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Premier Technology gives birth to three startups (access required)

After building up Premier Technology Inc. to a 350-employee staple in southeastern Idaho, Doug Sayer is ready to start all over again. Sayer is stepping down as CEO of Premier, the company he founded in 1996 with “$35,000 and a ...

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SolutionPro acquired, will build new data center (access required)

Boise data center SolutionPro has been acquired by Iowa company Involta LLC, paving the way for another data center expansion in the Treasure Valley. SolutionPro, which operates high grade servers for its clients, will remain a division of Involta and ...

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Balihoo nets $5 million in VC funding (access required)

Boise software company Balihoo is getting a $5 million venture capital investment that will allow it to double its workforce. The money will fund a major expansion for the company, which sells software allowing national companies to coordinate local marketing ...

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Eagle software company bought out, plans expansion (access required)

Eagle software corporation ALMSA Corporation will expand after it was bought by the California-based Yardi Systems. ALMSA COO Fil Southerland said Jan. 5 that the company had been looking for either a large influx of investor funding or a “strategic buyout” ...

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Konica Minolta expanding in Boise (access required)

Konica Minolta Business Solutions, which provides an array of office and professional services, is planning to add five employees to its sales staff, including one or two hires in the short term, and has long-term plans to add support technicians ...

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The pitfalls of ‘frictionless’ social media (access required)

 Technological advances continue to make life easier and yet more complicated at the same time. Take “frictionless” social media – full integration between sites like Facebook and various third party applications and websites so that friends and family know where ...

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HubWorks digitizes the restaurant experience (access required)

Two guys with a strong aversion to standing in line for drinks decided to cut out the middleman, creating self-ordering software for the iPad that could end up in one of America’s largest restaurant chains. The Coeur d’Alene-based HubWorks Interactive ...

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Idaho Power wraps up meter project (access required)

Idaho Power recently replaced its last analog meter. The 501,000 new electronic meters, including replacements and new-construction installations, cost Idaho about $150 each. They can be read over power lines and the Internet. Idaho Power likes the new meters because ...

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INL gets deal for algae energy research (access required)

The Idaho National Laboratoryhas a three-year agreement to research extracting oil and biofuel from algae with OriginOil, based in California. Officials with the lab said eight to 10 INL employees will work on the project, which will get fully underway ...

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IBM, Micron, roll out computer processing in 3-D (access required)

IBM and Micron are introducing a three-dimensional computer processing device the companies say offers much higher capacity and is about 15 times faster than the current standard. Boise-based Micron will produce the Hybrid Memory Cube made with an IBM chip-making process and ...

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