Sramana Mitra: My next question is going to be about what trends are you seeing. How are your customers using data? Obviously you have a very rich dataset in your ecosystem.
What are some unique and interesting visionary ways that data is being used and interesting applications of it being developed on top of that data?>>>
During the last quarter, ERP giant SAP (NYSE: SAP) has been in the news on account of the large scale restructuring and management reshuffle announcements. Despite the departures, the company continues to invest in cloud, AI, and IoT technologies as it targets to more than double its value by 2023.>>>
The insurance industry is archaic and offers much room for re-engineering. Kyle discusses how he is going about it.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start at the very beginning of your journey. Where are you from? Where were you born and raised? What kind of background?
Kyle Nakatsuji: I was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I was born and raised in the Midwest. I went to undergrad at a college in Wisconsin and then got a law degree and an MBA at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.>>>
An in-depth conversation on the stage of data in the medical world.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as Life Image.
Matthew Michela: I’m the President and CEO of Life Image. Life Image is a medical evidence-based technology platform that services a wide variety of healthcare entities and partners inside the healthcare ecosystem on a global scale. We’re a relatively mature company of about 11 years.>>>
According to Market Research Future, the global customer analytics market is expected to grow 15% annually to $7.3 billion by 2023. Recently, San Francisco-based Segment.io announced its seventh funding round that enrolled it into the Billion Dollar Unicorn club.>>>
During this week’s roundtable, we had four serious entrepreneurs pitching from four distinctly different corners of the world.
Up first we had the recent winner of a 1Mby1M Basic scholarship sponsored by EIT Health, Ignacio Barraque from Zaragoza, Spain, pitched Social&Care, an elderly care solution.
Next, Nag Kukkadapu from Hyderabad, India, pitched ReferenceGlobe, an EdTech company that already has 175 colleges using its product.
Drura Parrish: In manufacturing, margins are spread across a lot of players. In between all those players, there’re different collection fees at every point. On one hand for manufacturing, you’ve got systems for both data and protocols and machines. On the other hand, you have financial systems that still aren’t concrete.>>>
Entrepreneurs are invited to the 442nd FREE online 1Mby1M mentoring roundtable on Thursday, May 2, 2019, at 8 a.m. PDT/11 a.m. EDT/5 p.m. CEST/8:30 p.m. India IST.
If you are a serious entrepreneur, register to “pitch” and sell your business idea. You’ll receive straightforward feedback, advice on next steps, and answers to any of your questions. Others can register to “attend” to watch, learn, and interact through the online chat.