"This lets us play on a national level and compete with our bigger competitors," says Dave Morin, CEO of Cielo MedSolutions. "It also lets us go for a very large expansion."The University of Michigan spin-off develops new software for the health-care industry. That technology helps make sure doctors connect with their patients when its time for a checkup, test or treatment they might otherwise forget. It claims that the software, if used properly, can help cut down on unnecessary procedures and provide doctors with up to a 200 percent return on their investment.