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LiveOps to open new offices at SkySong


LiveOps, the global leader in cloud contact center and customer service solutions, is opening new offices at SkySong, The ASU Innovation Center. LiveOps, headquartered in Austin, Texas, supports a wide range of industries, including financial, health care, insurance, retail and high tech, revolutionizing the way traditional call centers interact with customers. LiveOps serves more than… Read More →

Booker expands tech operations to Scottsdale


Booker, the leading platform for service commerce, announces plans to expand their operations to Scottsdale. With headquarters in New York City, and offices in Orange County, Calif. and Singapore, Booker’s decision to grow into Scottsdale at SkySong is a great addition to the companies who have already selected SkySong to grow. Booker’s platform allows services… Read More →

ASU revises royalty policy, more proceeds to researchers


Arizona State University researchers with inventions licensed to existing companies or to form new startups will be entitled to a larger share of the proceeds under a new university policy developed by the Intellectual Property and Institutional Review Committee and approved by President Michael Crow. Under the previous policy, net licensing proceeds (after administrative and… Read More →

Obama appoints ASU leader to National Science Board


Sethuraman “Panch” Panchanathan, Arizona State University’s senior vice president of the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development and a key member of ASU’s research and innovation efforts, has been appointed to the U.S. National Science Board by President Barack Obama. Panchanathan is the first American of Indian origin to be appointed to this preeminent board, which… Read More →

GPEC puts together a science and technology strategy

by in Business News | Tech

Even when the state was known for copper, cattle and citrus, Arizona has relied on being an innovator to drive its economy. “Arizona’s economic position has historically been defined by science and technology,” says Steven M. Shope, president of Mesa-based Sandia Research Corporation, “especially if you look back to the 1940s and 1950s, when the… Read More →

SciTech Festival Spotlights Arizona As Growing Power In Science, Technology

Arizona SciTech Festival - AZ Business Magazine January/February 2012
by in AZ Business Magazine | Events | Tech

Techno party: SciTech Festival will put spotlight on Arizona as a growing power in science and technology Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer says there is no better way to launch the state’s second century than by creating future leaders in industries that Brewer sees as crucial for the state’s economic vitality. “Arizona is an emerging world… Read More →