Jenzabar, which focuses on selling software to the higher education market, has announced new integrated services with Docufide, a vendor of educational records delivery and management.
Client institutions can now use Docufide's services to receive electronic transcripts, as well as capture student, alumni and staff-initiated transcript requests, Jenzabar officials say, adding that customers can also use the service to deliver transcripts or other documents electronically.
Docufide's services are billed as "simple to setup and use," designed to be "flexible," company officials say, "accommodating a variety of transcript processing workflows." The company offers Secure Transcript, a service which includes online student and alumni transcript requests, fee capture, administrator approval, and delivery.
Now available with Jenzabar EX 3.5, an enterprise resource planning system, the product lets higher education institutions send transcripts electronically to recipients. Jenzabar EX users, company officials say, "will be able to generate student transcripts and use Docufide to deliver these transcripts in the format selected by the recipient, whether it is EDI, PESC XML, or digitally-signed PDFs that never expire."
The goal, according to John Reese, Docufide's CEO, is to "make it simple for colleges and universities nationwide to securely send and receive transcripts and other documents electronically as we've done between high schools and colleges for years."
V-Soft, a reseller and implementer of Oracle's CRM and PLM products, has "fortified its CRM strategy" to serve its customers with Oracle PartnerNetwork Specialized Training Program, company officials say.
Frank J. Vukmanic, Senior Vice President and General Manager, V-Soft, said OPN Specialized "recognizes and maximizes partners' individual sets of expertise to best meet the specific needs of our customers."
V-Soft, an Oracle Certified Partner, has been reselling and providing consulting services for organizations implementing Oracle CRM On Demand in North America for three years in different industry verticals such as life sciences, wealth management, high technology, manufacturing, distribution, and consumer products.
MTS Allstream is offering customers something that's not seen every day: the MTS Triple Blaze fireplace, a "virtual fireplace available on MTS TV, wireless, and Internet services" from now until January 15, 2010.
"We are pleased to be the first and only service provider in Manitoba" -- that's all of Manitoba, now, all -- "to offer customers three options to ignite their virtual fireplace," says Kelvin Shepherd, President Consumer Markets division, MTS Allstream. "We hope customers take advantage of MTS's fun and easy way to create warmth for the entire family by enjoying a fireplace on their TV, wireless, or Internet services."
MTS Classic and Ultimate TV customers can choose between two natural crackling fire sounds and two yuletide blazes featuring Christmas music on MTS Video On Demand, company officials say: "Customers can light up their home by pressing the A or the Video On Demand button on their remote controls and selecting "Free & More" then "Fireplace & Ambient Folder."
DecisionPoint Systems has announced that Agilis Systems has named it a Preferred Provider of its core set of mobile applications for customers running on the T-Mobile wireless network.
Agilis' core software offerings include GPS tracking of people and assets, automated mobile forms, mobile work order management, mobile time card, secure, free messaging, and more. Agilis also provides the ability to integrate with existing back office software systems to allow customers to fully streamline their operations
DecisionPoint Systems' MobileArc program is designed to "optimize mobile workforce automation projects by combining all hardware, software, carrier activations, and professional services in one offering," company officials explain.
According to the deal, under MobileArc, DecisionPoint Systems will deliver Agilis' core software to customers using the T-Mobile wireless network on a number of target platforms certified by T-Mobile including those from Motorola, RIM, HTC, Intermec, and Opticon as well as various netbooks and laptops.
Agilis Systems a St. Louis-based Software as a Solution company that helps corporate enterprises in mobilizing their operations using ork order and work flow management.
DecisionPoint earns their bread "making enterprise software applications accessible to the front-line worker anytime, anywhere," according to company officials.
Impact Sports, a Colorado sports training facility founded by former Tennessee Titans linebacker Jamie Heiner, has chosen Cbeyond for their IT and communication needs.
Cbeyond, which sells voice, data and mobile business applications and counts over 48,000 small businesses across the country, has provided Impact Sports with high-speed Internet and local and long-distance voice.
Before Cbeyond, Impact Sports was using three different communications and IT providers. At times, Heiner said he spent "hours calling all three vendors in an effort to solve a single problem."
No more being tethered to a desktop phone -- hands-free communication is the point of Jabra GO 6430, a Bluetooth wireless headset just introduced by GN Netcom, a vendor of headset products.
If your workforce is about in line with general trends these days, your employees are probably away from their desk or out of the office, and could be missing important calls. That's one of the primary reasons companies use headsets.
"GN Netcom is a partner for Microsoft in the unified communications space," says Moz Hussain, director of the unified communications group at Microsoft, adding that Microsoft is dedicated to supporting headsets like the Jabra GO 6430.
The Jabra GO 6430 has up to six hours of talk time, 100 hours of standby time, and an intelligent sleep-mode that conserves power when not active, there's no need to charge the headset even when on consecutive conference calls or Webinars.
Callidus Software has announced that Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina selected the Callidus Monaco Suite to manage sales performance and incentive compensation programs.
The Callidus Monaco Suite provides a performance management platform to let businesses "optimize the entire sales lifecycle from sales on-boarding, to quota and plan deployment, and payment," company officials say.