Monthly Archives:: June 2012

Palo Alto Software Names Caroline Cummings VP of Marketing
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Palo Alto Software Names Caroline Cummings VP of Marketing

Software developer adds experience and depth to its management team. Eugene, OR June 26, 2012 Palo Alto Software, developer of the number one selling business planning and management tools, LivePlan, Business Plan Pro, and Sales and Marketing Plan Pro, is proud to announce the appointment of Caroline Cummings as Vice President of Marketing. “As our… Read more »

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The One-Page Business Plan

If you’ve been putting off writing your business plan, you are not alone. Writing a business plan can seem like a daunting task and an easy one to avoid. But, it doesn’t have to be. An easy way to start is with a one-page business plan. There’s really not any difference between a “one page… Read more »

Product Update: Dashboard Features
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Product Update: Dashboard Features

Our latest product update went live on Thursday evening. In addition to the usual bug fixes and minor improvements, this release added these notable features: More good stuff on the Dashboard The Dashboard tab makes it easy to track your progress and implement your business plan. How do your actual sales and expenses compare with your… Read more »

Palo Alto Software and Oregon Small Business Development Center Network Announce Strategic Partnership to Expand eLearning Opportunities
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Palo Alto Software and Oregon Small Business Development Center Network Announce Strategic Partnership to Expand eLearning Opportunities

New tools are being developed to help Small Business Development Center Network clients overcome challenges associated with time and distance. Eugene, OR June 01, 2012 Palo Alto Software and the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network (OSBDCN) are proud to announce a collaborative partnership to develop the Technology Impact Program (TIP), an integrated learning management… Read more »

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Do You Expect Face Time Or Quality Time?

Is the amount of time somebody spends at the office indicative of the quality or quantity of the work they produce? Not so long ago, offices were filled with people who were putting in face time, or “working” 18 hours days because that’s what it took to get ahead. But the question is, were they… Read more »