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    UTC's Re-Empower Program featured on Good Morning America

    Good Morning America

    Last year, Kelly Thompson decided to return to work after taking time off to care for her family. Though she worried about transitioning back into the workplace and keeping up with some of the changes in technology, she didn't let those concerns stop her from joining UTC's Re-Empower Program.   More

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    UTC ranks among Forbes' list of top 100 Best Employers for Women


    United Technologies is proud to rank among Forbes' top 100 Best Employers for Women.  More

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    United Technologies chooses Microsoft Cloud to enhance customer experience and accelerate digital transformation

    Microsoft Corp.

    Microsoft Corp. and United Technologies Corp. (UTC) (NYSE: UTX) on Wednesday announced a strategic agreement that will create a differentiated customer and employee experience using intelligent technology innovation.   More

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    Microsoft Azure, United Technologies to partner on IoT, field and customer service, smart buildings


    United Technologies, which is behind brands such as Otis, Carrier and Pratt & Whitney, will use Microsoft's Azure platform and software as part of its digital transformation effort.  More

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    Pratt And Whitney Surges U.S. Hiring As Bet On Geared Turbofan Pays Off

    The aircraft engine unit of United Technologies is hiring thousands of manufacturing employees in the U.S. as its breakthrough Geared Turbofan technology transforms the global aircraft propulsion market. Pratt & Whitney has brought on 4,500 new employees over the last 18 months at plants in Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania and elsewhere, and says the number of new hires will rise to 25,000 by 2025.  More

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    Hungry for innovation? Launch your own incubator

    United Technologies Corp. (UTC), for one, is investing $300 million in a digital accelerator, essentially a technology startup nestled in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn, N.Y. UTC, whose businesses make such machines as jet engines and elevators, aims to woo 250 people with expertise in key technology areas, including product management, user experience design, software development, data science, analytics and cybersecurity, according to CIO Vince Campisi, who joined the company from General Electric last year.  More