World Class Scheduling and Project Management Technology Grabs Attention at the 2008 WBTshowcase
ARLINGTON, Texas, April 11, 2008 –- Stottler Henke Associates (www.stottlerhenke.com) was among the top technology innovators from across the nation and around the world presenting at the March 26-27 WBTshowcase in Arlington, Texas. Stottler Henke’s Aurora technology, which uses artificial intelligence technology to create more efficient project schedules, was rigorously screened and mentored by WBTshowcase commercialization experts to present to an audience including over 100 venture investors and Fortune 500 companies.
“Aurora’s scheduling engine has saved Boeing and NASA millions of dollars by generating highly efficient schedules for resource-constrained operations that are shorter than what is provided by current project management software,” says Richard Stottler, president of Stottler Henke.
The WBTshowcase (www.wbtshowcase.com), held March 24-25 in Arlington, Texas, is the nation’s premier event showcasing the largest collection of undiscovered technologies emanating from the world’s leading universities, labs and research institutions. The 2008 World’s Best Technologies Showcase brought together over 75 world-class deals and attracted over 450 attendees. According to Mr. Huleatt, approximately one third of past WBTshowcase presenters have gone on to secure venture capital or a licensing/strategic partnering agreement with a Fortune 1000 company. To date, past presenters have raised over $400 million in venture capital.
Founded in 1988, Stottler Henke Associates, Inc. applies artificial intelligence and other advanced software technologies to solve problems that defy solution using traditional approaches. The company delivers intelligent software solutions for education and training, planning and scheduling, knowledge management and discovery, decision support, and software development. Stottler Henke’s clients include manufacturers, retailers, educational media companies and government agencies. In 2006, Stottler Henke was the subject of a NASA “Hallmarks of Success” video profile for its work developing and later commercializing advanced planning and training software systems. Stottler Henke received a 2004 “Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning” award for innovative technology. For the past four consecutive years, Stottler Henke was named one of the “top 100” companies making a significant impact on the military training industry by Military Training Technology magazine, and in 2005 received a Blue Ribbon recognizing it as a company that leads the industry in innovation.
April 11, 2008