The South Carolina company that last year acquired Cool Springs-based MedSolutions has changed the combined venture's name to eviCore healthcare. The company, which announced the move at the AHIP conference being held at the Music City Center, now employs more than 3,000 people.
Construction technology company Trimble plans to put a foot on the ground in Nashville soon via a distribution partner that is based in St. Louis. BuildingPoint Mid-America has been formed by bringing together three dealers that do business in six states, marketing hardware, software, consulting, virtual design and construction services, personalized training and technical support. Read more here.
Silicon Ranch Corp. has signed a deal with a Georgia green-energy cooperative to sell the entire output of its largest-ever project, a 52-megawatt solar array west of Savannah. The agreement with Green Power EMC, which supplies renewable energy to 38 utilities in Georgia, will cover 600 acres and service about 8,500 households. Silicon Ranch and Green Power EMC also are finalizing work on a 20-megawatt complex that will come online this fall.
Once completed, the 52 MW array will generate more than 134 million kilowatt hours of clean, renewable electricity annually. That amount of clean energy offsets 92,500 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions, equivalent to the annual emissions from burning 10,400,000 gallons of gasoline, or put another way, the emissions from more than 19,500 passenger cars.
Read more about the project here.
EventaGlobal has acquired GroupOnomics and rebranded as Groups360.
Financial terms of the deal involving what had been two Nashville-based entities were not disclosed in a release.
The brand change, according to the release, signifies the company’s focus on both hotels and meeting planners.
In 2014, Kemp Gallineau teamed with Groups360 Chairman David Kloeppel, formerly COO and president of Gaylord Entertainment. Together, they determined that lack of transparency, information and trust creates unnecessary costs when booking meetings.
“Let’s face it — the RFP process is broken," Gallineau, chief executive officer of the new company, said in the release. "Groups360 fixes it. We estimate that problems with how business is done now have ballooned into $7 billion in inefficiencies every year."
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