Station Check named by Plain Dealer’s Tech Czar as “startup to watch”

An excerpt from the Plain Dealer business page – Sunday February 19:

First-Responder Tech. An Akron-based tech company is creating engaging software that allows fire, police and EMS first responders to inspect and quickly repair their equipment before answering their next call.

StationCheck was launched in 2010 when entrepreneur Marling Engle had a client seeking a software platform that would allow them to create checklists at a fire station. Engle was fascinated by the technology and took it to two additional investors, Tony Crisalli and Fred DiSanto, who vetted the tech and found it had immense potential. Crisalli eventually introduced the concept to Brian Sroub, an experienced tech executive in the Silicon Valley, who quickly became the company’s president in 2016.

See the rest of the article here: http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2017/02/stationcheck_mosaic_junction_i_1.html

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