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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Portland tech company Viewpoint Construction Software plans to move into new offices next year after a $20 million renovation.

Despite having 450 employees and revenues approaching $100 million a year, Viewpoint has been relatively anonymous in its home city. That may be because its software -- administrative and operational tools for contractors -- has little resonance beyond its core industry.

Moreover, Viewpoint says it's contemplating an initial public offering as early as next year -- potentially the first Oregon tech IPO in a decade. It would be an enormous milestone for the state as the tech sector continues its rebound from a long, debilitating slumber.

Read more at OregonLive.com.


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