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7Factor Software Makes Big Impacts for High School Software Intern

Ashvin Ramanathan, a 17-year-old high school student, is the latest up and coming talent to intern at 7Factor Software. During his time with us, he’s crafted his skills and developed his passion for software by working under the wings of 7Factor engineers. A senior at Centennial High School, Ashvin’s drive and dedication landed him a…
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Clutch Names 7Factor Software One of Georgia’s Top B2B Companies

Leading B2B market research firm, Clutch, recently released a list of the top-performing B2B companies in Georgia. And guess who’s on the list? The 150 Leaders Award winners represent the highest-ranking, top B2B companies in their fields. According to Clutch, in order to select winners, they look “into a company’s industry expertise and ability to…
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7Factor Software Named One of Atlanta’s Best Places to Work

Awards for our work are great. While we don’t necessarily actively chase them, being recognized for the high-quality work our talented team does is always nice. However, we’re exceedingly proud of our most recent recognition — being included in Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2020 list of the Best Places to Work. When our fearless founder, Jeremy…
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7Factor Named One of Atlanta Inno’s “50 on Fire” 

Every year, Atlanta Inno’s “50 on Fire” list celebrates 50 technology startups that are crushing it in Atlanta. As one of the premiere publications covering local technology, startups, and innovation, they have a pretty good perspective on the matter.   This year, they’ve included 7Factor on their list. It’s official: we’re on fire.  (No really, this fire is…
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Programming in a Pan(dem)ic: The Promises and Perils for Healthcare IT

A Public Health Crisis Accelerates Digital Transformation This won’t be the first time you’ve read that the digital transformation of healthcare is accelerating because of the coronavirus pandemic, but let’s briefly review. Many healthcare IT trends that were expected to play out over the next few years have been compressed into a few months—even a…
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Meet Atlanta Inno’s 50 on Fire

2020 has presented an abundance of challenges. If you’re a startup or an entrepreneur grinding it out, we see you. And we want to celebrate you. For the second year in a row, we’re announcing the 50 people and companies that are crushing it in Atlanta. Over the next few weeks, we’ll spotlight a few…
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Atlanta Business Chronicle announces 2020 Best Places To Work finalists

Atlanta Business Chronicle has just announced the names of Atlanta's Best Places To Work for 2020. This year's Healthiest Employers Awards will be combined with the Best Places to Work Awards at a virtual event on Sept. 24 (learn more here). Rankings will be announced at the event.

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I’m Sick of Being a Woman in Tech

By Chelsea Green I’m tired of being “smart for a girl”, or “successful for a woman”. I find it maddening that people are constantly reminding me that I’m a minority in my field of work. This topic, although meant to celebrate and encourage women, fills me with anxiety. Is my gender more important than my…
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Slowing Things Down in a ‘Hurry-Up’ Situation

By Jeremy Duvall With COVID-19 upending everyone’s “normal”, engineering teams are operating at one of two speeds: indefinite on-hold or ludicrous speed. I get it. Hospitals are scaling-up to handle patient overflow. Universities, colleges, and schools are going 100 percent online learning. Public health officials are hurrying to track the disease while coordinating testing, quarantines,…
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