Hello, our name is . . .


This post is for readers who are new to this blog.

Civerex is a 22-year veteran of the healthcare EHR wars, with occasional forages into the area of law enforcement, knowledgebase building, b2b, workflow management and data exchange.

We are not looking for investment capital, we want to help you to invest in yourself by private-labeling our software to give you the product you have been dreaming about and wanting to put on the market.

We have eight (8) software products (CiverWeb, CiverMind, CiverManage, CiverPsych, CiverMed, CiverOrders, CiverMail, CiverExchange), all of which seamlessly interconnect and cover the full spectrum of strategy development, setup of KPIs, process mapping, modeling, simulation, rollout, monitoring, data consolidation and monitoring of performance.

Over time, we have put together 1,500,000 lines of source code that can be private-labeled as a distinctive new product in virtually any business sector/application area, with a few changes in terminology. Your business sector/your application, the one you have been dreaming of.

Our product portfolio has been developed by one team of developers, not eight. The reason for this outcome is each time a problem presented, we held back until such time as we could work out a generic solution. Better one than eight.

Now, the thing about private-labeling with the right code base is that aside from being able to speak different languages, you can, with one code base, support multiple products where each install is different, the service directories are different, the workflows are different, the data collection forms in service are different and the rule sets in place are different.

We leaped over the hurdle of translating our application shells to different languages by putting language translation facilities in the software such that a partner in a different country/corporate culture can run the software we distribute, overtype the English and then, when no more English expressions can be found, ship back to us a language file which we compile to a new executable and send back as a translated application.

Our clients like “hands-on”.

They do not fancy having to build database tables/fields. We automated all of this long ago. They do like building, owning and managing their own workflows as an alternative to having to contract with us for “customization” or having to hire an expert consultant to help them build workflows and roll these out to a production environment. They don’t like learning languages or notations. They just want solutions to their problems.

In the area of data exchange where the challenge is to get disparate systems to talk to each other, we used to build parsers/formatters to allow trading partners to exchange data. We found this to be tedious and decided to write “sniffers” that could scan an incoming data file and, to an extent, save the programmer from having to write code to yield some minor variation of an earlier data transport file format

There are a few things we have not yet figured out how to do and, of course, we have not done much about solving problems we have not yet heard about.

Here’s the deal.

If you want to put a new application on the market in a particular industry area, you can do this easily by inventing the next-generation Ferrari in your garage. Bill Gates did it. Steve Jobs did it. Why not you?

Another option that will give you “instant gratification” is to become a partner of ours and configure a new product, branded the way you want.   The turnoff is the fees you will need to pay us to have us brand a product and provide ongoing support/maintenance or the times 5 fees you will have to pay to buy a copy of our source code, but only an ROI can say whether the garage option or the private label option might work for you.

You won’t get much help from us in the way of “Cheshire cat” smiling sales rep “assistance” – we are rather unique in that we have a management consulting division so for each question you put to us you are likely to get ten questions back. We don’t hesitate to tell you might be better off with another software vendor because we have found it’s a lot more pleasant to deal with “delighted customers” as opposed to “disgruntled former customers”.

Finally, if have a concept you need to promote to others, we have a Video Production Unit that can put a good spin on any set of ideas you feel you need to communicate to your peers, top management or other stakeholders.

Video recording sessions with us tend to be painful. We make you take, re-take and re-take, until the end result “looks good” – we can afford to do this because you pay by the hour but you will like the end result. If you want an inexpensive promo, talk to a teenager who has an iPad. You might end up with an award-winning video. Ask the tooth fairy if I am giving out good advice here.

Enough said.

Bottom line, you will never know whether this is a “good deal” unless/until you pick up the phone and call our Managing Director, Karl Walter Keirstead. Call 450 458 5601.

Who is Karl Walter Keirstead?

Just Google the name and then do some homework before you make your call. It’s a lot easier to talk to someone when you know who they are.

About kwkeirstead@civerex.com

Management consultant and process control engineer (MSc EE) with a focus on bridging the gap between operations and strategy in the areas of critical infrastructure protection, healthcare, connect-the-dots law enforcement investigations, job shop manufacturing and b2b transactions. (C) 2010-2017 Karl Walter Keirstead, P. Eng. All rights reserved. The opinions expressed here are those of the author, and are not connected with Jay-Kell Technologies Inc, Civerex Systems Inc. (Canada), Civerex Systems Inc. (USA) or CvX Productions.
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