Google Announces Glass at Work Certified Partners for Enterprise Solutions

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Google Announces Glass at Work Certified Partners for Enterprise Solutions

Google has announced its first round of Glass at Work Certified Partners who would deliver enterprise solutions for Glass. The firm continues to look out for more developers and enterprises for its eyewear.

Some of the Glass at Work Certified Partners announced by Google are APX, Augmedix, Crowdoptic, GuidiGO and Wearable Intelligence.

"We've been searching for developers who are creating Glassware to help businesses reach their goals. We heard from hundreds of enterprise developers and today we're excited to announce our first round of Glass at Work Certified Partners. Congrats to APX, Augmedix, Crowdoptic, GuidiGO and Wearable Intelligence," stated the Google Glass Google+ post.

The post also gave a link to let its fans see what Augmedix along with Dignity Health are working upon that would make doctors spend more time with patients.

Last week, it was reported that Drchrono, a Mountain View, California-based electronic medical record company developed a new application for Google Glass, and is claimed to be the first "wearable health record."

Doctors who register for the Drchrono app for Google Glass can use it to record a consultation or surgery with the patient's permission. Videos, photos and notes are stored in the patient's electronic medical record or in Box, a cloud-based storage and collaboration service and can be shared with the patient on request.

Last month Google announced new Glassware apps for Google Glass, including Tripit, Foursquare, OpenTable, Field Trip, Word Lens, Google Now, Search and Maps.

A recent major update Google rolled out for its Glass included SMS notifications support to iPhone, and a new and improved Calendar Glassware. The Mountain View giant also said it will be increasing the frequency of updates now that it has upgraded Glass firmware to Android 4.4 KitKat.

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