Sync.MD patented technology enables individuals to securely store their complete and current health records on...
Upstate South Carolina is home to global leaders in the development and application of cutting-edge technologies including Michelin, BMW, GE Power, Fluor, Milliken and Fuji.
More than $15 billion in capital investment and more than 43,000 jobs have been announced in the Upstate since 2010. And in 2017, the region accounted for approximately 38% of the state’s new capital investment and 34% of its new job announcements.
The Upstate workforce numbers more than 682,000 and includes a high concentration of architectural and engineering talent, mechatronic specialists, team assemblers and metal workers, and machinists and fabricators that support the area’s top industries.
Spartanburg has done it again. This time, Hub City has been named one of the country’s most affordable cities by GoodHire, a background-screening software company.
A family practitioner and director of a large medical group, Dr. Paul Buehrens, MD has worked with Sync.MD for the past seven years as the company developed a mobile app that allows patients to request, store and share their personal health records from their smartphones.
Are you tired of the same old social media? Isn’t it time to adopt something closer to how we interact as a society? Jeff Gentile of Greenville thinks so and he’s doing something about it with his new app, Grollow.
Anderson-based Sync.MD is among a growing number of technology companies that are locating in the Upstate, bringing high-tech, good paying jobs to the region, according to the head of Upstate SC Alliance.
Interim HealthCare’s award-winning workplace offers a flexible work environment that adapts to employees’ lives and allows the home health care provider to take care of more patients.
Manufacturing professionals in South Carolina are hopeful that as plastics become stronger and capable of handling more, its mounting use in the ground-up construction of an aircraft will continue to make them lighter, more fuel efficient and much cheaper.
Collaborative robots are being used on the industrial floor for a wide range of duties in auto manufacturing and in the food and beverage industry. Read more from Livin’ Upstate partner, South Carolina Manufacturing.