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Pet boom benefits Paw Print Genetics

Paw Print Genetics owner Lisa Shaffer is on the path to building another big company, something she wasn’t sure she wanted to do. Genetic Veterinary Sciences Inc., which does business as Paw Print Genetics, currently has 40 employees and is adding...

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2020 Rising Stars: Medcurity’s Joe Gellatly

Joe Gellatly has what he calls a “heart for entrepreneurship.” “The most rewarding part of my...

California company acquires Quest Integration

Post Falls-based Quest Integration Inc. has been acquired by California-based Hawk Ridge Systems...

Sea change: etailz changes its name to Kaspien

What was a proposal from its marketing department last year has now come to fruition....

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Engie Insight to consolidate Spokane offices

Engie Insight Services Inc., which does business as Engie Impact, is remodeling its offices...

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Avista exceeds energy-savings target

A Washington state Department of Commerce report released last month shows 17 utilities statewide exceeded their projected 2018 and 2019 energy efficiency targets. Spokane-based Avista Corp. reported reaching 111% of its conservation goal. ...

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Sharp Wall Technologies makes snap of working with bricks, blocks

These days, Lazaro Martinez and his novel approach to construction can be found on a bluff in east Liberty Lake. Using products developed by his young company, Sharp Wall Technologies LLC, Martinez is building a home for his family using nontraditional ...

Fatbeam develops new cloud service

Fatbeam LLC, a Coeur d’Alene-based fiber optics company, has developed a new product that allows its customers to connect securely to cloud services providers. Fatbeam builds high-capacity fiber optic networks and leases connectivity through what ...

Arevo Health rolls out screening, tracking app for employers

Arevo Health LLC, a Spokane developer of cloud-based health care analytics software, has launched a mobile and web application meant to help employers monitor COVID-19 symptoms in employees, track employees’ self-disclosed test results, and report...

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Financial software company adds Spokane client

A Spokane Valley software company that caters to credit unions is returning to its roots with the addition of a Spokane client, after almost two decades without a customer in its home market. Shaun Murray, president and CEO of Enhanced Software Products...

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