Join Purple Forge at IBM World of Watson for a talk on “Community Engagement and Self-Service in the Age of Cognitive Computing, Mobile and IoT”
Tuesday, 5:00 PM – 5:45 PM | South Pacific B | Session ID: 2678A
Purple Forge’s CEO was interviewed by the Ottawa Business Journal for an article reflecting on Nortel and Bell Northern Research.
“That camaraderie and the culture of Nortel and BNR still exists today amongst the people who worked there,” he says. “We all tend to help each other out.”
Now CEO of a software company called Purple Forge, he says his memories of Nortel are bittersweet.
“First and foremost, it’s pride – pride in the people, the technology, what we achieved as an organization and what we had the potential to achieve, and the challenges we overcame along the way,” says Mr. Hurley, whose attachment to the firm that employed him for 15 years still endures: He chose the name Purple Forge partly as an homage to BNR, which had a purple logo.
The Texas Public Policy Foundation’s (TPPF) Fueling Freedom Project rolled out its first mobile app to allow iPhone and Android users to follow up-to-the-minute developments in climate and energy policy. The app brings nine specific portals to mobile users, including feeds for global satellite temperature reports, climate policy news, and relevant social media links, among others.
Ottawa, Canada, June 27, 2016 (Newswire.com) – Purple Forge has updated both the Apple and Android version of the Official Canada Day mobile application. The app includes all the major Canada Day celebration schedules across Canada, a postcard feature to create and share the joy and happiness that is Canada Day, and other useful stuff […]
The 68th Annual National Institute of Public Administration Canada (IPAC) Conference will be held on June 26-29, 2016 at the Fairmount Royal York, Toronto. The Conference will explore the critical relationship between ‘principles’ and ‘practices’ and how, together, they contribute to ‘possibilities’.
Join Purple Forge at IPAC for the “Unleashing Innovation through Canadian Ecosystems and Open Data” panel session. Brian Hurley, President and CEO of Purple Forge will participate on the panel session and share experiences with recent government deployments.