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For many patients, navigating the complexities of the healthcare system is cumbersome and frustrating. Consumers routinely fail to engage or achieve positive health outcomes with their providers because they don’t understand what’s expected or how to work effectively with medical processes.

Goods Unite Us was started after the last presidential election, when one of my co-founders, Brian Potts, and I realized that it was time to address the negative impacts associated with corporate money in politics. Together with our third co-founder, Amy Jo Miller, Goods Unite Us maintains a…

Ransomware continues to bring businesses of all sizes to a grinding halt – leaving victims with not only hefty ransom demands but also steep business interruption costs. To combat this, Gillware, a booming incident response and cyber risk management firm based in Madison, announces its compr…

We all use our phones to take pictures every day. The same is true in healthcare: clinicians take photos to document surgeries, track skin lesions or wounds, communicate with other medical providers, and in countless other clinical workflows.

We founded SafetyNet with a mission in mind: to help hardworking people improve their financial well-being through innovative financial solutions.

Our primary mission at Ionic is enabling people all over the world to build powerful, highly custom mobile applications, without having to be a mobile expert.

When Pyran’s chemical engineering team from the University of Wisconsin-Madison embarked on their new project aimed at tackling the enormous problem of replacing oil to make paints and plastics, they had a feeling they would generate some interesting research, but the discovery they made sur…

In the United States, more than 10,000 people are killed every year because of an impaired driver. Among our nation’s youth, car crashes are the leading cause of fatalities. In 2016, crashes killed more than 2,500 teens ages 16 to 19, and emergency rooms treated nearly 300,000 more for injur…

The inspiration for OneEvent Technologies came during a morning news segment about surviving a hotel fire. The advice included crawling through smoke-filled hallways to find an exit. Realizing how little a standard alarm system could do to prevent a fire, I reached out to a friend and engine…

This summer my wife, Sara, and I celebrated 30 years since we bought a small, family owned bike rack company, Graber. Our goal was to make products and create good jobs right here in Wisconsin. We transformed an old farmhouse and chicken coop and joined our names (Sara and Chris) to create Saris.

I’m at the grocery store, making a purchase and before signing for the transaction, I receive a notification on my phone that includes the bank details about my purchase. Later, I’m sitting at my desk and receive notice that the package I ordered was just delivered to my front door.

Sometimes, the right software solution isn’t expensive, and it isn’t complicated. It doesn’t offer 10 extra features you don’t need, that you pay for anyway. For workplace training programs, there’s a gap in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) market for compliance tracking, and Training Tracke…

In 1948, Widen was founded as a lead plate engraver. Family-owned, we transitioned from the analog era to the digital, building a legacy across two centuries. Throughout, our mission has been to innovate in technologies that help organizations tell compelling stories.

The product we peddle was introduced in the late 19th century, and bicycles became part of the sharing economy as early as 1965. In 2010, bike share went mainstream in the United States with the launch of Denver BCycle.

Any entrepreneur or business leader will tell you, it is not easy to build something that lasts. To be frank, it is damn hard. Perhaps it should be. What innovation has influenced a generation, redefined an industry, or driven change in a community that did not require the work and resilienc…