PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 27, 2015 — FVM, a full-service B2B marketing agency in metro-Philadelphia, has added Proscia, a medical technology start-up to its growing roster of clients.
The agency has been engaged to take on branding, messaging and web design for the digital pathology solutions provider as it goes to market with its first-generation cloud-based software platform dedicated to organizing the world’s pathology information.
“Proscia have the computing platform that can revolutionize pathology,” says FVM Executive VP, Jon Cohen. “The company has a big story to tell, including an array of technical features and specific benefits for different audiences. We’re excited to amplify Proscia’s gamechanging vision through a clear messaging strategy, brand positioning and web design.”
Proscia is the latest technology software and services client to partner with FVM, joining recent additions Archer Investment Management Solutions, Arraya Solutions, and ESOP Economics.
Founded in 2014 by technologists from Johns Hopkins, the Moffitt Cancer Center, The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Stanford University, and the University of Pittsburgh, Proscia is a cloud-delivered solutions provider for digital pathology.
Proscia’s main focus area is fighting cancer. The company’s vision is to bring computer intelligence to pathology—to organize the world’s pathology information and put it to use fighting cancer. Proscia’s cloud-based platform creates new avenues of collaboration between the world’s clinicians and researchers, enabling quicker analysis, better treatments, and new hope for the cure.
Established in 1987, FVM is a fully-service B2B agency in metro Philadelphia, specializing in software, IT services, specialty chemicals, manufacturing and education. FVM provides services to local, national and global clients such as UNIVAR, Archer Investment Management Solutions, Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and Philadelphia Gear. www.ThinkFVM.com.
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