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Company Information:

Company Name:
Software Systems Specialists,
Address:
11970 Borman Drive, Suite 110
St. Louis, MO 63146
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Number of Employees:
25
Woman-Owned?:
Yes
Minority-Owned?:
No
HUBZone-Owned?:
No

Commercialization:

Has been acquired/merged with?:
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Has had Spin-off?:
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Has Had IPO?:
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Has Patents?:
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Number of Patents:
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Total Sales to Date $:
$ 0.00
Total Investment to Date $
$ 0.00
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Award Totals:

Program/Phase Award Amount ($) Number of Awards
SBIR Phase I $169,935.00 3

Award List:

K+C=PXC: KIDS & COMPUTERS RESULT IN PREVENTION OF CANCER

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1992 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$50,000.00
Agency:
HHS
Principal Investigator:
Patricia A Suess
Abstract:
Patterns of decisions about nutrition established during early adolescence can infulence the risk of developing cancer later in life. it is important to provide children of this age group with information about cancer and nutrition to guide them toward wise nutritional choices. however, it can be… More

Multimedia and Kids¿Be Tobacco-Free to Reduce Cancer Risk

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1993 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$50,000.00
Agency:
HHS
Principal Investigator:
Patricia A. Suess
Abstract:
We will develop a computer-based training system for fourth through sixth graders which presents factual information in an engaging and enjoyable manner. The system will incorporate advanced computing technologies, interactive multimedia, hypertext, and simulation to maximize learning in a flexible… More

Virtual Environment Training - Damage Control (VET-DC)

Award Year / Program / Phase:
1994 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$69,935.00
Agency / Branch:
DOD / NAVY
Principal Investigator:
Janet L. Weaver
Abstract:
Accurate and timely assessment of battle damage may determine the survival of ship and crew. Without training, stress and high workload are known to produce specific types of judgment errors, including a narrowing of attention in which critical information may be overlooked, and an increased… More