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Susan Shalhoub


Diversification: Just the right Rx

CEO (or equivalent): Bradley Waugh, CEO; Al Greer, president 2015 Revenue: $19,784,726 2013 Revenue: $3,232,321 Revenue growth: 512% LIFE WEAR TECHNOLOGIES has flourished in the decade-plus...

On track with more talent, territory

CEO (or equivalent): Nick Kishfy, founder and CEO 2015 Revenue: $7,327,943 2013 Revenue: $3,434,935 Revenue growth: 113% Founded in 2008 on the Barrington patio of CEO Nick...
NEXT-GENERATION SERVICE: The Beacon Mutual claims and information technology teams have created a tool that helps resolves medical claims faster and more accurately, largely by bypassing the human element. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

An automatically better approach

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Innovation is often the result of one theory being creatively applied as a solution to another kind of problem. Such is the case at...
IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME: Datarista founder and CEO Pat Sabatino, standing, has had no problem finding the right talent in Providence, including Dave Counts, senior front-end engineer for the cloud-based, data-management startup. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Proudly made in Rhode Island

TECHNOLOGY For now, Datarista founder and CEO Pat Sabatino is vice president of sales and operations, too. He's also the human resources department, and...
CEO (or equivalent): Mark D. CorreiaNumber of employees: 70

Preventure a testing ground for programs

A company that's in the business of showing clients how wellness results in happier, more productive workers sets a high bar for itself internally....
CEO (or equivalent): Ronald K. Machtley, presidentNumber of employees: 658

Bryant taps innovative sports clinic resources

With a campus gym, a subsidized Weight Watchers at Work program, health information tables and Lunch & Learn sessions focusing on mental health, Bryant...
ON A PATH WITH PURPOSE: From left, Richard Generazio, senior audit associate, Elysha Gerlach, tax associate, and Elizabeth Larose, tax associate, are seen in the offices of CBIZ Tofias in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Flat company base for quality employee experience

Let's say there are two islands. On one, a large accounting firm offering loads of valuable, higher-level experiences and challenges over time; on the...
SCIENCE OF SUCCESS: Engineer Carl Carlson is seen in the Quality Control Sample Management Lab at Amgen in West Greenwich. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Purposeful engagement around a noble cause

The West Greenwich offices of Amgen Inc. may have a more genuine core of employee satisfaction than other businesses, just based on what it...
MAKING CONNECTIONS: Jill Pfitzenmayer, left, vice president for the Initiative for Nonprofit Excellence at the Rhode Island Foundation, works with Stephanie V. Huckel, senior diversity and inclusion consultant at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, to help connect Blue Cross staffers with nonprofit service opportunities. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. Foundation a matchmaker

As the biggest funder of the state's nonprofits, the Rhode Island Foundation serves an important role – and has done so since 1916. Now,...
A NEW SURGICAL PATH: Raynham-based Medrobotics' flexible robotic surgical device, being demonstrated by mechanical engineer Ian Darisse, left, and biomedical engineer Rich Kuenzler, allows surgeons better access to body parts. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Flexible tool to boost recovery

Medrobotics Corp.'s accomplishment in developing the first flexible robotic device for surgery has been packed with a healthy dose of not only innovation, but...

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