Posts Tagged ‘ software ’

Cyncly Appoints Niemczyk-Savage as Chief People and Culture Officer

Dec 11th, 2023

Cyncly, a global provider of software and content solutions, has announced the appointment of Weronika Niemczyk-Savage as chief people and culture officer (CPCO). In this role, Niemczyk-Savage leads programs to acquire, develop, and retain top talent to enable Cyncly’s sustained growth.  “Cyncly’s greatest asset is our global team of talented, motivated industry experts,” said David […]

Challenges Facing Small Business Owners Seeking to Vertically Integrate

Apr 20th, 2023

With the supply chain interruptions that we have all experienced over the past two years, many of the smaller window shops and glass shops are now seeking to vertically integrate. Tired of long lead times, quality issues and cost increases associated with outsourcing windows and even insulating glass, these smaller businesses are looking into taking […]

New Appointments and Promotions at GED

May 23rd, 2022

GED Integrated Solutions (GED), manufacturer of insulating glass (IG) systems, vinyl window systems, and software, continues to grow with new-hires and internal promotions. The company recently announced two internal promotions in the project management and vinyl engineering groups. Tom Boser has moved into his new role as a project manager in the sales application department […]

Equipment and Software Investment Growth Forecast Upgraded to 4.2 Percent

Apr 3rd, 2014

Investment in equipment and software is expected to grow 4.2 percent in 2014, according to the second-quarter update to the 2014 Equipment Leasing and Finance U.S. Economic Outlook released by the Equipment Leasing and Finance Foundation. The foundation increased its 2014 equipment and software investment forecast to 4.2 percent, up from 3.1 percent growth forecast […]

Software Conference Opens in Ohio

Jun 10th, 2013

Software developer Fenetech opened its 11th Annual Users Conference in Aurora, Ohio, with a “Back to Basics” theme. The event attracted approximately 100 users of the company’s software in both the glass and fenestration industries. “We did the first conference just about 11 years ago,” said company president Ron Crowl, “and we didn’t have any […]