Posts tagged “SciQuest”
Alcatel mulls sale; McCrory at NCTA; Compuware board; SciQuest conference; Novartis-Japan probe; Sanofi $700M drug buy; Red Hat-backed case to high court
In our Bulldog blog's tech and life science news update: Alcatel-Lucent considers hardware sale; N.C. governor to address NCTA event; Compuware shakes up its board to avoid proxy fight; SciQuest sets annual conference with hockey hero Mike Eruzione as a speaker; Novartis faces inquiry over drug in Japan; Sanofi pays $700M for drug; Red Hat-backed patent case appeal to be heard by the Supreme Court.
Electronic purchasing and spend management software company SciQuest (NASDAQ:SQI) reported a third quarter loss of $1.8 million, which the company attributed to the expected impact of its recent acquisitions.
SciQuest CEO Stephen Wiehe said Colorado and Oregon are the only states that have not followed through on implementing the software after initially signing up. He said the risk other states would do the same is low.
Dennis Gillings, who started Quintiles in a trailer more than 30 years ago, rings the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange today to celebrate the giant's return to public markets. Stephen Wiehe, who led SciQuest through a similar private-to-public Odyssey, recalls the "humbling" ringing bell honor.
Inside the Bulldog blog: Sensus whitepaper says smartgrid technology can save utilities billions; Red Hat lands SAP certification; SciQuest upgrades eprocurement product; Maintec opens new data center; Bandwidth.com subsidiary Inetwork lands an e911 deal.
Inside the Bulldog Blog: SciQuest wins deal with Tennessee universities; Excel4apps targets SAP users; KnowledgeTree ups data security; DARA seeks orphan status for drug; FairPoint sells Idaho operations
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