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VisualVault News

  • vv_logo_diamond VisualVault Announces New Offline iForms to Enhance Inspections, Investigations and Other Field Services

    Offline iForms untether Inspectors, Service Agents and others from the internet.

    VisualVault, a Business Process Automation (BPA)/ Enterprise Content Management(ECM) software company, introduces Offline iForms. Offline iForms is a derivative of VisualVault’s SaaS-based iForm technology that incorporates intelligence behind form fields in order to deliver faster, more accurate data collection and processing. The Offline iForms product frees field personnel to conduct business regardless of internet availability.

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    Author: Jason Hatch
  • vv_logo_diamond VisualVault Expands Partner Program to Professional Employment Organizations

    VisualVault Partner Program focuses on scalability and additional revenue streams for PEOs.

    TEMPE, Ariz. (PRWEB) June 13, 2017  VisualVault, a Business Process Automation (BPA)/ Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software company, is continuing to expand the reach of its Global Partner Program to include Professional Employment Organizations (PEOs).

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    Author: Jason Hatch
  • vv_logo_diamond VisualVault Expands Team and Focus on the Human Resources Market by Naming Director of Channel Sales.

    VisualVault Expands Team and Focus on the Human Resources Market by Naming Director of Channel Sales.

    David Donahue named Director, Channel Sales for VisualVault’s growing global partner program for Cloud Based, Business Process Automation (BPA)/Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions.

    TEMPE, Ariz., April 27th, 2017 - VisualVault, a Business Process Automation (BPA)/ Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software company, has named David Donahue as Director of Channel Sales. VisualVault’s cloud-based SaaS application serves as a BPA platform and provides partners with a robust platform that accommodates a high level of customization of functionality that is important to the Human Resources market. This has successfully enabled partners to quickly and cost effectively transform document and data intensive processes that no longer support department service levels and performance goals.

    David earned his undergraduate degree in Marketing from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. He brings a strong blend of technology and Human Resources experience to VisualVault.  David has held several key roles with cloud-based technology companies, as well HR industry icons Kronos and ADP. His extensive experience working with partners gives him an invaluable perspective of how to build a partner program for VisualVault that serves the business interests of all parties.

    “The entire team at VisualVault is excited to have David join us.” said Steve Leichtman, CEO of VisualVault. “I’m confident that his experience, strong work ethic and the insights he brings will result in great traction for VisualVault in this important market..”

    VisualVault’s multi-tenant platform provides partners solid core functionality highlighted by Intelligent Forms, Workflow, e-Signature and core ECM document management capabilities. In addition, VisualVault’s unique licensing model enables partners to meet their client’s requirements of crafting a SaaS-based solution that solves their unique requirements. VisualVault’s ability to meet market expectations of a SaaS solution (quick to implement, easy to change, and charges for what is consumed) has led to high levels of growth and interest from potential global partners.

    David Donahue, Director Channel Sales, comments, “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to help build our partner program in the Human Resources market. The forward-looking direction of the VisualVault product roadmap, focus on an easy to configure platform and experienced executive leadership collectively provide a compelling story for partners and a real opportunity for them to grow their business using the VisualVault platform.”

    VisualVault continues to focus on expanding its partner global network in 2017 and beyond. The flexible platform, scalability in the cloud and extensive APIs are fundamental to attracting partners that understand the value of building their own vertical market solutions on top of this robust platform.

    

    About VisualVault

    Founded in 2009, VisualVault is a private, Arizona-based, Business Process Automation (BPA)/Enterprise Content Management (ECM) company specializing in the automation of data and document intensive processes for the enterprise. It is the developer of  VisualVault®, a cloud-based application including Intelligent Forms (i-Forms) which automates, as well as validates both structured and unstructured data. These i-Forms streamline manual data entry and routing processes to boost overall productivity and accelerate business results.

    VisualVault enables its clients to search and present content in a contextual manner configured for their specific business requirements, improving adoption through flexibility and ease of use. VisualVault's integrated platform standardizes user data so it may be accessed, viewed and used across an enterprise providing users with live dashboards for end-to-end reporting, analysis and decision making. VisualVault’s mission is transforming our client’s processes quickly and cost effectively without replacing expensive core legacy systems by streamlining data and document intensive processes with our uniquely configured software that is delivered as a service.

    

    Press Contact: Jason Hatch

    VisualVault
    Director of Partner Services
    Phone: 480-308-4400 x225
    jason.hatch@visualvault.com

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Industry News

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What's New in Civic Tech: Harvard Students, U.S. Government Partner to Address Digital Skills Gap
July 18, 2017
Phrase on the side of Harvard University's Gund Hall

A nonprofit organization aimed at inspiring young people to use tech for social good is partnering with the U.S. Census Bureau to provide fully-funded data science and technology internships within the federal government.

This summer marks the beginning of the effort, which brought 14 interns from top academic institutions (think Harvard, MIT, Cornell and Duke, among others) to work at the Census Bureau. The program is called the Civic Digital Fellowship program, and it’s the flagship initiative of Coding it Forward, the aforementioned nonprofit, which works with about 1,000 young technologists from colleges across the country who are interested in using their skills and abilities for social impact.

This program was founded by Neel Mehta, a senior computer science major at Harvard who has interned with both Microsoft and the U.S. Census Bureau. In an interview with The Huffington Post, Mehta said in his career he’s had difficulty finding government technology internships that offer comparable opportunities to those found in Silicon Valley and throughout the private sector.

“I realized, more generally, there are no on-ramps for helping young, socially-minded technologists get involved with the government,” Mehta told The Huffington Post.  

Mehta also said that interest in this program has been high, with 226 applicants vying for the 14 internship positions, landing the acceptance rate at about 6 percent. While the inaugural program is involved only with the Census Bureau, Mehta and the group are in talks with other agencies for future installments, including the Environmental Protection Agency, the Internal Revenue Service and the State Department.

NYC Launches New Smart City Technologies and Young Innovators Program in Brownsville

New York City has rolled out a pair of new programs in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn: a smart city solutions lab initiative and a tech education program for young people in the area.

The smart city solutions lab will benefit from a series of meetings that the city held in partnership with Brownsville community leaders to find out what the neighborhood needs and how smart city tech can improve the quality of life there, all while simultaneously spurring economic development. Some of the priorities that grew from these sessions include cleanliness of public spaces, safety and access to healthy foods.

The Brownsville Innovation Lab was first announced in March, and initial tech demos will be installed at Osborn Plaza in Brownsville, including the latest version of Bigbelly’s solar-power trash cans, which hold as much as five times more waste than a standard can, and two Soofa smart benches that use solar power to provide free charging for tablets and phones. This program was launched on July 8.

That same day also marked the start of the new tech education push for Brownsville youth, which began with hands-on workshops to learn about STEM concepts by building solar-powered cars. The workshops, which are part of the Bank of New York Mellon’s Young Innovators Program, strives to spur an interest in tech, and organizers hope that over the course of a year, it can reach more than 1,000 Brownsville young people at a variety of interactive events.  

Anyone interested in learning more can visit http://innovation.nyc.

DARPA Invests in Neural Implants to Allow Brains to Communicate with Computers

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded developed contracts aimed at creating neural implants that could make it possible for the human brain to speak directly with computers at near-instantaneous speeds, the federal agency announced in a press release.

Of the five research organizations and one company supporting this effort, which has been dubbed the Neural Engineering System Design program, three are prestigious universities — Brown, Columbia and the University of California, Berkeley — while the others are the Seeing and Hearing Foundation, John B. Pierce Laboratory, and Paradromics, Inc. All five now have teams to develop related tech.

The possibilities of this complex effort are intriguing, to say the least, with therapy for brain, hearing and vision damage being among the most practical outcomes. In fact, several of the teams will focus primarily on using a high-resolution neural interface to support sensory restoration in vision, hearing and speech. In simpler terms, there could soon come a time when this tech allows blind people to see through computers, and deaf and mute people to overcome their respective challenges as well.

“The work has the potential to significantly advance scientists' understanding of the neural underpinnings of vision, hearing and speech, and could eventually lead to new treatments for people living with sensory deficits,” DARPA wrote in its press release.

The way it does this is significantly complex, as one would expect. The tech involves implants in the brain that are capable of converting electrochemical signaling used by neurons into ones and zeros that computers understand, all at a near-instant speed.

According to the release, part of this effort will involve a collaboration between scientists and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in order to make sure the work takes into account long-term safety, privacy, information security, compatibility with additional devices and other regulatory aspects.

Is the Future of Open Data Accessibility Facebook Chatbots?

A recent trend in major cities has seen civic innovators going beyond the simple publish of open data to also give citizens new and easier ways to process and comprehend the info.

Google-esque search engines and easy-to-read maps have sprung up on many open data portals. Recently, Kansas City, Mo., also created a Facebook chatbot to help with this cause.  

While this may strike you as a lonely existence for the chatbot, as it was the only one of its kind when it was created to help citizens find historical data about building permits — just a solitary robotic being living forever inside Facebook — it is lonely no longer.

Chattanooga, Tenn., recently launched its own version in what the Sunlight Foundation calls a similar effort to provide the public there with easier access to open data. Both cities say their chatbots are in early, experimental stages. There seems to be no word yet on what would happen should they ever begin to chat with each other, presumably after one sends the other a message asking, "U up? I need to know how many arrests happened in a certain neighborhood last October."

Author: Zack Quaintance
Digital transformation in finance: four key business priorities - Director of Finance
Digital transformation in finance: four key business priorities - Director of Finance
July 18, 2017

Digital transformation in finance: four key business priorities
Director of Finance
Digital transformation – transitioning aspects of traditional business by applying technology to drive innovation — offers unprecedented opportunities to improve business and functional performance. Yet despite the promise of digital transformation ...

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U.S. Digital Service Shares First Priorities Under Trump
U.S. Digital Service Shares First Priorities Under Trump
July 20, 2017
The tech team has new allies but many familiar projects.
Author: Mohana Ravindranath
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