Monthly Archives: November 2020

Netradyne’s Remote Monitoring Tech is Increasingly Useful in a Limited Contact World

With a global pandemic limiting in-person training and coaching, Netradyne’s remote fleet monitoring technology couldn’t have come at a better time. The technology, which was originally designed for monitoring trucks on the road, is now being used to coach and train drivers while direct contact is inadvisable.

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Sigma Co-Founder and CTO on the Current Data Gold Rush

There’s been an explosion of data in the last few years, so much so that it’s become difficult for companies to keep up. In order to make the best data-driven decisions possible, useful data needs to be sorted out from the junk. That’s where companies like Sigma Computing come in.

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The Venture City CEO Challenges Corporate America to “Lead by Example”

Speaking to Fast Company as part of its New New Rules of Business series, Laura González-Estéfani, president & CEO of The Venture City, wasn’t afraid to be direct.

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Former eHarmony CEO On the Overlap Between Online Dating and His New “Airbnb” of Warehousing Role

What does warehouse management and online dating have in common? More than you might think, according to Warehouse Exchange CEO Grant Langston.

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Spark Named One of America’s Best PR Agencies by Forbes

We’re extremely proud to say that Forbes has put Spark on its 2021 list of America’s Best PR Agencies.

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