Business News including New Offices and Management Changes
MAPLE GLEN, Pa. -- iConcepts, Inc., makers of leading Offer in Compromise software, announced today the release of OIC Tax Planner 2010. More comprehensive, powerful and flexible, the software has been completely redesigned. Dynamic updates can be made directly from the Web. And for tax offices with multiple users, an easily installable network version is also available.
WARWICK, R.I. -- EduTyping, a new and innovative keyboarding software for schools, is rewriting the rules for students and teachers' keyboarding classrooms. B.E. Publishing's EduTyping requires no textbooks or paper; it's strictly online technology that provides students with the flexibility of doing assignments at school or home by simply logging in with a user name and password.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- Del Mar DataTrac, Inc. (DMD), the leading provider of affordable mortgage lending automation solutions, and an industry pioneer in business intelligence, document imaging and management, and loan process workflow tools, will exhibit and demonstrate its 'zero defect' mortgage lending workflow automation platform and electronic document management system, DataTrac, at the 2010 ICBA National Convention in Orlando.
IDS Hears from Lenders One Conference that Top Concerns for Doc Prep Solutions Include Compliance Review, Document Delivery
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah -- Based on feedback received at the Lenders One Mortgage Cooperative Winter Member Conference in Orlando earlier this month, mortgage document preparation vendor International Document Services (IDS) learned that when it comes to doc prep functionality, compliance review capabilities and document delivery mechanisms are at the top of lenders' wish lists.
iGivingWorld is a new Social Networking Platform Bridging the Gap between Foundations and Philanthropists
NASSAU, Bahamas -- It was the Clinton Global Initiative in New York that inspired Jane Siebels, founder iGivingWorld, to create an invitation-only, secure social media Web site to connect philanthropists and foundations around the globe. While there were so many people who attended the Global initiative, there were still so many more people to connect.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- SecuGen, the world's leading optical fingerprint device vendor, is pleased to announce the availability of the SecuGen iD-USB SC, a combined fingerprint reader and smart card reader. The iD-USB SC is a ready to use USB device that facilitates dual-factor authentication right out of the box. The new unit is targeted at the rapidly growing number of projects and applications that combine fingerprint biometrics with smart cards.
ATLANTA, Ga. -- The President and CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, George M. Israel III, will speak on March 30 to the state's largest association of business brokers, GABB, on ways Georgia can recover economically by remaining a place where businesses can thrive. The Georgia Association of Business Brokers (GABB) is the state's only professional organization and Multiple Listing Service dedicated to buying and selling businesses and franchises.
NAPLES, Fla. -- Naples Hotel Development and Management Co. announces the formation of Naples Hotel Group (NHG), a fully integrated Hotel Management, Turnaround, and Development company with offices in Naples, Houston and Vero Beach. The new company will provide years of experience, expertise, and proven abilities to hotel owners and operators throughout the United States.
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Authernative, Inc., a leading developer of innovative user authentication and identity management technologies, announced today that it recently has been granted three patents, two from the United States Patent Office and one from the Japanese Patent Office for its user authentication methods.
Introducing Aerial Circus Theater, a new theater movement now being performed in New York City by Suspended Cirque
NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Suspended Cirque is New York City's first Aerial Circus Theater troupe. Aerial Circus Theater, sometimes called 'Nouveau Cirque,' has already become an established performance genre outside of the U.S. thanks to performance companies like Cirkus Cirkor of Sweden, Seven Fingers and Cirque Eloize of Canada, and the Thieree family of France. Using narrative, song and choreography along with the circus acts, these troupes create their shows through the individuality and the artistry of the performers.