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Tim Berry talks Cash Flow on BusinessWeek.com

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Tim Berry recently took part in an audio webcast for BusinessWeek where in he discussed Managing Cash Flow. The webcast covers topics including: forecasting, budgeting, collecting, managing accounts receivable and accounts payable, and investing. Entrepreneurs will be able to use this webinar as a practical guide to take control of their company’s cash flow. You [...]

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Sabrina Parsons on Business TalkRadio’s Computer America January 15th

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Palo Alto Software’s Sabrina Parsons will be a guest on Business TalkRadio’s show, Computer America – this Thursday, January 15th from 7-8PM PST, with Craig Crossman Sabrina will be discussing how to conquer email fatigue. Appealing to novices and experts alike, this daily program gives listeners the unique opportunity to call in with questions for [...]

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Business Plan Pro testimonial by Eaton Community Bank

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“Business Plan Pro makes banker’s lives easier and represents a fundamental platform which allows borrowers and bankers to derive better financial solutions. I wish every borrower took time to understand Business Plan Pro and how it helps them impress lenders.” -Michael Menzies, President Eaton Community Bank Share and Enjoy:

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PR (Email Center Pro): HerbalBuddy.com Realized 50 Percent Gain in Online Retail Operations

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Email Center Pro Centralized Entire Customer and Business Email Messaging System EUGENE, Ore. – December 17, 2008 – Palo Alto Software today shared that one of its Email Center Pro customers realized a 50-percent gain in email sales conversions by using the company’s online email response management and distribution service for small businesses. HerbalBuddy.com (a [...]

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STRATEGY STEW: Business Plan Coaching

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Business Planning Software, Tools and Coaching by Ivana Taylor at Strategy Stew You already know all the cliches about failing to plan is planning to fail, if you don’t know where you’re going any road will take you there.

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