June 13, 2018

Nursing Resource Management and Informatics Automation

Human Resources and Nurse Scheduling with Veratics ENGAGETM Health care providers are under pressure to deliver Just-in-Time care, not too much, not too little. As a result, timely Patient or Veteran care are of the utmost concerns to health care provides. Inefficiencies in Human Resource (HR) hiring, inefficient and inaccurate nurse
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Adaptive Case Management, Workflow Management, Business Process Management, digital process automation and case management, content management, enterprise content management, legal management, zoho, CRM, salesforce
May 1, 2018

Adaptive Case Management System

Creating Better Case Management Services through the Veratics ENGAGE Adaptive Case Management and CRM Platform  – Connecting People and Information – We combine state-of-the-art Adaptive Case Management (ACM) with Intelligent Information Management (IIM), Business Process Management (BPM), Document Management, and Customer Experience (CX) to produce an eloquent and brilliantly connected system. The Case Management
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Cellphone Text Marketing, Text Survey Submission Management, Customer Texting, Citizen Engagement Cellphone Texting
May 1, 2018

SMS Survey and Bulk Text Messaging Services System

Creating Better Relationships through the Veratics ENGAGETM  Cellphone SMS Survey and Text Messaging Services Platform  – Connecting People and Information – Businesses rely more and more on cellphone (cell phone) texting connectivity to exchange information and collect surveys from their customers while remaining discreet, direct, and non-invasive. Our cellphone SMS Surveys and Text (Texting) Message Services platform
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Slow is Smooth, Smooth Is Fast
October 6, 2017

Slow is Smooth, Smooth is Fast…. and Stable

I was thinking about the origin of the expression, “slow is smooth, smooth is fast.” I have heard Navy SEALs say it and I know it has origins in various military weapons training. However, this is something that I have learned to apply in life beyond the battlefield.  Basically, being
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October 5, 2017

Hike for Vets – Mt. Katahdin

Our Hike for Vets Hike 2017, Atlas, has reached the Northern Terminus of the Appalachian Trail!  Her summit of Mt. Katahdin is a monumental success for the Hike for Vets Campaign and our partner, Warrior2Warrior.  We are proud of the successes that Alison has made over the course of her
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Veratics Cyber Project Operations Center
April 7, 2017

Cyber Project Operations Center, Why?

At Veratics, we recognize Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) as a broader perspective than the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). In the 1990’s as a Chief Software Engineer I ran a “Software Factory”, in the 2000’s as an Engineering Manager on the Software Discipline team for a Fortune 500 company, I worked
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Veratics CMMI L2
March 1, 2017

Veratics Achieves CMMI Maturity Level 2 Rating

I am proud to announce that Veratics, Inc. is assessed at Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 2, with a great start on many of the process areas for Level 3.  Over the past four years we have consistently improved toward our goals of high quality, repeatability, and stability. Last
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Veratics Hike for Vets 2017
February 6, 2017

Announcing Veratics Hike for Vets 2017

More than twenty veterans commit suicide every day in the United States. If we can help prevent just one, it is worth the effort. I am pleased to announce our Veratics Hike for Vets 2017 campaign. We are sponsoring a hiker, Alison, who is hiking the 2189-mile Appalachian Trail. Sponsors
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Veratics Hike for Vets 2017 Hiker - Alison Swing
January 31, 2017

Introducing our Veratics Hike for Vets 2017 Hiker

Our Veratics Hike for Vets 2017 hiker, Alison, hails from the great state of California.  She grew up in San Diego, where she gained an appreciation and passion for the outdoors at an early age.  She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington, and then a
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January 24, 2017

How We Met Our Hiker…

My time as a machine gun team leader in the USMC infantry carrying sixty to eighty pounds of weapons and gear over incredible distances, developed in me a very dangerous muscle memory. As my wife often points out, “Remember, you are very capable of hurting yourself.” I have severe arthritis
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October 31, 2016

Dodging Bullets

by Dan Pierce Dodging bullets, it’s like working in an environment that is operating in full on reactionary mode.  This came up one day while I was having a discussion with some colleagues and how one group couldn’t talk to others; they need permissions or a “code” first, and even
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