April 3, 2015

CNN reports on iTraq

iTraq came to the attention of CNN. Article topic is "How tracking devices are keeping Alzheimer's patients safe",  published March 31 by CNN. You can read the original here. «When someone with Alzheimer's wanders off, it's different from a child or a hiker who goes missing. People with Alzheimer's don't necessarily want to be found. They won't respond to their name being called, and they'll hide anywhere, from dense woods to locked closets. New tracking technology is helping to make it easier to find those who go missing -- but it's still not perfect.

March 17, 2015

First Line Software and the Internet of Things (IoT) or What is the Internet o...

With the instantaneous speed of the world wide web we find ourselves in a world where millions of network aware devices that were never interconnected before, now are increasing by the tens of billions and begin to form different ecosystems. It can be clearly seen that this Internet of Things (IoT) has become a reality and is touching more individuals, devices, and systems than ever before.

March 1, 2015

First Line Software and GeoTraq Inc.: Collaboration from concept to consumer p...

A couple of weeks ago Seattle-based start-up iTraq™, a First Line Software (First Line Software) sponsored company, launched its first consumer product – a Location tracker, based on the G-100 GSM Transceiver by GeoTraq Inc. (OTC:GTRQ)

Feb. 16, 2015

Is documented Agile software an oxymoron?

“Working software over comprehensive documentation” - Agile Manifesto Nowadays Agile is a widely used software development practice.

Oct. 16, 2014

First Line Software Profiled in Gartner Market Guide Report

First Line Software, a global software boutique, was highlighted as Representative Vendor in Gartner’s first-ever Market Guide for Marketing Technology Integrators published in August 2014.

Oct. 10, 2014

Cultivating Competitive Capacity with Salesforce1

Today’s marketplace is fierce, and competitors are innovating faster than ever before. The cost of innovation from a technological perspective has dropped dramatically over the past few years.

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