eRemede’s Enterprise Approach to Entering the Market
Ben Sever received the start of his enterprise technology experience working for Oracle | Netsuite in NYC and most of that knowledge was applied to the formation of eRemede’s robust platform. In the start of his career, he sold ERP and CRM software suites to Fortune 1000 companies, where he saw how cloud-based suites of software are the backbone of most of today’s most prominent companies. A suite of software is a bundle of software functionality that is bundled together (rather than using multiple applications to solve a problem). eRemede seeks to solve the problem of unifying the front office of healthcare by being the only suite needed in the front office of patient engagement.
Similar to how companies such as Salesforce, Oracle and ADP are “one-stop shops” for their respective business management purpose, eRemede intends to become the same. Built for enterprise by a world-class application development firm, eRemede can provide intake forms, surveys, HIPAA-compliant messaging, automated reminders, multimedia resources, multimedia, data analytics and telehealth under one mobile-first solution. As Ben Sever has coined, we are a start-up only by timeline but an enterprise by design. eRemede’s world class developers have been lead designers/programmers for publicly traded companies such as 3M and Bridgestone International.
eRemede has seen record-breaking speed-to market times Ben Sever’s Agile acumen in scrum project management, but also his choice in CTO, Ryan Budden. Customers and partners of eRemede have immediate confidence because this platform is actually the 3rd time this “dynamic duo” of CEO and CTO have brought an enterprise platform to market. Ryan actually led development to their first platform 8 years ago, which ultimately got acquired by Hilton Hotels.
Needless to say, eRemede is poised to be a market leader due to a multitude of reasons, but the bedrock being their four T’s “Tech, Team, Timing and Traction.”
Categorized in: Work
This post was written by Elevate, Inc.
Comments are closed here.