News Article | May 15, 2017
The Machine Network is a wireless network built by Ingenu, the creators of RPMA technology, exclusively for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Operating in the globally license-free 2.4 GHz ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) band, RPMA is at the heart of secure wireless networks operating in over 20 countries around the world. u-blox has successfully ported the proven technology used in its first-generation RPMA modules and made it 65 percent smaller. SARA-S200 delivers significant cost and size optimizations ideal for application in the Smart Meter, Smart Building, Gas & Oil, Asset/Personnel Tracking and Agricultural industries. As the second generation module developed by u-blox in association with Ingenu, SARA-S200 builds on the companies' strategic partnership, which began in September 2016 and was quickly cemented with the introduction of u-blox's first module for the Machine Network, the NANO-S100. Andreas Thiel, Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of u-blox, commented: "Ingenu's patented RPMA technology offers significant advantages to a great variety of IoT applications, such as excellent in-building range and AES 128bit security encryption. With autonomous adaptation, the Machine Network delivers interference-free operation and the best performance and reliability in real-world applications. By bringing the SARA-S200 to market we can now deliver these outstanding features in the SARA footprint; our most popular form-factor." Measuring just 16 mm by 26 mm by 2.3 mm in a Land Grid Array (LGA) package, SARA-S200 provides an easy migration between other u-blox form factors and cellular technologies thanks to nested design. Its low-power design (50 µW average power consumption in sleep mode) means it can operate for 10 years or longer from a single battery. The modules will be manufactured in ISO/TS 16949 certified facilities with guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS) and a secure design that meets NERC CIP and other industry-mandated critical infrastructure requirements. The SARA-S200 has been designed for industrial applications and offers an extended operating temperature of -40°C to +85°C. John Horn, CEO of Ingenu, said: "Our strategic partnership with u-blox is further strengthened by the introduction of SARA-S200. It will give our partners the option of a fully compliant RPMA module with the same outstanding performance, in a significantly smaller format. The introduction of the SARA-S200 module will help enable a new generation of IoT applications." u-blox and Ingenu will showcase the SARA-S200 during Internet of Things World at the Santa Clara Convention Center, CA (May 16-18 2017). Please visit u-blox at the Ingenu booth 1704 to see the SARA-S200. The first prototypes will be available in June 2017. For more information about u-blox, please visit http://www.u-blox.com
News Article | May 8, 2017
OATI has successfully migrated Data Center operations from its Plymouth Data Center to the new Microgrid Technology Center. This was a single site move and continues the years of OATI Active/Active Data Center architecture. To prepare for the migration, the OATI Move team harnessed expertise across many departments. Over the past 6 months, the team comprehensively tested and simulated migrations to predict how OATI systems would operate. These tests helped OATI anticipate and mitigate potential issues during the move. From April 04 to April 27, 2017, the Migration team unracked, moved, and reracked over 1,100 SAN, server, and network devices. Additionally, the team reconfigured over 600 web/App/database clusters, and synchronized databases across the North and South Campuses. The OATI Microgrid Technology Center is a microgrid that houses the new OATI South Campus Data Center, an advanced facility with expanded security and unsurpassed infrastructure designed to provide maximum redundancy. The Data Center has the added bonus of increased resiliency, including the ability to utilize renewable energy resources and run independent of utility power by utilizing on-site power generation. “We are very pleased with the efforts that went into making the migration a success,” says Sasan Mokhtari, President and CEO at OATI. “The new Data Center is one of the many tools we have to maintain the integrity and security of customer data.” OATI will host tours of the Microgrid Technology Center for OATI current and future customers at Spark 2017 OATI Energy Conference in Minneapolis, MN, from September 19 – 21, 2017. About OATI OATI provides innovative solutions that simplify, streamline, and empower the operational tasks required in today’s energy commerce and Smart Grid. With more than 1,800 customers, OATI successfully deploys large, complicated, and diverse mission-critical applications committed to industry standards and stringent NERC CIP guidelines. OATI (http://www.oati.com) is a leading provider of Smart Grid, Energy Trading and Risk Management, Transmission Scheduling, Congestion Management, Smart Grid, and Market Management products and services. OATI is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with an office in Redwood City, California. For more information, please contact sales(at)oati.net.
News Article | May 24, 2017
Oxytocin occurs in all mammals, and plays a vital role in parental and social bonding, and treatments are increasingly being used in medical trials to treat human psychological conditions such as autism. Understanding how to give oxytocin to individuals, and what behaviours will be changed by the treatments, is crucial to developing safe medical applications for the hormone. New research funded by the National Environmental Research Council (NERC) and published today (24 May 2017) in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B by Dr Kelly Robinson, a research fellow at the Sea Mammal Research Unit (SMRU), and colleagues at the University of St Andrews and Durham University shows that increasing oxytocin levels causes pro-social behavioural changes that persist across several days in wild grey seals. During the study on the Isle of May off the coast of Fife, Scotland, Dr Robinson carried out oxytocin treatments on grey seals that had never met each other previously, and recorded their behavioural responses. Pairs of seals given the hormone spent more time in close proximity to each other, were less aggressive and spent less time investigating the other individual (an indication of familiarity) than pairs given control saline treatments. The behavioural changes triggered by the oxytocin treatment were still present in the seals at least two days after receiving oxytocin, long after the hormone would have been broken down. Oxytocin concentrations have been linked to how close grey seal mothers stay with their pups. By using an oxytocin dose that mimics natural concentrations in this species, the study confirmed that elevated oxytocin encourages individuals to remain close to each other. This is the first time it has been possible to verify an oxytocin-behaviour relationship in wild individuals. Researchers also found that treatment with the hormone additionally triggered low aggression and less investigation of unfamiliar individuals, pro-social behaviours that occur independently of natural oxytocin release in seals. Dr Robinson said: "This study proves that oxytocin promotes individuals staying together, highlighting its fundamental role in forming and maintaining parental and social bonds. "By studying the underlying physiology motivating bonding, social and parental behaviour, we can better understand what factors influence their existence in a variety of animals including humans. It also allows us to perceive what is happening when such bonds break down, why the frequently negative consequences associated with such losses happen, and how hormone treatments could be used to influence or avoid such events." Explore further: Sealing the bonds between mother and child More information: Kelly J. Robinson et al. Positive social behaviours are induced and retained after oxytocin manipulations mimicking endogenous concentrations in a wild mammal, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2017). DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.0554
News Article | May 24, 2017
Rainbow Seed Fund, an early-stage venture capital fund focused on building technology companies from the UK's research base, announced today an investment into University of Birmingham spinout Linear Diagnostics. The investment was match-funded with an award from the University of Birmingham’s Spinout Investment fund and the company received a total investment of £300,000. The investment will enable Linear Diagnostics to develop its platform technology into a handheld device that can rapidly detect the presence of bacterial infection and simultaneously identify the risk of resistance to the most commonly prescribed antibiotics, without the need for laboratory facilities. The device will provide a readout within minutes of sampling. The technology is based on a novel application of a technique called linear dichroism, which uses polarized light to measure the alignment of detector molecules. Linear dichroism has a number of advantages over current techniques: it can identify several different target types (bacteria, proteins, genes) in the same test, and provide a quantitative reading for each, from the same test sample. The first application to be developed will be a device for the detection of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) and it is envisaged that the device will be used in both primary and secondary care where it will help restrict inappropriate prescriptions and contribute to the fight against antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Oliver Sexton, Investment Director for the Rainbow Seed Fund said: “Antimicrobial resistance is a global health concern, and there is a clear need for new strategies to tackle it. Rapid diagnosis can both curtail the ineffective antibiotic prescribing that fuels antimicrobial resistance, and identify the appropriate course of treatment for the individual patient.” Although the technology will initially be developed for the medical sector, it can be used to address markets in the agri-food, veterinary and defence settings. Dr James Wilkie, Director of Enterprise & Innovation at the University of Birmingham, said: “We have been impressed by the flexibility of the technology. In particular, the test is both qualitative and quantitative, which significantly increases the scope of its potential applications.” Dr Matt Hicks, Chief Technology Officer and founder of Linear Diagnostics said: “The investment comes at a crucial inflexion point for the company. We have achieved proof of concept, and now have partnerships in place that will steer rapid development in an area of high unmet need, which also has a high volume of tests.” About Linear Diagnostics Linear Diagnostics was formed in 2011 to commercialise a patented technology developed at the University of Birmingham. The company was established as a joint venture between founders Professor Tim Dafforn and Dr Matt Hicks, Abingdon Health Ltd, and the University of Birmingham. The company is based at the BioHub Birmingham®, a purpose-built incubator facility in the Edgbaston Medical Quarter. For further company information please contact Dr Matt Hicks, Chief Technology Officer at mhicks(at)lineardiagnostics(dot)com About Rainbow Seed Fund The Rainbow Seed Fund is an early-stage venture capital fund dedicated to kick-starting technology companies from great science emerging from the National Research & Innovation Campuses. The Fund is backed by nine UK publicly-funded research organisations including STFC, BBSRC, Dstl and NERC and the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The Fund, whose portfolio comprises more than 30 companies, holds investments in some of the UK’s most innovative early-stage companies, underpinning the Government's Industrial Strategy. The Fund invests, validates and mentors companies. It has successfully leveraged from the private sector more than 20 times its own investment and created more than 550 high-value technology jobs. In 2013, Rainbow received an additional £10m investment to support the commercialisation of synthetic biology technologies, a cutting-edge discipline named by UK Government as one of “Eight Great Technologies” that support UK science strengths and business capabilities and in which Britain could be a world leader. The Rainbow Seed Fund is managed by Midven, an established venture capital firm with a successful track record of investing in small and medium-sized enterprises. For more information, please visit http://www.rainbowseedfund.com.
News Article | May 23, 2017
CorreLog, Inc., the leader in multi-platform IT security event log management, today announced its recent five-star review and “Best Buy” accolade from SC Magazine, one of the leading publications in the InfoSec industry. Each year, SC Magazine rates IT security software products according to six categories: features, ease of use, value for money, support, performance, and documentation. SC Magazine’s SC Labs reviews all products against 50 individual criteria using Common Criteria (ISO 1548) as a basis for their overall test plan. CorreLog SIEM Correlation Server received five stars across all categories. “We are delighted to have, once again, received a top rating from a leading InfoSec publication like SC Magazine,” said George Faucher, CorreLog president and CEO. “Each year we work hard to make our distributed SIEM product a clear answer for enterprise cybersecurity requirements, and SC Magazine’s ‘no weakness’ conclusion indicates every enterprise needs to test our trial pack.” The review commended CorreLog SIEM Correlation Server’s ease of use, rich feature offerings, and flexibility for SMB or large enterprise deployments, and is particularly complimentary of SIEM Server’s web-based accessibility, threat view, messaging functionality, and dashboard simplicity. To read the full review from SC Magazine, click here. Interested parties can download the CorreLog SIEM Correlation Server fully functional trial pack here. SIEM Correlation Server is CorreLog’s flagship distributed solution providing core functionality and ease of use to implement full enterprise SIEM capability. SIEM Correlation Server is a 100-percent web-based system with a high-speed message collector, indexed search engine, extensible dashboard facility, reporting facility, ticketing facility, and unique correlation engine. The solution employs a standards-based method of collecting all the system log messages in enterprise networks, and correlates messages into understandable real-time threat, alerts, and action information. For more information, download the SIEM Correlation Server datasheet here. SC Media arms cybersecurity professionals with the in-depth, unbiased business and technical information they need to tackle the countless security challenges they face and establish risk management and compliance postures that underpin overall business strategies. For more information, visit scmagazine.com. CorreLog, Inc., a privately held corporation, is an independent software vendor (ISV) that has produced software and framework components used successfully by hundreds of private and government organizations worldwide. Our core solutions provide visibility across both mainframe and distributed systems on user activity that is indicative of cyber threat. Since 2008, CorreLog, Inc. has been committed to delivering better decision-support solutions for InfoSec and security auditing professionals who need more advanced perimeter security and improved adherence to PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, IRS Pub. 1075, FISMA, NERC and other industry standards for securing data. Our solutions are designed to be highly interoperable and complementary to clients’ existing IT investments. CorreLog zDefender™ holds certified integrations with IBM, HP, Intel (McAfee) Security, Micro Focus, (EMC) RSA Security Analytics, and field integrations with all other brand-name SIEMs. We consider our technology approach to be unique in both personnel and product and we believe our solutions pass the test of low total cost of ownership with high SIEM functionality. For more information on CorreLog products, please visit http://www.CorreLog.com/. Copyright © 2017, CorreLog, Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks and registered trademarks used herein are the properties of their respective owners.
News Article | April 17, 2017
Continuum GRC's IT Audit Machine (ITAM) RegTech solution helps organizations and service providers slash compliance costs with its efficient, user-friendly GRC modules. Continuum GRC’s IT Audit Machine (ITAM) RegTech solution is offering badly needed relief to organizations that are being overwhelmed by skyrocketing compliance costs, the company announced today. In 2016, Let’s Talk Payments reported that financial institutions alone spend more than $70 billion on compliance annually. This staggering cost hampers the ability of organizations to innovate, create, and grow, notes Michael Peters, CEO of Continuum GRC. “Compliance is not a business driver; it is a business cost,” notes Peters. “Every dollar and hour a company spends on compliance is time and money that it cannot spend on daily operations or profit-driving innovations related to its core competency.” One of the problems, Peters says, is that many companies – including most third-party assessors – still use spreadsheets for compliance reporting. “Excel is a great program for putting together a household budget,” he says, “but it is poorly suited for enterprise compliance purposes. It simply cannot handle large, complex data sets. Plus, regulations and standards are continuously evolving and changing. Excel does not keep track of those changes. You might end up in a situation where you’re compliant with last year’s standards, but not the current ones. RegTech solutions like the ITAM automate the process, fix this problem, and save time and money overall while delivering better results.” Through integration with the Unified Compliance Framework (UCF) database, the ITAM ensures that companies remain compliant as standards evolve, with access to harmonized controls covering numerous compliance requirements, such as FedRAMP, SSAE 16, COBIT, ISO 27001, ISO 27002, ISO 27005, SOX, FFIEC, PCI, GLBA, HIPAA, CMS, NERC CIP and other federal and state mandates. The software simplifies the compliance process with its user-friendly, self-help modules that eliminate what Peters calls “audit anarchy” and allows organizations to “go from zero to compliance” in record time. On average, Peters reports, organizations that switch to the ITAM speed up their GRC assessments and reporting processes by 180%. Realizing that not all companies have the time or resources to handle their compliance in-house, Continuum GRC offers ITAM customers three service levels: the DIY self-help version; the Cybervisor-supported version, where organizations can call on the assistance of Continuum GRC’s compliance experts; and the full-service version, where Continuum GRC’s experts perform all the work. Additionally, there is a special service provider ITAM edition specifically developed for third-party assessors who want harness the power of RegTech to help their own clients. “Regulations are necessary, but compliance requirements should not cripple an organization’s finances and disrupt their daily operations,” says Peters. “Continuum GRC is committed to continuously improving the ITAM to take the pain out of the compliance process.” Continuum GRC’s primary purpose is to help organizations attain, maintain, and demonstrate compliance and information security excellence, in any jurisdiction. Continuum GRC specializes in Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) cyber security solutions and is fully dedicated to global success in these disciplines. Learn more about ITAM and why Continuum GRC is Proactive Cyber Security!
News Article | March 14, 2017
Small yellow submarine Boaty McBoatface is off to its first scientific mission in the Antarctic this month. The unmanned vehicle was called as such after a competition in the United Kingdom sought out names for the new polar research ship. At one point, the country’s Natural Environment Research Council overrode the winning “Boaty McBoatface” entry in its own contest and mulled naming the vessel RRS Sir David Attenborough instead. A campaign from the NERC asked the public to suggest names for the autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), poised to travel beneath ice at depths of 6,000 meters (19,685 feet) and transmit collected data to scientists through a radio link. The NERC said it would have the final say on the £200 million (around $244 million) ship, now being constructed by Cammell Laird in Birkenhead. So it instead named it after naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, reported The Guardian. In a previous interview, Attenborough said it would be huge honor to see the ship named after him. In response to questions about the Boaty label, he said that the name proposed by a radio journalist was likely “meant in a jokey kind of way,” after which people also probably voted in a joking manner. “People take the names of their ships quite seriously. I served in the navy at the end of the late 1940s and we cared about the name of our ship,” he said. Agency bosses, however, finally decided to honor the public vote and let the Boaty name for the remotely operated submarine live in. Boaty McBoatface’s mission, however, is not one to be taken lightly. It is tasked to probe water flow as well as turbulence in the dark recesses of the Orkney Passage, a deep region off the Southern Ocean. The resulting data will assist researchers in further understanding how the oceans act in response to global warming. It will travel with an expedition called Dynamics of the Orkney Passage Outflow (DynOPO) on the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) research vessel James Clark Ross, leading from Chile’s Punta Arenas on March 17. “The Orkney Passage is a key choke-point to the flow of abyssal waters in which we expect the mechanism linking changing winds to abyssal water warming to operate,” explained lead scientist and University of Southampton professor Alberto Naveira Garabato. The team will measure the speed of stream flow, turbulence, and their response to wind changes over the ocean in a bid to determine complex processes in the area and represent them in climate models predicting changes in the 21st century and beyond. Boaty will be provided with acoustic and chemical sensors in 2019 and deployed into the North Sea to scour for signals linked to artificial release of gas under the seabed. Boaty is also planned to cross the Arctic Ocean under ice for the first time, a groundbreaking research effort in this critical region. The UK’s National Oceanography Center has also released Boaty’s cartoon version to educate children on marine research, with a full-sized, inflatable version planned to travel to events nationwide. A study this month warned that severe ocean acidification is engulfing the Arctic Ocean, particularly the Western Arctic Ocean, and a host of marine animals including shellfish and other crucial links in the food web are bearing the brunt of the changes. Acidification at the Arctic sea, according to researchers, is exacerbated by the entry of Pacific Ocean waters into the Arctic during winters and abetted by ocean currents and Arctic sea ice loss, which allows for expanding the acidic water levels. © 2017 Tech Times, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
News Article | May 2, 2017
Three experienced security professionals bring their top-level skills to Archer Energy Solutions, the parent company of Archer Security Group Meet the three new experts joining Archer Energy Solutions, LLC (Archer) from Utility System Efficiencies, Inc. (USE). Their goal? To use their experience and expertise to help electric power industry organizations stay compliant and safe. "Our mission is to provide Registered Entities with the knowledge and understanding needed to comply with all applicable North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and Regional Entity Operating and Planning Reliability Standards,” Dintelman said. "I am excited to lead our team of industry experts in fulfilling our mission.” Dintelman served as Chief Operating Officer for the Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC), working at WECC from 1974 to 2005. He headed USE’s compliance division from 2007 to 2016. He spent many years involved with NERC and WECC developing Reliability Standards and related compliance monitoring processes. "Compliance with the NERC Reliability Standards is like a safety program in which employees must consider each day on the job what they need to do to maintain compliance just like they do to maintain safety on the job,” he explained. Shiflett is an electrical engineer with more than 15 years of work with electric utilities, including auditing operational and planning standards for WECC as well as reviewing and processing self-reports and mitigation plans as a compliance risk engineer. He was a senior electrical engineer and compliance manager at the largest generator in North America, the Grand Coulee Dam. His goal? "To provide our clients excellent service derived from the pool of knowledge and experience our team represents,” Shiflett said. "The services we provide center around the NERC and regional operations and planning standards and include aspects such as training, interpretations and consults, mock and actual audits, assistance with self-reports and mitigation plans, and controls evaluations, to name a few,” Shiflett added. New team member Catrina Martin is now the Compliance Administrative Specialist at Archer, bringing more than 14 years of experience in the electrical utility industry, including serving two years as WECC’s Chief Administrator. She provided administrative support to USE's compliance and analytical divisions as Compliance Administrative Specialist from 2007 to 2016. Martin wants to be the go-to person for compliance-related needs, and “provide independent expert feedback to compliance staff and Subject Matter Experts so that they can continue to improve on all compliance aspects and be more than sufficiently prepared for a formal Regional Entity/NERC compliance audit,” she said. Martin highlighted the importance of continuously looking at compliance, so you are not caught in a state of emergency, or “fire drill compliance.” "By assisting clients, we are improving the reliability of the Bulk Electric System not only in our local areas, but worldwide to ensure that lights are kept on, lifesaving devices are working, economies keep flowing, etc.,” Martin said. Archer Energy Solutions is the parent company of Archer Security Group.
News Article | May 3, 2017
Three experienced security professionals bring their top-level skills to Archer Energy Solutions, the parent company of Archer Security Group Meet the three new experts joining Archer Energy Solutions, LLC (Archer) from Utility System Efficiencies, Inc. (USE). Their goal? To use their experience and expertise to help electric power industry organizations stay compliant and safe. "Our mission is to provide Registered Entities with the knowledge and understanding needed to comply with all applicable North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and Regional Entity Operating and Planning Reliability Standards,” Dintelman said. "I am excited to lead our team of industry experts in fulfilling our mission.” Dintelman served as Chief Operating Officer for the Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC), working at WECC from 1974 to 2005. He headed USE’s compliance division from 2007 to 2016. He spent many years involved with NERC and WECC developing Reliability Standards and related compliance monitoring processes. "Compliance with the NERC Reliability Standards is like a safety program in which employees must consider each day on the job what they need to do to maintain compliance just like they do to maintain safety on the job,” he explained. Shiflett is an electrical engineer with more than 15 years of work with electric utilities, including auditing operational and planning standards for WECC as well as reviewing and processing self-reports and mitigation plans as a compliance risk engineer. He was a senior electrical engineer and compliance manager at the largest generator in North America, the Grand Coulee Dam. His goal? "To provide our clients excellent service derived from the pool of knowledge and experience our team represents,” Shiflett said. "The services we provide center around the NERC and regional operations and planning standards and include aspects such as training, interpretations and consults, mock and actual audits, assistance with self-reports and mitigation plans, and controls evaluations, to name a few,” Shiflett added. New team member Catrina Martin is now the Compliance Administrative Specialist at Archer, bringing more than 14 years of experience in the electrical utility industry, including serving two years as WECC’s Chief Administrator. She provided administrative support to USE's compliance and analytical divisions as Compliance Administrative Specialist from 2007 to 2016. Martin wants to be the go-to person for compliance-related needs, and “provide independent expert feedback to compliance staff and Subject Matter Experts so that they can continue to improve on all compliance aspects and be more than sufficiently prepared for a formal Regional Entity/NERC compliance audit,” she said. Martin highlighted the importance of continuously looking at compliance, so you are not caught in a state of emergency, or “fire drill compliance.” "By assisting clients, we are improving the reliability of the Bulk Electric System not only in our local areas, but worldwide to ensure that lights are kept on, lifesaving devices are working, economies keep flowing, etc.,” Martin said.
News Article | April 17, 2017
APS chose Archer as its Supplier of the Year in the performance category. Arizona Public Service started in the electricity business more than 130 years ago, just a few years after the gunfight at the OK Corral in Tombstone, Ariz. Now, it brings power to over 2.7 million people. This longest-serving electric company in Arizona has announced its Supplier of the Year Awards for 2016, honoring the business partners that help them succeed. Out of the more than 4,500 suppliers, vendors and partners, APS chose Archer as its Supplier of the Year in the performance category. “Archer has been a partner for us in every sense of the word,” Lisa Carrington, critical infrastructure protection transition team manager at APS, said during the awards ceremony this week. “They had a team on site with me for two and a half years, helping us do something that was a monumental task for APS,” she added. Archer helped APS implement the new NERC CIP cybersecurity regulation, Carrington noted, as well as prepare for an audit. "It was incredibly challenging,” she said. “Archer Energy Solutions was there with us every day, long days, providing their technical guidance, their expertise, their knowledge of industry and their knowledge of auditing. APS and Archer will continue to work together." “It is an absolute pleasure working for APS,” said Archer Managing Partner Stacy Bresler. "We are passionate about our client’s successes, and always aim to ensure we are adding value where it is most needed. Security is paramount in critical infrastructures, and it isn’t easy to build a solid and sustainable program. We partner with our clients to build solutions that work within their organizational structures while helping them break the barriers that come with adopting new ways of doing things.”