Sixty-eight emerging companies in sectors as varied as data
analytics, medical devices and software have applied to meet with major
companies that will take part in the inaugural Wisconsin Tech Summit. The April
7 event at the GE Healthcare Institute in Waukesha will feature a “speed
dating” format through which selected companies will meet with representatives
of 14 major companies: American Family Insurance,
Aurora Healthcare, AT&T, Faith Technologies, GE Healthcare, HP Enterprise
Services, IBM, Intel, Johnson Controls, Kraft Foods, Plexus, Runzheimer
International, Rockwell Automation and TASC (Total Administrative Services
Corp). The latest addition to the major company list is Intel, which has
investments in a number of emerging companies.