Knowledge is power
Mental health issues will cost U.S. businesses an estimated $16 trillion in productivity losses over the next two decades, according to the World Health Organization.
Luckily, we’ll soon have an app for that.
A year after launching through The Iron Yard’s Digital Health Accelerator, Spartanburg-based Resiliency Technologies announced a $1 million in services investment from software analytics firm Elpis Labs, based in Raleigh, N.C.
In exchange for 15 percent in equity, the investment will build out Resiliency’s global and desktop platforms and bring the product to market 18 months ahead of schedule, according to CEO Robyn Hussa Farrell and COO Tim Farrell.
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