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infoedge Is Pleased To Welcome Karen Skelly

Posted by Preetham Peter on Jul 10, 2017 10:56:28 AM

infoedge is pleased to welcome Karen Skelly, as Director of the New York City Metro market. Karen will be responsible for leadership of the NYC Metro team, both developing new business opportunities and delivering solutions to client needs. Additionally, Karen will be leading our integrated Experience practice, helping our customers design, develop, and continually improve compelling experiences empowered by data for their customers and their workforces.  Karen has a proven record of creating and sustaining long term business relationships with both customers and industry leaders based on value. We look forward to welcoming Karen to our team and working with her to continually improve our services and offerings for clients both nationally and in the NYC Metro market.

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Topics: Announcements

How Quality Feeds Agile Flow

Posted by Mindy Lenderink on Jun 1, 2017 10:44:54 AM

Everyone wants to be Agile. It’s the key to success! A lot of organizations claim to be Agile, but are they? If your team went to Agile training and came back to work with new ways to define their work, you probably aren’t Agile. You’ve just learned new terminology to wrap around your current behaviors.

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Topics: IT Agility

Planning is Waste

Posted by Michel Gelobter on May 9, 2017 7:46:36 AM

Here’s a paradox for today -- more data = less planning.

In the old economy, this statement was counter-intuitive.  The availability of lots of data is a justification for elaborate analysis and planning...the beginning of a long cycle of thinking, discussion, consensus-building, and ultimately change.

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Topics: Energy & Sustainability

Americans Skip the Doc to Avoid Financial Pain

Posted by Regina Liang on Apr 27, 2017 7:23:12 PM

Due to high out-of-pocket expenses, Americans not only delay medical
bill payments but also medical care. However not every demographic
group is affected in the same way - check out the details here:

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Topics: Healthcare

Social Media’s Power in the Energy Industry

Posted by Regina Liang on Mar 31, 2017 10:43:35 AM

Energy companies rank lowest for consumer satisfaction across all other industries by almost 13% according to DataMentors. With increasing competition from alternative energy resources, new entrants and disruptive technologies, utility giants desperately need to find a more consumer-friendly business model.

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Topics: Energy & Sustainability

Three Big Reasons Energy Data is Becoming as Important as Energy Use

Posted by Michel Gelobter on Mar 24, 2017 10:00:00 AM
The biggest changes in energy are just beginning.

The convergence of clean energy technology, new ways of extracting energy resources (like fracking), and environmental imperatives (like global warming) have turned conventional energy wisdom on its head.

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Topics: Energy & Sustainability

How Patient-Facing Technology Helps Remediate a Quarter Trillion Dollar Problem

Posted by Christina Carson on Mar 10, 2017 1:08:00 PM

Consumerism is sweeping the healthcare industry as patients play an increasingly larger role in the decisions affecting their health, and this comes with higher patient expectations.

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Topics: Healthcare, telehealth, technology, connected health

Why Electronic Communication is Better in Patient Bill Notifications

Posted by Regina Liang on Jan 30, 2017 7:47:52 PM

A patient averages three bill notifications before submitting a payment. These three notifications are typically delivered via paper statements, creating an expensive cost of $2.41 per patient according to SwervePay.

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Topics: Healthcare

4 Information Management Strategy Failures Cost U.S. $22 Trillion

Posted by Alan Barnett on Dec 29, 2016 5:00:00 AM
The U.S. economy suffered a crippling financial recession that cost over $22 trillion in 2008. The financial securities industries’ incompetent information management is partially responsible for this financial meltdown. Had these companies followed a clear and effective information management strategy, they could have made different choices and perhaps prevented the crisis.
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Topics: Information Management

Learn from Yahoo’s Mistakes and Protect Against Third-Party Risks

Posted by Chris Vinding on Dec 28, 2016 5:00:00 AM

Recently, Yahoo announced an information breach of nearly one billion email accounts. Hackers infiltrated Yahoo’s system through ingenious routes such as, traversing multiple networks, and answering users’ security questions to access their accounts. The most astonishing part about this breach is that it occurred in 2013, yet the extent wasn’t made public until recently.

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Topics: Risk Management