Inc. named Catalyte, parent company of Surge, as one of its “Best in Business” in 2020. It awarded them this honor for their use of machine learning and predictive analytics to remove the unconscious bias from hiring, their training and software developer apprenticeship that creates a new, diverse generation of tech talent and the launch of RetrainAmerica, which extends the promise of retraining and a new career to a greater number of Americans. Inc. bestowed this inaugural award on companies that made an outsized impact this year, leaving “collabo­rators, clients, customers, employees, and surroundings better off than when [they] found…

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Secure Workforce Lifecycle Management solution allows PCM to manage the entire lifecycle of its remote workforce without manual intervention Professional Case Management (PCM) provides national in-home healthcare services. With a growing remote contingent employee population of 4500+, its manual system for employee lifecycle management, including onboarding and offboarding, updates to employee attributes and profiles, assigning software licenses, device level audit access and managing user and customer security policies, became unworkable. PCM turned to us to create a secure and automated solution to manage its remote workforce that puts the safety of their employees and communities first. With the Secure Remote…

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Hands-on agile training is the surest way for teams to gain the theoretical and practical knowledge to implement the methodology correctly, while also delivering business value while they learn. Imagine learning to play baseball in the way many enterprises learn agile. You assemble nine people in a room, spend eight or 16 hours reviewing the current Major League Baseball rulebook and then tell the “team” to go out and have a winning season. There is no chance that would work. As soon as the team leaves the safe, theoretical classroom environment, they will immediately have both technical questions, “What’s the…

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It’s time to consider modernizing your applications if you feel friction in any of these four areas. Any delay will only make it harder and more expensive to fix the problems you already know exist. And, in the meantime, you’re losing market share to companies more willing to make the investment in their IT future. Are any of these true about your IT organization? You are encumbered by workarounds to your existing applications. Your business can’t take advantage of new technologies or make future changes. You can’t react to external forces with the speed necessary to remain relevant to customers.…

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Most companies waste major time and money manually managing their workforce lifecycle. Our parent company Catalyte is hosting a free webinar on its cost-effective solution that will allow you to eliminate that waste and untangle the cost and complexity of employee identity management and software provisioning. This webinar will: Showcase secure and auditable workforce management techniques. Explain what automation options exist to scale operations and avoid errors and data breaches. Quantify what cost savings are possible through lower staff time investments and fewer errors in software license administration. Webinar details Topic: Untangling the cost and complexity of employee identity and…

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Surge – a Catalyte company keeps USA Swimming at the forefront of emerging technologies to solve complex business challenges. USA Swimming wanted to reduce costs and gain better security and scalability for its applications while enabling a more robust online/remote user experience. Surge continues to help USA Swimming leverage new technologies to better connect and serve its 350,000 member athletes and coaches, and legions of fans around the world. Outcome Over 18 years, Surge – a Catalyte company (formerly Statera) has kept USA Swimming at the forefront of emerging technologies. The partnership includes the initial development and recent re-architecture of…

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Increase the speed of healthcare innovation by taking advantage of self-provisioned environments and the flexibility of the cloud. Healthcare technology is demanding. Keeping data safe, secure and consistent, ensuring availability and accuracy and meeting timeliness requirements is challenging enough for the typical organization. Multiply that by regulatory and compliance concerns, and it's no surprise that the healthcare technology landscape changes slowly. Barriers within large, established organizations reduce the speed of healthcare innovation. These impediments are often justified. Organizations must be good stewards of patient/customer information by maintaining the integrity of highly regulated data and processes and providing systemic oversight around…

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Fraud, waste abuse and errors (FWAE) are primary drivers of healthcare costs. Here’s how technology can reduce FWAE and associated healthcare administrative costs. Modernizing current or implementing new technology can lower administrative and healthcare costs. It can reduce errors and shorten account payable/receivable cycle times in cash sensitive businesses. And it can streamline business processes while providing richer insights into administrative operations and patient care. The rising cost of healthcare – currently about 18% of GDP – continues to threaten our economic well being. This expense represents a collective burden and opportunity to streamline this increasingly important sector of our…

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It’s an intimidating fact that 50% of digital transformations fail. But instead of running for the hills, here are five ways to help ensure digital transformation success. 1. Identify and establish success KPIs Establish specific key performance indicators (KPIs) ahead of time. Some of the most common are: Return on investment Cost reduction Productivity increase Gain in market share or competitive advantage Establish an initial baseline and track these KPIs throughout the transformation. Assess whether your progress is helping or hurting them, and adjust the initiative as needed. 2. Create strategic and tactical plans What do you want your business…

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The full spectrum and potential of Surge – a Catalyte company's engineering services are on display through a new Technology and Software Development Fellowship our parent company Catalyte launched with Baltimore City. As part of the initial fellowship group, Surge is providing teams comprised of apprentice and senior level developers, business analysts, project managers and architects. The teams are working on mission-critical projects for Baltimore City IT (BCIT) and the Baltimore Health Department. That work includes: BCIT: The BCIT team of fellows will work on application modernization projects with an emphasis on security. This will allow Baltimore Corps and Catalyte…

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