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Was dit al bekend?www.listo.be/activities/nuclear-techn...
Arie de beuker
Nuclear-roadmap is al eerder voorbij gekomen.
Of het al eerder voorbij kwam weet ik niet, want gezien het enthousiasme van de dagelijkse volgers hebben ze het dan even gemist kennelijk. Dit is een klant die mee overgenomen is in het klantenbestand van Alignent in 2007.
[quote=Arie de Beuker]www.orthospinenews.com/when-medical-m...
Is een artikel van december 2009 en gaat over bedrijven die vanuit een, in de medische sector ontwikkeld, produkt diversificeren en andere markten aanboren. Sopheon is hier een voorbeeld van. Vreemd is de quote uit het artikel, omdat er een specifiek gedeelte nou juist over Sopheon gaat. Misschien overheen gelezen.
Sometimes, the crossovers are less obvious. It has only been 16 years since software executives at Sopheon launched their company. However, in that time, the company has become a successful software developer for doctors, nurses and health care providers, food and beverage executives, communications providers and manufacturers of consumer goods.
Supporting hospitals and clinics in the management of medical processes, its Accolade software has centralized updates of the latest treatment guidelines and protocols, allowing practitioners real-time access and enabling care givers to make informed decisions about patient treatment. The company has also earned notoriety for its Evidence Monitor solution, designed to help practitioners save valuable time with the “reading robot” system that monitors journals and databases and provides news alerts helping to improve efficiency.
The company was founded in 1993 and operated for six years as Netherlands-based PolyDoc. Executives built on the company’s developments in linguistics and language management to create software applications that enabled users to capture and organize knowledge. The technology initially focused on specific processes, including hospital protocol management. By 2001, the software system’s capabilities had expanded in Europe and the U.S.
Today, the company software serves a wide-range of other industries, including aerospace and defense clients including BAE systems, the U.S. Army, Honeywell and NAVAIR. The company claims its product roadmapping and program management software has improved technology reuse within the industry.
In addition, Sopheon serves manufacturers in food and beverage, consumer goods, chemical and specialty paper, and high-tech and electronics industries with technology solutions. The company has assisted some of the world’s biggest brand names to secure their place in the market by saving millions in research and development costs. In one case study published by Sopheon, developers helped executives at communications leader Motorola to save $32 million with the use of their Vision Strategist software in the late 1990s.
Tony Piecz, manager of Planning Solutions for Motorola, champions the company’s software system: “Prior to implementing Vision Strategist, our product and technology roadmaps were spread throughout the organization. Because there was no central database for our strategic and product planning information, we were missing opportunities to get everyone on the same page and improve the efficacy of our innovation processes.”"