• Swear Jar Month 2014

    Swear Jar Month!

    Another Swear Jar Month has come and gone. This February was one of the coldest in recent memory, which likely contributed to the large total raised for the Women in Need Society. We also mixed things up, encouraging Jay Gohill to go an entire day without swearing – which was met with much skepticism from our staff who bet $390 that he wouldn’t succeed.

  • TechCarr

    A Fresh Collaboration at our Houston Office With New Tech/Carr Environmental

    We are pleased to be working with New Tech/Carr Environmental Group, a Houston based environmental consulting group. NTCEG specializes in providing the oil and gas industry with environmental solutions to meet ever-changing regulatory requirements. NTCEG is streamlining their Green House Gas data collection, processing and submission. Arcurve, in collaboration with Peloton Software, created a custom data import/export solution that integrates to NTCEG’s emission calculator to facilitate their data submissions to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

  • Arcurvians embracing Winter

    Arcurvians Embracing Winter

    Sure, it’s winter, but you just can’t stay inside the whole time, can you? Check here to see how a bunch of the Arcurve folks are embracing winter. Show shoes, skis, Maui... You get the picture!

  • Blitz Day 2013

    YYC Tech Gives Blitz Day

    December 19th was Blitz Day at the CBC – Arcurve joined YYCTech Gives in presenting a bigcheque to the Calgary Food Bank, for $127,000!

  • Spam Cup 2013

    Spam Cup 2013

    Arcurve joined 13 teams from Calgary’s tech community at the Calgary Interfaith Food Bank at 7 a.m. on December 3 for a chance to take home the cup. The teams sorted food items to make up Christmas hampers for Calgary families in need.

  • MOcurve


    The Arcurve Movember team “Mocurve” just completed a successful month of fundraising, with 15 team members raising a grand total of $7,407.

  • Spam Cup Qualifiers 2013

    Spam Cup Qualifiers

    For our internal qualifier to determine who would be representing Arcurve at the Spam Cup, we had a competition a couple weeks back – who could create the “best” structure, made entirely out of non-perishable items (the preference of course being spam!).