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  • IBM, Fluor and the University of South Carolina Team to Create Innovation Center


    Date added: 2014-11-21


    IBM, the University of South Carolina (USC) and Fluor Corporation today announced the formation of the Center for Applied Innovation to provide application services to both public and private sector organizations across North America with specialties in the areas of analytics and higher education industry solutions. As part of the initiative, the organizations will collaborate on tailored IT curricula and advanced analytic techniques for personalized learning. (seated from left) Mark Easton, Vice President, Industry Solution Sales, IBM Software Group; Cameron Art, General Manager of Application Management Services, IBM Global Business Services; Harris Pastides, President, USC; Gene Warr, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, USC (standing from left) David Miller, Director, Application Management Services North America, IBM Global Business Services; Andy Bernardin, Director of Enterprise Sales for South Carolina and Public Sector in North Carolina, IBM; Bill Hogue, Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, USC; Steve Benjamin, Mayor of Columbia, South Carolina. (Credit: USC)

     

     










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