Two local entrepreneurial scientists are getting international recognition for their innovative biotechnology research.
Coemergence Inc., an innovative developer of knowledge-based software for growth-related business processes, is pleased to announce it has been selected by KMWorld Magazine as one of the "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management."
The KMWorld list was conceived as a way to recognize organizations leading the way in the knowledge economy.
Diaphonics, a provider of IT security solutions based on biometric voice verification, today announced that Banco Santander International has selected Diaphonics’ Spike Server platform for voice-driven password resets and call recording. Spike Server is a complete hardware and software solution that features biometric voice verification, call recording, audit trail and management utilities.
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Local companies that want to develop high-growth, technology-based businesses will have the opportunity to benefit from the guidance and advice of another high-calibre business advisor at Innovacorp.
Dr. Lidija Marusic joined the organization on Monday, Jan. 16.
DNA Technologies, a division of CrossOff Incorporated (TSX:OFF), announced today it has signed on New York-based Barcode Technology (BTI) to its Channel Partner program. BTI is the premier developer of bar code software and information management solutions, with hundreds of thousands of companies worldwide deploying its leading edge bar coding technologies.
An Innovacorp investee company, Diaphonics Inc., recently announced they landed a new US customer.
The International Bank of Miami is using a voice verification system, Spike Server, developed by Halifax-based Diaphonics Inc.
Kytogenics Pharmaceuticals Inc. recently achieved the highest international quality standards for medical devices, ISO 13485:2003/CMDCAS and EN ISO 13485:2003.
Diaphonics Inc., a provider of security solutions based on voice verification, today announced the completion of a $3.5 Million (CAD) round of financing. New investors Covington Capital and Innovacorp were joined by previous investors BDC Venture Capital (a division of the Business Development Bank of Canada) and Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI). Diaphonics will use the new capital primarily to expand sales and marketing efforts.
Halifax-based Coeur Metrics, early stage developers of a medical device that measures the heart’s ability to pump blood, has closed a $1.5 million round of financing. Participating investors are BDC’s Technology Seed Investments and Innovacorp.
“The enthusiasm and financial support from BDC and Innovacorp are critical for us,” says Richard Hattin, CEO of Coeur Metrics. "This investment will enable us to further develop our technology based on continuing market research and complete a beta version of the product."