Tech Into Nashville: Li Qin – Yoshi

Li Qin is a software engineer for Yoshi, a company that delivers gas and other automotive services. He’s worked with the company since May 2019, back when they were located in Silicon Valley.  “I’m just a guy who wants to have a more eventful life,” Li says.  He came to Nashville at the end of […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Lerry Wilson – Splunk

Technology work is attracting all sorts of people to Nashville.  One of them is Lerry Wilson, who spent almost 30 years in Silicon Valley. Lerry works for Splunk, a leading cloud data platform provider serving more than 90 of the Fortune 100 with thousands of employees. He explains, “We are the industry leader in taking […]
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Tech Into Nashville: Austin Dirks – GreenLight Medical

A doctor’s request for a new tech product can easily be delayed by red tape. Their hospital has to mull over the proposed benefits for their patients, operational considerations for the facility, the financial impact, and any potential safety concerns. While these decisions require due diligence, prolonged deliberations can prevent patients from getting the care […]
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Brendan Kamm – THNKS

The act of giving thanks acknowledges the importance of a relationship. In business, this shows that two associates have a bond that’s stronger than what their dealings dictate. By strengthening that bond, the associates become trusted colleagues, preferred contacts, repeat customers, or employees who feel loyal to the company.  Co-founder and CEO of Thnks Brendan […]
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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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