Project Haiti, a Not for Profit 501c(3) organization, announces new high technology donation platform provided by Swiss Message Bank, AG.

Project Haiti, a Not for Profit 501c(3) organization, announces new high technology donation platform provided by Swiss Message Bank, AG.

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NEW YORK, July 27, 2017 /CNW/ – Project Haiti, a US 501c(3)  organization, announced today that it has partnered with Swiss Message Bank, AG, a Swiss Company and its subsidiary, Swiss Message Bank US, LLC, to utilize Swiss Message Banks advanced technology donation platform. Swiss Message Bank Cares Partnership Agreement provides that; for each Message to the Future purchased by a supporter of Project Haiti’s humanitarian efforts, Swiss Message Bank shall donate 30% of the deposited messages price to Project Haiti. Swiss Message Banks Donation Platform provides Project Haiti’s supporters the ability to offer a “Wonderful Service to Humanity”, while supporting humanitarian aid to Haiti.

About Project Haiti

Project Haiti is a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing medical care and education to the country of Haiti since 1992.
Project Haiti’s contributions include:

  • Delivering equipment, supplies, and personnel support to Hospital Bienfaisance (Charity Hospital) in Pignon on Haiti’s north central plateau. Project Haiti is the primary organization that assisted in the development of this 65-bed hospital, which has become an excellent national resource for advanced surgical training due to its state-of-the-art operating rooms, education facilities, and telecommunication capabilities.
  • In addition to training nurses and other health care providers, starting in 1995 Project Haiti introduced courses in laparoscopic surgery to Haitian gynecologists and general surgeons. Since then, Project Haiti surgeons have educated hundreds of Haitian physicians from all of the major teaching hospitals throughout the country.
  • Since 2010, Urology training courses in vesicovaginal fistula repair, urethral reconstruction and general urology have been conducted, both in Pignon and in the capital city of Port-au-Prince. Project Haiti’s contributions and leadership in urology has led to a remarkable organization of educational activities among all Haitian urologists and residents-in-training, achieving collaboration with international urologic organizations as well as the volunteer surgeons who have been serving in Haiti. The Global Association for the Support of Haitian Urology (GASHU) is now a robust organization as a result, contributing to improved urologic care for the Haitian people.
  • Project Haiti is currently developing a second laparoscopic training center in the heart of Port-au-Prince at the newly constructed Hospital St. Francois de Sales (HSFDS). This is the result of an effective partnership with the local hospital leadership in conjunction with the faculty of the nearby national university hospital.
  • Project Haiti has initiated the development of a urology training center at HSFDS, complete with a kidney stone treatment center. With its numerous partners, Project Haiti has successfully introduced laser lithotripsy and ESWL (Extra-Corporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy) and has trained Haitian urologists to independently perform these advanced procedures.
  • Project Haiti has been a pioneer in tele-health since 2002 and was the first to bring tele-education to Haiti through videoconferencing and streaming live surgery, initially with satellite communication at Hospital Bienfaisance in Pignon. In recent years, Project Haiti partnered with SAGES (Society of American Gastro-intestinal Endoscopic Surgeons) to provide regular internet-based videoconferences from prominent surgeon professors all over the world to many physicians throughout Haiti. The impact of excellent medical education for the local health care providers in Haiti on the well-being of the people is dramatic. Project Haiti believes that by teaching a few, many can be helped. In order for these efforts to be sustainable long-term, your support is needed.
  • For a deeper exploration of Project Haiti, its legacy and leadership, please visit our web site: www.projecthaiti.org

About Swiss Message Bank.

Swiss Message Banks proprietary and advanced software technology provides its users advanced state of the art software platforms, which include; “Messages to the Future” technology and their “Not for Profit Donations Platform”. By replacing antiquated donor technology, Swiss Message Banks advanced and proprietary Not for Profit Donation Platform enables 501c(3) organizations the ability to significantly improve their fundraising efforts through increased efficiencies and donor participation. Swiss Messaging Banks “Messaging to the Future” technology allows a provider of Voice Messages the ability to confidentially record encrypted messages and edit, change and deliver them immediately, or store their messages for up to 100 years. These messages may be of numerous types, including messages from the elderly and ill, to loved ones and friends, general population messages, of any kind, as well as business and legal messages. Swiss Message Bank provides it’s Not for Profit Platform Free to all 501c(3) organizations. For more information please visit our web site: www.swissmessagebank.com

Project Haiti contact:
information@projecthaiti.org

Swiss Message Bank contact: 

support@swissmessagebank.com

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Phronesis Partners Inc. Appoints Matt Olaveson as Vice President for Client Success

Chicago (PRWEB) July 27, 2017

Phronesis Partners, a global Research & Consulting company, today announced the appointment of Matt Olaveson as its VP- Client Success. Matt has over 15 years of rich experience in Capital Markets, Management Consulting and Business Research. He has an expertise in developing operational strategies to deliver superior market insights, thought leadership, cost-efficient business & research process automation, and knowledge management for organizations.

Prior to Phronesis, Matt has held leadership roles at one of the largest investments banks, a business intelligence organisation, and a professional services firm specializing in delivering custom research and analytics services, where he played a key role in delivering analytics and research services to corporations, financial services institutions and management consulting firms.

Matt plays an active role in solving various social problems. He is the founding director and officer of Worldwide Breast Cancer, a non-profit organisation that develops communication strategies to educate women and men globally on the signs of breast cancer to promote early detection. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Luminarts Foundation, which provides scholarships and fellowships to young artists pursuing careers in the performing and visual arts in Chicago.

At Phronesis, Matt will lead the overall growth of the firm’s Business and Financial Research practice in North America.

The announcement was made by Alok Tayal, Chairman of Phronesis Partners. Alok said, “Matt has been assigned a vital role and the experience & knowledge he brings to Phronesis is invaluable. Increased demand for Financial Research services led to us look for an expert individual like Matt. I am sure he will play a key role as we continue to provide exceptional services and state-of-the-art solutions to our clients”.

About Phronesis Partners:

Phronesis Partners, one of the fastest growing research and consulting establishments globally, offers unique and actionable insights to deliver research & intelligence solutions for businesses. We take great pride in our solution-centric culture that drives client success by Simplifying Growth. At the heart of all our activities are bespoke project frameworks advanced by subject matter expertise, ensuring quality at source. A set of specialized databases, 24*7 work culture, highly qualified staff and management team weave together the right knowledge and resources to deliver business insights with direct strategic applicability. Phronesis Partners is headquartered in Singapore with offices in London, Boston, and Noida (India).

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For more information, please visit: http://www.phronesis-partners.com/ or write to info(at)phronesis-partners(dot)com

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Joseph Hellerstein Joins Datometry as Technical Advisor

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 27, 2017

Datometry, the pioneer in Adaptive Data Warehouse Virtualization technology, is pleased to announce that Professor Joseph Hellerstein–one of the most recognized innovators in the data management industry–has joined Datometry as a Technical Advisor.

Professor Hellerstein is a much-awarded expert, accomplished author, entrepreneur (he is a founder of Trifacta), and a respected speaker on all things data. He is a Professor of Computer Science at UC Berkeley and has also held several key industry positions including Director of Intel Research Labs and Chief Scientist of Cohera Corporation. Professor Hellerstein is also a Technical Advisor to Captricity, SurveyMonkey, and DellEMC.

“I'm excited to be a part of Datometry,” says Professor Hellerstein. “There has been a remarkable shift among Global Fortune 100 companies to cloud-native database technologies over the past couple years. The business advantages are compelling. But in shifting to the cloud, enterprises still face significant obstacles–most notably the expense and risk of application migration. Datometry's technology for virtualizing databases removes vendor lock-in and enables enterprises to implement cloud-native technologies in weeks rather than years. I look forward to working with Datometry on their mission of rewriting the data management story.”

“We are honored and very pleased that Professor Hellerstein has joined us as a Technical Advisor. Truly, there is no one with the experience and breadth of expertise quite like Professor Hellerstein,” says Mike Waas, CEO and founder of Datometry. “And there’s nothing like our Adaptive Database Virtualization technology. Therefore, it makes perfect sense to bring the two together as we advance our mission of cloud-shift innovation.”

Datometry partners with leading cloud service providers and database vendors including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft, Pivotal, and Snowflake.

About Datometry

Datometry (http://www.datometry.com) is revolutionizing how global enterprises can gain competitive advantage by up-leveling their data management to become cloud-native quickly and effectively. Datometry Hyper-Q is a category-defining solution that accelerates the digital transformation of enterprise IT by eliminating the costs and risks of adopting new data management technologies and lets the enterprise realize significant savings, innovate faster, and increase the speed of business. Hyper-Q is powered by Datometry’s proprietary technology developed by an expert team of database researchers and engineers. Datometry is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Media Contact: Sonya Pelia at press(at)datometry(dot)com

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