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BEVERLY, MA (PRWEB) June 04, 2015

Project Adventure, Inc. announced today that Hadley Solomon has been selected as the organization’s new Director of Marketing and Communications. Hadley will primarily be responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive strategic marketing plan.

“Project Adventure is poised at a unique moment in the organization’s evolution and we are excited to welcome Hadley in this leadership role,” said Richard Ross, Project Adventure’s Executive Director and CEO. “We are confident that her experience, insight and knowledge will add considerable value to Project Adventure as we continue to work at promoting the organization’s mission of providing leadership in the expansion of educational, adventure-based programming.”

Prior to joining Project Adventure, Hadley worked as a Marketing Programs Manager at the Massachusetts Port Authority. During her tenure at Massport, she managed advertising campaigns for airlines that were newly acquired by Logan International Airport, oversaw the Logan Public Art Program, produced events for internal and external stakeholders, and helped launch and then administered the airport’s social media presence. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies and Film Studies from Columbia University.

About Project Adventure, Inc.

Project Adventure is an international, 501(c)3 non-profit organization, headquartered in Massachusetts. They offer experience-based adventure programs and workshops designed to meet the needs of a variety of age groups and organizations. Whether working in a general or physical education classroom or on a challenge course, Project Adventure staff specializes in providing individuals with the tools necessary to challenge themselves to grow by overcoming perceived limitations.

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Posted by BlairMABEL25 February - 22 - 2015 ADD COMMENTS

Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) October 20, 2014

Field Dailies, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application for the telecommunications industry, announced today the commercial availability of Field Dailies 2.0, which offers carriers, original equipment manufacturers (OEM), and system integrators, a real-time, field crew data collection and management platform that reduces project close-out processes by up to 70%. Field Dailies 2.0 offers automated geocoded tower photo labeling, digital signature, job safety analysis (JSA), hospital locator, and real-time data analytics that includes individual project milestone tracking, site location, total hours worked per site and percentage of completion.

“Field Dailies 2.0 is ideal for LTE, DAS, and small cell deployment because the platform automates and centralizes the collection of tower crew information on a real-time basis” said Field Dailies CEO Jim Duff. “More importantly, we standardize the installation and project close out process while offering the ability to seamlessly flow site deployment data to and from the carrier, the system integrator and the field crew.”

“It’s just so much faster this way. When my boss asks for a report and for detailed progress, I look at the report and there it is. It definitely speeds up the process.” said Ashley Murphy, MPI Industries.

As a cloud-based solution, Field Dailies 2.0 is available on a per-user basis for as low as $ 65 per month, on an enterprise basis or as a turnkey managed field data management solution, which includes a full-time headcount to prepare client close-out packages.

Field Dailies 2.0 most popular applications include:

Field crew reporting
Picture transfer with standardized labeling convention
Tape drop
Geocoded job safety analysis (JSA) with electronic signature
Site audit
Secure content and file sharing on

For more information about Field Dailies 2.0, please click on one of the links below:

Request demonstration
Sign-up for 14 day free trial
Download white paper

About Field Dailies

Built by seasoned tower crew veterans, specifically for tower crew professionals, Field Dailies provides cloud based, wireless telecom field data solutions that automate, centralize and standardize network deployments resulting in increased safety, cash flows and field crew productivity for carriers, system integrators and original equipment manufacturers (OEM).

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Rubicon Project Celebrates IPO on the New York Stock Exchange

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NSF Awards Million to Environmental Science Data Project
Many common species have experienced significant population declines within the last 40 years. Suggested causes include habitat loss and climate change, however to fully understand bird distribution relative to the environment, extensive data are needed.
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iWorm Hack Shows Macs Are Vulnerable Too
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Decline in PC Sales Starts to Slow; Largest Makers See Growth
“While others have been looking for a game plan that works, we have been executing ours and the results speak for themselves,” Yang Yuanqing, chairman and chief executive of Lenovo, said in a statement distributed to the press. “We are confident our …
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