Chris Hickey, left, president of the Huntington Station-based education technology company Teq, and the company’s CEO Damian Scarfo at Teq headquarters on Monday, April 27, 2015. (Credit: Newsday / John Paraskevas)
Updated April 28, 2015 8:18 PM
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Teq, a Huntington Station-based education technology company, announced Tuesday a new agreement with Smart Technologies to sell its professional development software to kindergarten-12 schools across the United States. (more…)
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