The feature story in the November/December issue of Oregon Business Magazine is an in-depth profile of Palo Alto Software CEO Sabrina Parsons and the company’s development under her leadership: “A Hispanic woman in a leadership position in a cutting-edge industry, Parsons is making things happen. A $10 million company today, Palo Alto Software projects annual earnings of [...]
According to a recent article in Oregon’s Register-Guard newspaper, despite an economy predicted to be flat, or only slightly up, in 2012, Lane County tech firm executives are optimistic about their companies’ prospects. Palo Alto Software CEO Sabrina Parsons forecasts sales growth of 20 percent to 30 percent in the fiscal year that will end Sept. 30, largely because of a new online service the Eugene firm launched last April.“This year we have something to sell that I think is the best product we’ve ever had,”
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There’s a certain element of sunshine and laughter in the way Sue Van Fossen speaks. It comes through on the phone and you find yourself smiling almost immediately. And to be honest, it’s the exact feeling you get when you taste her Granola Snacks.
As the song goes, it’s not easy being green. Well, it’s not easy being the Technical Support guy either. While the rest of us in the Marketing and Customer Service departments tend to get a lot of the fun sides of talking to our customers, that isn’t always the case with Tech Support.
So imagine our glee when Josh, our main Techie guy, got a present in the mail!
Gooden Sweet Gourmet Treats opened its virtual doors in April of 2010. While only a year old, the company has made huge strides from where they began. Starting this month, Gooden Sweet will have their tasty treats in the local Austin Texas Whole Foods and Sean is looking to expand into his own retail storefront soon.
Matthew J. Everson did not like his job. He felt the company he was working for was making some less-than-ethical decisions. After a lot of thought he finally realized, “there must be a better way to serve people than ripping them off!”
So he quit his job and started putting together that something better.