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לימדו מ-סאפ: שש חברות סטארט-אפ ישראליות – שתיים מהן בהובלת נשים

הסתיים בהצלחה הסבב הראשון של SAP.iO Foundry TLV, בו השתתפו שש חברות סטארט-אפ ישראליות, בראשן של שתיים מהן עומדות נשים צעירות. 

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Zippin Raises $12M Series A, Announces Cashierless “Cube” Store-in-a-Box

Zippin, a startup creating cashierless checkout experiences for retailers, announced today that it has raised a $12 million Series A round of funding led by Evolv Ventures, the venture fund backed by Kraft Heinz. Other investors include SAP.iO, Scrum Ventures, Arca Continental, and Nomura Research Institute and NTT DOCOMO Ventures from Japan.

Zippin is one of many companies looking to retrofit retailers such as supermarkets with technology to facilitate grab-and-go shopping with no checkout lines. Unlike most of its competition, Zippin doesn’t just rely on cameras and AI to keep track of what people pick up (and put back) while shopping. It also employs shelf-sensors for what it says is a more accurate analysis of what people take and keep as they walk out the door.

As part of today’s announcement, Zippin also said that it is making its technology more portable and accessible to retailers with the introduction of the Zippin Cube. The Zippin Cube is a modular, pre-fabricated cashierless store-in-a-box roughly 300 – 500 sq. ft. that can be assembled in under three weeks upon ordering.

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Les nouvelles technologies au service du développement durable

Ce samedi 7 décembre 2019, Olivier Gambari, président d’iNex circular, Fabrice Bonnifet, directeur du développement durable du groupe Bouygues, et Catherine Garcera, directrice innovation et transformation chez SAP, se sont penchés sur les nouvelles technologies qui se mettent au service du développement durable dans l’émission Hors-Série Les Dossiers BFM Business présentée par Frédéric Simottel.

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How diversity and inclusion improve your finance function

As with so much of what we do today in finance, technology can help you. Well-intended education initiatives simply aren’t enough. At SAP, we’re increasingly using machine learning and artificial intelligence embedded in human experience management software to alert us if job descriptions or management behaviors exhibit inherent bias. Cultivate is an AI software created in our SAP.iO startup accelerator that alerts managers when they’re giving disproportionate time and attention to some employees over others.

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Starting Up the Circular Economy

What if you could identify and quantify waste even before it was created? Would this be revolutionary? One person’s waste is another person’s treasure, so the biowaste created by an industrial farm could be the biofuel that a production company needs. And being able to predict how much biowaste is available at the farm at any given time means you can begin creating a secure supply chain.

That is the ethos behind the circular economy. It’s also the idea behind iNex, one of eight startups recently invited to the SAP.iO Foundry Paris program’s greentech and sustainable enterprise cohort.

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Can AI Cure What Ails the Healthcare Industry?

Personal healthcare experiences often spark pioneering cures, and Hindsait CEO Pinaki Dasgupta is no exception. After two immediate family members weathered serious health issues, Dasgupta brought his digital expertise in manufacturing to the healthcare industry.

His cloud-based startup is designed to help insurance companies and healthcare organizations reduce costs while boosting patient health by replacing manual reporting, preauthorization, and audits with automation based on artificial intelligence (AI).

Healthcare spending in the U.S. alone has totaled almost 18 percent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), an astounding amount. While the causes are complex, Dasgupta points to unnecessary procedures, inefficiencies, errors, abuse, and fraud as among the top culprits. AI was just emerging when he founded Hindsait in 2013 amid a swirl of market-wide healthcare reform model

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Can Artificial Intelligence Cure What Ails The Healthcare Industry?

Personal healthcare experiences often spark pioneering cures, and Pinaki Dasgupta, CEO of Hindsait, is no exception. After two immediate family members weathered serious health issues, Dasgupta brought his digital expertise in manufacturing to the healthcare industry. His cloud-based startup is designed to help insurance companies and healthcare organizations reduce costs while boosting patient health by replacing manual reporting, preauthorization, and audits with AI-based automation.

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Daivergent for Autism Recruiting Now Available to SAP Fieldglass Customers

Today’s data-driven companies need talent with twenty-first century skills such as computer programming, quality assurance, data validation and graphic design – skills uniquely suited for individuals on the autism spectrum. To help companies find that specialized talent, SAP Fieldglass and Daivergent today announced the Daivergent for Autism Recruiting solution is now available to SAP Fieldglass customers on the SAP App Center, the digital marketplace for SAP partner offerings. The partnership enables companies using SAP Fieldglass solutions to hire and manage neurodiverse talent who have been sourced and trained by Daivergent.

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meQuilibrium Honored by Deloitte, SAP.iO, Mass Tech Leadership Council and Timmy Awards

meQuilibrium, a leading engagement, performance and human capital solution based in Boston, has been honored for its innovations in the tech community by Deloitte Fast 500, SAP.iO, Mass Tech Leadership Awards, and the Timmy Awards.

Deloitte Fast 500
Deloitte’s “2019 North America Technology Fast 500,” an annual ranking of the fastest-growing North American companies in technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech sectors selected meQuilibrium as one of the fastest growing companies of 2019.

“This year marks the 25th anniversary of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500, so we are especially pleased to announce and congratulate the 2019 winners,” said Sandra Shirai, vice chairman, Deloitte LLP, and U.S. technology, media and telecommunications leader. “Once again, we saw innovation across the board, with software companies continuing their dominance of the top ten. It’s always inspiring to see how the Fast 500 companies are transforming business and the world we live and work in.”

SAP.iO
SAP SE selected meQuilibrium to participate in its Fall 2019 accelerator program at SAP.iO Foundry New York. SAP.iO is SAP’s strategic business unit focused on cultivating a global network of startups to expand and enhance the SAP ecosystem and customer solutions. During the three-month in-residence program, SAP.iO is providing meQuilibrium with access to world-class executives and mentorship, exposure to SAP technology and application programming interfaces (APIs), and opportunities to collaborate with SAP customers. meQuilibrium is one of seven startups chosen for the Fall 2019 program. The meQuilibrium application will be available in the SAP App Center this fall.

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One Doctor’s Mission to Solve a $300 Billion Dollar Healthcare Problem

“This has been my mission for the last 20 years,” says Dr. Rajiv Shah of MyMeds, the company he founded in 2012. MyMeds is a medication management tool that helps consumers get a complete picture of the medication they have been prescribed and encourages adherence through a comprehensive “Digital + Human” approach.


Accessible as an app on the phone or a web-based tool on the desktop, consumers using MyMeds are able to auto-import their prescriptions, identify better prices for their medications, set up reminders and chat with expert pharmacists. MyMeds is also the only medication adherence platform to have connectivity with Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs), enabling real-time data exchange between insurers, clinical teams and patients, providing new engagement insights that health systems never had access to before.
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