Both were part of the cofounding team, Baker suggests the change aligns with the strengths of eachothers natural tendencies, Abdurrahman is now the Technology Evangelist.
Minneapolis firm Medgineering has been selected as one of five emerging companies vying for a partnership with IBM’s Watson, according to Managing Partner Anish Das.
Medgineering was founded in 2009 by University of Minnesota Medical Devices Center Fellow David Amor as a consultancy and is currently developing MyQuickConsult.com — an online marketplace for matching senior level industry leading consultants, start-ups and large med device companies alike.
“We believe this is the largest autonomous commercial RFID network ever built in the U.S.,” says Harley Feldman, who cofounded the company and now leads up marketing.
The TE PRO platform provides a robust co-marketing suite complete with responsive design, lead generation, landing pages, analytics, and other tools that unite the two key sides
of a residential real estate transaction: real estaste + mortgage agent.
This “data driven exploration of the US startup ecosystem” attempts to uncover the fastest growing startups nationwide by “MM Growth Score,” including factors such as: monthly unique visitors, mobile downloads, social media metrics, hiring, and equity financing — from October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014.
Co founded by doctor Tom Valdivia & attorney Jon Einess, Luminat specializes in planning software for doctors, patients and families to address ‘end-of-life needs.’ This technology for touchy subjects hits close to home for Valdivia, who experienced the painpoints first hand.
Minneapolis’ pending Open Data Portal — the desired outcome of an Open Data Policy passed earlier this year — is not happening as intended.
Per the official policy enacted on July 30th, the portal’s purpose is to serve as a virtual clearinghouse for publicly owned data currently controlled by the City. The corresponding timeline to launch was determined as within 120 days of passage.