N.Fostering healthy relationships with clients and partners is the most sustainable way to build a business, said Dan Prince, reflecting on his experience growing a custom software development company in Kansas City. increase.
“You grow your business through your reputation by doing the best work you can for people. But relationships are the only way to get through these difficult times and important changes,” Prince said. Illumisoftwith a particular focus on the healthcare industry.
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Prince founded Illuminasoft in 2014 after spending 20 years in the Kansas City tech industry. The illumisoft team specializes in web applications, cloud migration, data management, and business solutions. He is working to blend the expertise of technology with the vision of a medical professional, Prince said.
Because the team works exclusively with medical professionals, its members are trained with knowledge of dynamic medical concepts, enabling them to rapidly create solutions to the most complex problems. explained Prince.
“We helped an endocrinologist do a diabetes study. They came to us with a plan for the whole project,” Prince recalls. “From our perspective as developers, we realized we were ready to build a system that we could have built five years ago. A month project plan has been reduced to two months, saving us time and money.”
Illumisoft’s custom healthcare software developers differentiate themselves from the competition through a people-first approach, added Anne Culpepper, current chief operating officer and incoming CEO of illumisoft. I was.
“We call ourselves human-centric technologists to highlight the fact that at the end of every technical solution are the people who provide the service,” said Culpepper. . “People are at the forefront of what we do. …that approach is what we believe is unique in the world of healthcare, technology. Our influence is deeply invested in our clients’ success. It is born from
“To name a few, the client results officer (the person who works directly with the client or the internal development team) acts as a translator,” she continued. “They are smart, they are curious, they are empathetic. are selling.”
Children’s Mercy Kansas City, one of illumisoft’s most valuable partners.
“We really love [Children’s Mercy’s] Mission. They were building a research informatics team, so we started getting involved with them,” he said. “We were part of their growth and development, and they were part of us. …We have worked directly with their innovation center, research informatics team, and diabetes physicians. As such, we have taken a number of different initiatives to deepen our involvement in the world of biologics and research.”
Culpepper is currently helping manage the transition of the entire Children’s Mercy’s Genome Medicine Center operation to a “cloud” or virtual storage space on the Internet.
“Throughout that project, there have been many gains and losses associated with it,” she shared.[Brian ‘Moose’ Rivera] The person who started the project and pulled me in unfortunately passed away during the course of this project. I am very much aware of the fact that so much effort has been put into this. The Center for Genomic Medicine does an amazing job for children across the state and beyond when it comes to research, so it’s great to be a part of it. ”
In addition to technical services, ilumisoft can build products, the two said — the company has built products that measure head impact and created mobile health solutions delivered through a SaaS model. I paid attention to
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Illuminasoft continues to be involved in informatics research in Kansas City and recently joined. biocanthus It’s also in the process of working with organizations to host expert insight panels, Culpepper teased. Bionexus.
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Internally, Ilmisoft will continue to evolve as Culpepper transitions to the CEO role starting in November, Culpepper and Prince said.
“I decided to leave the executive role at Ilmisoft and take the architect role and let Ann run the company because she is better than me.
“When I met Dan, I was really intrigued when I learned that he was looking for someone who could be technical but also understand how to work with people to solve difficult use case problems. I got it,” Culpepper said.
As CEO, Culpepper is looking forward to bringing recognition to Kansas City’s biotech and entrepreneurial hub, she said.
“Coasts are often where people’s minds go when it comes to software, development, and innovation,” says Culpepper. “I want to be part of changing the way people think and show them that the Midwest is a region where a lot of innovation is happening. But building that perception is not without its challenges.”
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