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Customer Story – Terra Paws

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Palo Alto Software recently sent out a request to all of our registered users asking them for stories about their success. The response was astounding! We are excited to be able to share some of the great stories we received over the next several months. We think you’ll be inspired just like we were when you read their stories of how they started their business and grew it to what it is today.

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Sabrina Parsons is TORN

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If you happen to read our company CEO’s blog or follow her on Twitter, you probably already know she is a mom. A very proud and active mom of three very rambunctious boys. She writes extensively about the parenting and work mix of being a busy CEO for a small but growing technology company and an active and involved mom, and how she makes it work for her.

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A Day Without Shoes

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Mandi Cody works in our customer care department. She’s the first person you see when you walk in the door to our physical office in Eugene Oregon. And today, if you walked in to see us, you’d probably notice something a little different about Mandi.

She’s barefoot.

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Business Planning in Cambodia

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What have business planning and reducing pollution in Angkor Wat, Cambodia have in common? Not a lot you may think but you’d be wrong! In fact one of the participants in this years McKinsey Mekong Business Plan Challenge 2011 (co-sponsored by Palo Alto Software) wrote a fantastic business plan seeking to encourage the adaption of environmentally friendly transport in the region.

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Sales and Marketing Pro Village – Sara Prentice Manela

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Teri’s second-in-command on the Documentation Team is Sara Prentice Manela. Sara has an encyclopedic knowledge of all of our software. As help author, she literally wrote the book on it for us.

When not explaining the difference between assets and expenses, or extracting business lessons from hit movies, Sara keeps busy chasing her cats, her 4 year old son, and the local raccoons and possums out of her garden.

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