Two firms win Flatley Challenge

The competition awards a year of free office rent at the Flatley’s Gateway Hills development in Nashua and $10,000



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Pilera Software, an online property management software company, and SMTP, a cloud-based email delivery service, have been named the winners of the 2014 Flatley Challenge, which is designed to help entrepreneurs in the fields of IT, communications, storage, connectivity, robotics, medical devices, life sciences and other leading-edge technologies.

Sponsored by The John Flatley Company, the competition awards a year of free office rent at the company’s Gateway Hills development in Nashua and a $10,000 cash prize to be used for fit-up, connectivity or related business costs.

“At Gateway Hills, we are carrying on a tradition of innovation that Digital Equipment began in the 1980s,” said Thomas Smith, vice president of leasing at the firm.  “We believe that both winners demonstrate potential for growth and long-term success. Both firms will add considerable value to the mission of Gateway Hills and we’re excited to have them as part of our community here.”

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