We’re entering fall with a full schedule of events and opportunities! There’s been a great response to our virtual events thus far and we’d like to thank all of our attendees for joining and participating in the discussions. See below for what’s ahead and please take advantage of these free learning opportunities for your teams. Feel free to contact us for more information or check out our YouTube page for past presentations.
Azure DevOps: BYOToolchain: Webinar
Data Modernization Drives Digital Transformation
Analytics in a Day
Some Like it Hot…Data That is
Hartford Power BI User Group, Virtual
Water Utility Data Management 2.0
Analytics in a Day for State and Local Government
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We’re also thrilled to announce the following promotions…
Dan Fluet, VP of Sales
We’re consistently developing a calendar of events to help both technical and non-technical professionals better understand Data, AI, Cloud, UX and other elements of our rapidly changing IT landscape. Here’s what’s up ahead:
The Art of the Possible: Write-Back & Planning in Power BI, Webinar
Join Tallan & PowerOn for an in-depth presentation of the world’s first fully integrated BI & CPM solution for Power BI. We will demonstrate exactly how users of any level can now enter data, handle end to end workflow & approvals directly within their Power BI platform, and so much more.
When: September 2nd, 2020 at 11:15 a.m. EDT
Azure DevOps: BYOToolchain, Webinar
Azure DevOps services will be used to orchestrate a toolchain with the end goal of building, testing, and deploying an application in a multi-cloud environment.
When: September 23rd, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. EDT
Data Modernization Drives Digital Transformation, Webinar
UnifyCloud and Tallan have partnered together to…
We are incredibly impressed by the innovation our client, Abiomed continues to deliver and are humbled to be a part of this life-saving solution.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the emergency use of Abiomed’s Impella heart pump to help treat Covid-19 patients suffering from heart and lung failure, the company announced Tuesday.
In 1 in 10 patients, the virus results in extreme inflammation of the heart, in addition to a build-up of fluid in the lungs. For 42-year-old Devan Smith, who had no history of heart disease, the combination proved nearly fatal in May. (CNBC.com)
To read full article, click here.
A couple of weeks ago, Tallan attended its first ALM LegalWeek conference in New York City. With over 4,000 attorneys, c-suite executives, marketing and business development staff, exhibitors, and vendors registered, our team was looking forward to networking and the educational panels we had the opportunity to attend.
The event was divided into three separate ‘conferences,’ Legal CIO, Legal Tech, and Legal Business Strategy. We divided and conquered, and after day 1, one thing became clear: LegalTech has become mainstream. Firms are looking for out-of-the-box products and platforms to enhance processes, time-keep for ease of billing, foster eDiscovery, and generally optimize operations. There are vendors for nearly every ‘LegalTech’ you could imagine or need.
For the most part, they are internal. Save time by digitizing records, but if a firm cannot bill that time saved (not that attorneys perform administrative tasks anyway), then how…
Last week, the Connecticut Business & Industry Association held its annual Employment Law Conference. Tallan’s SVP of Client Delivery, Doug Smith, spoke on a panel with Dan Schwartz, a Partner at Shipman & Goodwin and author of the CT Employment Law Blog.
Rather than pose questions to the panelists, Moderator Mark Soycher opted to poll the audience, and allow Doug and Dan to provide color commentary on Artificial Intelligence & Analytics for HR: Recruiting, Retention & Engagement.
This style panel allowed for continued audience engagement for a topic many seem to shy away from. I was pleasantly surprised by some of the answers I saw, and not all that surprised by others. The first two questions created a Word Cloud, so the audience was able to visualize what their peers were thinking. The very first question asked was, “What loathed HR task or responsibility would you love…
In this blog we provide instructions on downloading a free CMS-1500 form. Since we’ll be using the Claim Form Editor Web-App on X12 Hero the CMS form is enhanced by our EDI validation software. X12 Hero offers a SaaS subscription for access to a full collection of healthcare EDI and medical billing web-apps. With this 1500 form we can easily enter claims and check completed claims for entry errors. We’ve found that pre-validating your claims in X12 Hero results in an 80% or better first pass acceptance rate. We’ll discuss how to resolve these errors that could otherwise result in a denied claim. The application also has the capability to convert CMS 1500 forms to EDI 837p files for submission. This blog gives simple steps for you to get started and improve your medical billing efficiency.
How to Use the Fillable…
Last week, a contingent from Tallan attended Microsoft Inspire. This conference brings together the entire Microsoft Partner Network. This network crosses borders, oceans, and mountain tops and what a sight it was. About 40,000 people gathered in “Hot Vegas” as they have aptly begun to refer to Las Vegas as, for 5 days of meetings, networking opportunities, Key Note speeches from Microsoft leadership – to include CEO, Satya Nadella himself, and even a concert to top it all off.
We learned a lot. We learned about Microsoft’s goals and priorities for their next fiscal year. We learned about opportunities we have and can use to our advantage, being a member of the Partner Network. Most importantly, we fostered and made new relationships with individuals across the country. A group who we can and will continue to align and partner with as…
Before you start reading, write down (or mentally note) two things: 1) what is one of the pains you face on a daily, weekly, monthly, or some recurring basis? And 2) what is a pain point that your BOSS (or your boss’s boss) faces in the same way?
(No, seriously – write it down… 😉)
Alright – now it’s our turn. Here are some pain points that we’ve encountered with our partners in the mortgage lending space:
Pre-approved buyers no-showing up to appointments
Documents are often hard copy and must be tended to in person
Too much time passes by between interactions with customers
Your online customer-facing resources leave much to be desired
Your internal go-to-market activities are too slow
Customers have a hard time identifying the right loan/product for them
Closing processes take too much time (for both you and your customers)
Non-commissioned internal resources lack the incentive…
Last April I wrote about the FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC). Having sponsored Team 1991 (The Dragons) I dropped in on the District Competition at Hartford Public High School to watch them compete. I was so inspired by the students that I volunteered to join the team as a programming mentor for the 2019 season. The theme this season is Destination: Deep Space presented by Boeing. This two-minute video provides an overview of the game.
As for The Dragons and my fellow mentors, a few words come to mind. Passion. Dedication. Teamwork. Students have classwork, exams, part time jobs, and family obligations. Mentors have full time jobs and countless other adult responsibilities. Sharing responsibility, picking up where others left off, night after night, every night, some combination of students and mentors are working together, learning together, and doing their part to move the mission forward toward competition.
Our first competition was the…
If you’ve ever signed up for a YouTube account, you’re probably more than familiar with YouTube’s head-scratching video recommendations at times. After mounting dissatisfaction over the new recommendation algorithm, which produced too many similar recommendations and videos promoting misinformation, the YouTube team published a January 2019 post indicating that the algorithm is still a work in progress, and announced changes in response to recent feedback.
The new algorithm changes are advertised to be capable of pulling in recommendations from a wider range of topics than before: “on any given day, more than 200 million videos are recommended on the homepage alone.” Contrasting the broadening of topics, YouTube is putting in an effort to reduce videos from being included in the recommendation algorithm which violate the YouTube Community Guidelines, or videos with the potential to misinform users “…such as videos promoting a…