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Procore | September 27, 2021
Procore Technologies, Inc, a leading provider of construction management software, today announced the next wave of enhancements for a smarter and more connected platform.
“For almost 20 years, Procore has been working to connect everyone in construction on a global platform, providing a single source of truth for customers around the world,We’re consistently innovating by connecting all of your people, workflows, data and tools, with a single user experience o...
Enercon, Critical Engineering Group | June 05, 2020
Atlanta's 5th largest engineering firm has acquired a California company with expertise in serving data centers and communications centers. Terms of the deal between Kennesaw-based Enercon Services Inc. and Critical Engineering Group Inc. of Lafayette, Calif., were not disclosed in an announcement. The deal expands Enercon's existing services and positions the company for increased reach within the data center and mission-critical communications sector, according to the announcement.
prnewswire | February 02, 2021
US interest for created metal items is conjecture to rise 1.3% each year in ostensible terms from 2019 levels through 2024, as per Fabricated Metal Products: United States, a report as of late delivered by Freedonia Focus Reports. Providers will profit by rising homegrown sturdy merchandise shipments and proceeded with development in the US development area. Notwithstanding, further acquires will be restricted by rivalry from metal castings and elective materials, for example, plastics.
MayaData, Cloud Native Computing Foundation | July 01, 2020
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has accepted a Litmus Chaos application testing tool based on chaos engineering principles as a sandbox level project.
Developed by MayaData, the open source software provides IT teams with a chaos engineering tool that runs natively on Kubernetes.
MayaData COO Uma Makkara says Litmus Chaos was originally created to test OpenEBS, an open source project that makes it easier to access container-attached storage. OpenEBS is ...
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