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iVisit Rx Wins 1st Place in CTIA Wireless 2009(R) CTIA E-Tech Awards for Innovation in Enterprise & Vertical - Healthcare Solution

...tely) simultaneously assess and treat patient wounds. Through its centralized specialist call center, care management software, and use of iVisit Rx, wtn offers patients a level of wound care expertise, standardized protocols, and quality of care that rivals the best specialty wound care clinics. ...
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Exclusive WTN Interview with Don Williamson

Dan Williamson:The CEO of In-Pipe Technology Company (environmental biotechnology) discusses no-net marketing, raising money, and changing the world one sewage plant at a time Dan Williamson, president and co-founder of In-Pipe Technology Company, has a powerful new proprietary technology t...

Epic's Founder Judy Faulkner Speaks on Culture, Business Beliefs, and Recruiting: WTN Exclusive Coverage

Fitchburg, Wis. - Judy Faulkner, founder and CEO of Epic Systems , made a rare public appearance at Accelerate Madisons monthly meeting held at the Promega BTC Center. The audience heard the CEO's perspective on on the history and operations of this unique, and successful company. For over twen...

Interview: WTN Gets Real with Appletons Brad Hansen - Dot-Com Experience helps Executive to Spot Trends

Brad Hansen joined Green Bays Nsight Telservices (www.nsighttel.com) in 2001 as Vice President and COO of Fixed Operations after an action-packed stint as Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of Chicago startup BidBuyBuild. Hansen oversees Northeast Telephone, Nsight Long Distance, Local Nsight, NET Cabl...

My View - State Government Needs Integrity To Build Investor Confidence

...iness practices to state government. I was also pleasantly surprised to see the senator refer to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (Sarbox) in his recent wtn exclusive interview. Lets look at this concept a little closer. President Bush signed Sarbox into law on July 30, 2002 in the wake of corporate accoun...

Lets Get Serious: Another Look

...ustries providing services in healthcare, information management and advanced research. I appreciate the notes, thoughtful comments and concerns of wtn readers. I even wish I could agree with many of you because it would make our future easier and more secure. Unfortunately, I am convinced that trying...

Conferences Underscore Wisconsins Role in the Health Technology Revolution

...l help to illustrate some of the great thoughts and technologies surrounding Wisconsin's Health Science and Technology Recognition Week, November 1-7. wtn will publish EXCLUSIVE articles and commentaries on the current and future state of Wisconsins technology and life science industries by thought leade...

Why Wisconsin Lags Behind the U.S. and Minnesota

...g Wisconsin's Health Science and Technology Recognition Week, November 1-7. wtn will publish EXCLUSIVE articles and commentaries on the current and future ...eam have agreed to exclusively excerpt their report in four-installments on wtn over the next three weeks Todays first installment is: Why Wisconsin ...

Angel Investing in Wisconsin

...ies seeking information about risk capital available in the state. David Ward and his team have agreed to excerpt their report in four-installments on wtn over the next three weeks the second installment is: Angel Investing in Wisconsin Wealthy individuals who make high-risk, potentially high-yi...

Community Development Venture Capital

...ies seeking information about risk capital available in the state. David Ward and his team have agreed to excerpt their report in four-installments on wtn over the next three weeks the third installment is: Community Development Venture Capital Community development venture capital is a growing ...

WTN Interview: John Pulling, Provia Software
Hitting the Wal-Mart RFID Deadline

...lette on a pilot test, and has deep expertise in applying RFID technology to distribution and manufacturing operations. Pulling recently sat down with wtn contributor Ben Bradley to share his thoughts on revolutionizing supply chains with RFID technology. WTN: Why is there such a buzz surrounding R...

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