Gannon University Students Present to MyAppointment.org
Posted: May 1, 2014
Students in Gannon University's Business Policy course will
present their semester-long project to the owners and operators of
MyAppointment.org and the company's mentor team on Friday, May 2.
The presentation will take place in the Pietraszek Room of the
Waldron Campus Center from 9 to 10 a.m.
During the Spring 2014 semester, students in Assistant Professor
Bruce Kibler, Ph.D.'s Business Policy class and the Marketing Management class taught by adjunct lecturer and Erie Technology
Incubator Executive Director Jeff Parnell have been working closely
with MyAppointment.org, one of the Erie Technology Incubator's
clients, to identify industry competitors and market
MyAppointment.org. is an easy-to-use, cost-effective,
proprietary software that allows wellness facilities to schedule
both internal and external inoculation programs more efficiently.
It also enables private medical practitioners to reduce their
patient intake costs, reduce the number of costly no-shows and
provide a better patient experience.MyAppointment.org offers appointment management solutions to wellness
facilities, medical practices and non-medical businesses.
The Erie Technology Incubator (ETI) was established by Gannon University to
encourage investment and create knowledge-based jobs for the northwestern Pennsylvania Region. The Erie
Technology Incubator facilitates the development of advanced
technology industries in the Erie region by providing mentoring and
support for entrepreneurs.