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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Courtesy: Memphis Business Journal

A workers' compensation service company called Gemini Duplication Inc. completed a move to Rocklin from Visalia last week. Five staff moved with the company but 27 new local employees have been hired. At least three open slots remain. Founded in Visalia in 2004, Gemini is a workers’ comp records management ... more...

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SYDNEY Oct 14 (Reuters) - Australian engineering and infrastructure services firm UGL Ltd said on Tuesday it expects the sale of its DTZ property business to close on Nov. 5, after explaining payments made to Hong Kong's embattled leader while he was a DTZ executive. UGL agreed in June to sell DTZ to a consortium headed by private equity firm TPG Capital for $1.1 billion. But the deal came under ... more...

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IT services firm TEKsystems opened a new Boston office last month at 33 Arch St. and plans to hire 15 sales reps at the outpost over the next year. The Maryland-based firm opened the 6,700-square-foot location in September — its second location in Massachusetts after Framingham — to be closer ... more...

Courtesy: Your Oil and Gas News

Craig Group has been named as one of the UK's leading private mid-market companies in the latest annual Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250. The Aberdeen head-quartered global shipping and energy services firm has entered the list for the first time, ranked 236th. The Top Track 250 is sponsored by Grant ... more...

Courtesy: The Economic Times

MELBOURNE: Outsourcing services firm Aegis today said it will set up its Asia Pacific hub for analytics, social media and multilingual capabilities in Melbourne, Australia, a move that will help create up to 550 jobs. To be set up in collaboration with the Government of Victoria, the new centre will also help Aegis Services Australia double its total workforce in the region, which currently has ... more...

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The quarter-on-quarter increase was the highest in three years, and comes amid a continued shortage of office space in the central business district, the real estate services firm says. ... more...

Courtesy: The News

THE news sent its share price plunging, dropping 68.5 per cent to 25.5 cents, wiping out about $79 million in shareholder value. WDS, which services the mining and energy sectors, has reduced its profit forecast for 2014/15 to between $1 million and $3 million, less than two months after forecasting profit growth from the previous year's $13.3 million. Chief executive Terry Chapman has agreed it ... more...

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The software services firm will explore applications such as those that power driverless cars and the Internet of Things ... more...

Courtesy: South China Morning Post

With the dust swirling around Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying's involvement with Australian engineering and property services firm UGL, it is worth noting the company's other links with Hong Kong. ... more...

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Craig Mateer, 49, is CEO and founder of Bags Inc. He founded his first firm in 1990, and in 2003, transformed his parking business into a hospitality, delivery and parking services firm with annual revenue of $100 million-plus. Its services include remote airline check-in for passengers and their luggage; and ... more...

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