Merit Medical Makes InformationWeek List of Top Technology Innovators
20 November 2012 (updated 30 June 2015)
As the Director of Sales & Marketing Technology at Merit, I’m proud to announce that Merit Medical was ranked 195 out of 500 companies on the InformationWeek 500 Top Technology Innovators. This annual list identifies the nation’s most innovative users of business technology. InformationWeek tracks the technology, strategies, investments, and administrative practices of some of America’s best-known companies.
We earned this recognition for our work developing, implementing and integrating state-of-the-art web and mobile systems for marketing disposable medical devices for use in interventional radiology and cardiology. Our innovations include:
• A new company website www.merit.com, including an online catalog, blogs and award-winning product videos for HepaSphere™ Microspheres and the Blue Diamond™ digital inflation device among others.
• Custom mobile applications, including native iPad and iPhone apps and cross-platform HTML5 apps such as the EN Snare® endovascular snare system snare size selection chart.
• Cloud architecture with software services, including Amazon Web Services, Salesforce.com, Google Apps, and eLeaP training, secured with Symplified single sign-on and unified with mashups.
• Social media outreach through a YouTube channel, Facebook page, Twitter feed, LinkedIn group, and Scribd library.
[A variation of this article originally appeared on the Merit Medical blog.]
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