ProSlide Technology, FreeBalance, Harris Utilities and Global IQX among local companies recently announcing new agreements.
Guests ride a ProSlide water slide called the "Tornado" at Dreamworld Waterpark in Australia. A similar structure could be featured at the Allotawata Water Park upon its projected completion in 2014.
Ottawa-based waterslide maker ProSlide Technology Inc. has delivered two water rides to Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi, the newest and largest waterpark in the United Arab Emirates. One of the slides is the longest water coaster in the Middle East, at 350 metres. The park is projected to attract 700,000 guests in its first year.
The government of a country in northern South America has chosen FreeBalance software to help it sustain economic growth. FreeBalance, a provider of government resource planning software, will establish a permanent presence in Suriname to support the contract and implement the software to the Ministry of Finance first, followed by all line ministries, sub-national governments and divisions such as public works and education.
Harris Utilities’ meter data management and customer engagement solutions have been chosen by the Coldwater Board of Public Utilities to enhance its engineering, billing and service processes as well as encourage further consumer involvement in conservation programs. Located in southern Michigan, Coldwater BPU delivers water and electric services across 12,500 meters to a population of approximately 10,200 residential, commercial and industrial consumers.
Global IQX Inc. has been chosen by LifeMap Assurance Co. to provide automated proposals and renewals to business partners and employers seeking to purchase the company’s insurance products. The local company is a software provider of business automation and process management for the North American employee benefits industry. LifeMap serves customers across the United States.