Ashok Yalamati, President & CEO of VINCE Solutions Announced it has Been Named Prime Vendor by McKesson (Fortune’s 14th Listed Company)

Fremont, CA (PRWEB) March 19, 2014

A proven information technology company, VINCE Solutions has been named Prime Vendor by McKesson (Fortune’s 14th listed company), for successfully developing Business Application Solutions, Integration & infrastructure managed solutions, QA Solutions and support solutions.

Ashok Yalamati, President and CEO at VINCE Solutions explained, Prime Vendor ship with McKesson is not only an exceptional valuable business addition to VINCE Solutions, but also for VINCE Labs (which is a sister-concern company of VINCE Solutions), he commented, Strategically I am very excited about prime vendor ship with McKesson, because VINCE Labs also can simultaneously do business with McKesson in health care & pharmaceutical areas, so that strong business ties will be developed in IT, Health Care and Pharmaceutical with McKesson in coming years

About Ashok Yalamati, VINCE Solutions and VINCE Labs:

Ashok Yalamati, a veteran entrepreneur in IT consulting in the United States for the past decade, is known for his commitment in executing IT projects.

VINCE Solutions, which has its headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area and its global development center in Hyderabad, India, is a pioneer in IT Application Solutions, Health care solutions, Cloud computing, ERP/CRM solutions, BIG data & Data warehouse Solutions, workday solutions, QA solutions, Infrastructure and integration technologies, and uses a combination of on shore, near shore and offshore delivery models. For more information about VINCE Solutions, please visit or call 510-475-9999.

VINCE Labs, Texas based Corporation with its pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities in India, with Indian Government’s Exports and Imports code of VINCE Labs: IEC 0904002942, manufacturer of Generic Pharmaceutical formulations, PEPTIDES and Biotech products. For more information about VINCE Solutions, please visit or call 510-675-9999.

About McKesson Corporation:

McKesson Corporation, currently ranked 14th on the FORTUNE 500, is a healthcare services and information technology company dedicated to making the business of healthcare run better. McKesson partners with payers, hospitals, physician offices, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies and others across the spectrum of care to build healthier organizations that deliver better care to patients in every setting. McKesson helps its customers improve their financial, operational, and clinical performance with solutions that include pharmaceutical and medical-surgical supply management, healthcare information technology, and business and clinical services. Recently, McKesson purchased Celesio to create a leading global healthcare services platform. For more information about McKesson, please visit

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Winners Announced in Best in Biz Awards 2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2013

Best in Biz Awards, the only business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts, today announced the winners in its 2013 competition. The third annual program in North America, featuring its most distinguished judging panel yet assembled, received the largest number of submissions since the award programs inception. An array of public and private companies of all sizes and industries across the U.S. and Canada participated in this years program. In all, over 500 entrants vied to receive top honors in the various company, executive, team, and product award categories.

This years Best in Biz Awards nominees offer services and products that reflect the most current trends in technology, from cloud computing through mobile devices to network connectivity, said Samara Lynn, lead analyst of networking and business at PC Magazine, judging her second Best in Biz Awards program. Truly, all of the nominees and winners represent the ongoing innovation and trends in technology that we who cover the space see on a daily basis.

Best in Biz Awards 2013 honors were presented in more than 50 categories, including Company of the Year, Fastest-Growing Company of the Year, Most Innovative Company of the Year, Best Place to Work, Technology Department of the Year, Executive of the Year, Most Innovative Product of the Year, Best New Product of the Year, PR Campaign of the Year and Website of the Year.

What impressed me the most about the winning entries was the way their business plans were geared toward filling real voids in our communities, said Best in Biz Awards judge Evan S. Benn, staff writer at the Miami Herald. While they all have sound investment platforms, none of the winning plans are get-rich-quick schemes that will only serve investors. They have developed products, tools and ideas that will truly help improve the way we function.

Gold award winners in this years program include: 360 Incentives, Actiontec, AirWatch, American Specialty Health, Bankrate, Beyond20, Canary, Clarizen, Clinical Research Advantage, College Works Painting, Dell, Dell SonicWALL, DisclosureNet, Divurgent, DudaMobile, Dyson, Eastman Chemical Company, Experian, ForeSee, The Fresh Market, Geary LSF, Hewlett-Packard, HGST, iAcquire, Jobvite, Localytics,, Memjet, MWW Group, PEER1 Hosting, PreciouStatus, PrimeRevenue, Pure Storage, Quality Systems, Safelite, Salus Capital Partners, Sandisk, Secunia, Stewart, Strategic Medical, Tallwave, tastytrade, TrackVia, Ultimate Software, Umpqua Bank, UnitedHealthcare, Unitrends, USANA, Wajam and YMCA of Greater New York.

Multiple award winners in this years program include: Actiontec, Airpush, AirWatch, BlueCat Networks, Canary, Clinical Research Advantage, College Works Painting, Creative Lodging Solutions, Dell, Dell SonicWALL, Exablox, Experian, Forte Payment Systems, Harbortouch, Localytics, Marvell, Medtech College, MWW Group, NQ Mobile, Nutricap Labs, Pure Storage, Quality Systems, Savoir Media, Secunia, Tallwave, The Company of Others, TIBCO, UnitedHealthcare, Unitrends, Virtela, Wajam and YMCA of Greater New York. For a full list of gold, silver and bronze award winners in Best in Biz Awards 2013, visit:

The winning entries this year show a high degree of innovation combined with a keen focus on business and consumer services, said Jack M. Germain, ECT News Network, who returned to the Best in Biz Awards judging panel for the third time. Often products seek a novel way to repurpose an already successful idea. This years competition proves that products which bring new approaches to solving vendor and consumer needs can build a better business environment. This certainly raises the bar for next years contestants.

Winners of Best in Biz Awards 2013 were determined by an independent panel of 50 judges from top-tier news, business and technology publications, as well as broadcast outlets and analyst firms, such as Accounting Today, Arizona Daily Star, Atlanta Tribune, Bloomberg Businessweek, Cascade Business News, Chicago Tribune, Chip Design Magazine, Computerworld, Crains New York Business, CRN, Dallas Morning News, Dayton Business Journal, Detroit Free Press, ECT News Network, Entrepreneur, eWeek Channel Insider, Executive Travel Magazine, Fast Company, Financial Times, Fortune, Hartford Business Journal, Hartford Courant, Inc. Magazine, King Features Syndicate, Lab Reviews, Law Technology News, Miami Herald, Memphis Business Journal, Network World, NorthBay Biz, Orange County Register, PC Magazine, Phoenix Business Journal, Pittsburgh Business Times, Prairie Business Magazine, Quad-City Times, Reuters, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, Savannah Morning News, Small Business Digest, South Florida Business Journal, Tech.Blorge, Tech-Gaming, Times (Munster, Indiana), Upstart Business Journal and USA Today. For a complete list of this years judges and bios, visit:

About Best in Biz Awards

Best in Biz Awards recognizes top companies, teams, executives and products for their business success as judged by established members of the press and industry analysts. Best in Biz Awards honors are conferred in three separate programs annually: North America, EMEA, and International. Entries are currently being accepted in the third annual Best in Biz Awards 2013 EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) program, until the final entry deadline on January 24, 2014. Any organization from any industry operating in EMEA may enter any of the more than 50 company, department or team, executive and product categories. For more information about the entry process and categories in the EMEA program, please visit:

Industry leaders recently announced how small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can speed up business growth by adopting cloud computing

UK – (PRWEB UK) 17 April 2013

London: Change is a given in business. The industrial revolution was world-changing, but business has now moved into a new revolution where innovation and adding value wins. Small and medium sized businesses are flexible, providing an advantage over large businesses to be at the forefront of emerging technologies and ways of doing business.

If organisations dont change, they stagnate at best, Karen Callaghan, people director at Innocent Drinks.

Forrester forecasts that the global market for cloud computing will grow from $ 40.7 billion in 2011 to more than $ 241 billion in 2020.

Australias largest accounting software provider, MYOB recently conducted a study of over 1,000 SMEs which demonstrates that small to medium-sized business operators who embrace cloud computing and business websites were twice as likely to enjoy rising revenue than others in the past 12 months.

While cost may be perceived as the primary reason for SMEs to outsource its IT, many mid-market organizations continue to view cloud computing as a way to transform processes and gain access to best-practice knowledge. Cloud computing has proven its capabilities in providing added value to SMEs, these can be categorised into four distinct areas:

(The below information was sourced from e-Skills for Cloud Computing, Cyber-security and Green IT: A call for action!)

Business revenue and growth

Cloud services allow the business to focus on business because the enterprise can now reduce the need to provide low-business value via high-cost labour to support commodity IT services. Medium-sized businesses can also reduce the amount of money spent on non-differentiated services and can allocate resources to value creating activities. Finally, cloud solutions provide a platform for collaboration that eventually accelerates time to value and reduce time to start up and complete projects.

Agility and flexibility

Cloud services provide greater flexibility on architecture and sourcing options and can be scaled up and down as needed, which then maximises efficiency and adds additional capacity when needed. The introduction of cloud solutions that integrate suppliers and customers in core business processes in real time also means that the boundaries between the companies and the vendors and customers are blurring. The social enterprise is therefore another perspective related to the agile and flexible company using cloud solutions.

Cost reduction

Cost reduction is specifically related to reduced energy consumption and a more general shift from capital expenditure to operational expenditure. Cost reduction can also have a perspective related to employment because cloud provides the option of simplifying IT management.


Business value is also related to innovation. Cloud computing means that SMEs avoid the need to handle time-consuming upgrades in-house, as users outsource the operation and maintenance of software and as upgrades take place automatically, the need for redesign of datacentres or IT upgrades is decreasing. Therefore, ICT practitioners can potentially focus on deploying applications or delivering new projects that drive business benefits and innovation. Employees and managers can now conduct all types of business from wherever they choose, and this leads to a stronger emphasis on a service delivery approach to IT. Consequently, cloud solutions must be flexible and rely on service delivery. This way of creating business value means that ICT departments need to focus on the core business and not just the supporting processes. It also means that ICT practitioners will have a direct impact on business through orchestrating, aggregating and delivering services when and where they are needed.


InterAct, the Leader in Public Safety Cloud Technology, Announced Today the Release of a Next Generation Mobility Platform for its Mobile Applications

Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) March 06, 2013

InterActs new mobility platform supports a new graphical user interface (GUI) with improved navigation while deepening workflow integration across InterAct mobile, computer aided dispatch (CAD) and records management (RMS) applications. All device types are supported including laptops, tablets and smartphones running a wide variety of operating systems.

The opportunity to evaluate InterActs new mobility platform is exciting and the timing couldnt be better as we look to modernize law enforcement applications in 2013, said Darrell True, IT Administrator at Wrentham Public Safety. InterActs commitment to the public safety community is validated by their investment in developing innovative new products for agencies like ours, giving us the tools to fulfill our mission of protecting people and property in our community.”

InterActs Mobile solutions are already deployed in a variety of cloud environments meeting the needs of the smallest agencies to complex multiagency implementations, while facilitating enhanced cross agency data sharing. With this announcement customers will see consolidated query returns from NCIC, CJIS, Nlets, and other agency application databases connected to the InterAct InterDEx national data sharing network.

To date InterDEx connects over 235 agencies in 39 states with almost 3,300 users sharing more than 600,000 messages per 24 hour period. All a participating agency needs to do is grant access to their data and they maintain complete control over of their administration, configuration and access privileges.

InterAct has been the market leader for public safety mobile applications for many years, helping first responders better communicate and execute queries across different state and federal agency databases, said Tim Irelan, VP/GM of InterAct Mobility Solutions. The convergence of new mobile devices and mobile cloud applications is here. InterAct has responded by launching a next generation mobility platform to help first responders improve emergency response by arming them with consolidated query returns through an easily navigated GUI on any mobile device.

About InterAct

InterAct creates public safety software products that support dispatchers, incident responders (law, fire, EMS) and correctional officers worldwide.

We bring the benefits of cloud computing to public safety. Our cloud applications connect public safety practitioners to each other and the information they need anywhere, anytime. Our cloud options are more reliable, less costly, easier to use, and more secure.

We believe the benefits of cloud computing are so great that its adoption has become a key success factor in achieving the mission that we share with our customers: the safety and well-being of citizens and their communities.

To learn more about our solutions, please visit us at:

Media inquiries, please contact pr(at)interact911(dot)com.

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HIPAA Compliance Checklist for Cloud Computing, Social Media, and Mobile Devices Announced by 3Lions Publishing, Inc.

Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) January 15, 2013

3Lions Publishing, Inc. (3LP), the owner/operator of the HIPAA Survival Guide, is pleased to announce Release 1.0 of its HIPAA Cloud, Social Media, and Mobile Checklist under HITECH. The Checklist is available for purchase in the HIPAA Survival Guide Store. Cloud Computing, Social Media, and Mobile Devices (CSMM) are only a small subset of an organizations compliance initiative, but represent significant potential liability. Addressing CSMM sooner rather than later can dramatically improve your compliance ROI.

3LPs CSMM Checklist provides policies, processes, and tracking mechanisms to help covered entities (health care provides, health plans, etc.) and their business associates deliver visible, demonstrable evidence of HIPAA compliance. The Checklists are H2 Compliance Scorecard ready, which provides a powerful mechanism for reviewing an organizations Checklist progress and facilitates compliance reporting. In addition to implementation guidance, 3LPs CSMM Checklist provides model out-of-the-box and ready to use Cloud Computing, Social Media, and Mobile Device policies that are readily customizable.

Carlos Leyva, CEO of 3LP, says: 3LP continues to deliver innovative HIPAA compliance products with Release 1.0 of our CSMM Checklist. Our CSMM Checklist provides a HITECH ready, out-of-the-box solution for complex HIPAA Cloud Computing, Social Media, and Mobile Device compliance challenges. Our Checklist is swipe and go priced to be economically affordable for healthcare stakeholders of all sizes, industry wide.

About 3Lions Publishing, Inc. (3LP)

3LP focuses on publishing online context sensitive content within well-defined subject matter domains, such as healthcare. 3LP helps publishers leverage and monetize their content by providing a publishing platform that matches high quality content with an SEO centric set of audience development tools. 3LP is located in the greater Tampa, FL area. To learn more about 3LP, visit its flagship site at

FreeRTOS+ Announced by Real Time Engineers ltd.

Bristol, UK (PRWEB) February 25, 2012

Real Time Engineers Ltd, creator of the industrys favourite real time kernel for microcontrollers; FreeRTOS, has announced a major expansion program that increases developer productivity and adds advanced networking and internet features to the worlds most popular embedded kernel. The new features are also supported by a dedicated website portal:

Richard Barry, CTO and Director, Real Time Engineers Ltd, commented: Were bringing together a select group of FreeRTOS extensions that should appeal to the kernels large user-base, as they offer significant productivity gains while extending the kernels capabilities through simple interfaces.

Under the FreeRTOS+ brand, Real Time Engineers will offer a range of extensions developed in-house, with further support for select technology from trusted partners, supplied fully tested and integrated for use with the kernel.

Initially they comprise: