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SS&C bows out of U.K. pursuit

Matt Pilon |

Windsor's SS&C Technologies Holdings said Tuesday that it doesn't plan to make an official offer for a London-based financial software and services provider.

Parties sharply divided over higher ed, labor costs, transportation

KEITH M. PHANEUF AND JACQUELINE RABE THOMAS | CT MIRROR | 1

Democrats and Republicans have offered sharply contrasting spending plans for the next fiscal year. While they share some common ground involving municipal aid and health care for the elderly and...

Global tech startups ink demos through Hartford's InsurTech Accelerator

Joe Cooper |

Five global insurance technology startups have inked pilot agreements with Hartford and national leading insurance companies.

Windsor's SS&C completes $5.4B DST purchase

Joe Cooper |

Windsor fintech SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. has completed its $5.4 billion purchase of Missouri-based financial services and healthcare technology firm DST.

CT, Stanley offer $50K 'smart factory' prize

Gregory Seay |

The state's leading technology promoter and New Britain manufacturer Stanley Black & Decker are offering as much as $50,000 in a funding competition open to “smart factory'' innovators.

New Z-Medica chief eyes focused growth

Matt Pilon |

Eric B. Compton has worked for major healthcare companies with billions of dollars in annual sales, such as Johnson & Johnson and Hologic.

State approves $14M to bring Infosys, 1,000 tech jobs to Hartford

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

The State Bond Commission approved financing Friday to provide $14 million to Infosys, an India-based information technology company developing a new training and innovation hub in Hartford as part...

Hartford IT vendor expands downtown

Matt Pilon |

A Hartford information-technology services vendor says its grown its downtown office footprint by about two-thirds, in the Hartford Trust Building.

SS&C: Salentica merger spurs growth

Joe Cooper |

Windsor fintech SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. said it has grown its client base by more than 40 percent since acquiring New York-based Salentica in 2016.

Horizon Tech inks $100M KeyBank credit line

Gregory Seay |

Farmington specialty lender Horizon Technology finance Corp. says it signed with Ohio's KeyBank for a five-year, $100 million revolving credit line to continue funding venture loans to technology,...

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