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Orchestro, a provider of services designed to help brands make better supply chain decisions using big data, said on Monday it has relocated its headquarters from DC to McLean, after nearly doubling its staff over the past 90 days.
The 2D platform-shooter A.R.E.S. Extinction Agenda, developed by Arcsys, will receive a Xbox 360 port in the near future.
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ABS Capital Partners, a Baltimore-based investment firm focused on late-stage companies in the education services, healthcare, media and communications and technology sectors, said it has led a new $30 million round of funding for New York-based Alloy Digital, owner and operators of several top YouTube channels.
Booker (formerly GramercyOne), a service management platform (SMP) that unifies operations and automated marketing on a single cloud-based system, has been named one of 20 finalists in the "Take the H.E.L.M." competition.
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Washington, DC-based Homesnap is set to unveil a powerful new mobile real estate platform at SXSW Interactive. The company, which was formerly Sawbuck, is calling itself the first real estate platform built specifically for the mobile era.