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Our new logo and website are a proud reflection of Pacesetter and the Vivid Vision we've put into place.
Pacesetters from Worcester laced up their sneakers and collectively raised more than $36,000 of the more than $7.
Pacesetter has quick-disconnect fittings on its hydraulic hoses so that the hoses can be removed from the clamps after they are locked closed.
Launched in 2009, Pacesetters is a cohort of organizations, universities and colleges that collaborate and set an aggressive pace for building and diversifying the nation's computing pipeline.
The Pacesetter award is a very competitive and highly coveted award, and we are delighted to present it to Dr.
When the founders of Nebraska's Pacesetter Corporation sold two divisions to its management team this past spring, they also looked to divest their corporate real estate.
Pacesetter president Paul Pace helped found the other company five years ago.
Arcadia Solutions, a leading provider of data-driven Health IT services, announced today it placed fifth on the Boston Business Journal's 2012 Pacesetter list.
Ranked as the 8th fastest growing private company in Massachusetts, the Pacesetter Award places among some of the region's most innovative companies.
New for 2012 - the Top 5 fastest growing firms in two categories, as defined by 2011 revenue figures and percent of growth, have been named Elite Pacesetters, with Enservio earning the distinguished ranking as a Powerhouse Elite Pacesetter.