Anders Launches Business Analytics Solution in Partnership with Data Analytics Firm Onebridge | Business

“Our clients want to maximize the value of their data by extracting actionable insights that create a competitive advantage. Our partnership with Anders combines our technical capability with their business and financial expertise to generate powerful answers that can really impact their business performance,” said Onebridge COO Scott Morgan. “We are very excited to partner with Anders to deliver this joint solution and create even more value for our clients.”

The Business Analytics solution aligns with the firm’s strategic growth plans within the Advisory practice and supports the goal of being a comprehensive partner for businesses. Anders currently advises clients in the areas of business analytics, technology, talent, forensics and litigation, outsourced accounting and outsourced CFO and will continue to grow these areas and add new opportunities that fit into the firm’s commitment to strategic growth.

Learn more about Anders Business Analytics offerings.

For over 55 years, Anders has delivered

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Voyce Announces Language Interpretation App Availability in Epic App Orchard Marketplace | Business

SUNRISE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 26, 2021–

Voyce today announced the integration and availability of the Voyce app with Epic, enabling access to the same live, remote language interpretation services Voyce provides to thousands of healthcare providers and patients nationwide. Available in the Epic App Orchard, the Voyce app is now ready to help provide an interpretation solution to hospitals, health systems, and providers that use Epic, ensuring language is not a barrier to care.

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Making the Voyce app available in the Epic App Orchard gives medical staff on-demand access to language interpreters and makes way for a fundamental shift in how they communicate with patients when the same primary language is not spoken by both parties. The functionality of the session being documented into the EHR means the non-English speaking patient’s language interpretation history is automatically recorded without additional

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Greenwood Chamber Of Commerce Announces Women’s Business Center Coming To Greenwood

A women’s business center is coming to Greenwood.

It will be operated by the U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce with the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce — to invest in women business owners.

The Greenwood Chamber of Commerce said the goal of the women’s business center is to help increase opportunities for African American and minority women.

“This is something we have not had for women in this city, in this state, ever,” said Freeman Culver.

Freeman Culver the Greenwood Chamber President said this will be the Small Business Administration’s newest women’s business center.

“The model works. This is the 138th center that’s been established in America every single one of them got great results — this will be no different,” said Culver.

One-on-one counseling, mentorship, workshops and technical assistance will be available to women entrepreneurs.

The center comes after President Biden’s visit to Tulsa when he made a commitment to

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Sony Raises Forecast as Sales Hold up Amid COVID Damage | Business News

By YURI KAGEYAMA, AP Business Writer

TOKYO (AP) — Sony reported Thursday that its profit fell 54% in the last quarter, mainly due to a one-time tax-related gain that inflated last year’s number.

The Japanese electronics and entertainment company managed to maintain results despite the coronavirus pandemic, reporting a 13% rise in quarterly sales.

Tokyo-based Sony Corp.’s July-September profit totaled 213.1 billion yen ($2.4 billion), down from 458.6 billion yen the previous year. Quarterly sales climbed to 2.37 trillion yen ($21 billion).

Sony raised its profit forecast for the fiscal year through March 2022, to 730 billion yen ($6.4 billion), from an earlier 700 billion yen ($6.2 billion).

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Sony, which makes PlayStation game consoles, has suffered from a chip shortage because of the effects of COVID-19 infections in southeast Asia, as have other manufacturers around the world.

But its sprawling business, which includes TVs, digital cameras, movies and

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