Growing the number of Fix It Forward shops helps support the efforts of the Fix It Forward Ministry, a nonprofit that repairs and donates vehicles to people in need, Fix It Forward co-owner Matthew Carlson says.
Diversification has long been on the agenda for West Fargo's Assembly Systems. For too long, branch manager Jeff Manuel said, the company had been reliant on a small group of clients. Thanks to a new facility which opened in 2021, Assembly Systems aims to bring on new business in the form of medical devices, autonomous vehicles, drones and beyond.
If you have been through building or remodeling a home, you know how hard it is to visualize what a kitchen or living room will look like from a blueprint. But technology has changed everything, and a Fargo software developer has turned home building into a video game.
After nearly two years in business, owner Chris Partridge is looking for a new shop. The rental costs of his previous five-bay facility proved too high for the business's revenues. “All I can say is be patient,” he told customers. “As soon as I can afford to do it, it’ll come back.”
The software technology company already creates digital scale tickets and contracts for farmers and facilities like elevators and co-ops. Now, the company has added a digital payment platform: Bushel Wallet.
In February, the news broke that Mayo Clinic would not treat patients covered by UnitedHealthcare’s Medicare Advantage insurance plan. The two Minnesota health care giants have now “reached an agreement on a new, multi-year network relationship.”