NEWS & INSIGHTS
“To create a fantastic work culture, give people responsibility; Give them space so they can soar.” Authority Magazine Interviews Tony Lakier of RedMane Technology
Doug Morsbach, a child welfare client executive, has joined to RedMane Technology. He will help RedMane clients modernize their systems so child welfare professionals can better serve children and families.
The public sector cloud wave – including for hosting IBM’s Cúram solutions (also called Watson Health) – is taking place because it offers significant cost and operational advantages over traditional models. Cloud, at the most basic level, is the on-demand use of third-party remote computing resources, such as servers and storage.
RedMane Technology LLC, a Chicago-based software solutions and systems integration firm, was awarded a contract to implement a modern Medicaid Eligibility and Enrollment solution for the Puerto Rico Department of Health.
State and Local Dignitaries and Officials Turn Out to Help Celebrate RedMane Technology LLC’s Missouri Office Grand Opening
RedMane Technology LLC celebrated the grand opening of its 6000 square foot office in Jefferson City, Missouri with a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 3, 2019. Over 60 people turned out to help the firm celebrate the new office, including several state and local dignitaries.
RedMane’s Zeke Torres was the guest speaker at i.c. stars, a technology-based workforce development and leadership training program for low-income adults. The Chicago non-profit provides its interns with employment opportunities and helps train them for community advocacy. Interns are required to apply and be accepted into the two-year program.
RedMane Founder and President, Tony Lakier shares his insights on using technology to impact the world in The Startup Magazine interview.
RedMane Technology was awarded a contract to provide application maintenance and technology services for Missouri’s Medicaid Eligibility Determination and Enrollment System (MEDES).
Digital transformation initiatives, ever rising ease of use expectations, and never-ending regulatory changes are increasing the pressure on IT organizations to design, develop, test, release, and maintain applications at a more rapid pace and with higher quality. Budgets remain tight. Software engineering talent is in short supply.
Indigenous communities were using outdated technology in providing child welfare and prevention services. They needed a modernized approach to handle their case management processes, enabling them to document assessments, family involvement and have access to critical reporting. Agencies also had the desire to have a paperless system.