From TMA’s June 2015 News Bulletin – Patrick Osborne emigrated from Ireland when he was 18 years old. He did so for one reason: the “plethora of opportunity” in America. Trained at an Irish state ...
The new Term Loan B add-on facility is unchanged running for 6 years and the interest rate margin is significantly reduced to currently 3.5 percent per year Pullach, July 2, 2020: IFCO GROUP, the world’s leading supplier of Reusable Plastic Containers (RPCs) for fresh food, has prematurely replaced its Second Lien Loan, entered in 2019, by an add-on facility to its existing Term Loan B of 200 million Euro. The transaction met with lively demand... Source: RealWire
FXhome - creators of free video editing software HitFilm Express - are giving 15% of all sales to charity while users can save up to 44% on their favorite creative software. London, UK (July 2, 2020) - Today, FXhome (fxhome.com) announce their most ambitious sale yet. That ambition being to do as much good as they possibly can during this difficult time by donating 15% of all sales revenue from their latest sale to charity.... Source: RealWire
LogRhythm Praised by Customers for Ease of Use and Support BOULDER, CO - July 2, 2020 - LogRhythm, the company powering today’s security operations centres, today announced that it has been declared a Leader by G2 in its Summer 2020 SIEM Grid, Summer 2020 Incident Response Grid, and Summer 2020 Usability Index for SIEM. Rankings on G2 reports are based on data provided by real users of technology platforms and data aggregated from online sources... Source: RealWire
London, UK - Sytel announces version 11 of their Softdial Contact Center™ (SCC) hosting platform, supporting fully blended voice, chat, email, SMS, video, and all social channels. Michael McKinlay, CEO of Sytel commented, “Rather than tell you that this new version takes hosting to new heights (which by the way, we think it does!) let me cut to the chase and pull out ten of the new features which we think are most relevant to... Source: RealWire
Prague-based company’s open-source software is the content distribution platform for the five-year, $50 million programme supporting local news PRAGUE, JULY 2 – The Canadian Press, the national news agency of Canada, chose Sourcefabric as its technology partner to develop the publishing platform powering the Local Journalism Initiative (LJI), a five-year, CAD $50 million fund to support local reporting in the country’s news deserts. The LJI project uses Sourcefabric’s Newshub, a client-facing web portal, to deliver... Source: RealWire