Acquisitions benefited the top line of Edgewater Technology but helped push the company to a loss for the year ended December 31. The company lost $4.1 million in 2015, compared to net income of $4.1 million in 2014. Meanwhile revenue rose to $116.7 million for the most recently ended year an increase of 3.3 percent from $113 million the prior year.
Technology terms can show off anyone's ignorance. Somebody next to me was talking about the impact of Hadoop and I said "gesundheit" ... With the yo-yo-ing of temperatures from freezing to the 60s, birds have been found exhausted on the ground. Scientists theorize they have been in a loop flying north and then return south as the weather oscillates. ... A man who was taking selfies of himself holding a gun, ended up shooting and killing himself.
Exact has begun using in-product messaging to inform the market about product developments for its cloud application, Exact Online. The company says in a blog post that "We thought it would be a good idea to tell you about the latest developments in the interface itself." Messages, the company says, will appear only in the appropriate menus and to relevant users.
Nonprofit software vendor Abila has named five resellers as members of the 2016 Abila President's Circle. These are NonProfit Technologies of North Palm Beach, Fla.; [email protected] of New York City; JMT Consulting of Paterson, N.Y.; NP Solutions of Riverside, Calif., and Wipfli Consulting of Madison, Wis. Resellers are able to market Abila's MIP Fund Accounting, Elevate, Fundraising 50 and Abila Fundraising Online.
TrueCommerce has rebranded three European businesses under the TrueCommerce Europe name. The organizations are Wesupply, Atlas Products and HighJump B2Bi. Atlas Products was purchased in August 2014 and Wesupply was acquired in September 2015. TrueCommerce Europe with be led by SVP David Grosvenor, who had served as CEO of Wesupply since December 2010.