Wellspring is a provider of web-based software systems for managing research and technology commercialization. Founded in 2003 by husband and wife Robert and Sandi Lowe, Wellspring was a spin-out of Carnegie Mellon University that provided software systems to universities and hospitals to manage technology transfer operations. Wellspring's software products are used by universities, companies, government agencies, and independent labs to manage and promote the value and adoption of research.

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  • Wellspring is a provider of web-based software systems for managing research and technology commercialization. Founded in 2003 by husband and wife Robert and Sandi Lowe, Wellspring was a spin-out of Carnegie Mellon University that provided software systems to universities and hospitals to manage technology transfer operations. Wellspring's software products are used by universities, companies, government agencies, and independent labs to manage and promote the value and adoption of research. (en)
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  • Robert Lowe- CEO; Sandi Lowe- Chief Experience Officer; Eric Kingery- Chief Technology Officer; Matt Hamilton- Chief Operating Officer
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  • Wellspring is a provider of web-based software systems for managing research and technology commercialization. Founded in 2003 by husband and wife Robert and Sandi Lowe, Wellspring was a spin-out of Carnegie Mellon University that provided software systems to universities and hospitals to manage technology transfer operations. Wellspring's software products are used by universities, companies, government agencies, and independent labs to manage and promote the value and adoption of research. (en)
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  • Wellspring Worldwide (en)
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