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Software company opens Springs office

A Denver-based software company is making a home in Colorado Springs. Aspenware Internet Solutions opened an office in Colorado Springs at 118 N. Tejon, Suite 200. The company builds custom software for businesses like Vail Resorts, Seagate and Hosting. It was founded in 2001 and made Inc. 5000 fastest-growing companies list in 2011 and 2012,… Continue Reading Software company opens Springs office

Springs ranks as 14th fastest-growing MSA

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Colorado Springs is the 14th  fastest-growing metropolitan area. According to a Pitney Bowes survey, the city is projected to grow 6.2 percent – or add 15,459 households – in the next five years, an annual rate of 1.3 percent. That’s in line with national trends, with 98 percent of U.S. metropolitan areas expected to grow… Continue Reading Springs ranks as 14th fastest-growing MSA

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Intelligent Software Solutions, based in Colorado Springs, announced the release of its next generation suite of command and control solutions programs — C2Core. The software provides strategy, planning, execution and assessment capabilities, according to a release from the company. C2Core software is the foundation for several mission-critical solutions. The company’s software is used in military… Continue Reading CS military software company releases new suite of programs

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Venture capital funding in the life sciences sector, which includes the biotechnology and medical device industries, increased 21 percent during 2011, according to a new PricewaterhouseCooper’s  report, “Zigzagging Upward.” Venture capitalists invested a total of $7.5 billion in 785 life sciences deals during the year, topping 2010 performance despite a drop from the third to… Continue Reading Venture capitalists favor biotechnology over medical devices

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Battle begins in business-software square-off

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A battle between two of the world’s biggest makers of business software hinges on the value of a trove of millions of stolen customer-support documents. In its first pitch to a federal jury Tuesday, Oracle Corp. said archrival SAP AG’s plundering of password-protected Oracle websites dealt a $2 billion blow to Oracle’s business. The attacks… Continue Reading Battle begins in business-software square-off

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The federal government recently announced its intent to increase support for satellite ground and control systems using a new KS-252 cryptographic program – and two Colorado Springs companies are key to its success. The collaboration will be deeply involved in making sure ground- to- satellite intelligence transmissions are secure. Braxton Technologies will integrate its ACE… Continue Reading Braxton Technologies, AMERGINT team on satellite support

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Business tax bills head to governor

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DENVER (AP) – A package of bills taxing everything from candy and soda to online sales provides only one-tenth of what Colorado lawmakers need to close a $1.5 billion shortfall this year and next, but Republicans and Democrats say the impact will be widely felt in this year’s elections. Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis has… Continue Reading Business tax bills head to governor

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