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Feature Announcements | News | Mobile Data Solutions

Zerion’s 2019 Roadmap: Where Are We Going?

By: Zerion
February 12th, 2019

 

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Award Recipients | Distinguished Project

AIHA Receives Distinguished Project Award for Work in Zambia

By: Zerion
February 11th, 2019

Any time an organization is able to do great good, with amazing results - especially for underserved populations - their efforts are worth celebrating. This is the case for the American International Health Alliance (AIHA). We are excited to recognize the AIHA team - along with project champion Audra Stark - for their development of the ACT Mobile Tracking App to reduce Loss to Follow-up for HIV patients in Zambia - with a 2019 Distinguished Project Award.

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Enterprise Data Solution Shopping with Confidence

Guide: Enterprise Data Solution Shopping with Confidence.

Learn what sets one solution apart from another, and the questions you should be asking to make the right decision.

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Holidays

Reflecting to Grow

By: Zerion
January 1st, 2019

It’s that time of year again, time to reflect on the past, and focus on the future.

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Holidays

A Time for Thanks

By: Zerion
November 22nd, 2018

It’s that time of year again. A time to reflect, to give back, and to be thankful for the people, things and circumstances that surround us.

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Food Safety | Food Service | Integrations | News

NEWS: Reducing Foodborne Illness Just Got Easier

By: Zerion
November 14th, 2018

iFormBuilder now integrates with ThermoWorks  Temperature Hardware!

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Data Security | Mobile Data Solutions | Data Management

The New Era of Data Privacy – International Regulations and Standards

By: Zerion
October 25th, 2018

Back in 2015, our CEO, Sze Wong, wrote about the future of data privacy and the importance of “trust no one” security measures. At this point in time, large companies were beginning to realize the value of customer data, while finding ways to use it to their benefit (and the benefit of their customers). The thought was, the more data that was collected, the more customized and “intelligent,” services and products could become.

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