Axial Exchange Acquires mRemedy from DoApp and Mayo Clinic

Axial Exchange announced today that it has acquired mRemedy, a company formed in 2009 by DoApp, Inc. and Mayo Clinic to offer a mobile healthcare platform to healthcare providers. The acquisition provides Axial Exchange with the software, pipeline and customers of the myTality patient-facing mobile healthcare application. The company will use the myTality suite as the patient-facing complement to its Axial Patient and Axial Provider products.

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NC IDEA Grant Winners Have Big Plans

Writing TechJournal, Joe Procopio takes a look at the Spring 2012 NC IDEA grant recipients and what they plan to build with the money and connections received from NC IDEA. He highlights that NC IDEA has surpassed $2M in funds granted and has served as a catalyst for high-growth technology companies in North Carolina. ArchiveSocial, Motaavi, Gema Touch, Impulsonic and DealCoud were awarded grants for the Fall 2012 cycle.

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NC IDEA Awards Over $201,000 in Grants and Crosses $2.5 Million Total Funding Mark

NC IDEA announced today that is has awarded over $201K in grants to five North Carolina startups. NC IDEA noted that this cycle was both its largest and most competitive cycle to-date. The grant cycle drew a record 184 applicants from 21 counties across the state. In the end, Archive Social, DealCloud, Gema Touch, Impulsonic and Motaavi were awarded grants.

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Argyle Social Equips Community Managers with Tools for Cross-Channel Social Marketing

Argyle Social announced today that it is rolling out two significant enhancements to its social media marketing platform. These products – Social Signals API and Argyle for Salesforce.com – will enable community managers and social professionals to integrate social data across marketing channels and business systems. “When it comes to enterprise marketing maturity, social media is light years behind other channels like email, search, and display,” Argyle Social CEO Eric Boggs said. “As a result, marketers operate in a dangerous blind spot – they don’t understand how their social media investments map to key business outputs.”

Read the full press release from Argyle Social.