MarketSphere Unclaimed Property
Launched in 2005. MarketSphere built an unclaimed property business from the ground up utilizing industry experts, creative techniques, and proprietary technology that enable key unclaimed property solutions such as Annual Compliance, Liability Analysis, Audit Defense and Capital Recovery. Over the years, MarketSphere acquired and integrated several smaller companies to accelerate growth of its Unclaimed Property business. MarketSphere Unclaimed Property is the preferred provider for many Fortune 1000 companies.
Launched in 2005 and executed a merger in 2014. MarketSphere built a marketing technology business focusing on improving processes and implementing technologies that enable marketing operations. In 2014, MarketSphere merged its marketing business with EMMcare, a global leader in marketing technology managed services, and formed EMMsphere. EMMsphere provides marketing technology implementation and managed services for some of the largest companies in the world.
Launched in 2010 and purchased majority ownership in 2015. MarketSphere has partnered with MDR Group, which uses a dba of #250 America’s Speed Dial. This business utilizes a custom-built mobile marketing platform that connects consumers with advertisers in a way never seen before. Dial #250 on any carrier network and you are connected to a keyword recognition platform that allows you to easily connect with advertisers. #250 replaces the traditional ten-digit dialing sequences which are difficult to remember, resulting in more calls and more sales.
Launched in 2014. MarketSphere has incubated and built a marketing consulting business that focuses on enhancing the performance of the CMO suite. Technology and process are at the forefront of this solution and MarketSphere has partnered with several platforms, such as Allocadia and Salesforce, to bring best practice solutions to marketers.
Launched in 2004. iCatch is a solution developed by MarketSphere to assist insurance companies with identifying and correcting overpayment of insurance claims. Using proprietary internally-developed software, iCatch acts as an independent clearinghouse designed to facilitate overpayment recovery and track vendor identification on all payments.
Launched in 2002 and sold to Grant Thornton in 2013. MarketSphere was a premier Oracle Platinum Partner and offered strategic advisory and technology services around a core set of Oracle business applications. MarketSphere built and delivered integrated solutions for enterprise resource planning (ERP), enterprise performance management (EPM), and business intelligence (BI) technology platforms, which helped clients streamline operations and optimize business performance.
Launched in 2005 and spun off in 2007. MarketSphere was there at the initial launch of H-Card, doing business as Hap-X. Hap-X is the premier healthcare automated payment exchange that was developed to help health systems better manage their cash flow by replacing cumbersome supplier payment processes with a set of automated, proprietary invoice processing solutions. More than 450 hospitals and 350 suppliers currently use the Hap-X exchange, and the exchange is now being expanded for use in other industries. In June 2016, GHX acquired Hap-X to expand its e-commerce solution offering and provide visibility from point of order through reconciled payment. In conjunction with the acquisition, the Hap-X platform is now known as GHX ePay.