Business Solutions – Marketoloji http://www.marketoloji.com/ Fri, 02 Jul 2021 09:54:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 http://www.marketoloji.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1-150x150.png Business Solutions – Marketoloji http://www.marketoloji.com/ 32 32 After COVID-19 pandemic delay, Facet Technologies opens new building http://www.marketoloji.com/after-covid-19-pandemic-delay-facet-technologies-opens-new-building/ http://www.marketoloji.com/after-covid-19-pandemic-delay-facet-technologies-opens-new-building/#respond Fri, 02 Jul 2021 09:19:13 +0000 http://www.marketoloji.com/after-covid-19-pandemic-delay-facet-technologies-opens-new-building/ Brian Ford started his business with a dream, a kitchen table and computer parts. When he assembled his first computer as a Bradley University graduate student, using his apartment’s kitchen table as an office, Ford thought that if he could sell 300 computers a year, he would be rich. the Faceted technologies founder can now […]]]>

Brian Ford started his business with a dream, a kitchen table and computer parts.

When he assembled his first computer as a Bradley University graduate student, using his apartment’s kitchen table as an office, Ford thought that if he could sell 300 computers a year, he would be rich.

the Faceted technologies founder can now laugh at this old dream. He didn’t just build that first computer; he built a business. Today, Facet works with more than 5,000 companies from Seattle to central Illinois, a leap from selling 300 computers per year.

Facet Technologies has also gone from Ford’s kitchen table serving as the company’s office to a basement he himself dug under his home in Peoria. It was Facet’s No. 2 headquarters.

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Wooster and Holmes groups get solutions from College of Wooster students http://www.marketoloji.com/wooster-and-holmes-groups-get-solutions-from-college-of-wooster-students/ http://www.marketoloji.com/wooster-and-holmes-groups-get-solutions-from-college-of-wooster-students/#respond Fri, 02 Jul 2021 07:13:17 +0000 http://www.marketoloji.com/wooster-and-holmes-groups-get-solutions-from-college-of-wooster-students/ WOOSTER After a distance learning program last summer, students in the Applied Methods and Research Experience program at Wooster College were able to present their research in person this summer with results that offer solutions for some local organizations. The eight-week summer research program “provides consultancy services to businesses, the public sector and non-profit organizations,” […]]]>

WOOSTER After a distance learning program last summer, students in the Applied Methods and Research Experience program at Wooster College were able to present their research in person this summer with results that offer solutions for some local organizations.

The eight-week summer research program “provides consultancy services to businesses, the public sector and non-profit organizations,” according to the program’s 2020 annual report.

John Ramsay, professor emeritus at the College of Wooster and now co-director of AMRE, started the program 28 years ago with six students and two clients. Ramsay hoped to teach math and computer students how to apply these skills in real-life situations, said Vikki Briggs, AMRE program co-director.

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“This is the ultimate community engagement,” Ramsay said. “We work with businesses and non-profit organizations, [it] really provides a context for this stuff.

AMRE students work in teams on themes for companies

Over 400 students have participated in the program with around 185 projects completed since its inception, some students from Ashesi University, a private non-profit university in Ghana.

Hephzibah Emereole is a senior at Ashei University in Ghana studying computer science.  She participated virtually in this year's AMRE program, although she would have preferred to be in College of Wooster.

Having grown in recent years, around 30 students are chosen to participate each summer and typically work in teams of two to four students, researching topics for a variety of business clients.

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“Some years we have a lot of community projects that maybe have overlapping interests, or people who are interested in a lot of them,” Briggs said. “We had one a few years ago that… addressed issues like the benefits class, low income housing and homelessness in Wayne County, as well as a workforce project. for Wayne County.

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