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Disruptive Leaders: Disrupting Tradition in the Leadership Space

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Leadership in the workplace has been ever evolving for years now, despite the commonplace leadership traditions most places try to abide by. But leaders must adapt to new and modern changes, as it’s expected that a lot of factors pertinent to leadership will change in the next 10 years, according to Gartner. Disruptive leaders […]

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Disruptive Leaders: Disrupting Tradition in the Leadership Space

Leadership in the workplace has been ever evolving for years now, despite the commonplace leadership traditions most places try to abide by. But leaders must adapt to new and modern changes, as it’s expected that a lot of factors pertinent to leadership will change in the next 10 years, according to Gartner. Disruptive leaders […]

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Upscaling Employees to Maximize Company Potential and Growth

The ever-increasing role technology and innovation play in today’s workplace mean that even the most educated and trained workers will require varying degrees of upskilling, retraining, and upscaling employees to meet current and future demands. And with the talent pool getting increasingly competitive, organizations that do not provide those education and training opportunities may […]

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Recognizing the Value of the Skilled Trades

People value skilled trades for the everyday necessities they bring to life. From plumbing to electrical, machinists, and construction, trades play a vital role worldwide. They make the world happen. Unfortunately, there is a growing gap in the skilled trades workforce, despite high wages, employer-funded training, readily available positions, and the opportunity to apply […]

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Food & Beverage
Finding and Keeping Great People to Help Achieve Your Vision

José Andrés, Chef and Founder of World Central Kitchen, once said, “The business of feeding people is the most amazing business in the world.” While this rings true for many chefs and restaurant owners, the last several years have put businesses in delicate financial situations and has resulted in numerous closures across the […]

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Public Libraries are Protecting Against Censorship and Introducing E-Sports

Within the last six to eight years, what qualifies as fact-based information has been challenged by several political groups and debates. Advocacy for censorship has been on the rise; this is especially true for young adult books involving LGBTQ+ themes and books centering around people of color. While censorship demands were predominately held in […]

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Healthcare
Waco Go Red Event Raising Awareness for Heart Diseases like HCM

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a type of heart disease in which the heart muscle thickens without an obvious cause, making it harder for the heart to pump blood. HCM can result in chest pain, breathlessness, and fainting and may increase the chance of sudden cardiac death. But why is this important? With the […]

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The Stats Say Alcohol Intake is Down, but the Demand for Flavor is Not. Can the Mocktail Movement Meet Consumer’s Alcohol-Free Needs?
February 4, 2023

The holiday months are filled with indulgent food and drink, spurring the “Dry January” event, which has become a movement many partake in with the dawning of the New Year. In 2021, NIelsonIQ found that 22 percent of U.S. consumers stated they were decreasing their alcohol intake, and non-alcoholic beverage sales were up 19 […]

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Healthcare Cyberattacks
Healthcare Cyberattacks Grew in 2022
February 3, 2023

Concerning data from cybersecurity firm Check Point indicates an increase in cyberattacks on healthcare organizations by 74% in 2022 from the previous year. Healthcare is currently the third most attacked global industry (1,463 attacks per week) behind government/military (1,661 attacks per week) and education/research (2,314 attacks per week.) And in the United States, Healthcare […]

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Top Trends at CES 2023 from Bosch, John Deere, and More
February 3, 2023

Top notch technology and top notch attendance secured CES 2023 its gold medal; to put it simply, this year’s CES was a huge success. The world’s largest and most prominent consumer electronics and technology exhibition, CES served its usual role as a testing ground for ground-breaking innovations across multiple verticals. From 5G to Web3, and […]

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Latest 10 Minutes to a Better Building

10 Minutes to a Better Building
The Benefits of Boland Professional Development Courses
October 11, 2022

Educating service shops, building owners, engineers, salespersons, and other people in the industry is a point of pride for Boland. Their professional development classes give folks knowledge and training on the equipment they work on or have in their buildings. Del Johnson, Special Project Leader at Boland, spoke with Tyler Kern about the program’s many […]

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10 Minutes to a Better Building: Finding Utility Incentives for Your Building

Building owners and property managers may be familiar with the various rebates and programs associated with equipment within the scope of their buildings. Still, there are other utility incentives available that aren’t as known. Emily Herchenroeder, Energy Solutions Team Leader at Boland, joined Tyler Kern to shed more light on some of those other utility […]

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10 Minutes to a Better Building: The Importance of Rental Services for Facilities

Facilities managers know that contingency planning is necessary for any effective building operation. Part of those contingencies is access to rental services. John Finucan, Senior Rental Project Executive at Boland, joined host 10 Minutes to a Better Building host Tyler Kern to talk about the importance of rental services. Finucan is the ideal expert to […]

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10 Minutes to a Better Building: Exploring WELL Certification to Boost Businesses

Living, working, and recreational environments can make all the difference when it comes to your health, mood, and wellbeing. Host Tyler Kern spoke with Tom Lattomus, Controls Account Executive at Boland, about the WELL Building Certification, which affords business owners the opportunity to positively impact these environments to improve health. The WELL Building Certification […]

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10 Minutes to a Better Building: Exploring WELL Certification to Boost Businesses
December 7, 2021

Living, working, and recreational environments can make all the difference when it comes to your health, mood, and wellbeing. Host Tyler Kern spoke with Tom Lattomus, Controls Account Executive at Boland, about the WELL Building Certification, which affords business owners the opportunity to positively impact these environments to improve health. The WELL Building Certification […]

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10 Minutes to a Better Build: Determine if Modular Chillers Are the Right Design Choice for Your Building Upgrade

Brad Snodgrass, global account manager at Boland Trane, explained to Host Tyler Kern about modular chillers’ benefits and how Boland works with customers to ensure an upgrade is the right move for them. Instead of the traditional physically separated chillers, modular chillers have one point of electrical connection with a factory control component—this means a […]

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How the Supply Chain Shortage is Affecting Commercial HVAC Supply and Distribution

“The HVAC industry right now is dealing with the same issues that virtually every other industry is facing at the moment,” Alexis said. Over the past year and a half, the pandemic caused numerous issues to the supply chain. The Biden Administration is pushing for relief, but it looks like problems will exist through […]

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EP 26: VRF Systems Provide Flexible Heating & Cooling Options: 10 Minutes To A Better Building

On this episode of 10 Minutes To A Better Building, Host Tyler Kern talked with Jason Lawrence, Ductless Technical Specialist at Boland Trane, which provides HVAC solutions and a network of more than 360 locations throughout the United States and Canada. They dove into VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow), the ins and outs, and when VRF […]

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EP 26: VRF Systems Provide Flexible Heating & Cooling Options: 10 Minutes To A Better Building
October 20, 2021

On this episode of 10 Minutes To A Better Building, Host Tyler Kern talked with Jason Lawrence, Ductless Technical Specialist at Boland Trane, which provides HVAC solutions and a network of more than 360 locations throughout the United States and Canada. They dove into VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow), the ins and outs, and when VRF […]

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Clients need a strategic partner who provides true value and ongoing support

Boland’s client partnerships are at the heart of everything they do. But what does that partnership look like from the client’s end? To determine precisely how clients feel about working with Boland and what makes this relationship so unique, Tyler Kern brought in two leaders from one of Boland’s partners, Tatitlek Technologies. Brian Stokes, […]

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The ROI Your Organization Gains from Powerful Service Contracts

On this episode of Boland’s 10 Minutes to a Better Building, host Tyler Kern was joined by Boland’s Joe Lodico, Account Representative, and Monica Lucas, Account Executive. The trio explored a critical piece of any organization’s effort to get the most out of their facilities and their investment in them – service contracts. “A […]

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Contractual Compliance Sustains a Better Building

Any organization that owns buildings understands the importance of maintaining them with regular service calls. Many have contracts with service providers, but not all of them are met on time. If that occurs, building owners can find themselves in need of emergency repairs to their HVAC unit. That’s not the case for today’s guest on […]

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A Bit About
A Bit About: Leveraging Security Systems to Drive Value in Retail: CEO Perspectives
November 18, 2021

“Through the ability to do analytics and, as well as demographic identification through surveillance systems, leveraging security systems to help retail organizations identify customers, identify patterns of purchases, traffic cloves of people are really powerful solutions,” Leiponis said. Security systems have many applications for retail beyond their initial use case. A Bit About, a Parabit Systems […]

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The Benefits of Optimized Video Surveillance Sensor Placement

“Capturing good facial images is important, especially when you’re dealing with customer-facing environments,” Joseph said. On this episode of A Bit About, a podcast by Parabit Systems, Host Hilary Kennedy talked with Rob Leiponis, CEO and President of Parabit Systems, and Stephen Joseph, Segment Development Manager of Banking and Finance at Axis Communications. Axis offers […]

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Elevating Passenger Experience: The Application of Airport Innovation

Let the Journey Take Flight is the motto of the new terminal at Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport in Brownsville, Texas. Open since January; this state-of-the-art facility is ready to take business and leisure passengers wherever their journeys lie. And to ensure this terminal can handle the needs of both today and tomorrow, […]

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Latest A Look Through the Lens with SiOnyx

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SiOnyx Job Opportunity: Seeking Sales Rep for the Night Vision Camera that Inspires Community
August 16, 2019

Alec Baldwin immortalized the salesman’s mantra in the film Glengarry Glen Ross when he said: “Always Be Closing.” That task is made simple when you’re selling a cool product like a night vision camera. On today’s Jobcast, Dan Cui, vice president of sales & marketing at SiOnyx, revealed the type of person he’s looking […]

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Listen: Making a Product an Experience with Dan Cui of SiOnyx

On today’s podcast, I chat with Dan Cui from SiOnyx. We discuss the advancements in the concept of wearables, the benefits of being able to have superhuman vision at night, and the future of cellphone. For the latest news, videos, and podcasts in the Software & Technology Industry, be sure to subscribe to our […]

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Latest A Move in the Light Direction

A Move in the Light Direction
Is UVC the Future of Infection Prevention Technology?
February 2, 2021

The risk of cross-contamination and mass infections in healthcare settings has always been an issue, but in the midst of a raging pandemic, that problem has been exacerbated even further. However, with many hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities already stretched thin, an affordable solution that requires minimal time and effort to use is […]

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Easing the PPE Strain During the Pandemic

During the early days of the pandemic, one of the healthcare community’s challenges was a critical lack of PPE to fight the coronavirus. Ryan Madewell, Director of Environmental Services at Hunt Regional Healthcare for Vanguard Resources, spoke about this problem and how Surfacide’s UV-C solutions helped keep front-line workers and patients safe. Even before […]

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How Healthcare Organizations Are Navigating Compliance Challenges during the COVID Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has strained healthcare systems and those who work in them all over the world. But, with more patients and more work, there cannot be a reduction in standards or compliance. Rich Feczko, National Director of Standards & Innovation for Compass One Healthcare, is one of many mourning the recent loss of […]

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UV-C’s Role in Fighting COVID-19

Multidrug-resistant pathogens are an increasing concern in healthcare. Finding new ways and technologies to fight these pathogens is what led Gunner Lyslo to create Surfacide UV-C, an infection prevention solution. Lyslo, Founder and CEO of Surfacide, spoke to Tyler Kern about the technology’s ability to play a role in fighting COVID-19. Lyslo developed Surfacide […]

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UV-C’s Role in Fighting COVID-19
October 13, 2020

Multidrug-resistant pathogens are an increasing concern in healthcare. Finding new ways and technologies to fight these pathogens is what led Gunner Lyslo to create Surfacide UV-C, an infection prevention solution. Lyslo, Founder and CEO of Surfacide, spoke to Tyler Kern about the technology’s ability to play a role in fighting COVID-19. Lyslo developed Surfacide […]

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Latest A Propensity to Talk Density

A Propensity to Talk Density
A Propensity to Talk Density: Exploration Challenges and Opportunities in Malaysia
February 25, 2022

Roy Kittrell, Regional Geologist (Asia Pacific) at Bell Geospace, is a veteran in the oil & gas space. After fifteen years in the industry, Kittrell said he’s worked on everything from core analysis centimeter-scale geology to field scales with geological modeling. So, how did this dual national American/British Geologist find himself working for Bell Geospace […]

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It’s All about Carbonates

A Propensity to Talk Density tapped three “rock stars” in the geophysical and geology space to discuss the importance of carbonates. Lending their thoughts and expertise were Colm Murphy, Chief Geoscientist at Bell Geospace, Graham Banks, Founder of Route to Reserves, and Jean Hsieh, Geoscientist for Sedimentary Geologist Consultants. “Modelling carbonate rocks, or ‘reservoirs’ of […]

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Minerals and Gravity Gradiometry – The Whole World in Your Hands

Gravity and density are both critical to mineral explorers. The art of measuring variations in it, called gravity gradiometry, is of key importance to the oil and gas and mining industries. To glean some expert insights, A Propensity to Talk Density host Tyler Kern spoke with experts Dr. Tim Wright, Director and Principal Geoscientist at […]

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Geothermal Exploration ‘Takes Flight’ with FTG

Geothermal energy is a hot topic in the energy space. However, locating geothermal energy requires complex surveys. There are many options, but innovative companies are taking to the skies. Discussing how these surveys work with FTG (Full Tensor Gradiometry), Bell Geospace Lead Geophysicist Alan Morgan joined host Hilary Kennedy on the company’s podcast. Morgan is […]

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Geothermal Exploration ‘Takes Flight’ with FTG
June 3, 2021

Geothermal energy is a hot topic in the energy space. However, locating geothermal energy requires complex surveys. There are many options, but innovative companies are taking to the skies. Discussing how these surveys work with FTG (Full Tensor Gradiometry), Bell Geospace Lead Geophysicist Alan Morgan joined host Hilary Kennedy on the company’s podcast. Morgan is […]

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Latest Accelerating Texas K12 Education

Accelerating Texas K12 Education
K12 Summit Educator Series: Bringing Bilingual Education to the Forefront
May 5, 2022

To kick off its first episode, host of K12 Summit’s new Educator Series podcast, JW Marshall, spoke with Dr. Liz Garza Garcia, president of BEAM with 16 years in education. While “Lizzie,” as nicknamed in college, would have never been associated with teaching, Garcia began mentoring and tutoring students in junior college. The experience […]

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K12 Summit Educator Series: Supporting Bilingualism Across Texas

Host of K12 Summit’s Educator Series podcast, JW Marshall, sat down with David Nungaray, the public relations chair for the Texas Association of Bilingual Education (TABE) and bilingual consulting partner with The New Teacher Project. Growing up as a bilingual student himself, Nungaray has a mission of elevating the importance of multilingual education. For his […]

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Summit K12: The Power of Student Choice Reading Programs

Roni Burren, President of TCTELA, is a self-professed lover of books, children, and justice. She is a longtime K12 educator and current adjunct professor at the University of Houston. She spoke with JW Marshall about her role as president of the Texas Council of Teachers of English Language Arts and its focus on supporting ELA […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education: Connecting the real world to the classroom.

For twenty-seven years, Jen Meyer, President of Science Teachers Associations of Texas (STAT) and educator, has been well-versed in education ranging from elementary to special education. Meyer, the coordinator for elementary science, describes her career as an “Interesting and exciting educational career.”Meyer shares that fellow educators she has known have amazed her with the community’s […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education
Accelerating Texas K12 Education: Connecting the real world to the classroom.
March 8, 2022

For twenty-seven years, Jen Meyer, President of Science Teachers Associations of Texas (STAT) and educator, has been well-versed in education ranging from elementary to special education. Meyer, the coordinator for elementary science, describes her career as an “Interesting and exciting educational career.”Meyer shares that fellow educators she has known have amazed her with the community’s […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education: The Importance of Personalized Instruction for Students

The core foundation of every successful movement in cultivating change and growth is education. Former district superintendent and current Executive Director of The Texas School Alliance, Dr. Curtis Culwell, joined host J.W. Marshall to speak about educational policy, innovation, and student experience. Dr. Culwell realizes that not every student starts at the same place; wherein […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 education: The Future of Innovation in School Districts

In this episode of Accelerating Texas K12 Education, host, JW Marshall, of Summit K12, is joined by Doug Roberts, Founder/CEO of, the Institute for Education Innovation. The two discussed what dive into what it is that Robert’s organization does at both a local and national level. Robert’s also offereds insights on into the past, present, […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education: Bilingual/ESL Education Association of The Metroplex and Their Annual Symposium

Liz Garza-Garcia, BEAM (Bilingual/ESL Education Association of the Metroplex for the North Central Texas Region) President, began her education journey with a simple goal in mind: to become an educator. During her University Studies, a professor changed Garza-Garcia’s direction, instilling in her the idea that if she possessed the ability to speak or learn another […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education
Accelerating Texas K12 Education: Bilingual/ESL Education Association of The Metroplex and Their Annual Symposium
February 18, 2022

Liz Garza-Garcia, BEAM (Bilingual/ESL Education Association of the Metroplex for the North Central Texas Region) President, began her education journey with a simple goal in mind: to become an educator. During her University Studies, a professor changed Garza-Garcia’s direction, instilling in her the idea that if she possessed the ability to speak or learn another […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education: The Future of K12 Education

Podcast host JW Marshall welcomed guest Dr. Melana Silvia, former curriculum Director of Pre-K through 12 Math and Science program for the Calallen Independent School District, Corpus Christi, TX to discuss the past, present, and future state of education on the popular podcast Accelerating Texas K12 Education. Dr. Silvia spent 33 years in education with […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education: TASA: Putting the Public Back into Public Education

With the education sector completely disrupted from the pandemic, school administration and students alike are feeling anxiety and pressure from the uncertainty and instability of the world. What does the ‘new normal’ look like for educating students? How are schools handling staff burnout? Answering these questions and more on Accelerating Texas K12 Education is Kevin […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education from Summit K12 Education

Summit K12’s vision is “Creating a digital platform that differences and accelerates learning for every student.” John Kresky, Founder and CEO of Summit K12, joined Host Tyler Kern to discuss how this vision came to fruition and how Summit K12 is growing into this Kresky began his career working at Study Island, an online test […]

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Latest Adapt Energy

Adapt Energy
Adapt Energy: Rolling Blackouts, Microgrids, and Elevated Energy Automation
April 13, 2021

In February of 2021, Texas went through an energy crisis, with many residents experiencing rolling blackouts. PanTech Design CEO Troy Morgan joined host Tyler Kern to talk about this phenomenon, what rolling blackouts are, why they occur and how solutions like microgrids and energy automation can help reduce them. “You’ll find rolling blackouts happening throughout […]

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Adapt Energy: A Closer Look at the Adapt Energy System’s Design Process

How do you design a perfect product? Although the idea of perfection is a subjective one, when Troy Morgan and Alex Teague envisioned their ideal Adapt Energy system, they knew they wanted it to be a reliable one above all else. Morgan and Teague, who are PanTech Design’s CEO and COO respectively, then began designing […]

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Home Automation and Energy Management Make a Powerful Team

Companies like PanTech Design rely on marketing agencies such as One Firefly to help them bring their solutions in home automation and energy management to a market that’s gaining momentum every day. Ron Callis, Founder and CEO of One Firefly, joined Troy Morgan, Founder and CEO of PanTech Design, to discuss today’s home […]

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Adapt Energy: The Importance of Clean and Constant Power within an Unreliable Grid

PanTech Design sees the future, and it is one of energy monitoring, load control and ensuring clean and constant power flow for commercial and home consumption. Troy Morgan, Founder and CEO of PanTech Design, and Joe Piccirilli, Managing Director and CEO of Rosewater Energy Group, popped by Adapt Energy to discuss the importance […]

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Adapt Energy: The Importance of Clean and Constant Power within an Unreliable Grid
August 20, 2020

PanTech Design sees the future, and it is one of energy monitoring, load control and ensuring clean and constant power flow for commercial and home consumption. Troy Morgan, Founder and CEO of PanTech Design, and Joe Piccirilli, Managing Director and CEO of Rosewater Energy Group, popped by Adapt Energy to discuss the importance […]

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Adapt Energy: Home Energy Storage Solutions for Solar

Troy Morgan, CEO, PanTech Design and Blake Richetta, CEO, Sonnen USA  kicked off the first episode of Adapt Energy with a discussion on the rise of home energy storage and why the viability of solar depends on it. A few years ago, PanTech Design began developing energy automation systems to work within the […]

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Latest Advanced Automation

Advanced Automation
New Innovations: A Look Into Güdel and the World of FlowMotion
July 20, 2022

Güdel is the prime example of quality in European design, a Switzerland based company that’s had its fresh start in gear racks and pinions in the early 1950s. Flash-forward to today, they’ve expanded their platform into linear modules and robotics, offering a full range of single and multi-access platforms. Güdel has since differentiated from its […]

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CalTV: Advancing Technologies & AMR – Impact to Industry, Manufacturing and Commercial Environments

Host of CalTV, Joe Gemma, welcomed renowned robotics engineer Melonee Wise, VP of Robotics Automation at Zebra Technologies. Wise is one of six winners of the coveted 2022 Engelberger Award Winner – the equivalent of the Nobel Prize in the robotics industry – and nicknamed the “Robot Ninja” for her impressive work in the field. […]

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A Successful Project’s Lifecycle Through Project Management

With increased technology and automation, innovation comes with new ideas which leads to new projects and initiatives being created. Who can handle the job? One of the most important roles in any organization: the project manager role. Project managers possess a variety of set skills and oftentimes wear many hats to oversee a specific […]

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Exploring Careers in Engineering and Science with Dr. Doreen Edwards

On this episode of Advanced Automation by Calvary Robotics, Host Josh Gravelle talked with Dr. Doreen Edwards, the Dean of the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Kate Gleason College of Engineering. Edwards holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University. She has served as the principal investigator on fundamental and applied research projects, […]

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Advanced Automation
Exploring Careers in Engineering and Science with Dr. Doreen Edwards
November 16, 2021

On this episode of Advanced Automation by Calvary Robotics, Host Josh Gravelle talked with Dr. Doreen Edwards, the Dean of the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Kate Gleason College of Engineering. Edwards holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University. She has served as the principal investigator on fundamental and applied research projects, […]

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Challenges and Opportunities for the Future of Manufacturing Automation

Each team member brings something unique to the table at Calvary Robotics. Their experience and expertise ensure that the company innovates and provides the best products for its users. On Advanced Automation, host Josh Gravelle spoke with Jamie Green, Director of Manufacturing, Calgary Robotics. Green has over 23 years of experience in manufacturing and […]

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How to Overcome Skilled Labor Shortages in the United States

Demand for American manufactured goods is soaring, and March 2021 set a three-year high for U.S. manufacturing activity. Yet, there are currently 500,000 skilled labor positions unfilled. What’s the answer to closing the shortage gap? That’s the topic for CalTV, as host Tyler Kern spoke to return guest Joe Gemma, Global VP Sales and Marketing at Calvary […]

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Robotics Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Robotics and automation were already on the uptick heading into 2020, but COVID-19 has spurred even more people to look into innovation. Education is a big part of the job for Jeff Burnstein, President of the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), who said the pandemic has made businesses get curious about what robots might be […]

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Robotics Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic
September 23, 2020

Robotics and automation were already on the uptick heading into 2020, but COVID-19 has spurred even more people to look into innovation. Education is a big part of the job for Jeff Burnstein, President of the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), who said the pandemic has made businesses get curious about what robots might be […]

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Latest AirIQ with Field Controls

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AirIQ: The Benefits of Steam Humidifiers
November 21, 2019

John Cotton, Tech Support and Project Coordinator at Field Controls, spoke on this episode of AirIQ about the benefits of installing an indoor steam humidifier. Indoor heating systems draw moisture out of the air and adds personal discomfort, drying of the skin, and static build-up that can cause damage to electronics. Cotton recommended the […]

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AirIQ : How Quality HVAC Systems Let Buildings Breathe

Whether it’s in the heat of July, or the chill of January, residential and commercial heating and cooling systems are necessary assets to the operation of our daily lives. On this episode of AirIQ, we dove into how to make HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) systems more efficient, environmentally friendly, and fool-proof with John […]

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AirIQ: Managing Humidity in Today’s Well-Insulated Homes is Tricky

It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity, right? Living in the south comes with knowing how to handle humidity inside and out, but even facility managers might not realize the lasting impact humidity has on a building and its occupants. On this episode of AirIQ with Field Controls, host Daniel Litwin sat down with […]

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AirIQ: How Whole House Fans Keep People Cool While Cutting Costs

When it comes to keeping cool this summer, many people will reluctantly turn on a costly A/C unit. But smart homeowners will activate their whole house fan, designed to lower temperatures within a living space at a fraction of the cost of mechanical cooling. On today’s episode of AirIQ, Tim Barton, director of ventilation […]

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AirIQ: How Whole House Fans Keep People Cool While Cutting Costs
July 3, 2019

When it comes to keeping cool this summer, many people will reluctantly turn on a costly A/C unit. But smart homeowners will activate their whole house fan, designed to lower temperatures within a living space at a fraction of the cost of mechanical cooling. On today’s episode of AirIQ, Tim Barton, director of ventilation […]

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AirIQ with Field Controls: Why Indoor Air Quality Matters to Everyone, Even You

Residential air quality affects more than your family’s health; it costs time, money, and resources. On this episode of AirIQ brought to you by Field Controls, host Tyler Kern sits down with Ed Reynolds, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Field Controls, to discuss concerning facts about indoor air quality. Indoor air quality […]

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Latest AliTalks by AliMed

AliTalks by AliMed
AliTalks: Nurses Shouldn’t Have to DIY Patient Positioners
September 12, 2019

When patients are undergoing surgery, nurses work to ensure their patients are in the safest, proper position whether they’re lying on their back supine, face down prone, or even inverted in Trendelenburg position. To do this, healthcare providers use foam, gel, or bean bag positioners to properly support their patients, but some hospitals are […]

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The Unspoken Need for Speech Pathologists in Healthcare with Sandy Grafton

Speech Pathologists, once thought of as merely consultants for those with a stutter, are essential medical professionals that treat much more than a stammer. Today, speech pathologists are in high demand as conditions like dementia and brain injury are on the rise. The world is awakening to the indispensable need for speech pathologists as […]

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Operating Room Turnover Kits are Saving Time, Money, and Preventing Infections

It seems healthcare professionals at care facilities are trying to do more with less time and resources: more patients, fewer nurses, less reimbursement from Medicare, and rising demands from health insurance companies. But at a time when some patients — an estimated 650,000 annually — are coming out of hospitals sicker than they were before […]

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Latest All Systems Go

All Systems Go
AR and Mixed Reality More Disruptive Than AI, Report Claims
August 4, 2021

Manufacturers may only just be coming to terms with artificial intelligence (AI) and seeking to assess its potential value and impact but hold on: it is reported that some existing technologies, including augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR) will be more disruptive, more quickly.   Some technologies are born disruptive, some […]

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What’s the True Cost of Machine Downtime?

The continuous modernization of industrial processes is dizzying and exciting. All Systems Go is a show that intends to demystify the varying technologies—from UAVs and robotics to supply chain software and virtual reality sims—and how they will advance everything from logistics to manufacturing across the globe. Senseye’s recently-launched report, “The True Cost of Downtime,” found that […]

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UK Manufacturers Highlight the Power of Unity during Ventilator Shortage

The continuous modernization of industrial processes is dizzying and exciting. All Systems Go is a show that intends to demystify the varying technologies—from UAVs and robotics to supply chain software and virtual reality sims—and how they will advance everything from logistics to manufacturing across the globe. The Ventilator Challenge UK, led by Dick Elsy, recently […]

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How Will AI Achieve Its Transformational Potential?

The continuous modernization of industrial processes is dizzying and exciting. All Systems Go is a show that intends to demystify the varying technologies—from UAVs and robotics to supply chain software and virtual reality sims—and how they will advance everything from logistics to manufacturing across the globe.   AI has transformational potential, but the technology isn’t […]

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All Systems Go
How Will AI Achieve Its Transformational Potential?
July 14, 2021

The continuous modernization of industrial processes is dizzying and exciting. All Systems Go is a show that intends to demystify the varying technologies—from UAVs and robotics to supply chain software and virtual reality sims—and how they will advance everything from logistics to manufacturing across the globe.   AI has transformational potential, but the technology isn’t […]

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How to Accelerate Automation by Targeting Productivity Gaps

The continuous modernization of industrial processes is dizzying and exciting. All Systems Go is a show that intends to demystify the varying technologies—from UAVs and robotics to supply chain software and virtual reality sims—and how they will advance everything from logistics to manufacturing across the globe.   Productivity is a critical metric for any manufacturing […]

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How Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Can Help Meet the Needs of Tomorrow

The continuous modernization of industrial processes is dizzying and exciting. All Systems Go is a show that intends to demystify the varying technologies—from UAVs and robotics to supply chain software and virtual reality sims—and how they will advance everything from logistics to manufacturing across the globe.   Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) have been talked of […]

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66,000 Electric Vehicles
Are We There Yet?
United States Postal Service Buys 66,000 Electric Vehicles
January 4, 2023

The United States Postal Service is purchasing 66,000 electric vehicles as they work to upgrade their fleet. The entire purchase will bring 106,000 new vehicles to the fleet by 2028. The cost for the upgrade is in the neighborhood of about $9.5 billion, about $3 billion of which is from the Inflation Reduction Act. […]

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A Pioneer within the Electrification Movement, Bob Galyen.

MarketScale’s “Are We There Yet?” podcast series Host Grant Harrell had an electrifying conversation with Bob Galyen, CEO of Galyen Energy LLC, a pioneer within the electrification movement.  Within this powerful conversation and episode, Harrell and Galyen discuss the advancement of the electrification movement, current projects, and future predictions.   Bob Galyen CEO of Galyen […]

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Indy Autonomous Challenge Powered by Cisco Race at the Texas Motor Speedway

As the world’s only fully autonomous racing competition, the Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC) series defies industry boundaries through connecting and advancing autonomous technology, STEM education, and racing. During the series of challenges, university teams from around the world compete to increase the safety and performance of fully autonomous vehicles using advanced driver-assistance systems.  The […]

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The HIGHEST-FLYING Conference of the Year, 2022 NBAA BACE

Every year there is one place to find all of the cutting-edge technology leading the business aviation space: The NBAA BACE Conference. This annual event, hosted this year in Orlando, Florida, is truly the epicenter of exciting things happening in business aviation. Every company and industry leader were at this year’s premier event, showcasing new […]

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The HIGHEST-FLYING Conference of the Year, 2022 NBAA BACE
November 15, 2022

Every year there is one place to find all of the cutting-edge technology leading the business aviation space: The NBAA BACE Conference. This annual event, hosted this year in Orlando, Florida, is truly the epicenter of exciting things happening in business aviation. Every company and industry leader were at this year’s premier event, showcasing new […]

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Are We There Yet? Advancing Driver Safety and Savings Through Data and AI

InsurTech 2.0 brings next-level promise in digital capabilities for the insurance industry, and that’s a good thing. Estimates show the InsurTech market will increase by $33.73 billion from 2020 to 2025, and the market’s growth momentum will accelerate at a CAGR of 45.28%. What are some of these technological innovations that promise to usher in […]

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The State of Facility Management: IFMA World Workplace 2022

In the latest, special-edition episode of “Are We There Yet?”, host Grant Harrell speaks with leaders in facility management about current and forthcoming changes in the field. Harrell discusses his visit to the annual IFMA World Workplace 2022, which kicked off in Nashville, Tennessee over the course of three days in late September. Harrell noted […]

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The Most POWERFUL Conference of the Year, The Battery Show 2022

Grant Harrell, host of Are We There Yet? had the pleasure of attending Informa Markets’ The Battery Show in Novi, Michigan from September 13-15, 2022. The show featured the latest trends and topics in the transportation and mobility industry. It is the “largest battery and electric vehicle technologies trade show in America.”  When it comes to […]

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Highlights of the 2022 Battery Show
Are We There Yet?
The Most POWERFUL Conference of the Year, The Battery Show 2022
September 30, 2022

Grant Harrell, host of Are We There Yet? had the pleasure of attending Informa Markets’ The Battery Show in Novi, Michigan from September 13-15, 2022. The show featured the latest trends and topics in the transportation and mobility industry. It is the “largest battery and electric vehicle technologies trade show in America.”  When it comes to […]

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Designing Energy and Power Solutions for a Sustainable Future, Today!

In the latest episode of “Are We There Yet?”, host Grant Harrell interviewed Erika Lauren Guerrero, the founder and CEO of Electric Goddess — a California battery consultation and testing company, along with Luke Workman, the company’s Chief Scientist. The pair talked with Harrell about their experience in the electric transportation field, the state of […]

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The Highest-Flying Wing-Borne Aircraft in Human History

From cutting-edge design to research ambitions, Are We There Yet? hosts conversations with a plethora of people and companies making waves in the transportation industry. Most recently, Grant Harrell chatted with Ed Warnock, the CEO of the Perlan Project, an aerospace and climate-focused human-flight glider, about the internationally-celebrated research project. As the world’s highest, sub-sonic […]

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How Michigan is Working to Ensure Leadership in the Future of Mobility

Host Grant Harrell welcomed Charlie Tyson, a Technology Activation Manager under the Michigan Economic Development Corporation to Are We There Yet? to discuss Michigan’s initiatives in transportation technology.  Michigan boasts a rich history of leadership in the automotive industry. Michigan is home to nearly 50 of the Top 100 PEC centers and twenty-six OEM automotive […]

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Latest Around the Table

Around the Table
Around the Table: Expanded Customer Service for the Foodservice Equipment Industry
July 10, 2020

Dennis Wendt, Technical Service Manager for Antunes, knows when a customer’s foodservice equipment goes down, every moment spent waiting for a repair is money lost. As a service manager, Wendt’s goal is to address the issue as fast as possible either through technical assistance on the phone or on that very first service visit. […]

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Around the Table: Automation in Quick-Service Restaurants

In the age of technology, convenience reigns king. In the quick-service restaurant (QSR) industry, where convenience and speed are part of the product, technology is a natural business partner. “Around the Table,” explores how automation has made its way into franchises all over the country, with the full extent of its capabilities still untapped. […]

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Around the Table: The Benefits of Ultrafiltration Water Systems

Welcome to Around the Table by Antunes. This podcast, designed for the foodservice industry, takes an inside look at the products and solutions that benefit providers and customers around the world. On this premiere episode, Melissa Neckopulos, GM of Water for Antunes, discussed the importance and benefits of a water ultrafiltration system for food […]

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Latest At the Heart of the Action

Latest B2B in the News

B2B in the News
Will AMC’s Decision to Accept Bitcoin Generate Crypto Momentum?
August 11, 2021

Some significant news in the cryptocurrency was finally made official recently, as theater juggernaut AMC announced that it would begin accepting Bitcoin by the end of 2021. The theater chain will also begin accepting Apple Pay and Google Pay, though the Bitcoin announcement was obviously the star of the show when CEO Adam Aron hopped […]

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California’s Record Heat Waves Drive Droughts to Match

Extreme temperatures have impacted the nation’s power grid from both ends of the spectrum, with states like Texas experiencing both severe outages during an unprecedented freeze and drastic sags during the hot summer months. In California, though, things have taken an even more disruptive turn. The state recently shut down a major hydroelectric plant at […]

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Hiring Picks Up the Pace Despite Lingering COVID Concerns

Even with parts of the country being hit hard by a wave of the Delta variant of COVID-19, the outlook for the jobs market appears to be on an upward swing. In July, nonfarm payrolls skyrocketed, increasing by more than 940,000 as the unemployment rate dipped to just under 5.5%, according to a recent report […]

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Latest Backstage Pass with Alford Media

Backstage Pass with Alford Media
Backstage Pass: What We Saw At NAMM 2020
February 12, 2020

January is a big month for trade shows, pro audio, and event tech industries. That includes NAMM, the National Association of Music Merchants Trade Show. Ben MacKinney, Audio Services Manager for Alford Media, was Alford’s boots on the ground for the event. He joins host Daniel Litwin on this episode of Backstage Pass to […]

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Backstage Pass: LDI 2019: New Lighting Innovations are Upending the Event Tech Industry with Blake Taylor and Aaron Walters

The audiovisual industry is bursting with new technologies and innovations. These new developments debuted at LDI 2019 , the leading conference and tradeshow for live design professionals from all over the world. Backstage Pass has the first scoop on what AV professionals are saying about the show with guests Blake Taylor, Lighting Services Manager, and […]

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Backstage Pass: Notes from XLIVE 2019

In this episode of Backstage Pass, Ali McMahan, Marketing & Communications Manager, and Dave Pooser, Director of Product Innovation, both from Alford Media, joined host Daniel Litwin, the Voice of B2B, to discuss the recent XLIVE Conference & Expo held in Las Vegas held Nov 17-19, 2019. McMahan and Pooser both attended the annual […]

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Backstage Pass: Don’t Forget About Lighting Design at Business Events

One of the oft-overlooked aspects of producing largescale business events is lighting design. As brands look to find creative ways to capture tradeshow audiences with content, audio, and visuals, the right lighting can enhance an immersive experience like no other. In this new episode of Backstage Pass by Alford Media, host Daniel Litwin sat […]

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Backstage Pass: Don’t Forget About Lighting Design at Business Events
September 5, 2019

One of the oft-overlooked aspects of producing largescale business events is lighting design. As brands look to find creative ways to capture tradeshow audiences with content, audio, and visuals, the right lighting can enhance an immersive experience like no other. In this new episode of Backstage Pass by Alford Media, host Daniel Litwin sat […]

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Backstage Pass: RFID is Transforming Asset Tracking in AV

In the past, event technology specialists at AV companies had to manually scan each item of gear making its way out the warehouse. Some still manually scan to this day; it’s an antiquated system that takes days, or even weeks, and is prone to human error. But as Alford Media can attest to, that […]

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Backstage Pass: Alford Media, A History

On today’s episode of Backstage Pass, MarketScale is joined by with Dan Thompson, Senior Account Manager, who gives us a look at Alford Media through his eyes, as someone who’s been with the company for more 23 years. Alford Media was founded in 1984, and much has changed since then in terms of technology. […]

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Backstage Pass: The Stories and Impact Behind International Shows

Backstage Pass is back with another engaging episode featuring Eric Hagström, Senior Project Manager for Alford Media. Today, we chatted with Hagström about the exciting possibilities, unique challenges and best practices for putting together an international event. It is, both literally and figuratively, a new world with different rules, languages, and infrastructure when crafting […]

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Backstage Pass: The Stories and Impact Behind International Shows
May 10, 2019

Backstage Pass is back with another engaging episode featuring Eric Hagström, Senior Project Manager for Alford Media. Today, we chatted with Hagström about the exciting possibilities, unique challenges and best practices for putting together an international event. It is, both literally and figuratively, a new world with different rules, languages, and infrastructure when crafting […]

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Backtage Pass: How to Engage the Modern Active Viewer at Live Events

The nature of the end-user experience at live events is changing and it is up to companies to get creative about how they digitize live events to get maximum impact. On today’s Backstage Pass with Alford Media, Daniel Litwin, the Voice of B2B chats with Dan Thompson, Senior Account Manager for Alford Media about […]

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Backstage Pass: How are Digital Audio Networks Transforming AV Today? with Jonathan Lieurance & Matt Dietzler of Alford Media

Running a live AV event seamlessly is the bare minimum in today’s event technology world, and nothing is making that a more confusing mix of simple and complicated than digital audio networks. It may be easy to think that these types of live event configurations are second nature to professionals who live and breath […]

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Backstage Pass: How Alford Access is Setting a Standard for AV Communications with Dave Pooser

Communicating with your AV team during a live event is crucial for success. Communicating effectively with your clients during the development of an install often makes or breaks client retention. In essence, communication is critical for the AV industry. However, does the platform for that communication always get the love and attention it deserves? […]

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Latest Be Enabled

Architecture & Design
Be Enabled: The Future of the Office—Winning Large Projects as an Unaligned Dealer
November 30, 2021

Do large project bids exclude those office furniture dealers not aligned with a national distributor? Not according to Robert Cotton and Maurele Lehman. Cotton, the owner of Logical Office Furniture in Austin, Texas, and Maurele Lehman, President of Innerspace Systems in Valencia, California, dropped by Be Enabled to share their experiences as independent dealers. They […]

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Latest Better Broadband

Better Broadband
Better Broadband: Clearfield Doubles U.S. Footprint to Serve Customer Base
March 1, 2022

There is some exciting news to share from Clearfield, and they could not wait to spread the word: they just completed a new 100K square foot facility for warehouse and logistics space in Brooklyn Park just down the road from their headquarters. This facility will support multi-state regional telco providers and operators. To shed light […]

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Better Broadband with Clearfield: The Current State of Rural Broadband

We know broadband is expanding, even in rural areas. It can be difficult, however, to know exactly how much it’s expanding and how customers are getting access. The NRTC commissioned a Broadband Benchmarking Report to learn just that. Among other things, they found that consumers certainly are eager to buy broadband services, especially in rural […]

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Better Broadband: How Telecommunications and Electric Companies Are Teaming Up To Get Broadband to Rural America

Delivering broadband to rural areas may not be an easy task, but it’s an important one – and one that broadband companies are increasingly eager to tackle. Those companies may be accustomed to planning on their own, but, working hand-in-hand with electric companies, especially those like co-ops that thrive in rural markets, can lead to […]

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2020’s Impact on the Broadband Fiber Landscape

While broadband fiber may not be something the average consumer thinks much about, it has a great impact on all of our day-to-day lives. Unfortunately, high-speed internet is something many of us take for granted. No one knows this more than Kevin Morgan, Chief Marketing Officer for Clearfield. Host Shelby Skrhak had the opportunity to […]

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Better Broadband
2020’s Impact on the Broadband Fiber Landscape
February 9, 2021

While broadband fiber may not be something the average consumer thinks much about, it has a great impact on all of our day-to-day lives. Unfortunately, high-speed internet is something many of us take for granted. No one knows this more than Kevin Morgan, Chief Marketing Officer for Clearfield. Host Shelby Skrhak had the opportunity to […]

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Latest Beyond Technology: The Experience Podcast

Beyond Technology: The Experience Podcast
Part 2: Quality Control in Delivery Only Ghost Kitchens Utilizing AI and Computer Vision
October 21, 2021

On the second part of a two-part episode of To the Edge and Beyond by Intel with Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin is Maria Meow, APAC Hospitality Vertical Marketing Manager for Intel’s Internet of Things Group, and Ankur Jain, Founder, and CEO of UdyogYantra Technologies, a company focused on bringing Industry 4.0 and its […]

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The Evolution of Self-Checkout Technology

Self-checkout solutions are gaining validation for their mass deployment across retail, QSR and hospitality verticals. As industries change and adapt, so too SCO processes, technology, and offerings. Beyond Technology reached out to Craig Bevan, VP Sales Commercial Director for Acrelec Group, for his perspective on the self-checkout & self-service kiosk landscape. “To the purist, a […]

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The Necessity of BOPIS in Today’s Retail Environment

To survive in today’s challenging retail environment, businesses need to get creative. BOPIS, or buy online pick up in-store, offers are no longer a differentiator in the retail space; they are a necessity. How are retailers making their BOPIS services stand out as more and more in the industry turn to this option to […]

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Relationship Building the Nordic & Baltic Way

No matter the location or region a business is located, a partnership is the cornerstone of success. Markku Nopanen, Managing Director for Acrelec Nordics & Baltics, understands the importance of forging long-lasting relationships. Nopanen provided his unique perspective on partnership in bringing technology solutions to the Nordics and Baltics. One essential mission for Nopanen […]

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Beyond Technology: The Experience Podcast
Relationship Building the Nordic & Baltic Way
December 9, 2020

No matter the location or region a business is located, a partnership is the cornerstone of success. Markku Nopanen, Managing Director for Acrelec Nordics & Baltics, understands the importance of forging long-lasting relationships. Nopanen provided his unique perspective on partnership in bringing technology solutions to the Nordics and Baltics. One essential mission for Nopanen […]

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Next-Gen Timer Making Drive-Thrus More Efficient

For many, drive-thrus are an essential way to get a meal outside of their home due to the pandemic. Making drive-thrus more efficient is on the mind of many in the QSR industry, and Acrelec is no exception. Andrew Nosal, Innovation Product Manager at Acrelec, brought Beyond Technology’s host, Tyler Kern, up to speed […]

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The Role of Table Service for Restaurants During Reopening

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a crisis for restaurants, but, as they begin to reopen, there are some interesting lessons being learned. In places like the United Kingdom, restaurants are only being allowed to open with table service to prevent crowding at a bar or counter for orders as may have occurred in the past. […]

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Beyond Technology: Conversational AI and QSR Customer Experiences

Host Daniel Litwin is joined by guests Peter Seltenright, sales director for Artificial Solutions, and Austin Curry, product manager for Acrelec, to discuss the future of self-ordering kiosks. These self-powered experiences, including potential, conversational voice-powered ordering, are a critical component of powering up customer experiences – according to Tillster, 65% of customers would be […]

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Beyond Technology: The Experience Podcast
Beyond Technology: Conversational AI and QSR Customer Experiences
February 6, 2020

Host Daniel Litwin is joined by guests Peter Seltenright, sales director for Artificial Solutions, and Austin Curry, product manager for Acrelec, to discuss the future of self-ordering kiosks. These self-powered experiences, including potential, conversational voice-powered ordering, are a critical component of powering up customer experiences – according to Tillster, 65% of customers would be […]

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Beyond Technology: How Technology is Transforming the Restaurant & Dining Industry

The wave of technology sweeping the globe is leaving no stone unturned, including in the restaurant and dining industry. In fact, technology has transformed the way we order, dine out and hit the drive-thru. On this episode of Beyond Technology: The Experience Podcast we unpack how new tech can leverage the dining experience or, alternatively, […]

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Beyond Technology: Improving the Customer Journey in QSRs

On this episode of Beyond Technology: The Experience Podcast brought to you by Acrelec, Clément Pévrier, head of digital projects for Udvise, joined Tyler Kern for a discussion focused on Udvise, founded by Acrelec to be the expert agency in digital solutions for the QSR industry. Ordering Kiosk’s were a main focus of the discussion. […]

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Beyond Technology: The Benefits of AI in the QSR Industry

On this episode of Beyond Technology: The Experience Podcast by Acrelec, Vincent Attia, Data Processing Manager for Acrelec, spoke with host Daniel Litwin, The Voice of B2B, about utilizing AI in the QSR (Quick Service Restaurant) industry. Attia began the conversation with a brief explanation of what AI is in the food service industry; […]

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Latest Beyond the Classroom

Beyond the Classroom
Insights on the Past, Present and Future of Higher Education
June 3, 2021

Dr. James Smith is the 23rd President of East Michigan University. Dr. Smith’s education focus is on EMU students’ futures, not the past, because what they do in life with that education experience will make the world a better place. He joined host Tom Watkins to talk about his efforts and the education landscape as […]

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Beyond the Classroom: Rethinking What’s Normal in Education

In terms of the COVID-19 pandemic, an often-discussed notion is getting things back to normal. But in children’s education, what if normal was never good enough? What if, along with this pandemic, comes an opportunity to create a better normal? Technology and other learning tools could provide an accelerated and personalized learning experience for students. […]

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Beyond the Classroom: Educational Reform in a Post-Pandemic World

Although no one can argue that the COVID-19 pandemic has set back education and student learning for months, if not years, there is still some good that has come out of our current situation. Now, educators better understand how to implement new technology into their lessons and how to better help students that may require […]

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Why Getting “Back To Normal” Isn’t Enough For Education

There has been a mantra of sort that has pushed leaders in all industries forward during the difficult moments of the COVID-19 pandemic: Back to normal. That has extended to the field of education, where getting kids back into the classroom and having things feel like they did at the end of 2019 has been […]

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Beyond the Classroom
Why Getting “Back To Normal” Isn’t Enough For Education
March 29, 2021

There has been a mantra of sort that has pushed leaders in all industries forward during the difficult moments of the COVID-19 pandemic: Back to normal. That has extended to the field of education, where getting kids back into the classroom and having things feel like they did at the end of 2019 has been […]

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Transforming The Future Of Education Through Student Engagement And Personalized Learning

As the world continues to wage a war against the coronavirus, American students struggle to keep up with their lessons and maintain a quality education. Although there are many teachers putting in their utmost effort to uplift their students, the fact is that there are still some that fall through the cracks of our educational […]

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Latest Beyond the Concept

Beyond the Concept
Beyond the Concept: Managing the Risk of Using Out-of-Date Parts and Products in a Facility
September 30, 2022

Facilities can ill afford to have equipment go down with today’s supply chain challenges. Lost hours could quickly become lost days if a replacement is unavailable. Sam Cafferata, Principal Engineer at Concept Systems, spoke with Tyler Kern about this all-too-real issue and what facilities can do to ensure their equipment is up-to-date and in good […]

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Steve Strong’s Vision for Concept Systems Going into 2023

After a momentous twenty-three years, Michael Helm has stepped down in his role as CEO with Concept Systems. Helm passed the torch down to Steve Strong, who chatted with host Tyler Kern about his future-forward visions for Concept Systems.  After spending almost 15 years at the Boeing Company, Strong knows a thing or two about […]

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Beyond the Concept: Automation in the Airlines and Aerospace Markets

Steve Strong, Regional Engineering Manager, Seattle, at Concept Systems, spoke with Tyler Kern about some of the automation challenges in the airline and aerospace industries. Something both markets have in common: they each have expensive and complex products to manufacture and automate. Strong said because of these complexities, the proposals Concept Systems does and […]

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Beyond the Concept: Crane Retrofits

Michael Maas, Senior Engineer, and Sergei Furduy, Principal Engineer at Concept Systems, Inc., joined Beyond the Concept’s Tyler Kern to discuss all things crane retrofits. There are several instances where crane retrofits might come into play. Older cranes with aging parts are one example Maas offered. “Also, if you want to gain more functionality […]

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Beyond the Concept
Beyond the Concept: Crane Retrofits
October 18, 2021

Michael Maas, Senior Engineer, and Sergei Furduy, Principal Engineer at Concept Systems, Inc., joined Beyond the Concept’s Tyler Kern to discuss all things crane retrofits. There are several instances where crane retrofits might come into play. Older cranes with aging parts are one example Maas offered. “Also, if you want to gain more functionality […]

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Beyond the Concept: UL 508A Components Selection Considerations

Donavan Moore, the Electrical Design Department Manager at Concept Systems, educated host Tyler Kern on the considerations and selection process for UL 508A components. UL 508A is the standard for the construction of industrial control panels with the first edition coming out in 2001. “It’s been the go-to standard for industrial control panel design,” Moore […]

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Beyond the Concept: Remote Diagnosis of Problems Helps Optimize Production

Whether it’s peeling potatoes or managing a city’s water supply, optimizing production is an important component of any manufacturing business. In the past, automation systems were difficult to fine-tune without a significant disruption, but with things becoming increasingly digital and more and more products being designed with things like Rockwell Automation’s PlantPAx distrusted control […]

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Beyond The Concept: The Role Robotics Plays in the Future of Manufacturing

It may not be Rosie from the Jetsons, but robots are certainly here to stay in American life. It just turns out robots are a lot better at manufacturing than they are around the house. Advances in robotics in recent years are changing the manufacturing industry, said Eric Potter, Director of Engineering at FANUC […]

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Beyond the Concept
Beyond The Concept: The Role Robotics Plays in the Future of Manufacturing
August 10, 2020

It may not be Rosie from the Jetsons, but robots are certainly here to stay in American life. It just turns out robots are a lot better at manufacturing than they are around the house. Advances in robotics in recent years are changing the manufacturing industry, said Eric Potter, Director of Engineering at FANUC […]

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Beyond the Concept: Why Automation Makes Sense from an ROI Perspective

Robots and automation may seem like an expensive idea for many business owners, but automation be more within reach than previously thought and can produce excellent return on investment. Whether painting a factory or removing waste in a facility’s process, the ROI for automation can often be measured in months. “Automation in and of […]

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Latest Bose Church Podcast

Bose Church Podcast
How to Approach Church Audio Purchasing Decisions
October 20, 2020

Audio equipment is one of the most important — and expensive — purchases that your church will make. It’s critical to the quality of your worship and the experience of your members. How can you increase the chances of making the right decision on audio equipment? Don Allensworth, President at the NewGround Group, and […]

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Reaching Your Congregation with Powerful Remote Capabilities

With the COVID-19 pandemic impacting every corner of the globe, many churches and their leaders – who often have little experience in the arena – are being asked to reach their congregations remotely. While this can be an intimidating prospect, it’s also a powerful opportunity. On this episode of the Bose Church Podcast, host […]

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Bose Church Audio Solutions: Being the Church During the COVID-19 Emergency

For as long as they’ve existed, churches have been a place for worshipers to regularly gather together. During both good times and bad, the doors remain open. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has presented church leaders and their congregations with a number of difficult questions. How do you continue to lead and provide for your […]

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Latest Breaking New Ground

Breaking New Ground
Bridging the Gap Between Reality and the Digital VR Metaverse
June 4, 2021

What is the digital metaverse, and what role will this play for our society as we become more and more integrated with the technology we use every day? On this episode of the Breaking New Ground podcast, host Joel Pennington has brought in two guests – Samuel Arsenault-Brassard and Johan Hanegraaf – to answer […]

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The Importance and Impact of the Green Building Industry

There’s no denying that the environmental movement has grown exponentially in the last decade. But, unlike other movements, sustainability isn’t something we can easily measure or notice a palpable change with. That doesn’t mean that it’s any less important, however. So, for the inaugural episode of the podcast, Joel Pennington, podcast host and the Head […]

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Latest Bricks and Clicks

Bricks and Clicks
How The Content Pros Use SEO And Content To Sell
April 15, 2021

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   All companies rely on content to get their message to the world. It comes in many shapes in forms: blogs, emails, Instagram, Twitter, web pages. But, what exactly is content, SEO and how do you make yours […]

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Quick Tips on Email Marketing

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   Email marketing continues to be one of the best channels for ROI, with each $1 spent generating $38 in revenue. It can be a great tool to reach a variety of goals, so why not just dive in […]

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How to Sell a Product Concept to Retailers

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   Host Jennifer Ruscin shares her insights on how to make an impact in retail buyer meetings without an actual product. Ruscin has extensive knowledge of the process. She’s successfully helped companies sell millions of dollars of products […]

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Making Aligned Choices in Business and Life

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   Here’s a shocking fact—humans make over 35,000 choices a day! While some are mundane, others are complex and impact every area of life. Bricks and Clicks host Jennifer Ruscin spoke with Melissa Bauknight about making aligned choices. […]

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Bricks and Clicks
Making Aligned Choices in Business and Life
March 4, 2021

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   Here’s a shocking fact—humans make over 35,000 choices a day! While some are mundane, others are complex and impact every area of life. Bricks and Clicks host Jennifer Ruscin spoke with Melissa Bauknight about making aligned choices. […]

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How Brands Can Drive Action on Social Media

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   Did you know that Pinterest is more than just pins and aspiration content? It can drive website traffic and sales with the right approach. Bricks and Clicks is tackling everything Pinterest as host Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin welcomes expert Jennifer Priest, owner […]

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Maximize Your Productivity by “Rejecting the Hustle”

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   Influencers and entrepreneurs like Gary Vee often tout a singular strategy — hustle until you make it. If you think you’re working hard, you’re not. If you don’t think you can work any harder, you can. […]

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Taking Advantage of Renewed Growth in 2021

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   As a new year begins and we put 2020 behind us, many of us are searching for ways to get back to contentment, peace and growth. I’ve been able to successfully manifest exactly what I want […]

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Bricks and Clicks
Taking Advantage of Renewed Growth in 2021
January 7, 2021

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   As a new year begins and we put 2020 behind us, many of us are searching for ways to get back to contentment, peace and growth. I’ve been able to successfully manifest exactly what I want […]

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Navigating Price Increases in Retail and Big-Box Stores

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   Bricks and Clicks lives on the cutting edge of retail, and host Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin shared some insights on the latest episode about getting price increases accepted and avoiding dreaded store counts with easy-to-avoid stumbles. Kaylo […]

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Bringing Thankfulness to Your Retail Relationships

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   Today I’m joined by my husband Derek, and I’m so excited to have him on the show! By day he hosts a 3 hour sports talk radio show called The Ruscin & Zach Show, all about […]

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Reshaping Black Friday

Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   COVID-19 continues to reshape how people shop, and in turn, it’s sure to reshape traditions this holiday season. Let’s Talk Thanksgiving and Holiday Celebrations According to Butterball, the number of consumers who plan to host extended […]

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Architecture & Design
How Resiliency Overlaps with a Commitment to Sustainability in Design
March 8, 2021

Sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency are the pillars of the green building world. Host Daniel Huard, the Godfather of Sustainability, collaborates with the experts around the world focusing on green design.   Built for Impact provides a new angle on the relationship between humans and the Earth—the spiritual one. Host Daniel Huard spoke with Tim Yearington, an […]

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The Importance of Wellness in the Office

Sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency are the pillars of the green building world. Host Daniel Huard, the Godfather of Sustainability, collaborates with the experts around the world focusing on green design.   Wellness matters. Yoga sessions and meditation are great, but wellness can expand far past fitness and self-care routines. How we work affects our wellness […]

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Reinforcing the Bottom Line with Sustainable Strategies

Sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency are the pillars of the green building world. Host Daniel Huard, the Godfather of Sustainability, collaborates with the experts around the world focusing on green design.   What if every single act of design and construction made the world a better place? Well, according to living-future.org, the Living Building Challenge […]

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How Transparency Can Lead to Sustainable Building

Sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency are the pillars of the green building world. Host Daniel Huard, the Godfather of Sustainability, collaborates with the experts around the world focusing on green design.   Sustainability is a topic that is becoming more and more a part of our daily conversations at home and in the workplace. Daniel […]

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Architecture & Design
How Transparency Can Lead to Sustainable Building
December 28, 2020

Sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency are the pillars of the green building world. Host Daniel Huard, the Godfather of Sustainability, collaborates with the experts around the world focusing on green design.   Sustainability is a topic that is becoming more and more a part of our daily conversations at home and in the workplace. Daniel […]

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The Evolving Pillars of Green Building

Sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency are the pillars of the green building world. Host Daniel Huard, the Godfather of Sustainability, collaborates with the experts around the world focusing on green design.   The realm of green building has evolved dramatically in the past 20 years. While sustainability has been a term that dates back further, […]

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The Relationship Between Sustainability and Wellness in Design

On this episode of Build for Impact, Daniel A. Huard invited Jennifer Berthelot-Jelovic to explore the four pillars of green building – sustainability, transparency, wellness and resiliency – and to focus on wellness, in particular. Berthelot-Jelovic is the President and CEO of A SustainAble Production (ASAP). ASAP is a women-owned, full-service, global sustainability and […]

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How to Approach Sustainability in Healthcare Design

A proponent of lifelong learning, Daniel A. Huard is a sought‐after green building expert also recognized as the Godfather of sustainability. Huard is launching Build For Impact, aiming to build a platform to allow for collaboration with some of the best minds in the world who focus on green design and sustainability. Building has long been a part […]

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Architecture & Design
How to Approach Sustainability in Healthcare Design
September 14, 2020

A proponent of lifelong learning, Daniel A. Huard is a sought‐after green building expert also recognized as the Godfather of sustainability. Huard is launching Build For Impact, aiming to build a platform to allow for collaboration with some of the best minds in the world who focus on green design and sustainability. Building has long been a part […]

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How Building Owners Can Apply Systems into Sustainable Projects

Build for Impact host, Daniel Huard, was joined by Mick Schwedler for a discussion on sustainability, resilience, material transparency, and wellness in building design.  Schwedler is a Senior Applications Engineer with Trane and President of ASHRAE.  He has been actively involved in the development, training, and support of energy efficient systems since 1982. Huard […]

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Translating Vision into Sustainable Action

Ramie Vagal, Senior Sustainability Manager at Mohawk Industries, joined Build for Impact host, Daniel Huard, for a discussion on sustainability, equity, material transparency, and wellness. Vagal also serves as a member of the LEED Materials and Resources Technology Advisory Group. “I think any organization should not look at sustainability from just one aspect,” […]

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Leading Sustainability at Scale

There’s no debating the fact that clean air and clean water are essential to human life. But these resources are becoming increasingly scarce, particularly in impoverished areas of the world. As America begins to feel the effects of climate change, people-focused solutions arise, like sustainable building design. “Build For Impact,” explores how the sector […]

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Latest Built Modular

Built Modular
Built Modular: MPA Modular Bank Buildings
August 13, 2022

Although natural disasters are not a daily occurrence for everyone, an event such as a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, or fire is a situation that it’s important to be prepared for. MPA Systems modular construction by BOXX Modular is set up to quickly and efficiently provide secure buildings in the event of a disaster. Host […]

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The In’s and Out’s of Cooperative Purchasing

The process of procurement is often a lengthy, confusing, and full-time job. To help ease this process, TIPS-USA acts as a cooperative to help net procurement. Jensen Mabe, VP of Sales for TIPS-USA, sat down with host Tyler Kern to discuss the cooperative purchasing process and how they remain a nationally leading co-op in […]

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A Deep Dive into the Construction of Modular Buildings

Mark Meyers, General Manager of Marketing Services at Vanguard Modular, joined host Daniel Litwin for a deep dive into the world of modular construction with a focus on designing, developing and delivering the individual modules that make up a complete building solution. From the decisions that impact the quality and feasibility of a modular building […]

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What the History of Modular Construction Can Tell Us About the Future

The idea of using modular materials for quick construction dates back centuries. On this episode of Built Modular, host Daniel Litwin welcomes Carl Bennett, General Manager of Contract Services for Vanguard Modular for an in-depth discussion of the history of modular construction and how it’s evolved in the modern era. Carl Bennet has been in […]

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What the History of Modular Construction Can Tell Us About the Future
May 26, 2021

The idea of using modular materials for quick construction dates back centuries. On this episode of Built Modular, host Daniel Litwin welcomes Carl Bennett, General Manager of Contract Services for Vanguard Modular for an in-depth discussion of the history of modular construction and how it’s evolved in the modern era. Carl Bennet has been in […]

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Built Modular: Digital Twin Modeling to Produce More Efficient, Cost-Effective Designs

Manufacturers around the world are searching for ways to lower costs, add efficiency and produce more consistent parts the first time – and digital twins might be the ideal solution. The creation of a digital twin to a real-world part allows for effective digital twin modeling that empowers manufacturers to, in a virtual space, see […]

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Built Modular: How School Districts Can Solve Space Issues with Modular Classrooms

Modular buildings have many applications. They can be an excellent temporary solution, including for school districts. Mark Meyers, General Manager of Marketing Services for Vanguard, shared insights from his many years of modular experience on how schools can use portable classrooms. Why do school districts need these solutions? “There are four primary reasons,” Meyers said. […]

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Constructing a Modular Building from Start to Finish

A potential Vanguard Modular customer may know they need a modular building but not what the process will entail. When Vanguard constructs a modular building, it runs through these steps in the construction process: design and engineering, permitting, manufacturing, delivery, set, seam and utility connections, power up and turn on water, installation of decks, steps, […]

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Constructing a Modular Building from Start to Finish
November 18, 2020

A potential Vanguard Modular customer may know they need a modular building but not what the process will entail. When Vanguard constructs a modular building, it runs through these steps in the construction process: design and engineering, permitting, manufacturing, delivery, set, seam and utility connections, power up and turn on water, installation of decks, steps, […]

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Built Modular: Creating Winning Relationships Through Cooperative Purchasing

Cooperative purchasing provides seamless purchasing and consistency for the relationship between Vanguard Modular Building Systems and its customers. Chris Brown, an Area Sales Manager at Vanguard, popped by Build Modular to discuss this solution for financing modular projects. “Cooperative purchasing is a procurement system,” Brown said. “It’s where a lead agency advertises for bids, awards […]

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Built Modular: Did You Know This About Modular Construction?

A lack of information about today’s modular buildings can lead to a lot of confusion, misconceptions and missed opportunities regarding a sustainable, cost-effective solution. Vanguard Modular’s Senior Vice President of Marketing Services, Mark Meyers, joined the Built Modular podcast to dispel myths and provide answers that people should know when it comes to modular construction. […]

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Built Modular: Cost Drivers in Modular Building Systems

An August 2019 report from the commercial construction index showed the modular construction industry doubling its growth over the past five years. Now an $8-billion industry, modular construction is experiencing even more growth with the onset of the pandemic, with the need for health centers to build quick and efficient solutions for emergency treatment facilities […]

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Latest Business Casual

Building Management
Disney Parks Cut Labor Force by 28,000 Amid Difficult Recovery
October 6, 2020

Disney theme parks are becoming a small world after all as the company announces a massive round of layoffs to its part-time employees. According to the BBC, Disney lost 4.7 billion dollars in revenue in just three months of being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The layoffs apply to Disney’s US based parks in […]

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Walmart Moves Forward at Scale with its Shopping Experience Redesign

The pandemic has drastically changed the way we shop, but Walmart already had plans to make changes before COVID-19. According to USA Today, the big-box store plans to roll out a brand new store design and app integration to over 200 locations. Inspired by airport wayfinding, the changes aim to manage large groups of people […]

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Will Consumers React Well to Ring’s New Drone Security Camera?

The Amazon-owned security camera, Ring, is going airborne with a surprising new offering for homeowners. The recently announced Always Home Cam is a small drone that flies around an owner’s house, providing real-time visuals of any mapped room. With a price point targeted at $250, the Always Home Cam will integrate with Ring devices’ existing […]

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Epic Games Teams Up with Developers to Take a Bigger Bite out of Apple

In this Business Casual segment, Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern weigh in on some updates to the public battle between Epic Games & Apple over the latter’s app store prices and practices. In retaliation to Apple’s app store fees, Epic Games and other high profile app developers like Tinder’s Match Group & Spotify formed […]

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Epic Games Teams Up with Developers to Take a Bigger Bite out of Apple
October 1, 2020

In this Business Casual segment, Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern weigh in on some updates to the public battle between Epic Games & Apple over the latter’s app store prices and practices. In retaliation to Apple’s app store fees, Epic Games and other high profile app developers like Tinder’s Match Group & Spotify formed […]

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Amazon Pumps the Brakes on Echelon’s “Prime Bike”

When Tuesday’s announcement by Echelon Fitness that their $500 exercise bike, dubbed the ‘Prime Bike,’ would be an Amazon Prime customer exclusive, Peloton’s stock fell as much as 6.7%. Was the at-home fitness market perhaps too early to react? In a bit of a twist, Amazon quickly denied association with the bike, and ordered any […]

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General Electric Ditches Coal Power in Favor of Offshore Wind

According to CNN Business, General Electric announced Monday it would not buy nor build any more coal power plants. The company’s announcement comes as a shock just 5 short years after it acquired Alstom’s power business for over 9 billion dollars. GE Power CEO, Russel Stokes, said the company is shifting focus to power generation […]

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Microsoft Upgrades Teams to Meet Remote Work Needs

For well over a quarter of the US labor force, working from home is a semi-permanent reality. That means Zoom meetings aren’t just a passing phenomenon. Microsoft is meeting the needs of many remote workers with their product, “Microsoft Teams.” Engadget recently reported a sweeping update of Teams’ functionality and services. The developments include virtual meeting […]

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Microsoft Upgrades Teams to Meet Remote Work Needs
September 28, 2020

For well over a quarter of the US labor force, working from home is a semi-permanent reality. That means Zoom meetings aren’t just a passing phenomenon. Microsoft is meeting the needs of many remote workers with their product, “Microsoft Teams.” Engadget recently reported a sweeping update of Teams’ functionality and services. The developments include virtual meeting […]

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Amazon is Reportedly Stifling Competitor Ads

Amazon is no stranger to scrutiny over its business practices. The online marketplace already has a stronghold over fast delivery of consumer goods. But CNBC reported on a recent investigation by Wall Street Journal, revealing the ecommerce giant may be taking their power a step further. Amazon appears to be blocking competitor ads that compete […]

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NYC Adds Dining Out Tax in an Effort to Help Restaurants

Small business restaurants have been particularly hard hit by COVID’s lockdown measures. In NYC, a COVID hotspot, restaurants have only recently reopened to limited capacity. As the weather cools and outdoor dining becomes more difficult, restaurants face continued revenue obstacles. According to Food & Wine, the city aims to combat this economic hardship by allowing […]

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Professional Cheeseburger Taster Job is a Case in Creative Marketing

Everyone has their own definition of “dream job,” but for fans of all-American food, there’s no better job than “Cheeseburger Tester.” According to CNN, the casino review site, BonusFinder, announced the paid “job,” to coincide with National Cheeseburger Day, September 18. The marketing strategy is not new. Ambassadorships, competitions, and payouts have been used to […]

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Latest CalTV

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CalTV: Moving from Dangerous Manual Tasks to Automation with Material Removal (Part 2 of 2)
October 27, 2022

Joe Gemma continued his discussion with Carl Doeksen, Global Robotics & Automation Director at 3M, on this second episode of moving from dangerous manual tasks to automation. “The other breakthroughs and many of the investments 3M is making through our corporate ventures group are in this no code / low code space,” Doeksen said. “Can […]

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CalTV: Moving from Dangerous Manual Tasks to Automation with Material Removal (Part 1 of 2)

It’s double dose time on CalTV. Joe Gemma sat down with Carl Doeksen, Global Robotics & Automation Director at 3M, for an in-depth discussion on moving from dangerous manual tasks to automation that proved so informative it took two episodes to squeeze in all the valuable information. Doeksen, a thirty-year veteran at 3M, began his […]

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Global Impact of Automation with Milton Guerry

Just about sixty years ago, robots were a notion of the future, automation was a novel and inspiring concept on the horizon. Now, robotic technology is an everyday feature. Milton Guerry, President of Schunk, a clamping and gripping systems technology company, sits down with host Joe Gemma as a leader of the industry to share […]

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Navigating the Utilization of Automation for the First Time

Throughout the past 6 to 12 months, the demand for automation has been bigger than ever before. Statistics show that Q2 of this year was one of the highest on record. As interest in automation continues to increase, it is important for companies who are embarking with automation for their first time to understand how […]

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Navigating the Utilization of Automation for the First Time
December 1, 2021

Throughout the past 6 to 12 months, the demand for automation has been bigger than ever before. Statistics show that Q2 of this year was one of the highest on record. As interest in automation continues to increase, it is important for companies who are embarking with automation for their first time to understand how […]

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Joy, Inc.: How We Built a Workplace People Love – Part 3

Here to give insights on this episode of CalTV by Calvary Robotics, Host Joe Gemma talked with Rich Sheridan, CEO and Chief Storyteller at Menlo Innovations; Speaker, Author of Chief Joy Officer and Joy, Inc.: How We Built a Workplace People Love. Menlo Innovations is a software company that also offers tours and workshops, does […]

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Joy, Inc.: How We Built a Workplace People Love – Part 1

Here to give insights on this episode of CalTV by Calvary Robotics, Host Joe Gemma talked with Rich Sheridan, CEO and Chief Storyteller at Menlo Innovations; Speaker, Author of Chief Joy Officer and Joy, Inc.: How We Built a Workplace People Love. Menlo Innovations is a software company that also offers tours and workshops, does […]

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Exciting Career Opportunities for Women in STEM

Being a woman in STEM can be challenging. But, for many, it’s a field with limitless opportunities and the potential for life-changing growth. Michelle Hand, who holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, was always attracted to the mechanical side of things. She grew up in a family of “backyard engineers,” was enamored with […]

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Exciting Career Opportunities for Women in STEM
June 30, 2021

Being a woman in STEM can be challenging. But, for many, it’s a field with limitless opportunities and the potential for life-changing growth. Michelle Hand, who holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, was always attracted to the mechanical side of things. She grew up in a family of “backyard engineers,” was enamored with […]

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Simulation and VR Capabilities: CalTV

Simulations provide an illustrative opportunity to show how something looks and works before going into production. They’ve long been a tool for manufacturers and evolved dramatically with the introduction of virtual reality (VR). Joe Gemma, CalTV host, chatted with Christopher Grieve, Manager Simulation/VR, lead technical artist, about the company’s capabilities. The industry has changed […]

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Latest Careers on the Move

Careers on the Move
Careers on the Move: Building Supply Chain Policy
December 20, 2021

“What I enjoy is bringing folks together to work collaboratively on solutions, including our members and partners like Cargomatic.” While the supply chain is featured daily in the media now, it’s not something most people thought about before. That’s not the case for the latest guest on Careers on the Move. Jon Gold, Vice President of […]

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How Eye 2 Eye Global is Changing the Cosmetics Industry

“The work that I do in my sports world is about that impact and finding a deeper level of impact, which has contributed to here at Eye 2 Eye, where we’re trying to focus on access, ownership, and quality for communities of color,” Heyward said. On this episode of Careers on the Move, Host […]

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Staying Fit On The Road: Careers On The Move

“As I PT, I’m sitting there saying ‘For a lot of these drivers, poor health was really the underlying reason why they were in the clinic in the first place,’” Manera said. “As I got to learn more and more about their lifestyle and the struggles they go through on a day-to-day basis out on […]

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How AI Can Be Used to Automate Logistics Processes

AI is no mere buzzword; it’s popping up in practical applications in all industries. The supply chain is no exception, and, in an industry with a focus on process efficiency, enlisting AI’s possibilities makes perfect sense. Warren Kucker, CEO of Shelly.AI, joined Careers on the Move to talk with host Tyler Kern about his company’s […]

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How AI Can Be Used to Automate Logistics Processes
August 2, 2021

AI is no mere buzzword; it’s popping up in practical applications in all industries. The supply chain is no exception, and, in an industry with a focus on process efficiency, enlisting AI’s possibilities makes perfect sense. Warren Kucker, CEO of Shelly.AI, joined Careers on the Move to talk with host Tyler Kern about his company’s […]

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Keep on Truckin’: The Future of the Trucking Industry

Worker shortages, geopolitical forces and the lingering impacts to the supply chain due to a global pandemic; that’s a lot of challenges for any industry to bear, but one could easily argue its impact on the trucking and logistics industry is by far the most prominent. The situation today will make for lasting changes in […]

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Bringing Eco-Friendly Transit to the Masses

For this episode of Careers on the Move, one could say the guest truly lives that definition. Meet Alyssa Haerle. Haerle is the Director of Transportation Development at Circuit, an award-winning micro-transit service. They employ a fleet of all-electric vehicles to offer complimentary and on-demand rides around busy downtown areas. Host Tyler Kern was excited […]

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Building Community in the Supply Chain Industry

At Careers On The Move, a Cargomatic podcast, we shine a light on what a career in supply chain is like and how the industry offers opportunities for irreplaceable experience. In this episode, host Daniel Litwin, Voice of B2B, talked with Lisa Morales-Hellebo, Co-founder of The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation, an organization changing how supply […]

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Careers on the Move
Building Community in the Supply Chain Industry
July 9, 2021

At Careers On The Move, a Cargomatic podcast, we shine a light on what a career in supply chain is like and how the industry offers opportunities for irreplaceable experience. In this episode, host Daniel Litwin, Voice of B2B, talked with Lisa Morales-Hellebo, Co-founder of The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation, an organization changing how supply […]

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How Supply Chains Run the World – and Finding People to Run Them

On this episode of Careers On The Move, A Cargomatic Podcast, host Tyler Kern talked with Radu Palamariu, Managing Director Asia Pacific, Alcott Global. Alcott Global provides executive search solutions for the world’s top companies in ecommerce, the supply chain, logistics and transportation technology. The duo dove into Palamariu’s career path, hiring top-level executives and […]

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How Does Supply Chain Investment Power New Opportunities and Careers?

As the Founder and Managing Partner of Cambridge Capital and CEO of BGSA Holdings, Ben Gordon has a wealth of experience and a lengthy career in the supply chain industry to draw on when forecasting the future of the sector. That made him the perfect guest for this episode of Careers on the Move […]

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Why Southern California Is a Hub of Green Transportation

For Jack Symington of Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI), the marriage of transportation and green innovation is a perfect fit. As Program Manager of Transportation, Symington helps accelerate the commercialization of green technology in the Los Angeles area. On this episode of Careers on the Move, a Cargomatic podcast, host Shelby Skrhak spoke to Symington […]

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Cashing-In with Tidel
Trends in Cashless Facilities at Sports Venues: Cashin-In with Tidel
October 18, 2021

The pandemic accelerated a lot of growth and change, especially when it came to cash-free and digital payment options. Cashless stadiums create unique and pleasurable experiences for guests, as they can pay quickly and easily in the parking lot all the way to the hotdog stand. On this episode of Cashing-In with Tidel, Host Tyler […]

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Cashing-In: Accepting Cash for Ecommerce is Bringing Unbanked Customers Back to Retail

When consumers think of ecommerce payment methods, debit and credit cards are the most prevalent forms of plastic they’ll pull out of their wallets to make a purchase. But a recent report finds as many as 6.5 percent of American households do not have a bank account. Retailers are beginning to realize these cashless, […]

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Why Car Dealerships Should Transition to an Automated Cash Management System

On this episode of the MarketScale Software & Technology Podcast, David Barclay, VP of Marketing at Tidel, joined host Geoffrey Short to discuss how Tidel can provide car dealerships with solutions that help dealerships secure and automate their cash operations. People may not think of car dealerships as the type of establishment that traditionally handles […]

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Automating Cashflow is Empowering Retail Associates

We may live in the age of plastic, but 50% of transactions under $10 are still done in cash. There is more cash in circulation than ever before. In short, cash isn’t going anywhere. But, retailers know all too well that cash is fluid and hard to keep track of throughout the day as […]

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Automating Cashflow is Empowering Retail Associates
July 12, 2019

We may live in the age of plastic, but 50% of transactions under $10 are still done in cash. There is more cash in circulation than ever before. In short, cash isn’t going anywhere. But, retailers know all too well that cash is fluid and hard to keep track of throughout the day as […]

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Driving Efficiencies and Optimization for Cash-Intensive Businesses

Some say cash is on its way out. However, according to a Health of Cash study, cash remains the most commonly used payment method, used by nine out of 10 consumers in the past six months, and by 80% on a monthly basis. With a substantial portion of consumers still using cash, the need […]

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Taking Cash Management in to the Future

While other transaction methods, including mobile payments and the increasingly popular cryptocurrencies are making press headlines, cash is still the most popular form of payment method. However, if not managed appropriately, the costs of handling cash can have a measurable impact on a store’s operations and bottom line. In business for almost 40 years, […]

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Latest Champions of Care

Champions of Care
The Intricacies of Interior Design in Medical Furnishing: Champions of Care
December 8, 2021

One thing that’s very important but doesn’t take a prominent role in healthcare settings is furniture. It plays a significant role in patient care when it comes to looks, comfort, and functionality. An efficient and welcoming space makes for a better care experience for everyone. On this episode of Champions of Care, Host Daniel […]

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Champions of Care: How to Ensure Maintenance and Service for Your Medical Seating is a Priority

Brant Satterwhite, Director of Operations at Chair-A-Medics, and Michael Coombs Jr., Operations Manager at Chair-A-Medics, joined Champions of Care to discuss the maintenance and service of medical seating, as well as a walk-thru of a typical pre-service visit. Chair-A-Medics is the nation’s largest provider of dialysis chair maintenance and service; however, they also assist with […]

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Champions of Care: What Does Home Eye Safety Month Mean to Vance Thompson Vision?

Bill Willis, Ambulatory Surgery Center Director for Vance Thompson Vision, joined Courtney Echerd to discuss the importance of eye safety and preventing injuries. Willis, a nurse for more than ten years, joined Vance Thompson Vision seven years ago, and his experiences exposed him to the many injuries that can damage an eye. Willis now works […]

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Champions of Care: The Lasting Impacts of the Pandemic on Healthcare

A complex healthcare system already full of challenges didn’t need a pandemic to come along and challenge it further, but it did. Terry Zysk, CEO of LiveProcess, discussed those challenges and how the coordination of care in a hospital setting and management of various levels of staff, resources and supplies have changed since the start […]

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Champions of Care: The Lasting Impacts of the Pandemic on Healthcare
March 26, 2021

A complex healthcare system already full of challenges didn’t need a pandemic to come along and challenge it further, but it did. Terry Zysk, CEO of LiveProcess, discussed those challenges and how the coordination of care in a hospital setting and management of various levels of staff, resources and supplies have changed since the start […]

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How Data Elevates Healthcare Space Design (Pt. 1)

On this episode of Champions of Care, a Champion Chair podcast and your leading source for industry-leading insights and thought leadership about medical seating and more, BSA LifeStructures’ Jen Worley and Karen Tobin joined host Daniel Litwin to outline how access to more informative and actionable data has elevated the way healthcare design promotes […]

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How Data Elevates Healthcare Space Design (Pt. 2)

In part two of the podcast, Daniel Litwin, Jen Worley and Karen Tobin dove into how certain design elements can help patients return to medical facilities and re-engage with routine healthcare, even in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s about crafting a space that supports peace of mind and a sense of safety, […]

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Champions of Care: The State of The Medical Supply Industry

Healthcare systems find themselves needing to maximize operational efficiencies to remain viable in a period when the COVID-19 pandemic makes everything a heightened challenge. Even before the pandemic struck, estimates projected that 50% of the healthcare industry in the U.S. will be part of the top 50 IDNs due to the need to […]

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Champions of Care: The State of The Medical Supply Industry
July 15, 2020

Healthcare systems find themselves needing to maximize operational efficiencies to remain viable in a period when the COVID-19 pandemic makes everything a heightened challenge. Even before the pandemic struck, estimates projected that 50% of the healthcare industry in the U.S. will be part of the top 50 IDNs due to the need to […]

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Supporting Safety for Infusion Therapy Through Standards and Capital Equipment

Today’s episode of Champions of Care explores the quality and standards of care in infusion therapy centers and in the practice of infusion nursing. Until very recently, these centers, critical for chronic diseases that require intravenous medications, had no set standards. This lack of cohesive oversight was observed day in and day out […]

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Practicing Proper Sanitization and Disinfection of Medical Equipment

On this episode of Champions of Care, a Champion Chair podcast, host Daniel Litwin and Champion Manufacturing Product Support Manager Melissa Hirth sat down for a discussion on the importance of proper sanitization and disinfection of medical equipment in the wake of the spread of COVID-19. These practices extend to chairs and medical […]

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Champions of Care: Solving Nursing Challenges in the Face of COVID-19 and Beyond

On this episode of Champions of Care, a Champion Chair podcast, host Daniel Litwin was joined by Jonathan Massey, CCRN Regional Account Manager, Champion Manufacturing. After sharing a bit about his own journey toward becoming a registered nurse, Massey and Litwin focused in on the challenges nurses face not only during “normal” operation, […]

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Latest Change Starts Here

Change Starts Here
Change Starts Here: Leaning Into the Present
September 14, 2022

Facing adversity from a young age, Dr. John “Push” Gaines, a professional speaker and leadership consultant, was not sure where his life would end up – but he was sure of one thing: he would persevere. On this, Dr. Gaines speaks to host Dustin Odham about his experience in persevering and the importance of […]

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Change Starts Here: Every Student has Potential

Cathy Quiroz Moore is the Superintendent of the Wake County Public School System, NC, the 15th largest school system in the United States. Moore came to the U.S. from Ecuador when she was two years old. That dual culture influenced who Moore is as a person and her actions as a leader. Her roots in […]

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Dr. Kelvin Adams – Superintendent Leadership

Dr. Kelvin Adams, Superintendent of St. Louis Public Schools, doesn’t have a magic formula for success, or why his leadership role within the St. Louis public school system has lasted for nearly fourteen years. If honesty, sincerity, and providing people with the correct information are magic, he’s happy to reveal those secrets. “At the […]

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A Closer Look at the COVID Slide Learning Loss

The realm of education has been utterly transformed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic – and it’s going to fall largely upon educators to do what they can to help right the ship for their students. The pandemic – and the resulting “COVID slide” in learning, disproportionately impacted underserved communities and students of color, […]

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Change Starts Here
A Closer Look at the COVID Slide Learning Loss
March 23, 2021

The realm of education has been utterly transformed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic – and it’s going to fall largely upon educators to do what they can to help right the ship for their students. The pandemic – and the resulting “COVID slide” in learning, disproportionately impacted underserved communities and students of color, […]

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Becoming a High-Expectation Teacher

Change Starts Here and host Dustin Odham, Thought Leader for FranklinCovey Education, are back with another thought-provoking and inspiring episode – this time featuring a bona fide legend in the field of education. Dr. Christine Rubie-Davies – though she prefers to drop the titles and go by Christine – has spent decades immersed in the […]

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The Power of Genuine Positivity

Change Starts Here and host Dustin Odham, Thought Leader for FranklinCovey Education, are back with another thought-provoking and inspiring episode – this time featuring a bona fide legend in the field of education. Not everyone is wired for natural positivity. In fact, one of the world’s foremost authors and keynote speakers on the topic doesn’t […]

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Living in Joy, Empathy and Imagination with the Co-Creator of Kid President

Change Starts Here and host Dustin Odham, Thought Leader for FranklinCovey Education, are back with another thought-provoking and inspiring episode – this time featuring a bona fide legend in the field of education.   In 2013, a video swept through the internet, bringing joy to all who viewed it. It featured then-11-year-old Robby Novak, dressed to the nines […]

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Change Starts Here
Living in Joy, Empathy and Imagination with the Co-Creator of Kid President
February 16, 2021

Change Starts Here and host Dustin Odham, Thought Leader for FranklinCovey Education, are back with another thought-provoking and inspiring episode – this time featuring a bona fide legend in the field of education.   In 2013, a video swept through the internet, bringing joy to all who viewed it. It featured then-11-year-old Robby Novak, dressed to the nines […]

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Latest CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast

CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp Picks Up Where Film School Leaves Off
December 11, 2019

Assistant Editors’ Bootcamp, a post-production training and education program for industry novices, was born as a way to combat the incredible Catch 22 that green candidates face in getting their first job. For the two founders Noah Chamow and Conor Burke, the struggle was all too real. In this second in a three-part series […]

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CineCast: How the Founders of Assistant Editor’s Bootcamp Are Changing the Industry One Class at a Time

Noah Chamow and Conor Burke, founders of Assistant Editor’s Bootcamp, attended some of the best film schools in California, and yet their best learning experience was creating their own. On this first in a three part series on careers in post production for CineCast, powered by Cinedeck, host Shelby Skrhak sat down with Chamow […]

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CineCast: Advice for Young Software Companies

Taking Cinedeck from the hardware world to the software world impacted leaders’ outlook on the company business model and shaped the company in an unexpected way, COO Jane Sung [contributor page] said in this third of a three-part conversation on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast. “When we first launched the software, we launched with our same […]

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CineCast: How a Brand New Startup Can Act Like an Established Company

Cinedeck COO Jane Sung says there were huge barriers when it came to entering the software technology market with cineXtools. “Especially when you’re bootstrapping that new product,” Sung said in this second of three-part discussion on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast. “Basically it felt like we were starting as a brand new startup.” Like a startup, […]

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: How a Brand New Startup Can Act Like an Established Company
November 18, 2019

Cinedeck COO Jane Sung says there were huge barriers when it came to entering the software technology market with cineXtools. “Especially when you’re bootstrapping that new product,” Sung said in this second of three-part discussion on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast. “Basically it felt like we were starting as a brand new startup.” Like a startup, […]

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CineCast: How Cinedeck Transitioned From a Hardware to a Software Solutions Provider

From its inception, Cinedeck has worked tirelessly to bring innovative video recording and editing tools to the market, but that was no easy feat persuading the industry their solution was feasible. On this first of three-part conversation on CineCast, a Cinedeck podcast, COO Jane Sung takes us behind the curtain to reveal the challenges they […]

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CineCast: How Cinedeck CEO Beat an “It Can’t Be Done” Mentality and Changed the Editing Industry

Gone are the days of waiting long hours for media files to render thanks to insert-editing software, like cineX. On this three-part CineCast podcast, we have discussed the evolution of cineX with Cinedeck CEO himself, Charles D’Autremont. On our last and final episode with him, D’Autremont wrapped up the conversation with real stories from […]

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CineCast: How Insert-Editing Overcame Industry Dubiety, Pushback and Apprehension

On this episode of CineCast by Cinedeck, we are joined once again by Charles D’Autremont, CEO of Cinedeck, to discuss the innovation of insert-editing software in the world of digital media. If you haven’t listened to part one, start there to learn about D’Autremont’s early career and how the idea of insert-editing came to […]

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CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast
CineCast: How Insert-Editing Overcame Industry Dubiety, Pushback and Apprehension
September 4, 2019

On this episode of CineCast by Cinedeck, we are joined once again by Charles D’Autremont, CEO of Cinedeck, to discuss the innovation of insert-editing software in the world of digital media. If you haven’t listened to part one, start there to learn about D’Autremont’s early career and how the idea of insert-editing came to […]

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CineCast: How Insert-Editing Came to Be

Amateur and professional video editors alike know the slow and excruciating process of rendering a file; perhaps setting the file to export before bed only to find their hardware still churning next morning. This slow and painful process has been the norm in the film and broadcast industry since the beginning, that is until […]

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CineCast: Finding the Perfect Workflow for Freelance Editing

Our three-part podcast concludes with Alex Parnell, president of Splitting Lanes Entertainment. Parnell’s work as a freelance colorist and online editor is ever-changing. No two workdays look alike. On this final episode, we explored his workflow, what software he relies on to keep his work running smoothly, and what changes he forecasts seeing in […]

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CineCast: The Double-Edged Sword of Savvier Clients & Media Expectations

We welcomed back Alex Parnell, president of Splitting Lanes Entertainment, for episode two of our three-part series of CineCast: A Cinedeck Podcast. On episode one, we got to know Parnell as a creative in the industry of media, film, and television, how he got into the field and what gets him excited for work […]

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Latest ClearTalk

ClearTalk
ClearTalk: How CTSI ClearDesign Meets User, Business and Technology Needs
April 16, 2020

On this episode of ClearTalk, Director of Engineering at CTSI Mike Wilson explained the company’s ClearDesign Rooms, Engineering and User Experience methodology. Facilities across many industries, including healthcare, education, corporate and government, all have various technology and business requirements. CTSI helps customers meet those needs in a manner that provides consistent and effective performance with […]

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Clear Talk: How CTSI is Changing the Way Organizations Upgrade to New Technologies

With the rapid innovations in technology today, it’s hard to keep up; especially in the business world where we rely on these different systems to profit and grow. Alan Rosenkoff, Director of Business Development & Corporate Marketing at CTSI, joins host Tyler Kern to talk about how CTSI has changed the way organizations consume […]

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Latest Click Connect Drive

Click Connect Drive
Creative Problem Solving in the Supply Chain Post-COVID
October 14, 2021

“It has merged into more of a headcount and workforce problem. So, how do we keep people coming and the lines rolling?,” he said. “It has been a challenge.” On our podcast, Ground Truth by Phantom Auto, our goal is to tell stories about the power of reimagined warehouse logistics, mobility and automation that speak […]

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Ground Truth: Introducing Teleoperation for Industrial Vehicles

Henry Ford revolutionized the automobile. So, too, did Elon Musk. As automobile technology continues to advance, consumers are starting to see the next wave of technology, such as self-driving cars. But another new technology allows drivers to operate vehicles remotely, even from thousands of miles. On this episode of Ground Truth, a Phantom Auto podcast, […]

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Issues Facing the Autonomous Technology Supply Chain in 2021 and Beyond

Today’s supply chain faces several compounding issues that were difficult to predict a year and a half ago. There are numerous short and long-term effects of COVID to deal with, as well as increasing pressure from growing consumer demands, challenges in implementing autonomous technology and a hiring shortage. On this episode of Ground Truth, a […]

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Latest Closing the Books

Healthcare Industry
Articles
Closing the Books: Changes to Credit Reporting in Healthcare
December 13, 2022

The most expensive car ride someone may take in their life is an ambulance ride, which racks up to a whopping average of 1,200 dollars. Most individuals probably cannot or will not pay that bill outright, meaning it will serve as a form of debt to them. So, how is credit debt any different from […]

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Closing the Books: IC Systems

Lee Brockney is currently the Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis Manager at IC Systems. After 19 years with the company, he wears many hats today. He’s in charge of general project pricing, financial forecasting, cost analysis, budget, and other ad-hoc reporting. He’s also an active Chairman of the Innovation Committee. He’s poised to discuss […]

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Closing the Books: How Regulation F is Reshaping the Debt Collection Industry

Returning guest Michelle Dove, Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel for IC System, sits down with host Tyler Kern to discuss the changes implemented by Regulation F and how they’ve effected IC System as well as the broader debt collection world. “I am mainly tasked with understanding the law that applies to the collection industry […]

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Closing the Books: Realistic Expectations for Working with a Debt Collection Agency

In general, the debt collection industry suffers from a poor reputation. And the idea that a consumer in debt could describe their experiences working with a debt collection agency as positive is strange to many people. Closing the Books host Tyler Kern spoke with Brian Eggert, Marketing Specialist at IC System about these various […]

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Business Services
Closing the Books: Realistic Expectations for Working with a Debt Collection Agency
April 15, 2022

In general, the debt collection industry suffers from a poor reputation. And the idea that a consumer in debt could describe their experiences working with a debt collection agency as positive is strange to many people. Closing the Books host Tyler Kern spoke with Brian Eggert, Marketing Specialist at IC System about these various […]

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Closing the Books: National Licensure in the Collections Industry

A collections agency that is nationally licensed ensures compliance within each state it operates. Chris Morris, VP of Client Success at IC System, spoke with Tyler Kern about the ins and outs of being nationally licensed in the collections industry. Becoming a nationally licensed collections agency is a complex, intricate process that can take a […]

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Why Winning the BBB’s Torch Award for Ethics Is Important for IC System

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has long been an organization that seeks to build trust between businesses and consumers. Most people are familiar with their grading, which is the result of customer reviews. They also have the Torch Awards for Ethics, and IC System is a 2021 winner. Discussing the award and what it means, […]

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How a Collection Partner Helps Utilize Healthcare Offices’ Limited Resources

Debt collection is a challenging aspect of healthcare operations. With a variety of organizations, account recovery isn’t one-size-fits-all, nor is it usually manageable with limited resources. Healthcare can lean on trusted agency partners to improve collection efforts. With insights on this topic, Closing the Books host Tyler Kern spoke with experts Mary Prendergast, VP […]

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Business Services
How a Collection Partner Helps Utilize Healthcare Offices’ Limited Resources
July 15, 2021

Debt collection is a challenging aspect of healthcare operations. With a variety of organizations, account recovery isn’t one-size-fits-all, nor is it usually manageable with limited resources. Healthcare can lean on trusted agency partners to improve collection efforts. With insights on this topic, Closing the Books host Tyler Kern spoke with experts Mary Prendergast, VP […]

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Closing the Books: Patient Advocacy in Healthcare from the Provider to Collections

What does patient advocacy look like in 2021, and how has COVID-19 impacted the healthcare system from the patient to the provider and collection agencies? Kristina Gursky, Director of Healthcare Client Success at IC System, and Kenny Koerner, Director of Revenue Cycle at CGH Medical Center, helped host Tyler Kern break down this important and […]

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How Utilities Can Decrease Their Accounts Receivable

Utility companies, like many businesses, were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. With people struggling to pay their bills, that left utilities with growing accounts receivables. Karen Jonas, Senior Vice President of Business Development at IC System, and Eric Port, Recovery Manager at DebtNext, provided some insights on the matter and some welcome news for utilities […]

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Closing the Books: Scorecards for Success in Debt Collection

Mike Selbitschka joined IC System fresh out of high school. Now IC System’s Vice President of Operations, Selbitschka knows a thing or two about the collections industry. And the best tool he knows for measuring success is the scorecard. There are multiple scorecards used to track performance. Some, Selbitschka said, come from IC System’s clients, […]

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Latest Collaborative Tech Talk

Collaborative Tech Talk
El trabajo híbrido ha cambiado la colaboración permanentemente. ¿Esto requie-re inversiones en renovar la oficina?
December 1, 2021

En este primer episodio hispanohablante del podcast Collaborative Tech Talk de ScreenBeam, exploramos tendencias en el trabajo híbrido en Latino América y cómo esta gran migración a un nuevo tipo de trabajo ha afectado a las instalacio-nes y sus profesionales. Hay una pregunta inminente para muchas organizaciones hoy en día: Cómo habilitar espacios para […]

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Nuevos desafíos y soluciones de trabajo remoto

Nuestros invitados Flavio Calonge (desarrollador de negocios para Latinoamérica de Screenbeam) y Pablo Velez (CEO de COMSULTING SAS) nos cuentan como la marca LABERINT del grupo COMSULTING nos brinda soluciones para el trabajo híbrido, tanto en ambientes educativos como corporativos. Fundada en el año 2014, COMSULTING ha marcado la pauta en Latinoamérica creando soluciones […]

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ScreenBeam Announces Partnership with Carousel Digital Signage

Collaboration and partnership are two synonymous terms that mean everything to ScreenBeam’s success. Collaborative Tech Talk’s host, Daniel Litwin, shared some important news – as of May 6, ScreenBeam and Carousel Digital Signage have entered into a partnership to deliver seamless digital signage integrations into classrooms and meeting spaces across verticals to bring active content […]

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Collaborative Tech Talks: How Educators Should Prepare for a Post-Pandemic Classroom Environment

With the signing of the American Rescue Plan Act, a portion of the $1.9-trillion federal relief fund will be directed into the nation’s educational system. However, the challenges faced by educators all over the country aren’t over yet. School leaders must now maneuver through the law’s requirements and strategize the best way to use the […]

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Collaborative Tech Talk
Collaborative Tech Talks: How Educators Should Prepare for a Post-Pandemic Classroom Environment
April 2, 2021

With the signing of the American Rescue Plan Act, a portion of the $1.9-trillion federal relief fund will be directed into the nation’s educational system. However, the challenges faced by educators all over the country aren’t over yet. School leaders must now maneuver through the law’s requirements and strategize the best way to use the […]

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The Impact of COVID on Integrators and Solutions Planning

Mark Coxon, Technology Leader at Tangram Interiors, Digital Workflow and AV Professional Blogger, and Podcast Host, stopped by Collaborative Tech Talk to talk about the impact of COVID-19 – specifically, the pandemic’s effect on integrators from a planning standpoint. One of the primary things Coxon felt has been missing since the pandemic hit is […]

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Maximizing Year-End Education Budgets

Educational institutions must maximize their year-end budgets by getting the jump on 2021. David Lopez, Senior Manager of Strategic Alliances for ScreenBeam, provided some much-needed tips and advice for educators looking to make the most of their 2020 budget without leaving available funds on the table. Lopez admitted that 2020 was a unique and […]

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Empowering Active Teaching and Learning in Modern Classrooms

On this episode of ScreenBeam’s Collaborative Tech Talks, Dr. Judy Fields, CEO of Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, and David Lopez, ScreenBeam Senior Manager, Strategic Alliances joined host Tyler Kern to outline the partnership between the two companies and how it will benefit K12 schools. Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, Fields said, has worked for […]

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Collaborative Tech Talk
Empowering Active Teaching and Learning in Modern Classrooms
October 7, 2020

On this episode of ScreenBeam’s Collaborative Tech Talks, Dr. Judy Fields, CEO of Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, and David Lopez, ScreenBeam Senior Manager, Strategic Alliances joined host Tyler Kern to outline the partnership between the two companies and how it will benefit K12 schools. Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, Fields said, has worked for […]

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The Orchestration Tool Every Teacher Can Appreciate

In a wireless world, why should classrooms be any different? Technology has made a huge impact on teaching, but it’s not been without challenges. One of the greatest challenges teachers face is being able to collaborate and orchestrate while staying mobile. ScreenBeam wireless displays make that possible, and Classroom Commander is the perfect software complement. […]

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Collaborative Tech Talk: Touchless Technology to Support Education During the Pandemic

One way or another, back to school season is coming, but this fall is shaping up to be the start of a school year like no other. David Lopez, Senior Manager of Strategic Alliances at ScreenBeam, spoke about the challenges facing schools across the country in how to return kids to learning during the COVID-19 […]

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Collaborative Tech Talks: Strategies to Enable Safe Employee Collaboration in the Workplace

You’ve heard it a thousand times — we’re living in unprecedented times. The COVID-19 pandemic has already changed how we work, live and play. Now, as companies prepare to safely transition employees back to the workplace, how can you implement technology to create lower-risk spaces? To answer that question, host Shelby Skrhak sat down […]

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Latest CommunicatED

CommunicatED
How One El Paso District Found Significant Online Learning Success
August 5, 2021

Location: El Paso, Texas. Place: Clint ISD (independent school district.) Time: 2019. Even before the pandemic shuttered classrooms across the country and left school districts searching for online solutions, Clint ISD began preparing for a comprehensive communication solution that would unknowingly benefit students when the pandemic struck. Mark Jones, Vice President of Sales at FrontRow, […]

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Latest Community Reengaged

Business Services
How to Enhance Your Sales Team’s Digital Communication with Media Channels and Content
July 28, 2021

 How can sales teams leverage the right content to accelerate the sales process while ensuring engagement? The answer is content, but what that content is and its intent are evolving. Discussing this shift and “new” media channels, Community Reengaged host Daniel Litwin spoke with MarketScale Digital Media Strategist Shannon Maverick. B2B sales teams had unique […]

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How to Build and Grow Community with a Live Virtual Event

Going live is the name of the game in B2B media, and not just because it’s how people consume content in the modern landscape. Going live can also help your organization with its overall goal of using holistic, owned media channels to build an organic community around your brand. On this episode of MarketScale’s Community […]

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How Media Channels Start You on a Journey toward Building a B2B Community

There’s arguably nothing more important in the current B2B landscape than building a community. The days of traditional advertising have long since come and gone, and the modern buyer wants to engage with content in unprecedented ways. Today’s audiences are used to powerful live broadcasts, expert-laden podcasts, and more – but they don’t just magically […]

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Latest ConCensis

ConCensis
Stop Digging for Data: Uncover Productivity Issues and Opportunities in Minutes
November 3, 2022

Sterile Processing Departments (SPDs), as with all other industries in healthcare, are struggling with supply chain concerns, a lack of steady commitment from staff, and a workforce shortage. Additionally, SPDs have long dealt with issues in staffing shortages, which even extends to how facilities maximize their spaces. Seamus Johnson, Senior Director of Application Development […]

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ConCensis Panel of Purpose: Censis Technology Users Conference (CTUC)

This year, the theme for the Censis Technologies Users Conference (CTUC), is the “Power of Purpose.” ConCensis Host Gabrielle Bejarano was joined by the following from Censis to dive into the purpose of the conference and this year’s theme: President Ankush Kaul, Allison Flood, VP, Customer Success & Service, Barry Phetteplace, Chief Technology Officer, and […]

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ConCensis: How to Bring Your Scope Management Process Into the 21st Century

Endoscopes are complex surgical assets made with various intricate parts depending on their use. Processing includes sterilizing, cleaning, transporting, and storing these tools. All of this requires intense asset management. To discuss moving scope process into the technological age, host Tyler Kern invited Jacob Long, Director – Sales Engineering, and Hannah Shipp, Product Owner – […]

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Innovation Station: The Future of Sterile Processing

Everything begins with the customer journey to create the innovations that will shape the future of sterile processing. Barry Phetteplace, Chief Technology Officer at Censis, and Susan Isaac, Product Director at Censis, shared the strategy that guides their teams in developing advanced sterile processing solutions. Isaac said Censis tackles a problem by examining the customer […]

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ConCensis
Innovation Station: The Future of Sterile Processing
July 19, 2022

Everything begins with the customer journey to create the innovations that will shape the future of sterile processing. Barry Phetteplace, Chief Technology Officer at Censis, and Susan Isaac, Product Director at Censis, shared the strategy that guides their teams in developing advanced sterile processing solutions. Isaac said Censis tackles a problem by examining the customer […]

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Do You Know Where Your Instruments Are? How Surgical Instrument Marking Can Improve Your Perioperative feat. Bill Camargo and Jennifer Bingaman

Ahead of any surgical procedure or operation is the preparation of surgical instruments. In the latest episode of the podcast “ConCensis,” host Tyler Kern discussed the ins and outs of how Censis utilizes its software to facilitate the use of surgical instruments throughout the full perioperative loop by putting marks on each individual instrument. He […]

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Implementation Strategy: What Does a Successful Surgical Instrument Management System Implementation Look Like?

Technology plays a central role in every aspect of medical advancement — even in the surgical asset management field. On an episode of ConCensis host, Tyler Kern was joined by Theresa Cole, a Sterile Processing Manager at Northern Nevada Sierra Hospital, and Jason Blake, a project manager with Censis Technologies – the company behind CensiTrac, […]

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The Loaner Tray Conundrum – How to Accurately Track Loaner Trays Throughout Your Department

Susie Martin, Project Manager with Professional Services at Censis Technologies, Inc., and Carrie Miller, Perioperative Enterprise Coordinator at The Ohio State University, spoke with ConCensis about best practices for loaner tray management. Miller said that in the case of Ohio State University’s healthcare network, Censis’ LoanerLink is a critical solution for efficient and safe loaner […]

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ConCensis
The Loaner Tray Conundrum – How to Accurately Track Loaner Trays Throughout Your Department
April 14, 2022

Susie Martin, Project Manager with Professional Services at Censis Technologies, Inc., and Carrie Miller, Perioperative Enterprise Coordinator at The Ohio State University, spoke with ConCensis about best practices for loaner tray management. Miller said that in the case of Ohio State University’s healthcare network, Censis’ LoanerLink is a critical solution for efficient and safe loaner […]

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ConCensis: Tracking to Infinity and Beyond with an Instrument Tracking System

Seamus Johnson, Senior Director of Application Development and Jacob Long, Sales Engineer at Censis, spoke with Host Tyler Kern about what instrument tracking is and how it is revolutionizing hospitals. Instruments often disappear, and the idea behind tracking is use barcodes and scan trays so instruments are traceable. “Being able to have almost like a […]

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ConCensis: Love at First Assessment – Using Utilization Assessments to Uncover Blind Spots in Your Sterile Processing Department

CensiTrac is a powerful tool for any medical organization, and Censis wants to make sure organizations get the most from it, which is why they conduct onsite utilization assessments. Cody Pregler, Clinical EducatorforCensis,spoke with Tyler Kern on the multitude of ways Censis maximizes efficiencies with advanced clinical support through their ServicePlus model. What exactly does […]

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ConCensis: Six New Year’s Resolutions for 2022

Every new year brings with it New Year’s resolutions. And these resolutions don’t have to be personal goals, as Censis Clinical Educator Jill Sweeney explained to ConCensis’ Tyler Kern. Resolutions can also apply to effective surgical instrument management. Sweeney gave Kern six solid ways that CensiTrac can help steer 2022 in the right direction. […]

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Latest Connected World

Connected World
Trends in Space Technology
June 6, 2022

ATM machines, the internet, GPS maps, and weather reports all have one common denominator: outer space. Without space, these services would not be possible at the scale they are today. TE Connectivity’s leader of global engineering, Matt McAlonis joined Tyler Kern, host of Our Connected World, to highlight the trends in the frontier of space […]

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Our Connected World: Reshaping Industries with Sensor Technology

TE Connectivity is on the cutting edge of sensor technology. To discuss this innovation that’s disrupting many industries, Tyler Kern chatted with VP and Chief Technology Officer, Erin Byrne, of Sensor Solutions. Byrne highlighted many examples of how sensors are already involved in people’s everyday use. “Sensors are ubiquitous…they’re ubiquitous in improving our lives, […]

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Connected World: Toward a Sustainable Future for Mobility and EV Architectures Part 3 of 3

Ralf Klaedtke, The Chief Technical Officer for Transportation Solutions at TE Connectivity, wrapped his three-part look at autonomous driving on Connected World with a focus on the future. The present-day provides the answers to that future. New players entering the autonomous vehicle space are making their presence known, and their technology solutions can play […]

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Connected World: Toward a Sustainable Future for Mobility and EV Architectures Part 2 of 3

Ralf Klaedtke, The Chief Technical Officer for Transportation Solutions at TE Connectivity, continued his discussion on autonomous driving with Connected World’s Tyler Kern. In this second episode, the conversation shifted to the human side of autonomous driving and people’s trust issues with AI. And, as with Klaedtke and Kern’s earlier conversation, safety is the leading […]

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Connected World
Connected World: Toward a Sustainable Future for Mobility and EV Architectures Part 2 of 3
March 15, 2022

Ralf Klaedtke, The Chief Technical Officer for Transportation Solutions at TE Connectivity, continued his discussion on autonomous driving with Connected World’s Tyler Kern. In this second episode, the conversation shifted to the human side of autonomous driving and people’s trust issues with AI. And, as with Klaedtke and Kern’s earlier conversation, safety is the leading […]

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Connected World: Toward a Sustainable Future for Mobility and EV Architectures Part 1 of 3

There’s a lot to be excited about in the world of autonomous vehicles. Still, there are many challenges ahead, including misconceptions to clear up and technology hurdles to climb before EV’s go mainstream. Ralf Klaedtke, The Chief Technical Officer for Transportation Solutions at TE Connectivity, shared his insights on those challenges and the trends shaping […]

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Connected World: Partnering with OEMs on EV Innovation

“Regardless of the OEM model, they all need to advance battery technology and ensure the electrical infrastructure is there.” The ecosystem of electric vehicles (EVs) is rapidly changing. With so many factors that impact the market, OEMs are evolving their models to meet consumer demand and infrastructure needs. Discussing the current state,  Steven Merkt, President, Transportation […]

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Our Connected World: Advanced Fiber Optic Applications in Aviation Aircraft

Aircraft are becoming more advanced in their use of technology. Still, it’s difficult to know how they’re advancing when much of the technology is internal to aircraft. Mark Benton, Rugged Fiber Optics Engineering Manager and Product Manager at TE Connectivity, joined Our Connected World host Tyler Kern to discuss one aspect of advancing air technology—rugged fiber […]

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Connected World
Our Connected World: Advanced Fiber Optic Applications in Aviation Aircraft
December 7, 2021

Aircraft are becoming more advanced in their use of technology. Still, it’s difficult to know how they’re advancing when much of the technology is internal to aircraft. Mark Benton, Rugged Fiber Optics Engineering Manager and Product Manager at TE Connectivity, joined Our Connected World host Tyler Kern to discuss one aspect of advancing air technology—rugged fiber […]

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Our Connected World: What is Driving the Acceleration of EV Vehicles?

The trend for seeing electric vehicles (EV) on the road has been on the rise. Sameer Pagnis, President of Global Automotive at TE Connectivity, joined Host Tyler Kern to discuss facilitators and roadblocks in the EV field. A convergence of factors are responsible for increasing EV prevalence. The technology is integrating rapidly, battery-pack density is […]

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Challenges and Solutions for Designers Creating eVTOL Platforms

Taylor Fitzpatrick, Product Manager of Power Connectors at TE Connectivity, spoke on the challenges designers face when creating eVTOL platforms and the solutions they can use to help solve them. Without the proper battery management strategy, eVTOL aircraft cannot glide or auto-rotate. Fitzpatrick said that, along with needing sufficient battery storage for an eVTOL flight, […]

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The Soaring Growth of Commercial Drones

750,000 to 17 million – that’s quite the differential. These two numbers reflect where the commercial drone market is today, and where it’s projected to be by 2029. Why are commercial drones rising so quickly in popularity? That’s what ConnecTEd World’s Tyler Kern wanted to know. Luckily for Kern, Catharina Atalaia Santos, a Field Application […]

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Latest Connections

Connections
PE Pipe’s Role in the Future of Infrastructure and Sustainability
September 2, 2021

Tyler Kern tapped two true subject matter experts to explore the role PE pipe plays in today’s world of infrastructure and its uses in many different applications. Peter Dyke, Executive Director at the Alliance for PE Pipe, and Brett Stone, Sales Channel Manager for PE Pipe at McElroy Manufacturing, were thrilled to get the opportunity […]

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An Update on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

As Washington looks to pass a new infrastructure bill to fund a variety of projects, it will certainly impact many industries. The bill seems to be on the move, but where do things stand? Breaking all of this down, Connections host Tyler Kern welcomed two guests – Kip Eideberg, Senior Vice President, Government & Industry […]

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Shining a Spotlight on Pipe Fusion

Jeff Turner, Sales Channel Manager for McElroy, and Ryan Ethier, creator of the Facebook group Gods of Fusion and Western Canada Utility Sales Manager at ISCO-AH McElroy, joined host Tyler Kern for the first episode of Connections, a new podcast series by McElroy. This series is dedicated to the pipe fusion industry. McElroy, an industry […]

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Latest Conversation from The EDGE with Service Logic

Building Management
Conversations from the Edge: Women in HVAC Series
September 9, 2021

The HVAC industry has long been male-dominated, but women are joining the field in larger numbers and making an impact. One of those is Brittney Johnson, Maintenance Sales Representative, Commercial Mechanical at Commercial Mechanical Utah. She spoke with Conversations from the Edge host Hilary Kennedy about her career. Johnson explained that after high school, she wasn’t […]

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Conversations from the EDGE: Why the COVID-19 Pandemic Brought Indoor Air Quality to the Forefront

Perhaps at no time in history have we thought as much about the air we breathe indoors. With research suggesting that COVID-19 spreads more readily in indoor environments, measures need to be taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but there also are steps that can be taken by business owners or building […]

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Conversations from the EDGE: The Value of Peer Groups

Jonathan Sterling, president of Maxair Mechanical spoke on this episode of Conversations from the EDGE about peer groups, and how they offer many benefits for an organization. Before Maxair joined the Service Logic group of companies, they participated in non-competitive peer groups with similar type businesses across the country. “Through this process, we gained […]

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Conversations from the EDGE: How to Create an Exceptional Customer Experience

On this episode of Conversations from the EDGE with Service Logic, host James Kent spoke with Chris Douglas, President of Encon Heating & A/C, about Douglas’ 37 years with Encon, tracing a career path that began as a service technician. It was during this first role with the Encon, Douglas learned the importance of […]

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Conversations from the EDGE: How to Create an Exceptional Customer Experience
November 22, 2019

On this episode of Conversations from the EDGE with Service Logic, host James Kent spoke with Chris Douglas, President of Encon Heating & A/C, about Douglas’ 37 years with Encon, tracing a career path that began as a service technician. It was during this first role with the Encon, Douglas learned the importance of […]

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Conversations from The EDGE: Treating the IT Ecosystem as an Actual Ecosystem

The process of integrating new systems into existing ecosystems is detailed, by its very nature. On today’s installment of Service Logic’s Conversations from The EDGE, host Sean Heath spoke with Greg Crumpton and StrategITcom’s Carrie Goetz  to discuss the nature of an IT ecosystem and the challenges that present themselves during these implementations. “I […]

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Conversations from The EDGE: Misunderstanding the Term “Service Industry”

In the business world, there are a few phrases that are mainly used out of habit, without really considering the root meaning of the words being put together. On this episode of Conversations from The EDGE by Service Logic, Elizabeth Barber, Service Manager for Service Logic, had a thoughtful conversation with host Sean Heath […]

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Conversations from the Edge: COO Tony Ponzo’s Journey to Service Logic

On this month’s episode of Conversations From The EDGE podcast, with Service Logic, host Scott Sidway sat down with Service Logic’s Tony Ponzo to discuss the twists and turns of his successful career path, including an unexpected injury that changed his trajectory. Ponzo is Chief Operating Officer of Charlotte, North Carolina-based Service Logic, the […]

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Conversations from the Edge: COO Tony Ponzo’s Journey to Service Logic
October 1, 2019

On this month’s episode of Conversations From The EDGE podcast, with Service Logic, host Scott Sidway sat down with Service Logic’s Tony Ponzo to discuss the twists and turns of his successful career path, including an unexpected injury that changed his trajectory. Ponzo is Chief Operating Officer of Charlotte, North Carolina-based Service Logic, the […]

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Conversations from The EDGE: How to Encourage Gen Z to Embrace Skilled Trades

What’s the single most valuable skillset for a skilled tradesman? Surprise, it’s not 100 percent talent. Soft skills can be the secret ingredient for success in blue-collar trades, according to Josh Zolin, author of the book Blue Is the New White: The Best Path to Success No One Told You About and CEO of […]

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Conversations from The EDGE: From HVAC to Internet, Great Service Is All About Attitude

Great customer service is about delivering in a timely manner with the least amount of roadblocks possible. But is service also a soft skill? “You bet,” said Greg Crumpton, vice president of critical facilities at Service Logic. On this episode of Conversations from The EDGE with Service Logic, host Sean Heath discussed the role […]

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Conversations from The EDGE: Why Acquisitions Can Help HVAC Companies Thrive & Survive

Running a small HVAC business is difficult, relying on a single owner to maintain all aspects of the business. In this new episode of Conversations from The EDGE with Service Logic, host Sean Heath sat down with Tim Riedel, president of Service Logic, to discuss how the nationwide HVAC company approaches acquisitions and help […]

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Latest Conveying Progress

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Conveying Progress: Project Management Is the Key to Being On Time and Under Budget
June 16, 2021

Project management is a discipline that a wide range of industries use. When they have skilled people in the role, it leads to successful projects and happy customers. To explore its importance, Conveying Progress host Tyler Kern chatted with Amanda Dahshan, Senior Project Manager at Benda Manufacturing, Inc. Dahshan first explained how she found […]

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How Keeping Stock of Parts and Service Can Save You Time and Money

Sourcing parts during field service is essential, but it’s not as simple as buying something off Amazon. However, there are still the same issues – sometimes things are overpriced or shipping takes too long. The COVID-19 pandemic caused significant supply chain issues, and Benda has had to work harder than usual to get parts. […]

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Conveying Progress: Introducing Benda Manufacturing and Its History

Benda Manufacturing isn’t a new company; its innovative industrial conveyor solutions have served industries from food and beverage to packaging and pharmaceuticals since 1986. And it’s a family-run organization. Founded by Greg Benda, all six of his sons continue their involvement with Benda Manufacturing today. To kick off the first episode of Conveying Progress, Greg […]

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Latest Cooler News

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Cooler News: How to Effectively Scale COVID-19 Vaccine Storage Solutions
January 5, 2021

As the first COVID vaccine to be given FDS emergency authorization begins its distribution, many healthcare organizations have been tasked with a new challenge; figuring out how to store the vaccine at ultra-cold temperatures. How can healthcare organizations set themselves up for success quickly? In this episode of Cooler News, host Daniel Litwin is […]

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Cooler News: The State of Robotics in Grocery Markets

To get a clearer picture of technology innovations and solutions in robotics in the grocery delivery and fulfillment space, Cooler News tapped Joe McMenamin, Director of eCommerce at KPS Global, for some perspective. A major reason why this conversation is relevant today is the pandemic’s disruption in the grocery industry and the increasing need […]

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Cooler News: Ecommerce Grocery Go Live Challenges

A June 2020 survey from BMC (Brick Meets Click) and Mercatus USA found that 45.6 million U.S. consumers were online grocery shoppers, a 6% increase from the previous month. With this new COVID environment, the demand for eCommerce solutions in retail and grocery, specifically, appears to be increasing with no signs of stopping. How […]

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Cooler News: Fighting Back Against Condensation in Walk-In Coolers

Condensation in a walk-in freezer or cooler can be a real issue. Business owners may see droplets on glass doors or pooling water on the floor around the edge of a walk-in cooler. KPS Global’s experts have field experience figuring out why condensation is happening and what do about it. Jason Bratcher, Director of […]

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Cooler News: Fighting Back Against Condensation in Walk-In Coolers
September 10, 2020

Condensation in a walk-in freezer or cooler can be a real issue. Business owners may see droplets on glass doors or pooling water on the floor around the edge of a walk-in cooler. KPS Global’s experts have field experience figuring out why condensation is happening and what do about it. Jason Bratcher, Director of […]

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Cooler News: Managing the Supply Chain During the Pandemic

Even in the earliest days of the pandemic, the spotlight was on national and global supply chains. How would they hold up if the worst came to pass? Now several months into that world-wide crisis, Jeff Monroe, Director of Supply Chain at KPS Global, spoke about the challenges of supply chain management during the […]

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Cooler News: The Grocery Revolution & How Online Grocery Fulfillment is Changing the Game

Change is part of every industry. The grocery industry is no different. Evolution has become necessary, mostly driven by customer preferences. The grocery shopping experience is evolving with the support of technology. To chat about this new segment of the market is Joe McMenamin, business development for grocery fulfillment at KPS Global, a leading […]

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Cooler News: Walk-In Freezer Innovations are Defying the Laws of Thermodynamics

The first modern freezer hit homes in the early 1900s. Since then, modern refrigeration and freezers have come a long way; the laws of thermodynamics, though, haven’t changed. The way in which people treat and manage their walk-in freezers often incurs more costs for a company, whether that’s in maintenance or energy costs, and […]

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Cooler News: Walk-In Freezer Innovations are Defying the Laws of Thermodynamics
July 2, 2019

The first modern freezer hit homes in the early 1900s. Since then, modern refrigeration and freezers have come a long way; the laws of thermodynamics, though, haven’t changed. The way in which people treat and manage their walk-in freezers often incurs more costs for a company, whether that’s in maintenance or energy costs, and […]

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Cooler News: The Technology Moving Equipment Enclosures Forward

Mining oil and gas is essential to human civilization currently. However, the public does not often think of the massive machinery and equipment that are responsible for energy infrastructure, and thus make the modern lifestyle viable. This equipment, most often large, is also fragile and must be cared for. Today, we dive into how […]

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Latest Cross-Sections

Cross-Sections
How to Maximize Growth In The Modular Construction Network
July 12, 2021

Cross-Sections brings to you bite-size conversations with host Anthony Gude as he chats with colleagues and leaders in the construction and industrial ecosystem.    On this episode of Cross-Sections, Host Anthony Gude talked with Colby Swanson, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Operations Director, Modular Mobilization Coalition, and Michael Palmer, the Operations Director. The Modular Mobilization Coalition (MMC) is […]

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Can AI Plan Construction Projects Better Than Humans?

Cross-Sections brings to you bite-size conversations with host Anthony Gude as he chats with colleagues and leaders in the construction and industrial ecosystem.  Building was one of man’s earliest skills. Thousands of years later, it’s still essential to life, but the construction industry is complex, with many factors influencing it. However, technology is simplifying and optimizing processes, specifically […]

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Inside the World of Mass Timber

Cross-Sections brings to you bite-size conversations with host Anthony Gude, as he chats with colleagues and leaders in the construction and industrial ecosystem   On this episode of Cross-Sections, Host Anthony Gude talked with Ricky McLain, PE, SE, Senior Technical Director – Tall Wood WoodWorks™ – Wood Products Council about the projects they have going on […]

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From Onsite Construction to Offsite Modular Solutions

Cross-Sections brings to you bite-size conversations with host Anthony Gude as he chats with colleagues and leaders in the construction and industrial ecosystem. Gude spoke with Brandon Searle, The Innovation Director of the Offsite Construction Research Center at the University of New Brunswick, which studies the “Current trends in the construction industry reflect the […]

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From Onsite Construction to Offsite Modular Solutions
May 3, 2021

Cross-Sections brings to you bite-size conversations with host Anthony Gude as he chats with colleagues and leaders in the construction and industrial ecosystem. Gude spoke with Brandon Searle, The Innovation Director of the Offsite Construction Research Center at the University of New Brunswick, which studies the “Current trends in the construction industry reflect the […]

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Cross-Sections: A New Industrialized Construction Podcast

Cross-Sections brings to you bite-size conversations with host Anthony Gude, as he chats with colleagues and leaders in the construction and industrial ecosystem. Gude spoke with John Pugh of Pugh Management, a boutique real estate development, consulting, and investment firm. They play an advisory role to help maximize the opportunities and investment for landowners. Gude […]

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Latest CurveBeam Connect Cast

CurveBeam Connect Cast
Advancements in Bone Health Imaging with Dr. Ego Seeman
September 23, 2022

CurveBeam AI Medical Director – Endocrinology Prof. Ego Seeman recently sat down with Vinti Singh, CurveBeam AI’s Marketing Director, to discuss the future of bone health imaging. Prof. Seeman is a Professor and Endocrinologist in the Departments of Medicine and Endocrinology, Austin Health, University of Melbourne. He was recently awarded the Gideon A. Rodan […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Radiology and Weight Bearing CT Imaging

In the lead-up to CurveBeam’s Annual User Meeting, initially planned for mid-October, 2022, CurveBeam Connect sat down with featured speaker Dr. Tom Turmezei, Ph.D., a consultant MSK Radiologist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, UK. He joined host Vinti Singh to preview some of the great content he planned to share. (Note: The CurveBeam User […]

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CurveBeam Connect: The Benefits of Weight-Bearing CT Scans for Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Injuries

Fall is coming, and so is CurveBeam’s Annual User Meeting, held this year from Oct 17-19 in Kent Island, MD. CurveBeam’s Director of Marketing, Vinti Singh, sat down with one of this year’s featured speakers to preview some of the great topics attendees of the meeting can expect to hear and learn. Dr. Sudheer Reddy, […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Innovative Technologies are Changing the Economic Landscape of the Healthcare System – Part 3 of 3

In this final episode featuring Dr. Cuellar, Co-founder and Chief Biomedical Engineer for Efferent Health who is also an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacement surgery spoke to Vinti Singh, Director of Marketing at Curvebeam about cybersecurity requirements and much more. The conversation opened with a look into how Efferent Health builds […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Innovative Technologies are Changing the Economic Landscape of the Healthcare System – Part 3 of 3
April 27, 2022

In this final episode featuring Dr. Cuellar, Co-founder and Chief Biomedical Engineer for Efferent Health who is also an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacement surgery spoke to Vinti Singh, Director of Marketing at Curvebeam about cybersecurity requirements and much more. The conversation opened with a look into how Efferent Health builds […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Innovative Technologies are Changing the Economic Landscape of the Healthcare System – Part 2 of 3

One of healthcare’s biggest expenses is in the processes utilized to run systems and provide patient care. Dr. Cuellar, Co-founder and Chief Biomedical Engineer for Efferent Health who is also an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacement surgery spoke to Vinti Singh, Director of Marketing at Curvebeam about the antiquated processes driving […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Innovative Technologies are Changing the Economic Landscape of the Healthcare System – Part 1 of 3

When it comes to healthcare in the US, there is little doubt that the economics behind the system is somewhat of a mystery. With the rise in AI, IoT, and machine learning technologies, one would think the cost of healthcare would be on a downward trajectory. However, the reality is completely opposite. Vinti Singh, […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Preparing for CurveBeam’s Annual User Meeting

Those in the medical field who have heard of or used weight bearing computed tomography (WBCT) should prepare themselves. From October 17 through 19, the first in-person user conference, Weight Bearing CT: New Directions, will be held at the Inn at the Chesapeake Bay in Kent Island, Maryland. WBCT is relatively new modality, but has […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Preparing for CurveBeam’s Annual User Meeting
March 1, 2022

Those in the medical field who have heard of or used weight bearing computed tomography (WBCT) should prepare themselves. From October 17 through 19, the first in-person user conference, Weight Bearing CT: New Directions, will be held at the Inn at the Chesapeake Bay in Kent Island, Maryland. WBCT is relatively new modality, but has […]

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CurveBeam Connect: Harnessing the Data from Medical Imaging to Supercharge Orthopedics

Orthopedic surgeries have progressed advancements since the first robotic-assisted surgery in medicine 36 years ago. Dr. Stefano Bini, knee arthroplasty expert and academic at University of California San Francisco (UCSF), discussed these advancements with Host Vinti Singh.   The medical industry is seeing more interest in artificial intelligence (AI) to identify outcomes and risk factors. […]

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Revealing the 3D Perspectives of Hindfoot Alignment with WBCT

Weight bearing CT imaging could change how surgeons approach hindfoot alignment (HA) & deformity. Multiple scientific papers delve into the difficulties of measuring HA on traditional radiographs. Challenges posed by 2D imaging include superimposition by the midfoot and dependency on patient position. CurveBeam Connect host Vinti Singh spoke with Dr. Arne Burssens, Foot and Ankle […]

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Is It Time To Rebrand WBCT As 3D X-Ray?

When it comes to diagnostic imaging, 3D imaging provides an all-encompassing view of the body. For weight-bearing body parts, a 3D look can allow doctors to get an image, make a more accurate assessment and determine the best medical care. Dr. Francois Lintz, a foot and ankle specialist and pioneer of 3D imaging, has used […]

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Latest Cutting Through

The Plan Behind the RXT Interface
Cutting Through
The Plan Behind the RXT Interface
September 16, 2022

Just a decade ago, the first customizable eight-button controller was introduced to the market with interactive technology. Flash-forward to today, controllers are becoming more accessible within corporate and educational settings, and more.   “You either see either of the two extremes. You’ll either see your standard button panel or a seven-inch touch screen on the wall […]

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Designing Aurora’s Newest Products with PoE in Mind

The Pro AV world is shaking it up. Speaking on the importance of AV from a manufacturer, factory, and distribution level, host Bobby Brill chatted with Production Manager of Aurora Multimedia Nick Reiser about the importance of AV implementing PoE capabilities.   AV work is about more than just setting up a screen – almost everything […]

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The Road Map for the Future

With the return to in-person trade shows comes the excitement of witnessing technological advances firsthand. Aurora Multimedia, a company dedicated to changing the topology of AV, participates in many of these events, like the Integrated Systems Europe show in Spain on May 10–13. In this episode of Cutting Through, host Tyler Kern spoke with Aurora’s […]

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Preparing for ISE and InfoComm

Tyler Kern interviewed Paul Harris, CEO at Aurora Multimedia, ahead of the 2022 ISE and InfoComm tradeshows to explore current AV industry trends and upcoming product announcements. Aurora Multimedia is an AV industry leader providing products for all industries, “our main focus market is commercial AV… we do a lot of digital signage, hospitality, medical, […]

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Preparing for ISE and InfoComm
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Preparing for ISE and InfoComm
May 2, 2022

Tyler Kern interviewed Paul Harris, CEO at Aurora Multimedia, ahead of the 2022 ISE and InfoComm tradeshows to explore current AV industry trends and upcoming product announcements. Aurora Multimedia is an AV industry leader providing products for all industries, “our main focus market is commercial AV… we do a lot of digital signage, hospitality, medical, […]

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Will Higher Education Invest in Entryway Devices as a Risk Mitigation Tool?

Since the beginning of the pandemic, every industry has had conversations about how to use technology to mitigate risk and return to full capacity. Those discussions remain imperative, as it appears that COVID-19 is likely to become an endemic. Should that track to be accurate, the virus will be something that stays around indefinitely. […]

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