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August 2010

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Projecturf Offers Collaboration & Project Management Software for SMBs

2524 characters Developed as a web-based application, Projecturf 2.0 is a new breed of project management software for small and medium-sized businesses as well as freelancers. Projecturf offers an easy-to-use and customizable interface with unlimited data storage. This one-of-a-kind software provides an intuitive interface with project management and collaboration features that help streamline tasks […]

CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business — CorpSystem Sales Tax Office & Sales Tax Returns Online

5789 characters 800-630-2218 CCH offers several sales and use tax-focused applications through its CorpSystem business tax and management suite, with the primary systems divided between rates lookup and calculation, and preparation. The CorpSystem Sales Tax Office program is available as an on-premise installed solution, providing direct integration with the business’ sales and accounting software […]

2010 review of ImagineTime, Inc. — ImagineTime Practice Management

6316 characters 877-520-2525 ImagineTime offers several industry-specific practice management suites, including versions for tax and accounting professionals, attorneys, and engineers. Available modules include time and billing, due date management, contact management, staff scheduling and document management. Basic System Functions ImagineTime is developed in Microsoft Access, so users who are familiar with Access applications will […]

2010 review of Sage North America — Timeslips by Sage 2010

866-870-7817 Timeslips by Sage 2010 has been around for more than 20 years, providing effective time and billing functionality to a variety of service-based professions. Industry-specific templates are available for tax and accounting professionals, attorneys, engineers, consultants, etc. Basic System Functions Considerable customization is available through the setup menus, for customization of terminology suitable […]


Conducting an Effective Drip Marketing Campaign

Like the drip-drip-drip of water in a leaky faucet, drip marketing campaigns promote a company’s services or products through a stretched-out, methodical series of promotions to a target audience. According to, drip campaigns were developed to respond to the “Law of 29.” A prospect won’t turn into a client unless the prospect views a marketing message at least 29 times. That sounds like way too many times to me, but it may very well be the case depending on what a company is trying to sell, the price point and other factors, such as supply/demand and competition.


5 Tips for Improving Email Management

Darren has long been a proponent of Apple technologies as reliable, quality products, while I’ve long been an Apple critic, pointing out cost issues and the desire for common computing platforms. So I was surprised when I found myself just as impressed with the iPad as he was. Although we both looked at it from different perspectives, we both agree that the iPad, and future netbook-style devices, will likely play a significant role both professionally and in personal recreational computing.

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