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2015 Corporate Sponsors

Here are some of the sponsors for the 2015 SRC event.

goldman-sachs_3-realGoldman Sachs
The Goldman Sachs Group is a leading global investment banking, securities, and investment management firm. They provide a range of services worldwide to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, etc. The large technology division in Utah is comprised of units that are aligned either directly to the firm’s business and collaborate technology needs, or maintain the fundamental infrastructure of the firm. For more detailed information please go to www.gs.com/careers.

 

Adobe-LogoAdobe
Whether it’s an app, a video, a digital magazine, or a website, chances are it was touched by Adobe technology. Their tools and services enable customers to create groundbreaking digital content, deploy it across media and devices, and continually measure and optimize it based on user data. Adobe helps businesses improve their communication, strengthen their brands, and ultimately achieve greater business success by providing complete solutions that combine digital media creation with data-driven marketing.

 

13d0955Xactware
Xactware provides computer software solutions for professionals involved in estimating all phases of building and repair. These phases include anything from remodeling to totally replacing a building and from determining the cost of rebuilding a structure to preserving and repairing a home. Xactware also provides tools to estimate personal property repairs, and more. Xactware reinvests heavily in research and development as well as in the quality of people who develop its products.

 

Untitled-3Moxtek
Today, Moxtek is a leader in the design, development, and manufacturing of inorganic wire grid optical polarizers. They are also a leading manufacturer of miniature x-ray sources, detectors, and windows. From advances in consumer electronics to scientific instrumentation, Moxtek contributes to better optical displays, screening for hazardous substances, recycling, mining, and new scientific discovery.

 

LDS Information and Communication Services Department (ICS)
Church department charged with providing technology services for the Church worldwide