Although WebPT is a physical therapy-focused software organization for practitioners, its leadership wants its focus to be broader. And because of its fixation on giving back to Phoenix, it is this year’s winner of the Arizona Corporate Excellence (ACE) Community Impact Award and No. 25 on the ACE list of the state’s largest private companies.
Tech-giant Intel announced it will acquire SigOpt, a San Francisco-based provider of a leading platform for the optimization of artificial intelligence (AI) software models at scale. SigOpt’s AI software technologies deliver productivity and performance gains across hardware and software parameters, use cases and workloads in deep learning, machine learning and data analytics. Intel plans to use SigOpt’s software technologies across Intel’s AI hardware products to help accelerate, amplify and scale Intel’s AI software solution offerings to developers.
AI has tremendous potential to transform health care and create a better experience for both patients and health care providers. For patients, they gain a more personalized experience with their care provider. For physicians, they can lower costs, increase efficiency, increase revenue and ultimately provide better care to their patients.
WebPT, the nation’s leading rehab therapy software platform, will join forces with Southern California-based Physical Rehabilitation Network (PRN) to support physical rehabilitation clinics in ways that will empower them to achieve their maximum potential. WebPT’s product suite provides a robust end-to-end solution covering the entire rehab therapy business cycle, from billing and managing a practice to delivering quality, evidence-based care.
Botco.ai, Inc., a software technology company offering an automated conversational marketing platform that intelligently nurtures real-time chats with customers, announced it has secured funding from several prominent angels and investor groups. Botco.ai recently closed funds from AZ Tech Investors, Desert Angels, InvestU and PHX Ventures, setting the stage for accelerated growth.
Support Local is a free, online-directory platform that makes it easy for customers to find local businesses that are open, make purchases and receive goods and services while following best practices in COVID-19 prevention from the CDC, State of Arizona and local officials.
In this time of economic uncertainty, Promineo Tech wants to do what they can to help. The company proudly announces it will be giving away three full-ride scholarships to their online software developer programs. Promineo Tech will be partnering with others to increase the number of scholarships available. And for those who aren’t able to secure a scholarship, Promineo Tech is suspending enrollment fees for new students.
Parchment, a Scottsdale-based software provider that digitizes and protects academic records, is merging with another software-as-a-service company in the same space while maintaining its local headquarters and name. The new entity will support a network of 13,000 schools, universities and professional organizations that will use the company to securely exchange more than 18.5 million academic records annually.
iTether partners with Pinal County to launch study, State Farm donates $30M to ASU to fuel workforce development program, Grand Canyon University opens incubator with free rent for startups, Scottsdale-based software provider Parchment merges with Credentials Solutions, TGen and Mayo Clinic researchers awarded a federal grant to refine liquid biopsy for cancer patients, and more.
Health Information Management Systems, a leading provider of electronic health record (EHR) software with a unique focus on the integrated health care market, announced it joined the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC) as a Strategic Business and Technology (SB&T) Partner.