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Imprezzio affiliate debuts sales software

Racing Snail Inc., a Phoenix-based sister company of Spokane software provider Imprezzio Inc., has launched a new software designed to track sales activities and increase efficiency. Racing Snail and Imprezzio are both subsidiaries of Spokane-based hol...

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Liberty Lake-based cloud computing company’s growth skyrockets

based cloud computing company and provider of Amazon Web Services, saw revenue growth of 400 percent in 2013 over 2012 and is on track to hit triple-digit percentage growth again this year, says CEO Kris Bliesner. Bliesner attributes the growth partiall...

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories to improve power grid at Stanford University

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc., the Pullman-based producer of energy protection equipment and systems, is working on a power-grid upgrade for Stanford University campus in the heart of Silicon Valley, says Eddie Schweitzer, SEL business developm...

Ecova inks contract with large golf course operator

Spokane-based energy management company Ecova Inc. has landed a contract to provide utility-expense and energy-supply management services to Los Angeles-based American Golf Corp., which manages 91 private and public golf courses nationwide. Specifically,...

New York company acquires Spokane Valley fuel cell maker ReliOn

Plug Power Inc., a Latham, N.Y.-based fuel cell technology company, announced this afternoon that it has acquired the assets of Spokane Valley-based ReliOn Inc., developer of fuel-cell stack technology and fuel cell systems, in a transaction valued at...

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Virtual intelligence software company Next IT sets brisk growth clip

Next IT Corp., Spokane’s virtual intelligence assistant software company, has added eight new clients to its roster and expects to increase its revenues by 50 percent this year after doubling its annual income in 2013, says Mitch Lawrence, executive vic...

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Sonderen Packaging adds capacity at its East Spokane facility

Sonderen Packaging Inc., a longtime Spokane paperboard carton maker, is acquiring new equipment to increase its capabilities and is asking a state agency to issue up to $7 million in bonds to help finance the cost of the machinery. The agency, the Washin...

Arevo shortens name, seeks to broaden applications for software

Arevo Health, a cloud-based software startup here originally formed to help employers track health care benefits, has dropped the second half of its name to reflect the broader applications it foresees for its proprietary software. The company now is ope...

Critical Power Exchange set to add two locations

Critical Power Exchange LLC, a Spokane Valley-based recycler and reseller of backup-power equipment, has hired an additional 10 full-time employees and plans to expand its operations with two new locations in the next six months, says company spokesman Ni...

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Aerospace company plans West Plains facility

Exotic Metals Forming Company LLC, a Kent, Wash.-based aerospace supplier, announced this morning at a press conference plans to build a 150,000-square-foot aerospace manufacturing facility on the West Plains. The facility could create as many as 150 j...

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