The Chief Executive Officer of Quisitive Technology Solutions (QUISF) is Buying Shares

Noble Horvath

Today, the Chief Executive Officer of Quisitive Technology Solutions (QUISF), Michael Robert Reinhart, bought shares of QUISF for $3,200.

See today’s analyst top recommended stocks >>

Based on Quisitive Technology Solutions’ latest earnings report for the quarter ending June 30, the company posted quarterly revenue of $13.13 million and GAAP net loss of -$5,825,000. In comparison, last year the company earned revenue of $4.08 million and had a GAAP net loss of $1.82 million. Currently, Quisitive Technology Solutions has an average volume of 15.26K.

Starting in November 2019, QUISF received 14 Buy ratings in a row.

The insider sentiment on Quisitive Technology Solutions has been positive according to 18 insider trades in the past three months. This sentiment is slightly higher than the average sentiment of company insiders in this sector.

Company insider trades are published daily on the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission). DailyInsider’s proprietary algorithm analyzes

Read More

Two Brazos Valley business owners aim to fight COVID-19 with new technology

Noble Horvath

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -Two Brazos Valley business owners have teamed up in the fight against COVID-19 by using a new type of technology.

A personal experience with the coronavirus inspired William Foster III to find an innovative way to combat the virus.

“My son in California caught the virus, him and his wife, and I was determined to find some way to prevent that,” said Foster.

Foster then teamed up with ProHealth 2020, located in College Station, to bring the walk-through sanitizing machine to the area.

In order for the machine to disinfect the body, it dispenses a germ-killing mist called Zoono. The disinfectant is said to be able to kill hundreds of germs, viruses, and bacteria.

Dan Quinn, one of the founders of ProHealth 2020, said the technology-based solution can kill germs including COVID-19 on surfaces for 30 days or more, and on the skin for 24 hours.


Read More

Penn State lays off 30 Information Technology employees in move sources label a surprise

Noble Horvath

Penn State recently laid off 30 Information Technology employees in a move that took many by surprise, according to several sources and the university.


Load Error

A university spokesperson confirmed Thursday morning that 31 positions were eliminated but 30 employees were laid off because one affected employee moved into another open position. Three sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak, characterized the layoffs as sudden and unexpected.

Sources said the layoffs occurred Sept. 30 and/or Oct. 1, the same day Donald J. Welch permanently took over as the vice president for Information Technology and chief information officer. Welch, who previously served as the interim IT VP/CIO, acknowledged in an email he was involved in the layoffs and said “reduction planning” started in the spring.

A university spokesperson issued a written statement Thursday morning in response to an inquiry from the Centre Daily

Read More

New OSBI technology could provide new leads, information for cold cases

Noble Horvath

ALTUS, Okla. (TNN) – New OSBI technology could provide answers to many cold cases around the state.

A family learned about this as they visited Kenneth Young's gravesite, a cold case from 2012

© Provided by Wichita Falls & Lawton KSWO-TV
A family learned about this as they visited Kenneth Young’s gravesite, a cold case from 2012

One family still hoping for justice learned their loved one killed in 2012 will be the first case this is used on.

8 years ago, Kenneth Young was shot and killed outside the Dew Drop Inn in Lawton.

His sister said since then, it’s been a war every day for his family.

“We’ve been with each other since birth. That was my best friend. Since he’s been gone, it kind of tore me apart,” said Shaquita Young, Kenneth’s sister.

Lawton Police said at the scene of the shooting in 2012, 25 shell casings were found.

Those casings will be examined through this new OSBI technology.

“OSBI has obtained

Read More

Reviewing OneConnect Financial Technology (OCFT) and Its Competitors

Noble Horvath

OneConnect Financial Technology (NYSE: OCFT) is one of 71 public companies in the “Computer programming, data processing, & other computer related” industry, but how does it compare to its peers? We will compare OneConnect Financial Technology to similar businesses based on the strength of its earnings, valuation, institutional ownership, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability and risk.


This table compares OneConnect Financial Technology and its peers’ net margins, return on equity and return on assets.

Net Margins Return on Equity Return on Assets
OneConnect Financial Technology N/A N/A N/A
OneConnect Financial Technology Competitors -12.63% -59.35% -6.74%

Insider and Institutional Ownership

9.2% of OneConnect Financial Technology shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 51.3% of shares of all “Computer programming, data processing, & other computer related” companies are held by institutional investors. 15.2% of shares of all “Computer programming, data processing, & other computer related” companies are held by insiders. Strong institutional

Read More

PCGS Embeds NFC Technology in Coin and Bank Note Holders

Noble Horvath


PCGS-graded coin and banknote holders now feature an NFC symbol on the obverse of the label. Coin holders also feature this symbol on the front bottom left of the holder. (Image courtesy of Professional Coin Grading Service)

Professional Coin Grading Service will begin embedding Near Field Communication (NFC) technology in all its encapsulated coins, medals, tokens, and banknotes in October 2020, the company announced in an Oct. 1 press release. This revolutionary advancement launches after an initial limited rollout earlier this year with coins graded in PCGS Gold Shield holders to test compatibility and user response, both of which were overwhelmingly positive.

“PCGS is the industry leader in fighting counterfeiting,” says PCGS President Brett Charville. “PCGS has always been ahead of the curve in the numismatic industry regarding technology, and the inclusion of NFC technology is just the latest way we can stay one step ahead of counterfeiters and ensure

Read More

Smart Home Technology For a New Era

Noble Horvath

Reading Time: 4 minutes

By Anne-Frances Hutchinson

Our living environments have long been shaped in response to the aftermath of disease. From the bubonic plague, cholera, tuberculosis and influenza to Ebola, MERS, and H1N1, we have continually reimagined the built environment and made changes to keep us safer, healthier, and better prepared to survive whatever inevitable shockwave will come next. COVID-19 is the world’s latest design accelerator, pushing our relationship with technology into new realms.

We are already seeing shifts in the U.S. real estate market. The demand for the open concept home is on the wane, in favor of houses that can be partitioned for different needs: a pantry becomes an office; the sofa is for networking, team building, and naps; and the open concept congregate style that has dominated new home designs in recent years is declining in popularity as buyers look for more traditional layouts that encourage

Read More

Sustaining your cloud technology in a virtual world

Noble Horvath

Reading Time: 4 minutes

By Martin Marchetti, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP & Greg Ruebusch, Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP

With the onset of COVID-19, technology and business leaders have been faced with unforeseen operational, technical, and workforce challenges that have negatively impacted their ability to provide the same level of HR application support and employee experience. The scale to which organizations were forced to shift operations to fully virtual models was unprecedented—having to mandate work-from-home (WFH) policies in some cases literally overnight.

These workplace shifts have placed enormous pressures on the teams responsible for running and maintaining the critical technologies organizations rely on to effectively manage their workforce during this pandemic. Having a well-defined support structure across people, process, and technology is critical. During a pandemic, it is imperative to have the right operational support model—and backup plan—in place as business continuity is key to successfully navigating the unchartered

Read More

Global Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market

Noble Horvath

Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market

New York, United States – The Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market has developed swiftly in recent years and has made a significant contribution to the global financial situation in terms of growth rate, market share, and sales generation. The report titled “Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market Report” is an analytical study that presents a comprehensive explanation of the industry along with information on significant aspects of the market. This covers market demands, major market players, profitable trading tactics, and a futuristic outlook.

The report includes changes in Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service market dynamics and demand patterns associated with the current COVID-19 pandemic. The report gives an in-depth analysis of the growth prospects, business area, and futuristic scope based on the impact of COVID-19 on the overall growth of the industry. The study report

Read More

How Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Creates A New Generation Of Tech Champions

Noble Horvath

Throughout the COVID-19 pan- demic, the government of Saudi Arabia, like any other government around the world, has had to move quickly and substantively with its stimulus packages for businesses to get through this crisis. However, in addition to that, the government of Saudi Arabia has not allowed the crisis to pause or slow down its ongoing and ambitious plans for boosting the Kingdom’s economy. According to Dr. Ahmed H. Altheneyan, Deputy Minister for Digital Capacities for the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) of Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom’s ambitious social transformation projects are aimed at driving diversification across its economy, “with the government today acting as more of an enabler and facilitator through its policies and regulations, as well as funding.”

a view of a city

© Shutterstock

He explains that the drivers of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 are 13 nationwide programs, the most critical of which is the National Transformation Program, which

Read More