InspireHUB Technologies Announced as Winner in Innovation in 2018 Business Excellence Awards

WINDSOR, Ontario, April 18, 2018 /CNW/ -- InspireHUB Technologies (inspirehub.com) has been named the Innovation Winner in the 2018 Business Excellence Award sponsored by the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce, recognizing their pioneering work with the IHUBApp.  The IHUBApp helps organizations collaborate, communicate and measure engagement in one easy-to-use hub. InspireHUB was one of the first companies to use the leading-edge Progressive Web App Technology introduced by Google that is now being adopted by many of the largest companies in the world. PWAs allow users to engage app technology via a mobile browser URL without having to go to an app store.

 

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Post Traumatic Stress Injury sufferers helped by Global PTSI Foundation's Progressive Web App with InspireHUB Technologies

Dallas, Texas, June 29, 2017 – The Global PTSI Foundation (Global) is putting a mobile app to work to support its mission assisting people suffering with Post Traumatic Stress Injuries (PTSI).

Global was created to support the novel use of stellate ganglion blocks (SGB) to treat patients with PTSI, and to promote research and medical publications of SGB applications for PTSI.  Lead by Chairman Richard Cantwell (LTC Ret), Global is now putting technology to work to amplify the good. Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Eugene Lipov, who “discovered” the treatment for post-traumatic stress suffers, has inspired more than 4,000 treatments to date, including hundreds of treatments delivered by Dr. Lipov himself, funded by the Foundation.

 

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