Business News Archive - May 21, 2011
Allegiance Capital announced today that its client, GoWireless, Inc., and Kayne Anderson Mezzanine Partners, L.P., have completed a credit facility that will fuel GoWirelessâ€™ organic growth and enable the company to pursue an acquisition strategy to expand its already-strong national footprint of 365 retail locations.
Computer Generated Solutions, Inc. (CGS) will open a new call center in Sibiu to meet growing demand for outsourced business services throughout Europe. New York, NY (PRWEB) May 19, 2011 Computer Generated Solutions Inc.
LEED Gold Certified InterContinental San Francisco Selected California-based ParkPod to Provide Car Charging for the Property's Zipcar Hybrid Electric Vehicle.
Cutting-edge Ohio-based Internet marketing company joins forces with rapidly growing Scottsdale digital marketing company.
DTT Surveillance is proud to have been selected by Great Circle Family Foods, LLC DBA: Krispy Kreme Doughnuts as the preferred vendor for surveillance and loss prevention services.
Accuity is the only company with the ability to marry payment data to sanctions and enhanced due diligence data.
RSR Research, an analyst firm providing market intelligence on retail technology trends, announces the results of its latest research report, "Social Mediaâ€™s Impact on Customer Engagement," sponsored by Informatica and SAP.
Product line includes variations of ankle/foot orthoses, knee orthoses, knee-ankle/foot orthoses, and elbow orthoses. Poland, OH (PRWEB) May 19, 2011 Anatomical Concepts, Inc., designers and manufacturers of industry-leading medical devices, announced the expansion of its product line to include more variations of ankle/foot orthoses, knee orthoses, knee-ankle/foot orthoses, elbow orthoses, and the increasingly popular ELLIOTT Trial Patient Management System.
Brazos Walking Sticks Introduces Unique, Collapsible Wood Travelerâ€™s Stick (TM) Waco, TX (PRWEB) May 19, 2011 Brazos Walking Sticks announced today the launch of its beautiful wood Travelerâ€™s Stick (TM), which breaks into sections, in seconds, from a full 55 inches to a compact 19 inches.
Users can now work with what their data means instead of struggling with a fire hose of data, CEO Mike Davis said. Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) May 19, 2011 Semantic Technology firm, HIGHFLEET, Inc., announced today the release of the latest version of its eXtensible Knowledge Server (XKS) ontology-based deductive database. â€œHIGHFLEET has the only mature, scalable first order logic-based deductive database that continues to find increasing use in 'clean sheet' installations and as an embedded capability in other firmsâ€™ products and solutions,â€ said HIGHFLEET CEO, Mike Davis. Says Davis, â€œThe 1980â€™s database technology in use today and its expensive stack of applications struggle to make sense of data and do nothing to solve the 'drowning in data' problems faced by Government agencies and Commercial firms.â€ HIGHFLEETâ€™S â€œclean sheetâ€ deductive database software and Semantic Federation of Legacy Databases solution use the same deductive reasoning that humans use to knit the wo