Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
Gwinnett Innovation Park’s eHub, (http://www.gwinnettinnovationpark.com) a unique, affordable, low risk space alternative for start-ups, entrepreneurs, independent professionals and teleworkers announced today that Flairtab is its newest Nspire company. Flairtab (http://www.flairtab.com) provides doctors’ offices with a Cloud based Television service that allows their patients to be educated, entertained and informed while they wait. In addition to the Nspire Program, Flairtab also participated in Startup Riot 2013 where they had the opportunity to present to investors and the Atlanta startup community in a three-minute pitch, where they were judged a top five company by the judges.
“Our success at Startup Riot 2013 along with joining the Nspire program has helped position us for continued success as we go to market,” said Venus Desai, with Flairtab. “The average wait time for a patient in a doctor’s office is 30 minutes and with more than a Billion office visits in the US, patients waste more than half a billion hours waiting for their Doctor. Our cloud-based plug-and-play solution provides doctors with tools that allow them to use the wait time to educate their patients about their practice, their staff and other services and procedures within the office - all at no cost to the doctor.”
The eHub NSpire program helps spark and support Atlanta technology entrepreneurs like Flairtab by providing them with resources and benefits to help them succeed, including office space at Gwinnett Innovation Park at no cost for one year.
“We are excited to have Flairtab join the Nspire program. The Nspire program is designed to give back to Gwinnett’s technology entrepreneurs and provide them with that lucky break, which is often the difference between a successful venture and a non-existent one,” said Marcy Powers with Gwinnett Innovation Park.
Cloud-Based, Waiting Room Television
The Flairtab solution is a combination of unique hardware and software that connects to the TV and allows the screens to be segmented into multiple zones. This also allows the TV to then connect to the Flairtab cloud, via Wi-Fi at the doctor’s office, where content and advertising for each office is stored and streamed into the waiting room.
The Flairtab service allows a TV within the waiting room to be split into multiple screens or zones. Zone 1 is used to showcase the doctor’s office with information about the staff, physicians, testimonials and other services. Zone 2 is used to stream videos of daily news, health and other stories of general interest to patients. Zone 3 is used for a major medical supplier/pharmacy to stream content about their products and services and location relative to the doctor’s office. Zone 4 is used to display banner ads from local businesses interested in reaching this audience.
Flairtab (http://www.flairtab.com) provides a platform that helps doctors extend patient interaction through specialized programming, direct messaging, and content delivery from the cloud to the waiting room. While patients learn about office hours, doctor and staff credentials, announcements and more, they become more comfortable and connected.
About Nspire Program
The eHub Nspire Program helps give Atlanta-area entrepreneurs a fighting chance to become a successful business. It plans to give back to the entrepreneurial community by allowing a limited number of companies to establish an office in Gwinnett Innovation Park at no cost for one year. Designed to provide Atlanta-based technology entrepreneurs with the resources to succeed, the Nspire Program includes time with a successful serial entrepreneur, access to marketing and public relations advice and the opportunity to establish an office in Gwinnett Innovation Park. Nspire Program companies. For more information or to download an application to become part of the Nspire Program email applicant(at)gwinnettinnovationpark(dot)com.
About Gwinnett Innovation Park
The Gwinnett Innovation Park offers an affordable environment for new and growing companies. Entrepreneurs can focus on business development and enjoy an “instant home” for their company without having to deal with facility and infrastructure hassles or lock into long-term commitments. They also have access to the business expertise of on-site executives and benefit from peer interaction, shared services and an extensive network of resources. Sponsored by long-time technology pioneer, Intelligent Systems Corporation [NYSE Amex: INS], the Gwinnett Innovation Park is one of the most successful, privately funded incubation programs in the country. During its 20 year history, the Gwinnett Innovation Park has been recognized as a top technology incubator and has been home to some 60 start-up companies that are estimated to have created more than a 1,000 new jobs in the Gwinnett county area. Information about the Gwinnett Innovation Park is available at http://www.gwinnettinnovationpark.com or send a message to info(at)gwinnettinnovationpark(dot)com.