Data Applied is a software vendor headquartered in Washington. Founded by a group of former Microsoft employees, the company specializes in data mining, data visualization, and business intelligence environments. Wikipedia.
News Article | July 17, 2017
SAN DIEGO & NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Applied Data Finance, LLC (ADF), a leading technology-enabled lender and asset manager, announced today a marketing agreement with iHeartMedia, the leading media company in America with a greater reach in the U.S. than any other radio or television outlet. The agreement allows ADF to promote Personify Financial, its successful online lending brand that provides underestimated and under-banked consumers with an affordable alternative for unsecured personal loans, across iHeartMedia’s vast multiplatform network including radio, digital and social channels. “We are excited about our new relationship with iHeartMedia and its investment in and support of ADF,” says Krishna Gopinathan, Chief Executive Officer of ADF. “The new audiences we will reach through iHeartMedia will allow us to introduce ADF’s Personify Financial brand to millions of new consumers and dramatically grow the business.” ADF, through its Personify Financial brand, is the trusted financial partner for thousands of underestimated under-banked consumers. Combining state-of-the-art technology and world-class application of advanced data science and machine learning, ADF is setting a new standard for assessing non-prime borrower credit risk. Learn more at http://www.applieddatafinance.com and http://www.personifyfinancial.com. With over a quarter of a billion monthly listeners in the U.S. and over 85 million social followers, iHeartMedia has the largest national reach of any radio or television outlet in America. As the leader in multiplatform connections, it also serves over 150 local markets through 858 owned radio stations, and the company’s radio stations and content can be heard on AM/FM, HD digital radio, satellite radio, on the Internet at iHeartRadio.com and on the company’s radio station websites, on the iHeartRadio mobile app, in enhanced auto dashes, on tablets, wearables and smartphones, and on gaming consoles. iHeartRadio, iHeartMedia’s digital radio platform, is the fastest growing digital audio service in the U.S. and offers users thousands of live radio stations, personalized custom artist stations created by just one song or seed artist and the top podcasts and personalities. With over a billion downloads, iHeartRadio reached 100 million registered users faster than any other radio or digital music service. iHeartMedia’s platforms include radio broadcasting, online, mobile, digital and social media, podcasts, personalities and influencers, live concerts and events, syndication, music research services and independent media representation. iHeartMedia is a division of iHeartMedia, Inc. (PINK: IHRT). Visit iHeartMedia.com for more company information.
News Article | May 31, 2017
SAN DIEGO & NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Applied Data Finance, LLC (ADF), a leading technology-enabled lender and asset manager, announced today that investment firm Victory Park Capital (VPC) has increased its existing credit facility with ADF from $50 million to $75 million and extended it through 2021. Additionally, ADF raised $6.5 million in a convertible note round from a combination of existing and new equity investors, increasing the total equity raised to $32.3 million. “Victory Park has been a great partner for us, and we are pleased to renew and extend our relationship. This news, combined with the additional capital raised through the convertible note round will further strengthen our ability to serve the under-banked,” said Krishna Gopinathan, Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer at ADF. ADF will use the added debt and equity funding to continue to scale its successful Personify Financial online lending platform. Personify provides unsecured personal loans for underestimated underbanked consumers. ADF, through its Personify Financial brand, is the trusted financial partner for thousands of underestimated under-banked consumers. Combining state-of-the-art technology and world-class application of advanced data science and machine learning, ADF is setting a new standard for assessing non-prime borrower credit risk. Learn more at www.applieddatafinance.com and www.personifyfinancial.com. VPC is an alternative investment firm with a focus on providing privately negotiated debt and equity capital solutions to small and middle market companies across a wide range of industries. We target fundamentally sound businesses in need of liquidity and/or capital structure transformation and often take a leadership role in the financial restructuring process. VPC’s offerings leverage the firm’s special situations and credit structuring expertise and differentiated deal origination capabilities. The firm was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Chicago, with resources in New York, Los Angeles and London. VPC is privately held and a Registered Investment Advisor with the SEC. For more information visit: www.victoryparkcapital.com.
News Article | September 20, 2017
With the Label Printing Manager, store associates can utilize a networked PC-browser and the Epson ColorWorks C7500 on-demand color label printer to generate a barcoded label that can be affixed to a product's packaging. The barcoded labels can be custom designed to replicate or enhance existing scale labels. The labels can include the same information as those labels printed by price lookup (PLU) computing scales, including price, nutritional facts, allergen warnings, and more. "Certifying Epson's ColorWorks C7500 is exciting for ADC, as we are now able to offer our customers color labels, allowing us to expand our label printing options," said Mark Molter, Vice President of Sales, Americas. "Many of our customers are looking for new options to manage labels on their non-weighted fresh food items and this partnership offers them a turnkey system." As the first color label printer to be certified by ADC, the ColorWorks C7500 delivers fast, full-color, heavy production labels for busy, fresh food production, with minimal maintenance and a low overall cost of ownership. Built for reliable, high-quality performance with speeds up to 59 feet per minute1, the Epson ColorWorks C7500 is ideal for demanding, high-volume environments that require high-print-quality prime labels that are durable and cost-effective. Powered by PrecisionCore® print head technology, the durable, bench-top printer enhances print speed, image quality, ink durability, and color resolution with the flexibility to cost-effectively scale up production – saving up to 50 percent in total labeling costs versus preprinted labels – for higher volume industrial and manufacturing applications. "This certification offers ADC's customers an on-demand color labeling solution ideal for clam shell labels and shelf tags for delis, bakeries and more," said Andrew Moore, product manager, Epson America, Inc. "With the growing trend for on-demand color labels in the food and beverage industry, the combined solution not only allows ADC's customers to create high-quality color labels, but also helps them with branding their products and meeting label compliance." For more information about Epson's ColorWorks on-demand color label printers, visit www.epson.com/colorworks. About Applied Data Corporation (ADC) Since 1989, Applied Data Corporation (ADC) has specialized in the development of data-management solutions for the supermarket, grocery and fresh-food industries. The InterScale scales management software developed by ADC is a global technology leader for host management of supermarket barcode-printing scales and printers. The InterScale system is a member of ADC's InterStore suite of fresh applications which also includes: NutriGen recipe management, M-Squared meat management and P-Cubed shrink management, fresh inventory management, perishable production planning and demand-driven ordering. InterStore consolidates ADC's lead in the Fresh Item Management (FIM) software market with an integrated fresh software suite to provide greater efficiencies and optimize production in the grocer's fresh-food departments. ADC has over 130 supermarket chains and over 11,000 stores installed in 11 countries. For more information on ADC visit www.AppliedDataCorp.com. About Epson Epson is a global technology leader dedicated to connecting people, things and information with its original efficient, compact and precision technologies. With a lineup that ranges from inkjet printers and digital printing systems to 3LCD projectors, smart glasses, sensing systems and industrial robots, the company is focused on driving innovations and exceeding customer expectations in inkjet, visual communications, wearables and robotics. Led by the Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, the Epson Group comprises more than 72,000 employees in 88 companies around the world, and is proud of its contributions to the communities in which it operates and its ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impacts. Epson America, Inc., based in Long Beach, Calif., is Epson's regional headquarters for the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. To learn more about Epson, please visit: epson.com. You may also connect with Epson America on Facebook (facebook.com/Epson), Twitter (twitter.com/EpsonAmerica), YouTube (youtube.com/EpsonAmerica), and Instagram (instagram.com/EpsonAmerica). 1Printing in full 1200 x 600 resolution with Flush-onto-Paper Mode enabled. With Flush-onto-Paper Mode disabled, print speed is up to 52 feet per minute. Note: EPSON, ColorWorks and PrecisionCore are registered trademarks and EPSON Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark of Seiko Epson Corporation. All other product brand names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Epson disclaims any and all rights in these marks.
News Article | February 21, 2017
Industry Participants Seek a New Level of Operational Control According to Applied Market Data Managers at commercial vehicle fleets understand the phrase ‘Be Careful What You Wish For.’ Striving to compete effectively in an industry sector with increasing customer expectations, rising fuel costs and intense competition, fleets have been collecting and analyzing data from engine and vehicle sensors and electronic modules and combining it with inputs from cab-mounted electronics, expecting that by measuring vehicle and driver performance, improved operating efficiency would follow – and it has. This information has been used to increase fleet performance, primarily in the areas of fuel costs, driver performance, and asset utilization and to meet the increasingly stringent shipper and consignee demands for tight gate-in/gate-out pick-up and delivery windows. But as the level of vehicle digitization and data collection continues, fleet managers are finding themselves data-rich and analysis-poor. They’ve entered a new phase, seeking to find better ways to collate and manage the information contained in the data that onboard sensors and modules capture. Increasingly, fleet decision makers are turning to analytics programs to merge, blend, analyze and visualize their trove of data points in ways that will help managers identify trends, risks and opportunities and take steps to optimize performance and improve operating results as part of their daily operational routine. Because commercial fleets acquire data from a range of sources including OEM vehicle sensors, aftermarket devices, fueling stations, and maintenance terminals, issues related to data quality (scrubbing) and data integration (blending) will need to be defined and addressed early in any analytics program acquisition process. This requirement will become increasingly important as new initiatives such as the ITS vehicle-to-vehicle communication program moves closer to full implementation, adding data from disparate roadway sensors to the mix. An area with significant promise involves the structured analysis of engine and vehicle data for enhanced preventive maintenance using predictive analytics, a powerful decision support tool being developed and implemented by several asset-based companies, most notably GE. Because of the wide spectrum of data available to fleets, defining the specific operational questions that need to be answered will be a key input to IT teams and system integrators. Creating visualizations and dashboards that address the functional demands of decision makers is a key step toward realizing the value of analytics and is the best way to avoid ‘data whiteout.’ As commercial vehicle fleets adopt analytics capabilities, the operational envelope will tighten for all commercial carriers. Many fleets not actively pursuing or considering the use of analytics will find themselves seeking a strategy to respond to this dynamic in order to stay competitive. The findings of a recent survey are detailed in a new report prepared by Applied Market Data. Fleet Management Analytics: Solutions, Strategies and Opportunities has been researched and written to be of optimal value to over-the-road logistics market sector participants. It consists of in-depth analyses, descriptions and evaluations of technology selection factors and implementation issues, opportunity assessments, business factors and market sector profiles. More information is available at www.appliedmarketdata.com Applied Market Data is a transportation and logistics technology consulting firm focused on the areas of technology strategy, product commercialization, venture development, and market research. We assist technology companies in achieving their business objectives through the creation of detailed development strategies, product commercialization programs, and comprehensive market and technology research and analysis. Our market research publications are designed, researched and written to provide timely and insightful information and data on focused market segments, with the aim of providing market participants with the essential knowledge to refine and execute their marketing plans and attain their financial targets.
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Health Policy | Year: 2010
Objective: This paper investigates the relationship between the working conditions and illness- and injury-related absenteeism of full-time Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs). Method: We used 2005 National Survey of the Work and Health of Nurses, which was designed to be representative of nurses employed in nursing in Canada in the fall of 2005. We estimated Negative Binomial regression models separately for RNs and LPNs with health related absenteeism as the dependent variable. The regressors include working conditions, work settings, and shift type/length along with socio-demographic variables. Results: Depression is a significant determinant of absenteeism for both RNs and LPNs. However, workload and lack of respect are significant determinant of absenteeism for LPNs but not for RNs. Both RNs and LPNs working in other setting (physician offices, private nursing educations, educational institutions, governments and associations) will have less absenteeism than those working in hospitals. For LPNs, those working in long-term facility will also have less absenteeism than those working in hospitals. The length and type of shift also has significant effect on absenteeism. Discussion: Improving working conditions with a resulting reduction in absenteeism might be an economic way to increase the labour supply of nurses without increasing new admissions or new recruits. © 2010.
Data Applied | Date: 2016-04-05
Computer software, namely, software development tools for the creation of mobile internet applications and client interfaces; Downloadable mobile applications for creating sales and marketing presentations.
Data Applied | Date: 2015-02-17
News Article | February 21, 2017
NASHUA, N.H., Feb. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Managers at commercial vehicle fleets understand the phrase 'Be Careful What You Wish For.' Striving to compete effectively in an industry sector with increasing customer expectations, rising fuel costs and intense competition, fleets have been...
News Article | February 24, 2017
Safety and Tactile Features Address the Needs of Older and Compromised Patients According to Applied Market Data The aging global population and special-needs patients are two patient groups that represent a growing healthcare segment. Recognizing this, a small but growing number of pharmaceutical sector participants and their product development partners have created injection devices that address several of the feature and functional needs of at-risk patients. The administration of injectables is moving increasingly from practitioner offices and healthcare facilities to patient homes. Decisions regarding as-supplied packaging that were once considered boilerplate have moved to the early stages of the development process. Drug developers and their device partners are increasing their emphasis on device features and functionality, attempting to create injectable products that are more user-friendly while promoting patient adherence and safety. These features address a wide spectrum of device attributes, including form factor, device-patient interaction, security and safety, dosing, activation, off-device communication, and drug formulation factors. By creating devices that address patient limitations and family concerns, this class of devices is tapping into a growing theme among the aging and their loved ones. Pre-event audible patient instructions and post-event feedback provide a measure of assurance that the medication was indeed injected properly. Wireless connectivity allows caregivers to remotely monitor dosing and event performance. Dose reminders and failsafe injection event activation increase patient confidence in the self-administration process. Small form factor injectors and ergonomic device designs are aimed at expanding the number of patients with compromised dexterity that can self-medicate. For the remainder of the decade, pipeline drugs and shifting demographics will drive sector growth as an aging population of baby boomers (23% of U.S. population) provides stimulus for industry demand. Currently, the over 65 segment accounts for approximately 13% of the U.S. population, with an estimated 40% of total healthcare expenditures, but by 2020, this segment is expected to grow to 17% of the population. Applied Market Data has researched this evolving market and incorporated survey findings in a new report. Injection Devices for At-Risk Populations is a comprehensive assessment of this emerging drug delivery segment. As the drug delivery market transitions from standard protocols to a patient needs-based approach in lockstep with personalized medicine, we expect competition in this segment to intensify. More information is available at www.appliedmarketdata.com Applied Market Data is a management consulting firm focused on the areas of technology strategy, product commercialization, venture development, and market research. We assist technology companies in achieving their business objectives through the creation of detailed development strategies, product commercialization programs, and comprehensive market and technology research and analysis. Our market research publications are designed, researched and written to provide timely and insightful information and data on focused market segments, with the aim of providing market participants with the essential knowledge to refine and execute their marketing plans and attain their financial targets.