Food Safety Tech | March 8, 2018 | By Manik Suri
We live in a world that eats out, and if we don’t develop new techniques to protect customers in restaurants and food service settings, more people are going to get sick (or worse). The current food safety process is broken, and needs to be fixed in restaurants nationwide and globally. Having mobile ordering software and LED screens for menus is helpful and valuable. But food safety is the most important component of every restaurant (and other food service companies). It is imperative that the food service industry embraces digital solutions to elevate their food safety standards. Without proper food safety standards, any organization could face a crisis like Little Caesars and the Olympics recently experienced. Read more here.
IndiaWest | March 1, 2018 | By India-West Staff Reporter
Indian American lawyer entrepreneur Manik Suri wanted to make the world a safer and better place, so in June 2014 he founded the technology company CoInspect. The San Francisco, Calif.-based company, formerly known as MeWe, builds mobile software to manage compliance, quality assurance and brand standards. Its services were thrust into an urgent need in 2015, according to a San Francisco Chronicle report, when Chipotle’s reputation took a hit amid several food-borne illnesses that were originating from their restaurants. Read more here.
The San Francisco Chronicle | July 24, 2017 | By Isha Salian and Trisha Thadani
In July 2017, the San Francisco Chronicle featured MeWe’s work to help government agencies and companies digitize public health and safety inspections. MeWe aims to help businesses avoid food safety issues faced by Chipotle, Blue Bell and others. Since MeWe was founded in 2014, almost 100,000 inspections have been completed using its CoInspect app. The app allows inspectors to create checklists that include photos and voice memos. Users can also assign inspections, generate reports and analyze trends. Read more here.
TechCrunch | July 14, 2017 | By Jon Shieber
In July 2017, TechCrunch featured MeWe, a technology startup founded by Manik Suri to help government regulators and business leaders improve compliance. Described as a “TurboTax for compliance,” MeWe was founded in 2014, and raised a $2.3 million seed round earlier this year from investors, led by the Govtech Fund, Urban Us, and Impact Engine. Read more here.
The American Bar Association Journal | September 2016 | By Terry Carter, Lorelei Laird, Victor Li and Stephanie Francis Ward
In September 2016, the American Bar Association (ABA) recognized Manik Suri one of its 10 annual “Legal Rebels.” The Legal Rebel recognition celebrates women and men who are remaking their corners of the legal profession. The ABA Journal and its readers have found ample evidence of innovative thinking and forward action. The article highlights Manik’s efforts to improve public health and safety by modernizing how both industry and government work. Read more here.
CodeX: Stanford University Center for Legal Informatics | March 5, 2015 | By Manik Suri
As anyone who rents an apartment, runs a restaurant, or owns a gym knows, there are a lot of rules on the books. These regulations can be difficult to navigate. MeWe’s mission is to simplify the law in order to help businesses and empower individuals. MeWe builds mobile software that helps businesses simplify compliance in the food and housing industries. In February 2015, MeWe was selected as one of 10 legal tech startups invited to exhibit at LegalTech New York, the largest law and technology trade show in the nation. Read more here.
Harvard Data-Smart City Solutions | February 25, 2015
The Data-Smart City Solutions initiative at Harvard Kennedy School published an interview with MeWe’s CEO, Manik Suri, as part of a series on “the new faces of public-private collaboration.” Read more here.