Friday, November 1, 2013

Openview puts $12m into Irish cloud firm Fieldaware

John Mulligan – 02 November 2013 US VENTURE capital outfit Openview has invested $12m (€8.8m) in Irish cloud software services firm Fieldaware. Also in this section Hats off to Ulster Bank chief No room for niceties as AJ quotes greats to good effect Saved Ulster Bank now set to focus on slashing costs '; if(typeof(google_ads[i].line3) != ... .

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Real estate services firm CBRE Group Inc. reported a 22% jump in revenue during the second quarter, led in part by a leap in leasing commissions as U.S. firms expanded in the improving economy. ... more...

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A new survey from Thumbtack, a consumer-services firm based in San Francisco, put Albuquerque square in the middle in terms of small business friendliness. The survey results, based on factors such as “ease of hiring” and “training and networking programs,” gave the city a “C” grade overall. The results are ... more...

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KANSAS CITY, MO--(Marketwired - Jul 29, 2014) - MDL Technology, an IT and managed services firm, announced a case study with The Raytown Police Department regarding data security. The police department retained the IT firm to virtualize its network infrastructure, implement offsite back-up storage, cut costs and power consumption and allow sensitive data to be securely housed with cloud ... more...

Courtesy: The Press and Journal Energy

North-east oil and gas service firm Paradigm Flow Services has invested £4.25million in new facilities as it targets global expansion. This post first appeared on Energy Voice. ... more...

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Want to buy a Cary-based data-as-a-service firm? That will be $54.6 million. That’s at least how much California-based Informatica (Nasdaq: INFA) bought Cary-based StrikeIron for in June, according to a recent earnings transcript. StrikeIron, expected to contribute a little more than $1 million of subscription revenue per quarter to Informatica’s ... more...

Courtesy: The Press and Journal Energy

Energy services firm WorleyParsons has won an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services contract on the North West Shelf gas project, in Western Australia. This post first appeared on Energy Voice. ... more...

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Apis Partners is aiming to raise between $250 million and $300 million to invest in financial and business services firms in Asia and Africa that seek to open up banking to people through new technology. ... more...

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ACA Lawyers has obtained funding to mount a class action against mining services firm WorleyParsons, claiming that it lacked transparency around the company's performance last year. ... more...


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Mid-sized IT services firm Hexaware Technologies today said it has appointed R Srikrishna as its new Chief Executive Officer, effective today. Srikrishna will take over the role from Vice Chairman and CEO P R Chandrasekar, Hexaware said in a statement. Prior to this Srikrishna was President of Infrastructure and Life Sciences Businesses ... more...

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