POMS 2019, Washington D.C.

At the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) annual conference in Washington, D.C., Fathomd Chief Educator, Professor Ozer, was invited to discuss and moderate what is possible in the classroom, using well-crafted business games.

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Goochlu Ozenci
Fathomd Patent Approval

United States Patent Office (USPO) approved Fathomd’s patent application that  was filed on January, 2017. Fathomd, Inc. is now holding a series of patented claims on a method and system for creating, designing, managing and distributing computer-based multi-player games.

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Brendan Kennedy
Gamification in Education

With the use of technology, internet, smart everything; new generation demands innovation and fun experience when they learn. Just like they demand the same fun journey when they share a ride, order a pizza, purchase a book or, watch a movie on the plane.

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Goochlu Ozenci
Fathomd New Platform

Dallas, Texas based Fathomd has introduced its new platform - Fathomd V2. With this new version, new functionalities are introduced that ease game play by students and platform management by instructors.

“Simple usage of the platform ensures fun experience for every student. Instructors can focus on what they want to teach and not worry about the game at all” said the Chief Educator of Fathomd.

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Brendan Kennedy
NSF SBIR Award II

The prestigious SBIR Grant’s Phase I had been awarded to Fathomd in 2016. NSF SBIR/STTR program undergoes a rigorous merit-based review process. The Phase II Award now allows us to develop, refine, and test our prototypes in authentic higher education settings.

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Ozalp Ozer
Forecast Sharing Game at MIT Sloan

"We are excited to launch the FSG prototype at one of world's best business schools. We value this collaboration with the MIT Sloan School of Management which will help us to increase customer centricity," said Özalp Özer, Chief Educator of Fathomd.

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Brendan Kennedy
NSF SBIR Award I

The prestigious SBIR Grant’s Phase I has been awarded to Fathomd. NSF SBIR/STTR program undergoes a rigorous merit-based review process.

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Ozalp Ozer