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Team Profit and Loss earns first win

by Jay Snider

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After six straight losses to start the softball season, Palo Alto Software’s Team Profit and Loss dominated their opponents last night to record their first win.

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Palo Alto Software Reviews You! – Gooden Sweet

by mike

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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.

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Customer Story – MJ Everson Financial

by mike

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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.

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Customer Story – Gooden Sweet Gourmet Treats in Austin Tx

by mike

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Gooden Sweet Gourmet Treats is a family operation founded on the principles of love, faith and the knowledge that a little Gooden Sweet goes a long way! We had the chance to meet and talk with Sean Gooden of Gooden Sweet recently and asked him a few questions about his business, why he started it and what keeps him going.

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Customer Story – Terra Paws

by mike

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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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