2017: Our Favorite NJ Tech Photos, Part Two
The NJ tech community held hundreds of meetings. meetups, and tech talks during 2017 and NJTechWeekly.com attended many of them. We also went to numerous open houses, product launches, and ribbon cuttings. And we took photos. Lots and lots of photos. As we looked back on 2017, some of the photos stood out. We either caught panelists in the moment, or we witnessed intense networking at an event, or we were in awe of some great architecture in a building we were visiting. The photos here are not necessarily representative of the year, but they are some of the most interesting photos we took. This is part two of our photo essay.
iEnterprises Alexa-based iCRM Product Makes Interacting with a CRM Smarter
Chatham-based iEnterprises ? founded by John Carini, who is the company CEO as well as one of the organizers of the Morris Tech Meetup ? has added a voice chat-box AI component to its iEnterprise CRM product (iCRM). This customer relationship management (CRM) feature, aimed at Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies, uses voice interaction through Amazon’s Alexa platform.
2017: Our Favorite NJ Tech Photos Part One
The NJ tech community held hundreds of meetings and tech talks during 2017 and NJTechWeekly.com visited many of them. And we took photos. Lots and lots of photos. As we looked back on 2017, some of the photos stood out as interesting in some way. We either caught panelists in the act of being themselves, or we witnessed intense networking at an event, or we were in awe of some great architecture in a building we were visiting. The photos here are not representative of the year, but they are some of the best photos we took.
Smiga to Murphy: 9 Ideas for a Brand New Jersey
Job creators in New Jersey look forward to your leadership in 2018. At Brand New J, we’ve gathered the creators of over 200,000 middle-class jobs to work together with your team to reinvent New Jersey. We recognize that we chose New Jersey for its advantages (as you did) as the best place to grow our companies, teams and families. But these advantages are endangered by a growing exodus of brains, capital, leadership, talent and company builders.
Casabona to Murphy: Revive State Commission on Science & Technology
My humble advice to you, Governor-Elect Murphy, is to either resurrect (according to your vision) the Commission on Science & Technology with redefined goals, OR create a new entity that reports directly to the governor’s office. In either case, it should provide guidance, feedback and direction regarding science and technology, and have the goal of encouraging/promoting the small business and tech startup community.