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The Pittsburgh Technology Council has more than 1,300 member companies throughout SWPA. We’ve got some of the most innovative tech ventures here in our backyard. We thought it would be most excellent to put a small spotlight on a handful of our members each and every week, so you can see the great diversity and talent that we have out there.  We encourage you to learn more about these technology companies:

iNTELOMED produces a novel medical device called CVInsight  that overcomes the limitations of current static vital signs in providing a more accurate global measure of cardiovascular health.

MetPlas, Inc. – MetPlas, Inc. is a contract manufacturer of custom components and assemblies for the medical device, mass rail transit, electrical and defense industries. Services provided include CNC machining, water jet cutting and mechanical assembly and testing. MetPlas is ISO 9001-2000 registered.

LaBarge, Inc., (Amex: LB) is a broad-based provider of electronics to technology-driven companies.

Moai Technologies, Inc., is a provider of technology-enabled sourcing solutions that allow global corporations and e-marketplaces to realize the maximum savings possible through e-sourcing.

Nuventive, LLC – Nuventive is a leading provider of solutions for assessing, managing and demonstrating continuous improvement in education.  Our enterprise suite of software solutions:  TracDat for enterprise assessment management, Insight for communicating institution wide initiatives, and iWebfolio for electronic portfolio solutions, equips individuals and organizations to better understand, assess, improve, and communicate educational quality.

Progressive Systems Consulting, Inc. – Progressive Systems Consulting, Inc. (PSCI), is an innovative, full-service information technology consulting firm specializing in software analysis, development, and support services. PSCI provides solutions in mainframe, mid-range, and client/server PC environments in business and industry. PSCI’s methodologies are in direct response to requests made by both clientele and staff during seven years of IT consulting experience.

Sharp Dudes LLC – Sharp Dudes is an architectural design and software development company specializing in providing custom solutions utilizing Microsoft technologies. By combining talented professionals with industry proven practices and designs, Sharp Dudes is able to offer scalable solutions that often exceed their clients’ needs. With great attention to design, Sharp Dudes is able to address those unforeseen issues that years of experience has taught them can and will happen.

SureLogic, Inc. – SureLogic is the software assurance company. SureLogic’s static code analysis platform enables developers to succinctly model the intent of their code, directly evaluate code to assess conformance with the model, and thereby assure the absence of critical classes of bugs. When flaws are found, they are pinpointed and specific repairs are suggested. By using SureLogic’s design intent language and inspection tools, developers can provide positive assurance of the mechanical stability on codesets of unlimited size.

Thermo Fisher Scientific – Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE: TMO) is headquartered in Waltham, Mass., and is the world leader in serving science, enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. With annual sales of more than $9 billion, we employ 30,000 people and serve over 350,000 customers within pharmaceutical and biotech companies, hospitals and clinical diagnostic labs, universities, research institutions and government agencies, as well as environmental and industrial process control settings.

Weiss Instrument LLC – Weiss Instrument is a representative for manufacturers of technically applied products and systems operating in seven mid-Atlantic and Midwest states. Our product lines include, process control instruments and automation systems, DCS, Infrared  pyrometers and Thermal Imagers, UPS, low and medium voltage power conditioning and voltage regulating equipment, and low and medium voltage VFDs.

Author: techburgher

Jonathan runs Visibility Initiatives at the Pittsburgh Technology Council. The Council is the nation’s largest IT trade association with 1,350 members. One of our platforms is to provide visibility to Pittsburgh tech companies and the industry in general.