Formerly Honeywell’s Homes and ADI Global Distribution business, Golden Valley-based Resideo will focus on security solutions and is looking to move its headquarters to Texas.
Reuters reports that the IT solutions and services company is considering selling given significant interest from private equity firms. Its stock has improved based on the possibility.
Marco’s earlier 2018 purchases include another Illinois IT services provider, and a Michigan copy and print business.
Perforce has purchased California software solutions company Perfecto Mobile, adding new capabilities for its DevOps business clients.
In the latest annual event honoring Minnesota companies for technology and science contributions, 3M, Ecolab, Sentera were among the 48 companies named finalists.
Mayors Jacob Frey and Melvin Carter participated in writing a letter asking 3D printer makers, including Minnesota-based Protolabs and Stratasys, to build products that can’t be used to print homemade guns.
The Rochester startup is developing an interactive curation system for businesses.
The move also gives Atomic Data’s sister company Foundation Technologies the opportunity to relocate to the North Loop and double its headcount.
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No reason has been given for Levin’s decision to step down, but the 3D printing company has appointed an interim leader and taken steps to find a permanent replacement.
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Duluth-based Buzz Frenzy’s platform is making it easier for small business to create an online buzz.
The purchase is Marco’s 11th in the last two years.
Less than two years after merging with St. Paul-based GovDelivery, leading government software solutions provider Granicus is expanding with a new acquisition.
Health IT leaders that were surveyed said patient safety and cybersecurity rank atop their list of priorities.
Twin Cities leaders combine science, human connections and business savvy to improve effectiveness and efficiency.
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The telecommunications company's purchase of Scott-Rice Telephone will expand its regional presence.
The Fortune 500 tech services and consulting company recently announced a plan to add 400 "highly skilled technology jobs" in Minneapolis by the end of 2020.
Telecoms are moving business communications well beyond phone calls and emails.
The four-day event kicks off in January each year, highlighting the who’s who and latest and greatest in the tech world.
Broadband is critical to the fate of Greater Minnesota. But the people who can make a difference, from providers to politicians, don't even agree on the problem, much less the solution.
Accessible360 is helping to open up the internet for the disabled, creating potentially new opportunities for businesses in nearly every industry.
Individuals, as well as companies small (StemoniX, OneOme) and large (SelectComfort), were honored at the 18th annual event held by the Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA).
The e-commerce company has already passed its prior year’s revenue ($1.84 billion) with a month and a half still left in the year.
Perbix and its 150-member team will remain in Minnesota. Meanwhile, the automaker said it would be “expanding [its] presence and recruiting efforts in the Twin Cities area.”
Shifting to cloud-based IT should make solid
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The Leadpages co-founder’s next project is Nomics, which aims to be the “Yahoo Finance for cryptocurrencies” like Bitcoin.
The Revenue Department will have less than three weeks to respond to the technology company.
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