Monthly Archives:
March, 2018


  1. Saladax Launches New Website to Promote the MyCare Line in Psychiatry and Oncology

    Saladax is Advancing Personalized Medicine by Providing Doctors with the Diagnostic Tools to Treat Patients Better  Saladax Biomedical Inc., a diagnostics company providing kits to test drug blood levels for adherence and personized dose management, unveiled its new MyCare Product website at The website comes just days before the company expects CE Mark on Continue Reading…

  2. Economic Diversity in NE PA

    A technical diversity among businesses that helped protect the region from many of the crippling effects of the Great Recession still exists within NEPA, according to Ken Okrepkie, regional manager with the Ben Franklin Technology Partners. Via NE PA Business Journal: 

  3. CEO Profile:

    At 31 years old, webCemeteries President and CEO Nick Timpe is already an 11-year veteran of the cemetery and funeral home industry. Timpe’s goal is simple: help cemeteries and funeral homes better serve their families though technology. “We are excited that Ben Franklin Technology Partners sees our vision for technology better serving the industry and Continue Reading…

  4. Viddler Selected by Nation’s Largest NP Healthcare Provider

    Viddler Inc. announced the addition of Ascension, the world’s largest Catholic Healthcare provider and the largest non profit healthcare provider in the US, to its client roster. Ascension recently completed implementation of Viddler Training Suite to provide a secure video-based platform for enabling employee engagement, connection, sharing, and community for associates in Ascension’s 2,500 locations. More: Continue Reading…

  5. EthosGen in Waste-to-Energy Project with US Department of Defense

    The US DoD’s Environmental Research Program has announced a Deployable Waste-to-Energy project with Ben Franklin client EthosGen and its partners. “Successful small-scale waste-to-energy simply hasn’t been done like this before, and it could transform the way all expeditionary forces deal with waste,” says James Abrams, founder and President of EthosGen. Via New York Times: