Cox Business honors 3 R.I. companies for tech innovation

THE RHODE ISLAND Veterans Home in Bristol was recently honored by Cox Business for technology innovation. From left: Craig Dwyer, senior policy adviser to Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee; Ross Nelson, vice president, Cox Business; Rep. Susan R. Donovan, D-Bristol; Kasim Yarn, director, R.I. Veteran Affairs; Donna St. Angelo, chairwoman, Rhode Island Veterans Home Family Council; Sen. Walter S. Felag Jr., D-Bristol; Rick Baccus, director, Rhode Island Veterans Home; and Bristol Town Administrator Steven Contente. / COURTESY COX BUSINESS
WEST WARWICK – Cox Business, the commercial division of Cox Communications Inc., recently hosted its second annual “Smart Technology. Smarter Business” tour. Cox representatives visited three Rhode Island companies that are using technology in ways that generate revenue and improve efficiencies. The honorees included Kingston Turf Farms in South Kingstown, Steingold Volvo Cars in Pawtucket…

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