From dozens of inspiring stories of data visionaries around the world, four finalists have emerged. Now it’s up to you to pick a winner. Vote now for your favorite data-driven story.

 

Will it be Cerner, the healthcare technology company that is building healthier communities? Cerner drives innovation in the health care industry, leveraging platforms and applications that empower organizations to better know, manage, and engage with patients. Solutions like the Cerner Patient Observer, which allows technicians to monitor multiple patient rooms from a central station, preventing dangerous falls, and Cerner’s St. John Sepsis Agent, which uses evidence-based algorithms to recognize potentially septic patterns and allow early intervention for at-risk patients.

 

Safelite, the autoglass specialists who make getting your windshield fixed easy? Safelite is the largest auto glass specialists in the United States, serving more than 6 million customers every year. Safelite is focused on making it easier than ever for its customers to book repairs and track the arrival of their service technicians through phone, web, and mobile technologies.

 

Solis Mammography, the largest mammography provider in the US, who is changing lives through the early detection of breast cancer? The largest independent provider of breast imaging services in the United States, Solis Mammography is saving lives with data. Solis is on a mission to help patients overcome the anxiety that comes with getting a mammogram by providing an exceptional experience, exceptionally accurate results, and peace of mind. Only 53% of women in the US regularly get mammograms, but 76% of Solis patients return within 18 months.

 

Or TechnologyOne, the Australian software company that is transforming business by harnessing the power of the cloud? TechnologyOne, Australia’s largest enterprise software company, is changing the way that organizations do business. With a pioneering cloud strategy, TechnologyOne is helping customers to move faster and focus on their core business—instead of managing technology.

 

Don’t wait to vote. Voting will be open until September 21, 2017. The winner will be announced at NetApp Insight Last Vegas, October 2-5, 2017.

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Debbie Ryan

As Sr. Customer Reference Manager for NetApp, Debbie engages regularly with NetApp customers to develop platforms that amplify their voice; share their inspiring stories and demonstrate how they are changing the world with data. Prior to NetApp, Debbie held similar roles at Citrix, Hyperion, Interwoven and Oracle.