In Episode 9, Prakash Muthukrishnan, CIO at Purchasing Power, discusses the traits and characteristics of successful leaders in his experience, the importance of storytelling and being a good listener, as well as transparency and communication in the workplace.
In Episode 8 we interview Steve Seidner of Yancey Bros. Before becoming the CIO for Yancey Brothers, the Caterpillar dealership for the state of Georgia, he started his career working as a consultant and was placed at Georgia-Pacific Corporation as a software developer. After being promoted several times within 12 years, including moving to corporate roles, Steve held the responsibility for the company’s Technology Planning Process and ultimately, as GP’s Chief Technologist. In this episode Seidner will discuss the personality traits of a good manager, what it takes to be a CTO/CIO and his journey from going from entry level to C-Suite.
Hear from our Business Development Executive, Ann Mooney, and our Account Executive, Jeff Bond as we discuss all-things-clients: an essential part of both sides of the SOLTECH business - software development and staffing solutions!
Learn how SOLTECH has grown over the past 18 years, along with some of the most memorable moments as told by founders Tim and Veanne Smith.
In Episode 7 we interview Ravi Venkatesan of Bridge2 Solutions. Ravi is currently the CTO at Bridge2 Solutions which is his latest adventure in his 15 year journey being a technology leader. With a mission to lead with purpose, Ravi encourages culture changes; specializing in driving business and technology alignment with a “business outcomes first, and technology solutions second” approach.
Episode 6 we interview Leslie Kuban of FranNet. Leslie’s specialty is helping her clients determine if franchise ownership is right for them, and identifying franchise businesses that will offer them the best opportunity for success with the lowest risk. She has helped more than 400 people successfully transition from corporate life to business ownership. As a franchise owner, Leslie is able to give an insider perspective that helps her clients assess their real opportunities, risks and timing so they can make sound decisions.
In this episode, Renee Walsh talks about WiithYu, her new online wedding planning software, and her leap from a corporate career to full-time entrepreneur.
In our first episode of season two, Wayne Kurzen talks about EOS, the Entrepreneurial Operating System. We dive into what it is, how it works and how it can transform your business.
In this episode of our podcast, Kirk Elder and Veanne Smith talk about how data analytics is helping us to deliver value-based and quality-based healthcare.
In this episode, Lee Echols and Veanne Smith talk about:
Michael Trader of RightPatient and Veanne Smith talk about the issues hospitals face with patient identification and how the technology of biometrics offers a solution.
Ben Tucker of Fusionetics and Veanne Smith talk about a new technology that helps people treat and prevent injuries by looking at the joints and muscles of the whole body.
Jay Shaffer and Veanne Smith talk about living younger: how to creating a lifestyle that keeps us out of the hospital, and today's most exciting mobile apps for health and wellness that can help.
Adrian, Sean and Veanne discuss telehealth and how technology is improving this age-old approach to medicine.
Tom and Veanne discuss the very first Healthcare IT systems and how they have progressed over time, as well as the needs of rural providers and how they are different than large city hospitals.
How mobile technologies are improving the way physicians are tackling continuing education