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Application as Service – System Utility to Run Applications as Windows Services

(PRWEB) December 23, 2004

Application as Service is an advanced system utility which lets you run any application as Windows 2000/XP Service. You can easily configure Application as Service using our intuitive GUI interface or command line configurator directly from your software. Application as Service features very low CPU usage, custom environment variables, monitoring and detailed logging as well as many other features.

You can use Application as Service software to do the following and even more:

Launch any application as Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 service

Launch your application at system boot, before user logon

Runs executable: 16 bit (Dos, Windows, OS/2), 32 bit, batch files, scripts (VBScript, JScript) as a service

Run your application without the need of a user session

Achieve higher fault tolerance with your software reporting private errors to the event log and automatically restarting on errors

Specify application priority

Run a GUI application under a different security context (even under NT 4.0). User passwords are entered by the administrator and users are not prompted

Standard input/output automatic redirection to files

Automatically start applications before and after service

Allow multiple processes to run within the same service


Full features list:

    Easily run applications as services

    Run application before users login into their systems

    Run application before service startup and after service shutdown

    Auto restart application after application termination

    Redirect STDIN and STDOUT to file for console application

    Create service dependencies


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Jence Incorporated Releases NineSYNC, a Server Level Database Synchronization Web Services Software

(PRWEB) February 3, 2005

NineSYNC is a database synchronization web services program. This database synchronization program allows heterogeneous databases to synchronize target database with source database. A comprehensive mapper allows the user to select the tables and datatypes of the source and map them to the target database.

NineSYNC Difference

NineSYNC differentiation is it is a web service. The advantage of web service is that it works over firewall using HTTP/HTTPS protocol. The program will reside on a server anywhere in the world and controlled by client programs. Another added advantage of using a web service is that the program is callable by any web services enabled application regardless of the language used to develop it. NineSYNC does not require that the source and target database exist on the server where NineSYNC is installed. The source and target databases are seen as IP addresses with a user name and password. The web service will remotely connect the two databases using those addresses.

Supported Databases

SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, Postgresql, DB2.

Mapper Feature

The mapper interface may be able to map data types of source database to target database on a column by column basis. The only restriction is that the primary keys have to be identical.

Periodic Scheduling

NineSYNC may be set up for periodic synchronization daily, weekly or monthly.

Stop and Pause Mode

This allows you to pause database synchronization and then resume at your will. If the synchronization is paused, then when resumed, the web service continues from where it left off, if the source database has not changed.

Report Generation and Log Files

Log files are created for each synchronization. The log files are XML based and the web service client have the option to generate HTML report from the log file.

Client Graphical User Interface

The web service also comes with a client graphical user interface, which includes a mapper interface, user login, account creation screen, database synchronization scheduler. Future version will also have a file synchronization interface.


The web service called NineSYNC appears as a URL string. The client contacts the URL using this string and fetches the WSDL file, which describes how the web services need to be used. The client makes the calls described in the WSDL to communicate with the web service. Once connection is made, the client simply calls the routines synchronously to the web service. When the synchronization starts, the client may logout without terminating the synchronization operation. The client may later come login and check the status of the operation. Log files and mapper file may be printed or viewed on a web browser.

Server Requirements

1. Apache Tomcat v5.5, Sun Appserver 8, IBM Websphere, or other compatible Java App Servers compatible with servlet 2.3 specification.

2. Minimum 1 GB RAM. Ram requirements may increase for larger databases. One million row synchronization requires at least 1 GB.

3. Java Virtual Machine 1.4.1 required.

4. At least one of the following databases required for user management: MySql, Oracle, SqlServer, Postgress, DB2. Sybase, Informix and Derby will be supported soon.

5. High speed internet connection is needed.

6. Valid IP address need for source and target databases.

Clent Requirements

1. Java Virtual Machine 1.4 or above required.

2. No minimum memory requirements, but at least 64 MB RAM recommended.

3. High speed internet connection is not required, but recommended.

Sales and Support

Jence Incorporated will provide six month free support. Support contract are available on an annual basis. Please contact or call 781-962-1462 for more sales and support information.


NineSYNC is available in single user, limited user and unlimited user mode license. The program comes with both server and client. The server must be deployed in a Web Container or a J2EE compliant server.


NineSYNC is available in single user, limited user and unlimited user mode license. The program comes with both server and client side application. There is no per CPU license requirements or any royalty fees. The server must be deployed in a Web Container or a J2EE compliant server.

More Information

More information is available by contacting Jence Incorporated or visiting the website PDF brochures will be available soon.


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Kozio Names SDC Systems Ltd. European Distributor; UK embedded systems tool & technology provide offers custom hardware validation & verification software and services

(PRWEB) February 14, 2005

Kozio, Inc., provider of a complete diagnostics and functional test platform to accelerate development of new processor-based board designs, today announced it has finalized an agreement with UK-based SDC Systems Limited to act as the European distributor for Kozio products. SDC Systems distributes tools and technologies for the development of embedded systems to customers throughout Europe. This is the first overseas distribution agreement for Kozio.

“This is an exciting product for us that's very much in line with the technology we provide for the embedded market. All processor-based boards require design verification and validation once they have been built, and Kozio’s solutions accelerate this process and reduce the cost of this stage of development,” said Stuart Parker, managing director of SDC Systems. “We have many customers that will benefit from this type of off-the-shelf, flexible solution to evaluate the integrity of their hardware.”

SDC Systems focuses on identifying and supplying key technologies and products that bring real value to the embedded systems marketplace. SDC's offerings are selected to help bring desirable, high-quality yet cost-effective products to market as quickly as possible by significantly reducing the development time or by improving the functionality and performance of the final products.

Kozio’s turnkey software products for embedded systems development provide an expert hardware bring-up application for leading 32-bit processor boards; reduce development time and cost through an automated manufacturing test application; reduce support costs through an easily integrated self-test application; are quickly delivered ready to use to accelerate product development and launch. Kozio's customers include innovative startup firms, as well as large established technology organizations.

“We are pleased to announce this new distribution agreement which expands Kozio’s presence to the UK and Europe. I am confident that SDC Systems excellence in sales and customer support, along with Kozio’s turnkey embedded software solutions for smart devices, will prove beneficial for many European OEMs and ODMs,” stated Kozio’s Co-founder and President Joseph Skazinski.

About Kozio, Inc.

Kozio, Inc. licenses software solutions that verify CPU board designs for embedded single-board computer systems used in products such as ADSL gateways, wireless access points, network routers, voice solutions, security and test equipment, and aerospace systems. Kozio's products provide comprehensive test solutions, including diagnostics for board bring-up, automated manufacturing test, and built-in self-test software for manufactured products. Kozio's customers design, develop and manufacture boards used in computer-based electronic systems for the aerospace, networking, defense, test and wireless industries. Kozio products ease many embedded systems development challenges, from design through manufacturing and support, saving customers time and money. The company is privately held and based in Longmont, Colorado, and counts ADI Engineering, Intel, General Dynamics, Thomson, AMCC and IBM among its major customers and partners. For more information, visit, email, or call +1 (303) 776-1356.

kDiagnostics, kMfgTest, kPOST and Flash-N-Run are registered trademarks of Kozio, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

About SDC Systems

SDC Systems Limited is a leading European distributor of embedded development software, tools and hardware. Focused on innovative, leading-edge technology, SDC strives to provide "technology that makes a difference," technology that will positively impact the development process and the quality and functionality of the final product. With many years’ experience and talented engineering support, SDC Systems works closely with their clients to provide an important source of embedded expertise and products. For more information on SDC, visit, call +44 1462 473953 or e-mail

Contact: Joseph Skazinski, Kozio, Inc., (303) 776-1356,, Stuart Parker, SDC Systems Ltd., +44 (0)1462 473953,, or Brad Shannon, Shannon Marketing Communications, (970) 461-4906,


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SQL Hospitality LLC to Showcase New Products and Services at Southwest Foodservice Expo 2005

(PRWEB) June 14, 2005

The Southwest Foodservice Expo, Cantina Restaurant, Bar and Nightclub Show, ClubTech, and Grand Wine Experience will occur concurrently June 26-28 at the Dallas Convention Center to provide the largest foodservices and beverage event in the country.

SQL Hospitality LLC, a full service provider of hospitality software, systems and service to ballparks, casinos, hotels, country clubs, restaurants, resorts, stadiums, entertainment events, nightclubs, theatres, retail stores, quick food service and food delivery businesses, will demo the #1 Ranked Maitre’D Software Suite in booth #2708.

Maitre’D Software is Ranked #1 by the Hospitality Technology POS Scoreboard in:

-Overall Performance

-Ease of Integration

-Return on Investment

-Leading Table Service Software

-Quality of Support & Service

-Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

Maitre’D Point of Sale software is fully integrated with Back-Office applications. The POS Suite provides each terminal with multiple functionalities to help streamline operations, whether operating a bar, a dining room, a take-out counter, or all of the above!

The Maitre’D POS software takes users to a new level of reliability and expertise with its open architecture and its state-of-the-art technologies to meet emerging needs and surpass expectations. The POS Suite includes multiple graphical interfaces that give users the possibility to personalize terminal screens per employee, per operation or even per level of management.

Each employee logon screen can be customized with a different message, as well as preferred colors, fonts, icons and language.

-Table Service

-Quick Service/Drive-Thru


-Handheld/Wireless Applications

-Management Functions

-Peripheral Interfaces


Maitre’D Back-Office

All Maitre’D solutions are seamlessly integrated, so the flow of data between the POS and the Back-Office is consistent and provides unparalleled optimization of information analysis. The Back-Office offers the following modules and features:

-Purchase Order Management: When new orders are created, information can be sent automatically to the accounts payable application providing more efficiency.

-Accounts Receivable: Maitre’D has accounts receivable functions that will allow users to create and manage house accounts easily and without third party intervention. Use Accounts Receivable to manage customer files; print out customer statements; create personalized credit cards; and issue pre-paid meal cards for university students or for employee cafeterias.

-Accounting and Payroll Interfaces: This practical application offers special interfaces to General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Timekeeping and Payroll that allow you to save a considerable amount of time while eliminating human error, as users will no longer have to re-enter data into the accounting application.

Maitre’D transfers data automatically to accounting software applications, creates balanced accounting transactions from Maitre’D POS and Back-Office, and provides auditable accounting entries.

-Time and Attendance

-Real-time Inventory Control

-Report Center

-Frequent Diner & Gift Card programs

-Full Documentation and Context Sensitive Help

Sharing Data with QuickBooks

General Ledger entries, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Payroll can all be sent to the accounting application automatically. Data is shared using the QuickBooks SDK. Data exportation is automatic.

Main Benefits of this Product

Maitre'D offers fully integrated solutions which provides users with real-time information. Since data exportation is automatic, records will always be up to date and greater accuracy is ensured since it is not required to re-enter any data.

Maitre’D Corporate Solutions

Fortunately, technology can save users from many time consuming tasks while ensuring greater accuracy. Maitre’D e-Global is a powerful management solution that was built to offer business intelligence to any restaurant chain seeking to streamline operations in their numerous holdings. Offering flexible hardware and software configurations and innovations in database management, Maitre’D e-Global is an ideal solution for any growing business.

Maitre’D ASP Solutions


The DataBoard is a web-based business monitoring tool that allows restauranteurs to access reports and graphics on their sales and/or costs at any instance via the Internet. It also provides an alert function that sends customizable alerts in real time.


Maitre'D MealZone is an online ordering system that offers revolutionary 2-way communication technology. This application will help increase your sales while offering your customers a convenient way to order meals from the restaurant. Some features include:

-Integrated with Maitre’D POS and Back-Office solutions

-Sends orders in real time

-Automatic replies to customers

-Reporting capabilities

-Delivery charge and tip management

-Tools to create member sections

-Customer loyalty programs

-Simplified group ordering

-Unlimited number of menus

-Flexible and configurable interface

-Order history available for easy repeat ordering

-Fax and email backup capabilities

System Requirements:

Minimum CPU required: Pentium III

Minimum memory required: 512 MB

Minimum hard disk space required: 500 MB

Operating system version: Windows 98/2000/NT/XP/XPE

Hardware, software, installation, help desk, warranty and maintenance provided by:


2928 Blystone Lane

Dallas, TX 75220


SQL Hospitality, LLC is a full service provider of hospitality software, systems and service to ballparks, casinos, hotels, country clubs, restaurants, resorts, stadiums, entertainment events, nightclubs, theatres, retail stores, quick service, fine dining, home delivery and web-based businesses. Business partners include Dell, HP, IBM, PosiFlex, PartnerTek, Epson, NCR and Sharp. For more information, please visit, or call Nancy Hopkins, SVP Sales, at (214) 358-3080.



HENNINGER MEDIA SERVICES Celebrates 30 Years by Designing Its Facility of the Future

Arlington, VA (PRWEB) October 10, 2013

On the heels of celebrating its 30th anniversary as a leader in technology, innovation and creativity for the video production/post-production industry, Henninger Media Services ("HMS") solidified its commitment to the D.C. media market by signing a long-term lease for a brand new space at 1320 North Courthouse Road in Arlington, VA. The new ground-floor location will feature a customized build-out of over 20,000 square feet, with room to expand and ample parking. Construction will commence later this year, with a targeted move-in date of Spring 2014. HMS will design its facility of the future with an eye toward capitalizing on the rapid technological advancements in the media industry, applying green design and construction principles, and taking full advantage of its 25-foot ceilings. What will not change with this move is the HMS culture—a fun, collaborative environment among its staff and clients. "We owe the success of our first 30 years in business to the thousands of amazing people who have passed through our doors, and we look forward to continuing these relationships through a new doorway for years to come," says Rob Henninger, the company’s Founder and CEO.

The new location is within blocks of HMS’ current facility—the unassuming building at 2601 Wilson Boulevard—that has been home to the media company for the last 25 years. That space, which is actually five smaller buildings knit together, has seen constant adaptation, change and remodeling as Henninger has led the way through every major industry advance. "We’ve reached a point where the old infrastructure and installs get in the way of the new workflows and technology," says Sam Crawford, HMS’ Vice President of Technology. "Starting with a clean slate is an exciting opportunity. We will not only create an ultramodern facility, incorporating the years of experience and knowledge that has gotten us to this point, but we will also build in the flexibility needed to easily adopt future technologies."

The 30-year legacy of HMS would not be unfolding today without the acumen and fortitude of one person, Rob Henninger. However, if you had asked Rob about his life’s ambitions and goals in high school or college, starting a media company would not have been among them. At the time, the visionary behind HMS aspired to be an actor and playwright. After graduating from the College of William and Mary with a degree in theatre and speech, he joined the Washington Theatre Club, only to soon find himself transitioning into the role of film gaffer, soundman, and ultimately editor. Then, in 1983, Henninger realized he was on the ground floor of a rapidly-changing video industry and saw an opportunity: "I found a Sony Beta I editing system that I could use to edit video offline using the techniques and style that I used to edit film. It worked pretty well, but back then the bigger challenge was the costs incurred at the online facilities. I started thinking of ways to improve quality and efficiency while reducing costs, and I realized that the best way to implement those ideas was to start my own place." Thus, in a small sublet space in Rosslyn, VA, Rob launched Henninger Video. Rather than writing plays and acting, Henninger was soon busy helping filmmakers bring their scripts to life on the screen.

As the business grew and moved to successively larger spaces, finally moving into their current space in 1988, HMS’ influence on the industry steadily grew as well. HMS was among the first companies to embrace digital video, non-linear editing, digital audio, and many more technologies that have since become commonplace in today’s media landscape.

Since its inception as Henninger Video, the media services company has always deemed providing exceptional client service, both creatively and personally, as the company’s highest priority. "I feel there is an inherent dignity that grows out of good service," says Henninger. "It’s an art in itself and reflects our fundamental commitment to our clients’ success." While technology continues to change, it is the human element that is the heart and soul of the company. Eric Hansen, HMS’ Chief Operating Officer, identifies with the family-like culture at the company. "I have always been in awe of the talent and expertise that roam the halls of HMS," shares Hansen. "It’s not just about a group of individuals having 10, 20, 30 years of experience in the media industry. For most people who work here—staff and clients alike—it’s about having 10, 20, 30 years of experience with each other. This level of camaraderie, collaboration, and loyalty is a rare thing these days."

As the company moves into its fourth decade, Rob Henninger looks forward optimistically. "As one of the foundational pillars of HMS—‘Best in Innovation’—we will continue to embrace emerging technologies," Henninger shares. "We strongly believe that being at the forefront of change allows us to offer the most comprehensive services to our team and clients; creating the best environment for creativity and success." Most recently, HMS announced its capability to master projects in 4K Ultra HD. With the expansion of technology comes the attraction of new clients. "As we've implemented new strategies, we have been able to draw the attention of media companies outside of the D.C. Market," states Hansen. "We've developed strong relationships with clients in New York and Florida over the past couple years, with high-profile projects ranging from sports programming to reality series and documentaries."

In addition to celebrating a landmark anniversary and building a sleek new facility, HMS has other reasons to celebrate. Earlier this year, long-time HMS client Fine Films won the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject with "Inocente," which was post produced at the HMS facility. A number of other client films are doing well on the festival circuit, thanks in part to HMS’ quality work. The company is also rapidly growing its business through collaborative "four wall" partnerships with independent producers, production companies, as well as some networks—its current facility of more than 35 post-production suites has been operating at near or full capacity, and the company looks forward to building on this new concept in their new facility. With a growing and diverse roster of clients and projects, Henninger Media Services is building for the future, writing its own script for many more years in D.C.’s media industry.



Celebrating 30 years in the industry, Henninger Media Services (HMS) provides video editing, audio, graphics, Blu-ray and DVD authoring, telecine, QC, duplication and distribution solutions to a diverse client base; including broadcast, corporate, advertising, non-profit, and government. Located in Arlington, Virginia, HMS offers services in 4K Ultra HD, High Definition, surround sound, 3D convergence and finishing, and film transferring. Complete information about Henninger Media Services may be found at

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Software Company Anahata Offers Services Computer Industry

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (PRWEB) December 17, 2013

Some of the challenges faced by the Computer industry are solvable by the integration of technology in their systems in order to ensure seamless operation of their businesses. The computer industry requires integrated systems and solutions to enhance their transactions and because of their strong presence online as part of their sales and marketing drives. As such, Anahata has designed and produced a unique and customized ICT solution for the aforementioned industry.

All the businesses in the Melbourne computer industry can now make use of the great offer to acquire a tailor-made ICT solution that will help in the organization, efficiency and profitability of their operations while staying ahead of the competition. Since its establishment in 2010 by co-founders Pablo Rodriguez and Robert Nagajek, Anahata has become the market leader in the provision of affordable yet advanced ICT solutions that are highly customized to cater for the needs and requirements of the businesses in the Computer industry.

Anahata has become the ICT solutions provider of choice to businesses in various industries. This has been occasioned by the customer focused approach that the developers use in conducting on-site assessments in order to provide customer specific ICT solutions. In this way, any customer’s business operation is able to meet its goals and objectives flawlessly.

To get more details about the creative and customized ICT solutions for the Computer industry, visit the official website at

About Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd

Founded in Perth, Western Australia in 2010 by Robert Nagajek and Pablo Rodriguez Pina, Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd is an Australian privately owned software development company specializing in the analysis, design, implementation and support of cost-effective, custom built software applications.

Anahata’s preferred delivery approach is an iterative, agile, customer centric software development process where business analysts and developers work with the customers to gather requirements and an understanding of the current business processes, and to design and deliver a software solution that not only meets the business’s needs, but also is desgiend to improve business productivity.

During development, a continuous integration process allows customers to test the application regularly as it is being built. Upon implementation, customer’s staff are trained on the usage of the new system.

A key target for software developed by Anahata is quality. Quality is achieved by leveraging agile processes and tools, where customers can engage in the development process to define the scope of development iterations, tasks and prioritize goals.

Web based and manual code review processes along with comprehensive unit tests and integration testing ensure that delivered projects meet quality expectations of the customer.

Anahata offers its customers a 3 month warranty and support period where users can have unlimited phone or email consultation. Customers can access an online task and issue management system to log requests for enhancements (RFEs) or report any defects encountered during the testing or production stages. Anahata seeks to be the most customer centric of all software companies.

Anahata’s preferred technological choice is to deliver cross-platform solutions based on open standards and open source technology that ensure stability, compatibility, and security over a long application lifespan. This enables a reduction in upfront and ongoing licensing fees.

Anahata is an Oracle Certified Partner and delivers custom software solutions based on Oracle Technology, such as Java, Java Enterprise Edition, MySQL or Oracle Database. The Perth software company is a also certified MYOB developer partner providing Custom Software solutions that can integrate seamlessly with any MYOB software package such as MYOB AccountRight desktop or MYOB AccountRight Live (cloud).

Anahata partners with a number of local companies to deliver integrated turn key solutions including hosting, infrastructure, barcode printing, mobility and RFID scanning amongst other technologies.

As a cross-platform software vendor, Anahata can deliver solutions for the Mac platform and integrate with existing Mac Applications. The software outsourcing company is experienced in developing Patient Record Management Systems running on the Mac Platform and integrating with medical applications such as Genie.

Anahata is also experienced in embedded device development using cross platform technologies to deliver embedded applications that run on low resources devices such as Intel Atom or ARM processors. These embedded devices can connect to external sensors via CAN, USB, ethernet or similar. An example of embedded development is a mining vehicle activity monitoring application for a local mining company.

Once a project has been delivered, Anahata works with its customers to promote the developed solution or the customer’s business in general on the digital media providing services such as search engine optimization, content writing or email marketing.

Anahata Technologies in Victoria

In May 2013, founders and directors Robert Nagajek and Pablo Rodriguez Pina appointed Joana Lopez Castrillo as Regional Manager for Victoria and started offering software development and consultancy services to medium and large companies based in Victoria as well as the local Victorian governments and universities.

Anahata Technologies India Pty Ltd

In 2013, directors Robert Nagajek and Pablo Rodriguez Pina established the fully owned subsidiary Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd aimed at providing it outsourcing and business process outsourcing, services.

In November 2013, Pudattu Vijay Simha, a senior software engineer and employee of Anahata Technologies Pty Ltd was was appointed director of Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd to manage operations in India. Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd is based in the city of Hyderabad state of Andrah Pradesh.

Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd specialises in Oracle Java development and offers software development and bpo services to companies worldwide.

Anahata Technologies India Pvt Ltd provides business process outsourcing services to companies worldwide helping a wide range of businesses (from small family owned businesses to universities or global companies) reduce business process costs.

Anahata Technologies in Europe

Since 2013, Anahata Technologies offers services to any country within the European Union and has presence in Spain and Croatia.

In November 2013, founders and directors Robert Nagajek and Pablo Rodriguez Pina appointed Jose Julian Ariza Valderrama, a Senior Software engineer and employee of the custom software company as Europe Regional Manager to manage projects for customers based in Europe.

For more information about Anahata, visit our website or type or software development companies in your favourite search engine.


Tipton Communications Tailors Magnet

Newark, Delaware (PRWEB) September 25, 2013

Tipton Communications, a fast-growing, full-service hospital certification, employee communications, and public relations agency serving health systems nationwide, will introduce its new Magnet® documentation services tailored to the new 2014 requirements at next week’s American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) National Magnet Conference® in Orlando, Florida.

“While we continue to support hospitals submitting for Magnet designation under the 2008 requirements, we have customized our range of documentation and site visit preparation services to reflect the new 2014 requirements, and we are ready to help,” said Michelle Beuscher, director of hospital certification for Tipton Communications.

Tipton provides a full range of Magnet documentation solutions, from project management boot camps, to workshops for nurse writers, to Magnet writing, content review and editing support, to a customized website electronic submission solution. Tipton also helps hospitals and health systems to prepare for Magnet appraiser site visits.

Tipton will outline its Magnet documentation services to the more than 7,500 nurses and nursing executives from top hospitals attending the annual conference of the prestigious Magnet Recognition Program®. The conference is being held October 2 to 4, in the Orlando Convention Center.

“We provided support to more than 25 hospitals on the Magnet Journey® and we understand very well the challenges involved in demonstrating and describing the practices, outcomes and accomplishments that are required for a hospital to be Magnet designated,” said Dan Tipton, president. “We share best practices and our writing and editing support takes the pressure off nursing teams and their leaders during this critical phase of the designation process.”

Tipton Communications representatives will be available in booth number 1606 to discuss their services and the new 2014 requirements.

About Tipton Communications Group

Tipton Communications supports hospitals, healthcare systems and corporations across the nation with award-winning business communications, including Magnet designation support, employee communications, human resources communications, public relations, marketing communications, intranet and internet design and development, graphic design and strategic communications planning. For more information, please visit

Tipton Communications products and services are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). ANCC Magnet Recognition®, Magnet®, ANCC Magnet Conference® and Magnet Recognition Program®, are registered trademarks of the American Nurses Credentialing Center. All rights reserved.


Power Generation Equipment Upgrades by Turbine Technology Services Contribute to Improved Performance

Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida is playing a critical role in the upgrade of power generation equipment worldwide by modernizing control systems’ hardware and software to improve the operational performance of gas turbines.

It has been almost 30 years since microprocessor-based control systems were introduced in the power generation industry and—as is typical with electronics—the time to effective obsolescence of these systems has been relatively short. Advances in reliability, capability, flexibility and in the ease of use have been significant over this period.

Case in point, much of the turbine control system HMI and operator interface equipment that was installed in the 90’s and early 2000’s have become obsolete by current industry standards, prompting gas turbine operators to seek upgrade/migration advice from trusted global power engineering providers such as TTS.

In response to these industry challenges, TTS now offers GE gas turbine operators complete HMI upgrade solutions to bring these operator interface systems up to current standards.

The TTS solution is based on Industrial Turbine Service’s Turbine Monitoring System (TMOS) software, an established industry product which has been successfully applied around the world in the replacement of the original GE (I) and (HMI) product line.

These HMI upgrades from TTS provide an improved graphical interface that retains the features of the original operator interface product while adding powerful new capabilities and features including improved unit data acquisition, storage and analysis. These upgrades also provide innovative solutions to the system architecture and communication limitations imposed by the original systems.

“Aging, obsolete equipment increases the risk of failure, potentially leaving turbine operators unable to run or monitor their units,” said Pat Begley, VP of Sales for Europe, the Middle East and Asia at TTS. “HMI upgrades are a very cost effective solution for this particular problem.”

Over the years, TTS has performed numerous HMI upgrades for power generation customers, giving the company a unique insight and experience to address the needs of the industry—from system design and network architecture to hardware installation.

HMI upgrades from TTS are featured in September’s edition of Power Magazine and can be downloaded following this link:

About Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Turbine Technology Services Corporation provides gas turbine technology expertise and turbine engineering and construction services worldwide. The company’s experience and ability to provide technical solutions has led to the successful management of numerous gas turbine installations and modernization projects, and the provision of innovative and unique engineering solutions to gas turbine customers.

For more information about Turbine Technology Services, its products and services, please visit

For More Information:

Lisa Delliacono

Marketing Manager

Turbine Technology Services Corporation

Email: media(at)turbinetech(dot)com

Phone: 407.826.1796

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Fortier Insurance Services Now Has a Business Owners Policy at an Affordable Price

Phelan, CA (PRWEB) November 25, 2013

One of the most important decisions as a business owner should be to purchase a Business Owner’s Policy. A business owner needs to realize that things don’t always go according to plan. Having a Business Owner’s Policy protects the salon owner from unforeseen circumstances. It not only protects the business’s assets, but also the clients.

A Business Owner’s Policy combines Property coverage and Liability coverage. Property coverage covers the building and the business’s personal property. If anything happens, the salon is quickly rebuilt or repaired. This could involve damage like a sewer and drain backup, broken windows, or computer breakdowns. Also included in a BOP is “Loss of Income.” If, for example, the damage to the building and/or the salon is so extensive that the salon is shut down, then not only will the business owner be compensated for lost income, but moving expenses as well.

General Liability coverage covers the business in the event of a lawsuit as a result of someone slipping and falling on the property, for example. It covers legal fees, court costs, and any judgments made against the business. Another important option is Professional Liability coverage. This insurance protects clients in case employees make a mistake and the client sues for damages. One scenario would be if an employee burns a client with hot wax, or a treatment is left on too long. Lawsuits can incur even if worker negligence wasn’t involved. If a client simply has an allergic reaction to a product, the business owner can still be held liable, and General Liability may not cover a particular claim. Product Liability insurance should be considered if there will be products for sale in the salon. It offers protection against any negative claims made by clients.

Worker’s Compensation insurance is purchased separately, and the penalties for not providing it to employees is quite severe. Employees are the business’s most important assets, so they should be protected against injuries on the job. Worker’s Compensation pays for an injured employee’s medical expenses, disability, and a portion of their earnings until they are able to return to work. It also prohibits them from suing the business.

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Locality Expands Nationally to Deliver Comprehensive Local Services Information to Millions of Consumers in 10,000+ Cities

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2013

Locality (formerly Centzy), provider of the most useful, comprehensive search experience for local services, today announced its expansion into more than 10,000 U.S. cities. The company connects millions of consumers with the right local merchants for their needs. Whether it’s finding a stylist who can give great highlights before a big date or identifying the best spa nearby within a consumer’s budget, over 1.5 million people use Locality one or more times each month. Unlike other local search services that provide basic business listings and user reviews, Locality specializes in data that comes directly from merchants, such as their menu of services, pricing, and business hours, generating the most complete results available online covering 60 services in 15 categories.

As Locality continues to aggressively broaden its reach, the company announced that it has raised $ 4.3 million in Series A funding. Matrix Partners led the round and general partner Jared Fliesler has joined the company’s board of directors. Locality will use the funds to build out its platform in an ambitious effort to cover every service at every local business nationwide and develop new ways for consumers to easily connect to local merchants.

Locality's vision is to build the most comprehensive marketplace for consumers to find, compare, and select local services. With Locality, local merchants are "always open" to answer the most commonly asked questions about their businesses. Locality aims to help merchants extend their reach and build a larger audience of high-intention consumers. Over time, Locality will make it even easier to search and discover new products and services, connecting potential customers with merchants and closing the loop on their purchases.

No One Covers Local Like Locality

Locality takes a radically different approach to local search. It is the only platform to provide a deep and normalized look at entire service categories within a searchable metro. 90% of Locality’s pricing, available services, and hours data is not available anywhere else online. For example, in a recent random sampling of 700 nail salons across the nation, Locality provided operating hours data for twice the number of nail salons as Google.

Locality’s proprietary data collection system ensures that all merchants within a defined area are included in searches and that all listings remain current. The company provides actionable information to millions of potential customers with strong purchase intent -- people searching for specific services as part of their daily lives. For example, it’s 7pm and Bob is just finishing his workday. His regular cleaners closed at 5pm, but he really needs to find a next-day wash and fold. Bob can easily search on Locality for a quality, affordable dry cleaner nearby that offers this specific service and is still open. Locality gives consumers the best insight into all of their options.

“Locality does for local services what Kayak does for air travel. We show consumers every service that's available around them in a way that makes it easy to find the right one for them,” said Jay Shek, co-founder and CEO of Locality. “Whether it’s finding the best yoga class in a new city or searching for a spontaneous mani-pedi near the office, Locality connects consumers to services for everyday life, giving them the power to find services wherever they are, whenever they need information.”

Act Locally, Grow Organically

Locality’s user base is growing rapidly and organically as consumers discover its value. Since its public launch last year, Locality traffic has grown over 10x as consumers use it in big cities and small towns all over the U.S. In fact, 75% of Locality’s traffic comes from outside the nation’s top 10 cities.

“Locality changes expectations of what local search can provide,” said Mr. Fliesler, Matrix general partner and former Square, Google and Slide executive. “Despite the number of companies competing in the local market, no one can do what Locality does and offer consumers this level of detail in local search. The unique and extensible data collection system that the team built allows Locality to scale and enter new markets at an unprecedented rate, and I can't wait to help Jay and his team design incredible product offerings on that platform."

“We are fortunate to receive such strong support from Matrix as a firm and from Jared in particular. Jared has great insight into how to build and market successful products in the local space from his time at Square,” added Mr. Shek. “His outstanding, relevant experience makes him the perfect fit to help us turn Locality into the ultimate local marketplace for consumers and merchants.”

To help accelerate growth, Locality is moving its headquarters to San Francisco. The company will maintain a satellite office in New York.

To find out how to join the Locality team in San Francisco or New York, please visit To find the right local services for you, go to


About Locality

Founded in 2011, Locality has developed the industry’s most comprehensive local search experience, covering 60 different services available in more than 10,000 cities. Locality’s proprietary data collection system helps consumers find the information they seek to connect with merchants that best meet their needs. The company is funded by Matrix Partners, Lightbank, ffVC, Cowboy Ventures, and Founder Collective. It is based in San Francisco with offices in New York. To learn more, please visit

About Matrix Partners

Matrix Partners is a premier venture capital firm that has generated outstanding returns for more than three decades. By focusing on early-stage investments and emphasizing long-term relationships with entrepreneurs, the firm has delivered several of the industry's top performing funds of all time. Matrix Partners has offices in Cambridge, MA; Palo Alto, CA; Mumbai, India; and Beijing and Shanghai, China. Matrix Partners has invested in several game-changing, industry-leading businesses such as Apple Computer,, Gilt Groupe, HubSpot, JBoss, Netezza,, Polyvore, Starent Networks, Sycamore Networks, Veritas, Zendesk, and Zong.

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