Clients

Mimeya has worked with a diverse group of companies, of varying sizes, across multiple verticals. To the right you will see a list of companies, click on the images to learn more about each.

Mimeya provided the Medical Center for Clinical Research (MCCR) with it's very first website in 2008. With its roots in women's health, MCCR has studied treatments developed for a wide variety of women's health indications as well as numerous treatments for conditions affecting both men and women.

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True to our desire to work on interesting entrepreneurial projects, Mimeya co-founded Gammabasics along with Mike Kijewski. The main product of Gammabasics is a radiation visibility and sheilding software package called GrayCAD.

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Mimeya proudly counts MPRI among its clients. MPRI is a training, simulation, and government services company of highly skilled and experienced military, law enforcement, diplomatic, and private sector leaders with uncompromising professionalism who apply integrity, innovative ideas, and integrated solutions to defense and national security challenges.

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Mimeya executives formerly constituted a large part of Sivoo's technology team. There, we created SIVOO's CEDR (Capture Encode Distribute Report) technology platform, which joined a robust digital asset management system with a video ingestion, encode, transcode, and distribution system.

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Mimeya provided the Ladies Who Launch organization with a wide range of technology services and support, from development and production environment configuration and testing, to platform, such as .NET and PHP, and database (e.g., MSSQL and MySQL) development, to email migration and direct-user technical support.

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Mimeya created the Math Education Library (MEL) application used by UPenn to gather control data to aid the Pennlincs Math Mentoring Program in math education research. The data generated from MEL was used to evaluate a variety of theories in teaching mathematics to middle school students.

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