Local software company Digital Reasoning announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued it a patent related to image resolution.
The patent (read more here), specifically for a "system and method for coreference resolution," is part of the Cool Springs-based company's portfolio that includes five issued patents and numerous other pending patent applications.
"We are now able to perform entity resolution at an unprecedented quality and scale,” Matthew Russell, Digital Reasoning chief technology officer, said in a release. “The benefit for consumers of our technology is that they'll be able to employ a machine to identify the unique identities for people, places, and organizations across millions of documents containing human language. Transforming digital human language data into actionable information is a monumental task that is difficult for even highly competent teams of subject matter experts to accomplish, and we can now use automated and customizable processes to do it in a scalable manner.”
The patent announcement follows the company’s recent addition of two enterprise software executives. (Read more here.)
Sitemason says it is going to take on Wordpress with the release of a new content management system that will get its formal unveiling next week at the Belcourt Theatre.
The new release, Sitemason 6, has been re-imagined, re-programmed and re-designed to be the preferred alternative to WordPress and Drupal for creatives. As an alternative to other hosted systems, Sitemason has built a fully-supported, hosted platform for creatives to build their web and mobile visions.
Byron Fanning, chief relationship officer, stated, “The creative population is ready for something that doesn’t require ‘workarounds,’ ‘themes,’ and ‘throttled web traffic’ solutions. With the insight, thoughtfulness and generous contributions of some of the most respected web developers we know, we’ve re-launched the most advanced version of Sitemason for a market that reaches far beyond Nashville. However, we want the Nashville community to be the first to see and experience the new Sitemason.”
Atiba Software is getting serious about the development of applications for mobile devices and promoted one of its strategists to oversee the new Atiba Mobile division.
Amy Rochelle, who has been with Atiba since 2007, has been named director of mobile development. At the firm, she also has been a developer, designer, project manager and strategist. Before joining Atiba, she worked at Ingram Book Co. and Digital Dog Media, among others.
“The entire Atiba family is excited to see the growth of Atiba Mobile,” said Craig Anderson, chief architect for Atiba Software. “Under Amy’s leadership, this mobile team will be able to focus on building the highest quality iOS, Android and Windows apps, as well as Mobile Device Management and Location-based services.”
Rochelle earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in graphic design from Austin Peay State University.
Healthcare Management Systems, a division of Franklin-based HealthTech Holdings, has formed a partnership with Greenway Medical Technologies out of Georgia to integrate HMS’ enterprise inpatient electronic health record process with Greenway’s ambulatory solution dubbed PrimeSUITE. A statement announcing the deal, linked here, read as follows:
“Greenway is a leader in the ambulatory space, and we share their strategy of improving care and the business of healthcare. We have a number of customers exploring options for their ambulatory solutions, and we are pleased to provide them with industry-leading technology through our newest partner in Greenway,” said Steve Starkey, president of HMS. “HMS and Greenway will collaborate to help HMS customers navigate the changing landscape of healthcare while giving clinicians powerful solutions that help enhance data exchange, patient care and safety, and operational efficiency.”
As part of the alliance, HMS and Greenway will conduct joint sales and marketing activities. Customers who choose to have Greenway’s market-leading solutions integrated with HMS’ enterprise EHR will be served by a team of implementation experts from both HMS and Greenway. HMS will continue to manage its enterprise inpatient EHR, while Greenway will implement and support its solutions for HMS customers.”
Health care software developer digiChart has rebranded itself as Artemis, a move unveiled at a New Orleans industry gathering over the weekend. The 17-year-old company's move is meant to better showcase a range of products for the ob-gyn market. Brentwood-based Artemis works with 1,400 doctors and practices in 45 states.
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