It seems we are really getting a lot of press attention this year, and we’re thankful for it. We were profiled in NC Business Magazine last month. You can read the full article here.
Once during a magazine interview, I heard a phrase that really rang true with me. ”Tech for Tech’s sake.” Basically, it means having a piece of software do something just because the unit it’s running on has the capability. I sometimes watch movie trailers on my iphone, and I also take pictures with the same [...]
As the popularity of mobile applications grows, so does the inclusion of vultures in the development marketplace. Many of these companies have no intention of causing you or your idea harm, however in many cases they just can’t help themselves. No matter how vast their coding experience they just don’t have the proper tools to [...]
ToraLab and Crescent were once again a part of another Engineering News Record article concerning application development in construction. You can read about it here.
Our team recently completed development on an iOS release for a major European and US construction company. We’ll be announcing the details via press release very soon.
ToraLab President Julian Clayton is back in the news again, this time he was mentioned in the McGraw-Hill publication Engineering News Record. Tudor Van Hampton wrote a great article on the increased presence of tablets on construction sites. Read the article here.
As most of you know, ToraLab is a division of Crescent Construction Services. Our president, Julian Clayton, still holds a position on that side of the biz as VP of Technology & Development. Read about him and some of the work we’ve done here.