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  • Chairman of Prescient explains why his company chose downtown Durham for its headquarters

    Prescient, a Colorado construction software company, announced on Wednesday, July 12, that it was moving its headquarters from the Denver area to Durham. The company is also hiring at its recently opened manufacturing facility in Mebane.

Chairman of Prescient explains why his company chose downtown Durham for its headquarters

Prescient, a Colorado construction software company, announced on Wednesday, July 12, that it was moving its headquarters from the Denver area to Durham. The company is also hiring at its recently opened manufacturing facility in Mebane.
Zachery Eanes zeanes@heraldsun.com