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Deal Radar 2010: Krawler

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 14th 2010

Krawler delivers Deskera, an on-demand enterprise application suite that is designed to offer a full suite of products – customer relationship management (CRM), project management, accounting, human resource management system (HRMS), learning management system; and leave and absence management – on the same platform at a low monthly price suitable for small and medium businesses. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: CampusBookRentals.com, Utah

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 13th 2010

CampusBookRentals.com (CBR), which describes itself as being like Netflix for textbooks, rents textbooks to college students for prices that can be more than 50% off the purchase price. The company is an early entrant in the burgeoning market of textbook rental, where students pay to keep books for a certain period of time.  >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Zong

Posted on Monday, Apr 12th 2010

Zong is a mobile payment service used by online gaming and social networking sites. It leverages direct connections with mobile network operators around the world to provide consumers, merchants, and publishers with a a secure payment solution. It claims that its payment experience converts shoppers into buyers at rates up to ten times greater than traditional payment methods. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Avisena

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 7th 2010

Avisena provides revenue cycle management (RCM) technology and services to medical practices à la athenahealth. The Avisena business model combines proprietary practice management technology delivered through the Web with a back-office service organization staffed with a team who manage collections and help physicians to better understand and improve their revenue cycles. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Thread Logic

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 6th 2010

Thread Logic creates custom logo embroidered apparel for businesses and organizations. Products include everything from polo shirts to aprons to fleece blankets. In a business that has been slow to go online, Thread Logic has focused almost exclusively on Internet sales while maintaining close customer relationships. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: HealthYes!

Posted on Monday, Apr 5th 2010

HealthYes! is a preventive medical screening company for asymptomatic life-threatening medical conditions and diseases including heart disease, stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral artery disease, diabetes, liver disease, and osteoporosis. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Nimbus Partners

Posted on Wednesday, Mar 31st 2010

Nimbus builds business process management (BPM) software for the iPod generation. Its main product, Nimbus Control, has evolved from a single user documentation tool to a Web-based application. Clients can use Nimbus Control to create an online operations manual which can, the company says, act as the “single source of the truth” for all employees to understand their role, responsibilities, and the processes which they have to follow. The benefits are easier change management, leaner operations, fewer mistakes, less risk, and easier compliance. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: JanRain, Portland, Oregon

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 30th 2010

JanRain helps organizations to succeed on the authenticated Web with its user management platform. A key component of the platform is RPX, an enterprise-class solution that enables a website to expedite the registration and log-in processes with a user’s third-party account, import user profile information and address books, and make it easy to publish website activity back to multiple social networks. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Egnyte

Posted on Monday, Mar 29th 2010

Egnyte is a software-as-a-service provider that offers an integrated, on-demand solution to the three most common technology challenges facing small businesses: data storage, information sharing, and computer backup.  >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Servoy, Amsterdam, Holland

Posted on Wednesday, Mar 24th 2010

Deloitte Fast 50 company Servoy BV is the developer of a hybrid (SaaS and on-premise modes) platform to help build and deploy applications faster than traditional development environments. Applications can be deployed both modes from a single code base. Servoy is used by independent software vendors (ISVs) to develop entire vertical and horizontal applications and by internal developers and consultants for custom application development. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: nowHIRE, Detroit, Michigan

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 23rd 2010

nowHIRE provides recruiting and hiring management technology for the human capital management (HCM) vertical. The company’s line of Web-based applicant tracking systems were designed for clients seeking measurable results in corporate, hourly, and internal recruitment. Its solutions feature fully integrated talent management software modules, including I-9 compliance, sourcing, and E-Verify. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Rasmussen

Posted on Monday, Mar 22nd 2010

Where will the jobs be in the 21st century, and how can the next generation of people prepare to perform them? Several Entrepreneur Journeys interviews with executives of online or blended universities have offered their perspective on how to help people, on a large scale, learn what they need to know to work in today’s world. Now Deal Radar tackles the question with Rasmussen, Inc., an online post-secondary educational services organization that offers degrees in fields of high demand through its network of 18 Rasmussen College campuses across the Midwest and the Southeast and partnerships with 14 other universities through its online education services provider, Deltak. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Graystone Creations

Posted on Wednesday, Mar 17th 2010

“You have to understand that I was the most computer-phobic person you could imagine,” said John Olson when talking about the online evolution of Graystone Creations, his business for fountains and fountain and pond supplies. >>>

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Deal Radar 2010: Medallia

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 16th 2010

On September 10, 2001, Medallia pitched to its first customer, a top five hotel company, as a pilot customer. Then came September 11th. Much to Medallia’s surprise, the hotel called back on September 12 and said it would like to move forward with Medallia, which built the prototype system. The company pressed ahead, and after six months the hotel replaced its traditional search system with Medallia, a platform that uses SaaS and Web-based technology to collect “customer intelligence” at every point of contact, allowing companies to measure customer sentiment accurately. The platform delivers real-time feedback and prompts employees to act on that feedback continuously. >>>

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1Mby1M Deal Radar 2010: Beyond The Rack, Montreal, Canada

Posted on Monday, Mar 15th 2010

It’s all the fun (and great clothes) of a sample sale without the crowds or the need to live in a big city. Montreal-based Beyond the Rack is private sale shopping club serving members throughout the United States, Canada, and other countries around the world. The company sells designer fashions, hosiery, underwear, swimwear, jewelry, cosmetic and beauty products, and accessories from recognized brands at prices up to 70% off retail. >>>

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