Diaphonics, a leading provider of IT security solutions based on biometric voice verification, today announced that it has been chosen by AlwaysOn as one of the AO 100 Top Private Companies for 2007. The fifth-annual elite AO 100 list was compiled by the AlwaysOn editorial panel. In order to be eligible for the AO 100 list, companies had to be peer-nominated, with AlwaysOn receiving more than 1,000 nominations from venture investors, investment bankers and other industry experts.
Protocase Incorporated to use capital invesment to expand its technology-based operations.
The province is partnering with a national venture capital management company to help an innovative design and manufacturing company build a better box.
Premier Rodney MacDonald announced today, July 9, a $1.2 million loan to help Protocase Incorporated expand its technology-based operations and create up to 139 new jobs over the next five years. The province is partnering with GrowthWorks, one of Canada's leading retail venture capital fund managers, on the $2.65 million project.
EastMed Inc., a medical manufacturing company dedicated to inventing and bringing to market medical innovations that cater specifically to women's health, has completed an audit process with SGS (Société Générale de Surveillance) and has been recommended for ISO 13485:2003, ISO 9001:2000, and CE certifications. These certifications are standards of quality recognized and respected throughout the world.
Emergency Health Services has approved expansion of a pilot project that will put new tools and software in all of Nova Scotia's ambulances as well as EHS Lifeflight's aircraft by January 2008.
Paramedics responding to medical emergencies will now have a faster and more accurate way to track patient information.
Emergency Health Services (EHS) has approved expansion of a pilot project that will put new tools and software in all of the province's ambulances as well as EHS Lifeflight's aircraft by January 2008.
BioPassword Inc., the leader in software-only strong authentication, today announced a strategic partnership with Diaphonics Inc., a leading provider of IT security solutions based on biometric voice verification. The combined offering will provide organizations with multi-factor authentication that is easily deployable, cost effective and unobtrusive to end users. It will further help organizations comply with increased government regulations for stronger authentication.
Innovacorp is proud to announce its partnership with the National Research Council’s (NRC) Atlantic Initiative.
The Synergy! Initiative pilot project will benefit Nova Scotia-based life sciences companies by combining the business expertise of Innovacorp’s mentoring team and the technology development expertise of NRC. The goal is to create synergy between Innovacorp’s life sciences clients and NRC’s programs, and to assist clients in funding and conducting research activities that would otherwise be difficult to complete.
ImmunoVaccine Technologies Inc. (IVT) appoints Dr. Michel Klein and Dr. Walter Storkus, international experts in immunology, to its scientific advisory board.
Innovacorp's president & CEO Dan MacDonald was recently appointed chair of the Nova Scotia Sales Awards. The annual initiative was established this year to honour the province's best sales professionals, recognize excellence, and elevate the profession in the region.
As a founder and champion of this initiative, Innovacorp played a key role in establishing the awards’ strategic intent, categories, and nomination process. The organization also helped manage event sponsorship, promotion and logistics.
Medusa Medical Technologies Inc. (Medusa) enters into an agreement with Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) to outfit 2,600, or 60 per cent, of the ambulances in England with the Siren ePCR™ Suite, Medusa's electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) and data-management software. Medusa will support CSC's work with the United Kingdom's National Health Service (NHS) on the NHS' Connecting for Health program to improve healthcare service for patients. CSC is currently implementing this program for the NHS across the North, the Midlands and the East of England.
The Entrepreneurs' Forum today, May 29, launched its Business Advisory Service Program for Immigrant Entrepreneurs. The mentoring program offers newcomers business advice from experienced business people who can help them overcome business challenges.
Advisors will help immigrants develop their business plan so that they can start their business in Nova Scotia. They also help immigrant entrepreneurs develop networks within the business community, increase knowledge of the local business environment and of the resources available to them.