trends while they’re busy maintaining day-to-day operations and caring for their patients? Perception Health (Perception) is a business that serves providers, partners, and self-insured employers. Perception […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Jan Schlueter – Darvis

The experience of “sensory overload” is something hospital workers know all too well. Every day, those charged with the tasks of caring for sick and injured people have to perform in hectic environments. They provide critical care while processing lots of information, sometimes in the throes of life-or-death situations. With such high stakes in a […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Meg Chamblee – Women in Technology Tennessee

A job in technology can be an excellent career path for anyone. For working women, these jobs are a ticket to a vocation that offers them prestige, worthwhile benefits, and income that allows them to thrive in the workforce.  Women in Technology Tennessee Women in Technology Tennessee (WiTT), a membership organization for professional women in […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Cathy Guthrie/Michael Berman – Ncontracts

Michael Berman was a man in search of a solution when he founded Ncontracts 12 years ago. As general counsel of a financial technology company, he saw contract and vendor management was plagued with problems. Financial institutions relied on third parties to do everything from process payments to guard against cyber risk. To do this, […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Chris Cochran – FreightWise

Every day, logistics companies balance tight delivery deadlines against a myriad of problems that can delay freight. Ensuring that products get to their destinations on time is possible thanks to a dedicated team, an unwavering attention to managing shipments, and a plan that covers the needs of the entire supply chain.  FreightWise FreightWise is not […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Sashank Purighalla – BOS Framework

While a company could create a technology platform from scratch, they don’t need to do so. After all, innovation isn’t about reinvention. It’s about enhancing what people already have and finding ways to take things to the next level.  Enter BOS Framework (BOS), a company that helps other companies minimize the time and effort required […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Possip’s Shani Dowell

The strength of a startup’s business concept can be measured by observing the ways the company positively impacts its community and improves the lives of its users.  Possip is a great example of a new company that is having just such an impact. The edtech company is a platform that allows schools the opportunity to […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Chase Gilbert – Built Technologies

Like watching paint dry, the construction lending application process moves ahead very slowly. By charting the flow of money on a construction project, one can see that there are inefficiencies and wasted time. These things prevent payments from getting to the correct vendor, which can unnecessarily delay a project from getting completed.  Even with project […]
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