In This Issue- Killer Minnow Spotlight, Imperium Product expansion, Featured Marketing Opportunities, Jobs, and More
The creative juices of New London-based Killer Minnow (with a killer logo) are geared towards helping advertising, film, TV, game, interactive and corporate clients with their visual effects, animation and design needs. Working with customers in varied industries such as Hasbro, Pfizer, Garde Arts Center, Connecticut Sun and many others, the company prides itself with great visual content arriving on time and on budget. Check out their cool new Killer Minnow Visual Effects Reel.
In addition to launching its new www.imperium.com corporate website, Westport technology development company Imperium expanded its Verity data validation technology with the launch of Verity+ and other core product upgrades. With Verity+, market research clients can obtain up to twelve points of demographic data for validated individuals.
Connecticut State Police have traveled out of state to Pennsylvania’s WPCS International Incorporated for their in-car digital video system needs. The contract, awarded by the Connecticut Department of Administrative Services, is for up to 400 Panasonic Toughbook – Arbitrator 360°systems to be installed over the next 3 years.
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Private Communications Corporation, a Sherman-based security technology company, launched its flagship Virtual Private Network software Private Wifi. The software is geared towards aiding consumers in protecting themselves if they transmit data over unencrypted public networks. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Management Moves
Over in Milford, Perimeter E-Security brought in Randal Skipper to be the information security and secure messaging service company’s new Executive Vice President of Global Sales, effective immediately. Randal was previously VP of Sales at MessageLabs.
PASSUR Aerospace is looking for some advice. The Stamford business intelligence software company named Peter Bowler to serve as Senior Advisor and Chairman of the Customer Advisory Panel. Peter just retired in 2010 after 26 years with AMR Corporation.
Although more of a New England regional news item, we still wanted to pass on info about the New England CIO Innovation Awards to our Connecticut readers. Mass High Tech is sponsoring an awards program to recognize the accomplishments of CIOs in New England in both for- and non-profit organizations. Awards are to be presented at the New England CIO Innovation Summit in June.
Featured Job Opportunities
Digital marketing company in Stamford, CT is looking to hire a Marketing Director and Marketing Manager with direct response and subscription marketing experience, and a Marketing Analyst to analyze web and mobile metrics. Email resumes in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Database Developer. Siemens IT Solutions and Services, Inc. Norwalk, CT
Software Developer – Surgery (Entry Level). SourceMedical. Wallingford, CT
Software Engineer. SDI International. Hartford, CT
Web IT – Delivery Manager – App Development Director, Application Development Senior Specialist – Enterprise Finance IT and Architecture Senior Specialist – WEB IT – Data – Integration. CIGNA. Bloomfield, CT
Digital Account Manager. Time Warner. Stamford, CT
Manager – Web Design and Software Programming. Pitney Bowes. Shelton, CT
C++ Software Engineer. Interactive Brokers. Greenwich, CT
Embedded Software Engineer. Carrier Corporation (UTC). Farmington, CT
Software Developer. Oracle. Stamford, CT ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~