Franklin-based mobile application developer Metova has acquired from Virginia-based epcSolutions a set of hardware, trademarks, patents and other assets related to RFID technology. The company also has brought on epcSolutions co-founder Chuck Williams to lead its RFID push into the public school arena and other areas.
Metova and Ntegral Applications announced today they have launched DocNow, an iPad application that assists therapists with the tedious process of recording notes for speech, occupational and physical therapy.
The two entities unveiled DocNow to more than 250 special education professionals at the annual Arkansas Association of Special Education Administrators conference, which was held June 24 in Eureka Springs, Ark.
With DocNow, users can manage their caseloads on-the-go, documenting sessions from remote areas to save time and increase efficiency. Previously, people would have to manually log information on paper during a therapy session and transfer that information into an electronic system at another time.
“With just a couple of taps, DocNow records and tracks progress made towards clients’ goals and objectives,” John Adams, CEO of Franklin-based Metova. “The mobile application produces easy-to-access reports and provides statistics and analytics for parents, staff and management.”
Ntegral Applications is based in Little Rock, Ark.
Mobile application development firm Metova has promoted Beverly Massengill to lead developer. Massengill joined Metova in January of last year as a developer. She will continue that work but also assist and mentor other developers. Before coming to Franklin-based Metova, Massengill assisted in research on graph-based anomaly detection as a computer science graduate student at Tennessee Technological University.
Mobile phone software developer Metova has added four developers and one quality assurance engineer to its roster, officials announced today. The developers are Benjamin “Seth” Beech, Jamie Hignite, David Mays and Kalan Lee Stowe. Taylor Jackson is the quality assurance engineer.
Beech received a bachelor’s of electrical engineering from Auburn University. Hignite previously worked with the Information Technology Support Services for the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command. She also worked for four years developing web applications for Yum! Brands. Mays and Stowe graduated from Auburn with a bachelor’s in software engineering.
“All of our new developers are proficient in multiple programming languages, but more importantly, they are all great thinkers and problem solvers,” said David Lane, Metova’s vice president of technology. “Their diverse backgrounds in Web and graphic design and computer related services will complement the diverse needs of Metova’s client base.”
Jackson’s role with Metova will be to test client’s mobile applications and to improve the development of those applications. He earned his bachelor’s of science in business administration degree from Tennessee Technology University.
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