EDC’s Rotation Manager takes home the Prize At this Year’s FAU 2015 Business Plan Competition
BOCA RATON, Fla. (May 1, 2015) – Enterprise Development Corporation is proud to announce that Rotation Manager, one of its mentored companies, won First Place for the entrepreneur track at this year’s FAU Business Plan Competition.
Miami based Rotation Manager is all about helping nursing students schedule their time as part of their degree. Students in nursing and allied health programs perform clinical rotations in hospitals and Rotation Manager makes clinical rotations easy and compliant by bringing students, hospitals and colleges into one unified platform. Schools cut down on operational costs, hospitals increase compliance for Medicaid reimbursements, and students are provided with a portfolio to manage their clinical experience.
“EDC has been foundational to Rotation Manager, providing our startup with the mentoring, office space and access to capital necessary to succeed. We are deeply appreciative of the help and direction from Rob Strandberg and his team.” Max Cacchione, President and CEO, Rotation Manager.
“Max has, in a very short period, established Rotation Manager as the leader in a unserved space. Congrats to Max and his team!” Robert Strandberg, President and CEO of Enterprise Development Corporation of South Florida.
“The competition was “fierce” this year Rotation Manager competed amongst the best south FL has to offer. He beat the second place team by one point. I am looking forward to great success for Max’s start up in helping our nurses, hospitals and universities!” Kimberly Gramm, Associate Vice President FAU Tech Runway.
Prizes include $13,500 cash and the rest in in-kind prizes, including an allowance to make a video with customers, legal services from Gunster, accounting services from BDO, software services from Aplicor, and hosting services from host.net.
About Enterprise Development Corporation
Enterprise Development Corporation provides advisory services to help position entrepreneurs, investors, and partners for success and in doing so helps grow South Florida’s start-up ecosystem. For start-ups, the EDC provides mentorship, strategic development, assistance and management of incubator programs, and customized services. Since 1994, it has helped more than 300 companies per year, and its total economic impact in South Florida has exceeded $500 million. For more information, visit www.edc-tech.org.
About Rotation Manager
Rotation Manager makes clinical rotations easy and compliant for nursing and allied health students, by providing a one-stop turnkey solution connecting hospitals, schools and students under one online platform. For more information, visit www.rotationmanager.com.