Minority Business Owners to Launch Small Business Summit

Posted on January 10, 2018, 4:18 pm
Charlotte, NC– December 14, 2017 –  OnceLogix, LLC is a nationally recognized award-winning Software Company in Winston-Salem North Carolina. Over the past 10 years, OnceLogix founders Rod Brown, Ty McLaughlin and Trinity Manning have created several successful, profitable businesses that continue to sustain profitability year after year. 
Manning, communicated with a woman that he was creating a website for, which during that time she shared with him her frustration about the vast amount of paperwork, documentation, billing claims she had to complete, and the additional specifics she needed.  Hearing these specifics from her experience, sparked the beginning of Sharenote.com . Brown and his co-founders enlisted to help to run the business side of things. They formed the company OnceLogix and began marketing Sharenote.com to behavior healthcare agencies as an electronic healthcare record system. 
OnceLogix is here to stay and continues to be the leading African-American owned company in the electronic health record industry. In 2017, Inc. Magazine ranked the Winston-Salem based company 2,406th on its 36th annual Inc. 5000 list. It is the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the America’s economy most dynamic segment – of independent small businesses. Forbes named the company as one of America’s best small companies in 2017. Black Enterprise named them the “Tech Startup of the Week” in 2013. In 2016, the company earned revenues of $3.5 million, while surpassing $5 million closing out year 2017.  The owners attribute the company’s success to their spiritual foundation.
 
OnceLogix is an electronic health-records system used by mental health providers. The software is called ShareNote which manages the process of client data, staff data, documentation, and billing in 11 states and over 400 behavioral health facilities and mental health agencies.
After learning that less than 1.5% minority-owned companies were on the Inc. 5000 list, the founders concluded that they wanted to do something to help with this systemic problem by creating The Small Business Cookout
Small Business Cookout (SBC)  is to bring together entrepreneurs, small business owners, thought leaders, and aspiring entrepreneurs together to explore ways to make their businesses more profitable and provide a greater source of resources. The SBC will consist of a two-day experience in February 9-10, 2018 in Charlotte, NC. Attendees will immerse in knowledge and best practices that will take the individual and their business to the next level. The event will expose entrepreneurs to mastery techniques where they can dive deep with leading professionals, into leadership, being in the right business, growing their business, the “whys” behind what each entrepreneur does, being authentic, and much more!
If you are interested in learning more about the SBC or want information in reference to attending the event, please visit the Small Business Cookout (SBC) website at: https://www.eventbrite.c om/e/the-small-business-cookou t-charlotte-nc-tickets-3948060 1542