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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Swan Island Networks is partnering with Microsoft's CityNext program to solve major urban problems.

Swan Island software has historically been aimed at large multinational companies and used by executives in command centers to gather information from various sources and track items such as weather, supply chain, employee travel and world events.

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