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On October 21, 2020, the Company announced that it had been awarded a Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) research and development project subcontract based on Boardwalk's digital ledger solution to track and ensure food safety and prevent food contamination to U.S. military and officials stationed overseas. On November 11, 2020, the Company closed a $1.3 million non-brokered private placement. On November 11, 2020, the Company announced that it had completed an amendment with its existing investor, SQN Venture Income Fund LP, to: extend the maturity to January 1, 2023, extend the interest-only period of the loan by six months to February 28, 2021, and a reset of the interest rate to 14.95%. "Boardwalktech continues to see its pipeline grow despite experiencing some extension of our sales cycle as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic," said Andrew T. Duncan, CEO of Boardwalktech. "While total revenue may have declined slightly in the quarter, revenue from new SaaS contracts continues to grow as we see a larger proportion of our revenue base being made up of high-quality, sticky, recurring SaaS license revenue. This strategy of driving growth from new enterprise licenses is the direct result of the new business model we implemented in 2018 – to focus on establishing ourselves as a pure SaaS organization and we are pleased to see Boardwalktech gaining customer traction with this approach. The decline is directly attributable to a decrease in professional services and revenue from some legacy contracts (hosting and stand-alone services) as we continue to migrate these legacy customers towards our enterprise licensing model." Mr.

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How Phil Mickelson rescued The Match 3 venue from financial duress The Stone Canyon Club will get it's TV debut Friday during The Match 3. As with each iteration of The Match series, the host course becomes part of the story, and The Match 3 is no different. The Stone Canyon Club is set to host Phil Mickelson, Charles Barkley, Peyton Manning and Stephen Curry Friday , and viewers watching at home will really get their first look at the property.  One factoid that viewers will likely learn about is that this course wasn’t always destined to host made for TV events. In fact, it was Mickelson himself who helped save Stone Canyon from financial ruin. The mid-2000s financial crisis hit the golf industry particularly hard, and Stone Canyon was no different. As detailed in this feature by BizTuscon , the club was included in a family trust and longing for a true golf owner. Would it find one and thrive as a result? Nothing was guaranteed in golf course ownership in the late 2000s and early 2010s.  All of our market picks are independently selected and active curated by the editorial team. If you buy a linked product, GOLF.COM may earn a fee. Pricing may vary. As it turned out Mickelson was exactly the type of owner Stone Canyon needed.