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2Jan/130

Spot UV Printing Redefining Todays Business Card


(PRWEB) October 31, 2012

Name, title and contact information; whats the big deal? With such a limited function is there a need for elaborate business cards? The short answer is yes. In most industries a business card is an extension of your professional appearance; it reflects your style, attention to detail and should act as a welcome complement to any introduction.

Not only do they reflect artistic style and individuality, business cards today are being used for a myriad of reasons. From appointment reminders to customer loyalty cards, the possibilities are expanding while still fitting inside your wallet. The only differentiating factor at one point was the quality of paper. While paper quality is still segmented there are several other elements that can contribute to the ultimate finish.

Spot UV business cards are a prime example. Spot UV is a method in which predetermined areas of a matte, or flat, card are glossed with a UV coating. This adds emphasis to parts of the card and draws the eye of the viewer; a subtle but effective touch. If a customer wanted logo in the corner to be the focal point of your business card, spot UV may be ideal in making it stand out. This is an inventive and catching way of adding the illusion of an extra layer without having to change the dimension of the card, such as in embossing.

Matt Santora, owner of San Diego based Santora Media Group, is on a never ending mission to maximize the solutions he can offer his clients. Spot UV Printing is just another option in his arsenal of solutions for businesses in San Diego and beyond.

We have an obligation to our customers in providing them with every possible resource to stand out among the competition. Im constantly looking at emerging trends and new advances in tech and seeing how I can provide my clients with what they need for todays environment.

The spot UV trend is still catching, and the fact that it hasnt yet become standard can add allure to those already with them. For a relatively cheap enhancement, why hasnt this caught on?

Some business owners simply havent been exposed to anything else. Once they see the advances that have been made it opens their mind to more options. Its a chain reaction of adaptation, one that ultimately woos both the business cards owner and recipients.

Some of our new customers have no idea of the abilities of todays offset printing. Its a great feeling when a client comes in and discovers first-hand how much more potential their products can have. Empowering the customer with new marketing trends and solution sets is the core of what we do here.

Though spot UV can certainly take your business card to the next level, the result is ultimately dependent on the quality of design. Santora Media Group staffs a team of professional graphic designers that utilize this new and creative technology with inspiring results. This is just another example how Santora Media Group offers a family of quality services all in one enjoyable and rewarding experience. First-class graphic design, signage and printing matched with exceptional customer service, a match made in San Diego.







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22Apr/110

SilverTech, Inc. earns spot on Inc. 5000 list for third consecutive year

SilverTech, Inc. earns spot on Inc. 5000 list for third consecutive year










Manchester, NH (PRWEB) August 27, 2010

SilverTech, a national digital marketing agency recognized as leaders in interactive strategy, today announced that the company was named to the 2010 Inc. 5000 list, ranking amongst the fastest growing companies in America for the third consecutive year.

“We owe much of our growth to new clients, but also to the continuation of our relationships with long-standing customers,” comments SilverTech President Nick Soggu, “We continue to succeed with our transition from what was a traditional web design and development shop to what is now a full-service, comprehensive digital marketing agency that helps clients with more than just web – including email, mobile, social media, search marketing, online brand development, and more.”

This year, SilverTech continued partnerships with large, familiar brands such as Life is Good®, American Water, and Polartec®, and signed dozens of new clients such as Sharp Electronics Corporation, Allegiance Health System, and Dead River Company.

Most recently, and in the third quarter of 2010, SilverTech signed contracts with the University of New Hampshire’s Work Incentive Research Center, Oxford Academic Programs of New York, ProPhotonix of New Hampshire and the Crons Brand of Pennsylvania.

The 2010 Inc. 5000 serves as a report card on the U.S. economy. SilverTech ranks 300th in the Inc. 5000’s fastest growing advertising and marketing companies.

SilverTech, Inc. is a national digital marketing agency based in New England that expertly solves online marketing, technology, operations, commerce, and communication challenges for businesses by creating value-driven web, digital and data-powered solutions. Services such as strategic consultation, site architecture, website design & development, e-commerce, multimedia graphics & animation, search engine optimization, online marketing, performance analysis, web application development and content management solutions are designed or customized to fit exact business requirements.

SilverTech clients include Life is Good®, American Water, Dr. Hauschka Skin Care, Le Gourmet Chef, Polartec®, Rita’s Ice, Pizza Fusion, Robert Rothschild Farm, among many others. For more information go to http://www.silvertech.com or contact SilverTech at info(at)silvertech(dot)com.

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31Mar/110

TelcoBridges’ Tmedia and Interact’s SPOT Enable Creation of High-Capacity CCXML/VXML Solution

TelcoBridges' Tmedia and Interact's SPOT Enable Creation of High-Capacity CCXML/VXML Solution










Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) May 13, 2008

TelcoBridges™ Inc., the preferred hardware and software supplier for telecom solution developers, today announced that Interact Incorporated Software Systems has integrated TelcoBridges' award-winning Tmedia telecom platform into its SPOT CCXML/VXML interpreter set. Using SPOT and TelcoBridges' telecom platform, operators worldwide can deliver IVR and conferencing services simultaneously on thousands of call channels, whether TDM or VoIP, within a familiar standards-based development environment.    

Interact provides high performance telecommunication solutions for operators and enterprises throughout 28 countries around the globe. Interact's new CCXML/VXML interpreter set - called SPOT - leverages TelcoBridges' technology to improve VoiceXML performance, eliminate CPU and memory limitations caused by traditional VXML solutions, and provide no loss of service-no loss of calls application server redundancy.    

Developed for use in telco environments requiring thousands of call channels, the solution offers leading high-performance. VoiceXML and CCXML compliant, the solution supports both TDM (with SS7 and ISDN signaling) and VoIP (using SIP signaling), IVR, third-party automatic speech recognition (ASR) and text-to-speech (TTS) using MRCP, and conferencing.

"Interact integrated its patent-pending VoiceXML and CCXML technology with TelcoBridges' hardware in order to offer the industry's best solution," said Greg Gissler, Founder, VP and CTO of Interact. "While Interact delivers CCXML/VXML performance in software, TelcoBridges delivers density, scalability and redundancy in hardware. Together, we deliver the most complete and the lowest total cost-of-ownership (TCO) solution for the carrier marketplace that is backed by our long history of providing IVR solutions."

The TelcoBridges-based Interact solution is available immediately, giving solution providers standards-compliant tools for building carrier-grade infrastructure, or for building voice solutions (IVR, ASR, TTS, conferencing, media servers) for carriers.                

"Interact has been able to eliminate one of the major roadblocks to the growth of VoiceXML solutions in operator environments: CPU and memory overload in high density and complex call flow environments. Operators worldwide can now benefit from our carrier-grade Tmedia platforms to deliver IVR applications in a CCXML/VXML application development environment," said Gaetan Campeau, President of TelcoBridges.

About TelcoBridges

TelcoBridges is clearly defining the future of communications technologies. By supplying the industry's best telecom platform, TelcoBridges is helping telecom solution developers of VoIP and TDM solutions realize their bright ideas. TelcoBridges' customers develop and deploy carrier-grade telecom solutions for some of the world's largest operators in more than 35 countries. For more information, please visit TelcoBridges.

About Interact Inc.

Interact is a software company renown for developing open, portable components that exceed industry benchmarks so that its clients can gain efficiencies and flexibility in their everyday operations. Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska USA, privately held Interact also has a Research and Development facility in Austin, Texas USA, and a Regional Sales office in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information, please visit Interact.

Media Inquiries:

Todd Keefe

For Immediate Release PR (for TelcoBridges)

Tel: +1 617 262 1968 x 100

Product Inquiries:

Claudio Spera

TelcoBridges

Tel: +1 450 655 8993 x 129

Douglas Page

Interact Inc.

Tel: +1 402-476-8786 x 383

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10Feb/110

TradeTech Uranium Spot Price Reaches Two-Year High in 2010 — Highest Spot Price Recorded Since August 2008

TradeTech Uranium Spot Price Reaches Two-Year High in 2010 -- Highest Spot Price Recorded Since August 2008












Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 3, 2011

A declining trend in uranium prices that began with the global financial crisis in 2008 and continued into 2009 was reversed in 2010, as TradeTech’s Uranium Spot Price Indicator climbed nearly 40 percent to US$ 62.00 per pound uranium oxide (U3O8) by year end.

TradeTech’s uranium spot price began the year at $ 44.50 per pound U3O8 and fell to an annual low of $ 40.50 on February 28, before prices began to strengthen at mid year. The price increase was spurred further in November when the spot price rose above the $ 60.00 level for the first time since August 2008. “China’s ambitious nuclear power expansion plan and the signing of two new contracts for its long-term uranium supply attracted renewed interest from the financial and investor sectors and propelled the price movement,” said TradeTech President Treva E. Klingbiel. “Additionally, the emergence of significant mid- and long-term demand combined with discretionary buying to exert further pressure on prices during the fourth quarter,” Klingbiel said.

The increase in the spot price was also supported by record spot market activity, with annual spot sales volume reaching 42.8 million pounds U3O8. The last time spot market activity was close to this level occurred two decades ago, when 1990 spot sales volume totaled 40.6 million pounds U3O8. “December sales of more than 2.2 million pounds U3O8 brought 2010 spot market volume to the record level, as producers, traders, and intermediaries attempted to place material before year end,” Klingbiel said.

Presently, spot uranium supply remains extremely thin as most sellers hold firm to offer prices and wait for increased demand during the first quarter of 2011. While spot demand is forecast to increase in the first quarter of this year, January is a traditionally slow month for the uranium spot market and prices are expected to remain firm or increase slightly, TradeTech noted in its December 31Nuclear Market Review.

About TradeTech

TradeTech publishes the Nuclear Market Review (NMR) each Friday evening, which reports the weekly uranium spot market price, uranium trading activity, industry news, and market data. The monthly edition of the NMR, published on the last day of each month, includes TradeTech Market Values (Exchange Value, UF6 Value, Loan Rate, Conversion Value, SWU Value, and Transaction Value) and Mid- and Long-Term Price Indicators, as well as analysis related to these price determinations, supply/demand information, and industry news. TradeTech also publishes The Nuclear Review, a monthly trade publication dedicated to the international uranium and nuclear energy industry.

TradeTech, and its predecessor companies–NUEXCO Information Services, CONCORD Information Services, and CONCORD Trading Company–has supported the uranium and nuclear fuel cycle industry for more than 40 years, and is widely recognized for its expertise in trading activities and its comprehensive knowledge of the technical, economic, and political factors affecting this industry. TradeTech provides expert market consulting, participates in the buying and selling of uranium products and services, and maintains an extensive information database on these industries.

For general and media inquiries contact:

TradeTech

Denver Tech Center

7887 E. Belleview Avenue

Suite 888

Englewood, CO 80111

Phone: 303.573.3530

Fax: 303.573.3531

E-mail: info(at)tradetech(dot)com

Web site: http://www.uranium.info

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29Jan/110

TradeTech Uranium Spot Price Reaches US$57.50

TradeTech Uranium Spot Price Reaches US$ 57.50












Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 8, 2010

TradeTech’s uranium spot price rose dramatically last week, soaring to a record two-year high of US$ 57.50 per pound uranium oxide (U3O8) on November 5, as buyers from a variety of market segments remain active in the uranium spot market.

The steep price rise represented more than a 10 percent increase compared to TradeTech’s October 31 Exchange Value(1) of $ 52 per pound U3O8. “While the level of spot market demand is primarily discretionary, it is exceptionally high, with buyers including utilities, traders, and producers,” said TradeTech President Treva E. Klingbiel. In addition, the recent rise in uranium prices has attracted the attention of investors and speculators, with hedge funds venturing back into the market, TradeTech noted in its November 5 "Nuclear Market Review."

The uranium spot price gained strength throughout the past several weeks, driven largely by utilities seeking offers for spot, mid- and long-term deliveries. This increase in demand has encouraged sellers and has led to steadily higher prices in offers and transactions. “Suppliers expect prices to continue climbing and are under no pressure to sell, which has made spot uranium supplies extremely thin,” Klingbiel said.

Utility and producer demand is expected to remain strong throughout November and TradeTech expects uranium spot market prices to remain firm or increase slightly.

(1)TradeTech’s Exchange Value reflects the company’s judgment of the price at which spot and near-term transactions for significant quantities of natural uranium concentrates (U3O8) could be concluded as of the last day of the month.

About TradeTech

TradeTech publishes the Nuclear Market Review (NMR) each Friday evening, which reports the weekly uranium spot market price, uranium trading activity, industry news, and market data. The monthly edition of the NMR, published on the last day of each month, includes TradeTech Market Values (Exchange Value, UF6 Value, Loan Rate, Conversion Value, SWU Value, and Transaction Value) and Mid- and Long-Term Price Indicators, as well as analysis related to these price determinations, supply/demand information, and industry news. TradeTech also publishes The Nuclear Review, a monthly trade publication dedicated to the international uranium and nuclear energy industry.

TradeTech, and its predecessor companies–NUEXCO Information Services, CONCORD Information Services, and CONCORD Trading Company–has supported the uranium and nuclear fuel cycle industry for more than 40 years, and is widely recognized for its expertise in trading activities and its comprehensive knowledge of the technical, economic, and political factors affecting this industry. TradeTech provides expert market consulting, participates in the buying and selling of uranium products and services, and maintains an extensive information database on these industries.

For general and media inquiries contact:

TradeTech

Denver Tech Center

7887 E. Belleview Avenue

Suite 888

Englewood, CO 80111

Phone: 303.573.3530

Fax: 303.573.3531

E-mail: info(at)tradetech(dot)com

Web site: http://www.uranium.info

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25Jan/110

TradeTech Uranium Spot Price Breaks US$60 Barrier

TradeTech Uranium Spot Price Breaks US$ 60 Barrier












Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 2, 2010 —

TradeTech’s uranium spot price rose significantly in November, climbing to a record two-year high of US$ 60.25 per pound uranium oxide (U3O8) on November 30—breaking the $ 60.00 price barrier for the first time since August 2008.

The steep price rise represented nearly a 16 percent increase compared to TradeTech’s October 31 Exchange Value (1) of $ 52 per pound U3O8. “China’s ambitious nuclear power expansion plan and the signing of two new contracts for long-term uranium supply attracted renewed interest from the financial and investor sectors and propelled the price movement,” said TradeTech President Treva E. Klingbiel. While buyers from a variety of market segments remain active in the uranium spot market, the bulk of material purchased in November involved traders and financial entities, TradeTech noted in its November 30 "Nuclear Market Review."

“The uranium spot price gained strength throughout the past several weeks, driven primarily by discretionary demand from trading and financial entities. This demand and the entrance of utilities seeking offers for mid- and long-term uranium deliveries encouraged sellers and led to steadily higher prices in offers and transactions,” Klingbiel added.

Uranium supply in the spot market is projected to remain limited for the remainder of the year and TradeTech expects uranium spot market prices to stay firm or increase slightly.

(1) TradeTech’s Exchange Value reflects the company’s judgment of the price at which spot and near-term transactions for significant quantities of natural uranium concentrates (U3O8) could be concluded as of the last day of the month.

About TradeTech

TradeTech publishes the "Nuclear Market Review" (NMR) each Friday evening, which reports the weekly uranium spot market price, uranium trading activity, industry news, and market data. The monthly edition of the NMR, published on the last day of each month, includes TradeTech Market Values (Exchange Value, UF6 Value, Loan Rate, Conversion Value, SWU Value, and Transaction Value) and Mid- and Long-Term Price Indicators, as well as analysis related to these price determinations, supply/demand information, and industry news. TradeTech also publishes "The Nuclear Review," a monthly trade publication dedicated to the international uranium and nuclear energy industry.

TradeTech, and its predecessor companies–NUEXCO Information Services, CONCORD Information Services, and CONCORD Trading Company–has supported the uranium and nuclear fuel cycle industry for more than 40 years, and is widely recognized for its expertise in trading activities and its comprehensive knowledge of the technical, economic, and political factors affecting this industry. TradeTech provides expert market consulting, participates in the buying and selling of uranium products and services, and maintains an extensive information database on these industries.

For general and media inquiries contact:

TradeTech

Denver Tech Center

7887 E. Belleview Avenue

Suite 888

Englewood, CO 80111

Phone: 303.573.3530

Fax: 303.573.3531

Web site: http://www.uranium.info

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23Jan/110

Glacier Computer Earns Spot on Inc. 5,000 List of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the Country




New Milford, CT (PRWEB) September 13, 2007

Inc. ranked Glacier Computer (www.glaciercomputer.com) No. 3,565 on its first-ever Inc. 5,000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country. Glacier Computer, a leading designer, developer, and supplier of rugged computers, including rugged laptops and rugged tablet computers, has experienced 81.7% growth over the past three years.

Rugged Tablet Computers for Harsh Environments

Glacier Computer offers rugged computers that are ideal for harsh environments, such as industrial computers, forklift computers, warehouse computers, as well as police car computers and other vehicle computers. Additionally, Glacier offers a large selection of rugged computers to most effectively meet each specific customer's needs, including mobile computers, waterproof computers, wireless mobile computers, rugged tablet computers and wall mount computers.

Vehicle Computers and Waterproof Computers Round Out Glacier's Product Offering

"We are extremely excited and proud to have been ranked on this prestigious list," stated John Geary, Vice President of Sales for Glacier. "Everyone at Glacier has put forth tremendous effort and worked hard to increase our sales growth while maintaining our commitment to offer the highest quality rugged computers for our customers."

The Inc. 5,000, an extension of Inc. magazine's annual Inc. 500 list, catches many businesses that are too big to grow at the pace required to make the Inc. 500, as well as a host of smaller firms. Taken as a whole, these companies represent the backbone of the U.S. economy.

About Inc.com:

Inc.com, the Daily Resource for Entrepreneurs, delivers advice, tools, breaking news, and rich multi-media to help business owners and CEOs start, run, and grow their businesses more successfully. Information and advice covering virtually every business and management task, including marketing, sales, finding capital, managing people can be found at http://www.inc.com.

About Glacier (www.glaciercomputer.com):

Glacier Computer designs and develops versatile, rugged industrial computer systems for harsh environments in a variety of markets, including LTL crossdock, distribution, warehousing, manufacturing and more. With its in-depth knowledge and experience in the industrial computing arena, Glacier takes pride in its ability to provide quality products and exceptional customer service to meet customers' needs. Glacier was honored to be ranked number 75 on the Entrepreneur Magazine Fastest Growing Company list in 2005. Glacier has been named as the rugged computer standard at numerous Fortune 500 internationally based companies and is relied upon for 24/7 mission critical operation in a multitude of industries and applications. Any further questions regarding Glacier Computer can be addressed by John Geary, Vice President of Sales at 603-882-1560 x 212

For more information about Glacier Computer, please contact 603-882-1560 or visit www.glaciercomputer.com.

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19Jan/110

TradeTech Uranium Spot Price Climbs 11% to US$52.00

TradeTech Uranium Spot Price Climbs 11% to US$ 52.00












Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 3, 2010

TradeTech’s uranium spot price climbed during the month of October amid renewed buying interest from a variety of market participants and ended the month at US$ 52 per pound uranium oxide (U3O8)—an increase of more than 11 percent compared to the September 30 TradeTech Exchange Value of $ 46.75(1).

The steep price hike, the largest increase in TradeTech’s Exchange Value since November 2008, was fueled by greater demand from utilities, producers, and traders, TradeTech reported in its October 31 "Nuclear Market Review." “The uranium spot price strengthened throughout October, driven largely by the entrance of utilities in the market, which were seeking offers for spot, mid- and long-term deliveries. This increase in demand encouraged sellers and led to steadily higher prices in offers and transactions,” said TradeTech President Treva E. Klingbiel. Uranium producers were also active buyers in October, which provided further support for higher prices. Demand in the term uranium market was extremely strong as well, with a number of utility buyers evaluating mid- and long-term offers.

For the month of October, TradeTech reported total spot market sales volume of more than 4.8 million pounds U3O8, which was transacted in 36 deals. Total year-to-date volume stands at 37.4 million pounds U3O8 equivalent, compared to 28.3 million pounds U3O8 equivalent transacted during the same period in 2009.

Added utility and producer demand is expected to emerge in November and TradeTech expects uranium spot market prices to remain firm or increase slightly.

(1) TradeTech’s Exchange Value reflects the company’s judgment of the price at which spot and near-term transactions for significant quantities of natural uranium concentrates (U3O8) could be concluded as of the last day of the month.

About TradeTech

TradeTech publishes the "Nuclear Market Review" (NMR) each Friday evening, which reports the weekly uranium spot market price, uranium trading activity, industry news, and market data. The monthly edition of the NMR, published on the last day of each month, includes TradeTech Market Values (Exchange Value, UF6 Value, Loan Rate, Conversion Value, SWU Value, and Transaction Value) and Mid- and Long-Term Price Indicators, as well as analysis related to these price determinations, supply/demand information, and industry news. TradeTech also publishes "The Nuclear Review," a monthly trade publication dedicated to the international uranium and nuclear energy industry.

TradeTech, and its predecessor companies–NUEXCO Information Services, CONCORD Information Services, and CONCORD Trading Company–has supported the uranium and nuclear fuel cycle industry for more than 40 years, and is widely recognized for its expertise in trading activities and its comprehensive knowledge of the technical, economic, and political factors affecting this industry. TradeTech provides expert market consulting, participates in the buying and selling of uranium products and services, and maintains an extensive information database on these industries.

For general and media inquiries contact:

TradeTech

Denver Tech Center

7887 E. Belleview Avenue

Suite 888

Englewood, CO 80111

Phone: 303.573.3530

Fax: 303.573.3531

E-mail: info(at)tradetech(dot)com

Web site: http://www.uranium.info

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