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REWIRING EDUCATION: Bryant University’s Academic Innovation Center includes breakout rooms for study and project work that support group learning. Here, Catherine Emond, class of 2017, writes on a glass board with other members of her study group engaged as well. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY

Bryant’s Innovation Center is transforming teaching, learning

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | EDUCATION Bryant University’s visually striking Academic Innovation Center, which opened September 2016, is designed to shun passive learning and lengthy lecturing. Instead,...
CHARGED UP: PowerDocks has placed a 20-by-20-foot charging platform in Newport harbor. Using it with an eCraft boat are, from left, Rufus Van Gruisen, president of Cay Electronics Inc. and eCraft Yachts; Anthony Baro, managing partner of PowerDocks; and Chris Fagan, principal of PowerDocks. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

PowerDocks helps improve environmental footprint of marine industry

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT PowerDocks LLC, founded last year by Chris Fagan and Anthony Baro and located in Newport and Fall River,...
NETWORKED CARE: Rhode Island Quality Institute’s CurrentCare and its new Care Management Dashboard help patients and providers make more informed and timely decisions. From left: Michael Dwyer, director of risk management and compliance; Laura Adams, CEO and president; Faye Howard, director of operations. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Opioid crisis shines light on value of RIQI’s work

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | HEALTH CARE An emergency room patient often arrives with a blank medical slate. Most people aren’t in any condition to give a...
QUICK AND COMPLETE: Envision Technology Advisors’ new Business Continuity Solutions Accelerator is a disaster-recovery program that the IT consultant delivers to clients within 30 business days. Amongst company employees is senior designer Sarah O’Donnell. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Envision’s fast-acting disaster-plan program keeps companies humming

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | IT SERVICES Sometimes innovation comes at the behest of outside forces. Take, for instance, Envision Technology Advisors’ latest offering: the Business Continuity Solutions...
SMALL PRODUCT, big LEAP: Rich Grundy, right, president of AVTECH Software, talks about the company’s new Active Power Sensor with Marketing Manager Russel Benoit, left, and company founder and CEO Michael Sigourney, middle. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

New sensor technology boosts, expands AVTECH capabilities

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | MANUFACTURING Checking the power status of multiple servers in a data center is an information technology department nightmare. It’s a time-consuming and...
A SIMPLE SOLUTION: Mobile Beacon staffers, from right, Lauren Yergeau, Cristina Graham and Rick Lindholm talk with Kate Aubin at the Providence Public Library about helping library patrons gain internet access through mobile devices the nonprofit supplies. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Mobile Beacon technology empowers nonprofits, those in poverty

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | NONPROFIT Since its founding by Executive Director Katherine Messier in 2010, nonprofit Mobile Beacon has extended low-cost, high-speed mobile, internet-access service to...
IN TOUCH: Citrin Cooperman’s cybersecurity services connect with clients’ operations and generate solutions, thanks in no small measure to strong communications. Pictured speaking with Director Matt Wagenknecht remotely via Skype are, from left: Suzanne Miller, principal; Michael Camacho, partner; and Kevin Ricci, director. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Citrin Cooperman IDs cyber-risks, customizes solutions

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | PROFESSIONAL SERVICES As a cybersecurity watchdog for its clients, Citrin Cooperman has earned its success. The firm’s technology and risk- advisory consulting practice,...
PLAY BALL! Ilya Reikhrud of Gulpfish, standing, conducts a management- training session with employees of Arooga’s Grill House & Sports Bar in Warwick.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Gulpfish’s artificial intelligence streamlines job application process

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | TECHNOLOGY Matching qualified job applicants with hiring employers can be tedious and inefficient. “Ninety-five to 98 percent of applicants drop off of online...

PBN’s 2017 Fastest-Growing & Innovative Companies feted

WARWICK – Builders, makers of maternal supplements, home loan providers, a nonprofit that supplies inexpensive mobile internet access and digitally-supercharged employment services were among...
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