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NextLOGiK Receives Communitas Award for Work with Local Nonprofit

NextLOGiK was awarded the 2017 Communitas Award for the work the company did with Rebuilding Together Howard County, a local nonprofit organization that brings volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners. The Communitas Award is given out in recognition of the efforts of exceptional businesses, organizations, and individuals working to help others by supplying resources and guidance in order to benefit their community and change what it means to do business.


Sneak Peek of the New AABB Accreditation Portal

We are partnering with the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) to implement an accreditation management system that will save their organization, assessors and clients a ton of time. During their 2016 Annual Meeting we debuted the sneak peek video to show off the system debuting in spring 2017. View a brief glimpse of the client portal module of the platform that allows for further collaboration between AABB and their constituents.


Join us for Raise the Roof Benefiting the Therapeutic & Recreational Riding Center

Help Raise the Roof on a New Indoor Sensory-Sensitive Riding Arena! Our friends at the Therapeutic and Recreational Riding Center, the only in Central Maryland’s Howard County, are ‘Raising the Roof’ on the area’s first indoor therapy arena that will serve a growing number of youth participants with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPDs) such as Autism, ADD/ADHD…


NextLOGiK Receives First Ever HCEDA Agriculture Innovation Grant

Howard County Economic Development Authority’s (HCEDA) AgTech Division awarded their first ever grant to MCE resident NextLOGiK for the development and implementation of remote hocotemperature monitoring devices. New FSMA regulations include strict temperature reporting requirements and compliance deadlines are fast approaching. If a farmer is selling their meat at a local farmer’s market, they must record the food storage container’s temperature in intervals and provide this log to federal regulators.