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On Philly Tech News:
Wayne-based Cloud Communications provider Evolve IP closed another strong year, GM & COO Guy Fardone told me. The company appeared on the 2012 Inc.500 at #321.
Johnson & Johnson is among several area companies installing Worday's SaaS Human Capital Management solution, several job listings indicate.
Massachusetts-based Parexel International acquired Horsham-based clinical trial software maker Liquent for $72 million.
And I looked back on two events in Philly Tech history, Motorola's 2000 acquisition of General Instrument, and Comcast's rebranding of Versus as The NBC Sports Network one year ago.
From other sources:
Wilmington-based InterDigital had a noisy week, extending its licensing agreement with RIM, filing patent infringement complaints against four other device makers, including Samsung, and launching a machine-to-machine focused joint venture with Sony, which also included a patent licensing agreement.
Plymouth Meeting-based supply chain software vendor WAM Systems was acquired by Connecticut-based Triple Point Technology.