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eRAMx, a long-time Ventures partner is an Evansville, Indiana-based company focused on remote medication monitoring for the sole purpose of improving participant health outcomes.
We wrote about Trade Secret Chocolates and its inventor, Matt Rubin, in 2016. Now we’d like to provide an update on this fast-growing Indianapolis-based business that got a boost from working with Ventures.
In working with Ventures, Comfort Motion Global – an Indianapolis-based company striving to improve long-distance travel – transformed from a hardware to a software company. The results are paying off with major manufacturers implementing the company’s product.
As usual, the past year’s to-do list at Ventures was filled with a wide variety of fascinating tasks. But, it just seemed to us that we had more than our normal share of projects designed to make the world a little less dangerous. In this article, we celebrate those risk-reducing projects plus all of the others that made 2017 another rewarding year.
We know Ventures gives Rose-Hulman interns valuable experience finding solutions to real-world problems for our clients. What’s less well known is that, after they graduate, those same interns often return to Ventures as clients who understand the creative potential under the Ventures roof.
Simma Software entered the embedded software market in 2004 with just one client. Since then, using a score of Ventures interns and experienced Ventures project managers, the company has grown to serve clients around the world, including several in the Fortune 500.
Ventures Helps Probo Medical Cut Health Care Costs The high price of medical equipment is a main driver of rising health care costs, but one Indianapolis startup is making life-saving technology more affordable. Probo Medical specializes in refurbishing worn or damaged ultrasound probes—the devices that glide over a patient’s body to produce sonogram images
Direct Supply is forging a talent pipeline with Rose-Hulman Ventures When the baby boom first started to rumble soon after World War II, it was likely a very good time to be a leading maker of baby food. Now, more than six decades later, it’s an equally good time to be on the leading
Here at Rose-Hulman Ventures, we love working in the innovation space. The most invigorating projects are the ones where clients challenge us to go beyond what they know is possible in developing a new process or product. However, our clients often struggle with how to define the scope of projects like this.
At Ventures, we know the importance of good communication and strive for the best possible interactions with all of our clients. That’s why we’re highlighting the work of Sean Moseley, a Rose-Hulman associate professor of mechanical engineering and co-author of The Engineering Communication Manual.