• Edge Technologies (CTRL) has been awarded a contract for its edgeCore platform to help the Idaho Environmental Coalition
  • The edgeCore platform will help facilitate effective decision-making as part of the coalition’s Idaho Clean-up mission
  • The company designed its edgeCore platform to help customers “sustain situational awareness” with its real-time digital operations
  • The Idaho Environmental Coalition deals with cleanup operations at the Idaho National Laboratory site
  • Edge Technologies (CTRL) is up 0.97 per cent, trading at $1.04 per share as of 2:28 p.m. EST

Digital operation solutions company, Edge Technologies (CTRL), has been awarded a contract with the Idaho Environmental Coalition.

The company’s edgeCore platform will help facilitate effective decision-making as part of the coalition’s Idaho Clean-up mission.

Additionally, the company designed its edgeCore software to help customers “sustain situational awareness” and fast-track data-supported actions with its real-time digital operations.

The Idaho Environmental Coalition deals with cleanup operations at the Idaho National Laboratory site. The coalition’s team is known for accelerating cleanup in support of reducing environmental liabilities in a safe, compliant, and cost-effective way.

The company’s platform has multiple applications

According to the company, global enterprises, service providers, and governments are can increase profits when using insight tools with their actions for effortless experiences. Using the company’s platform’s low-code development capability and composable experiences allows this goal to be achieved.

Jim Barrett, CEO of Edge Technologies, commented,

“This award builds on our prior work and expertise with program teams for U.S. Pentagon renovation, U.S. Army’s PEO Soldier, U.S. Navy’s Pacific Fleet, and NATO Cybersecurity.”

Edge Technologies (CTRL) is up 0.97 per cent, trading at $1.04 per share as of 2:28 p.m. EST.


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