Do you need to squeeze more profit, but not squeeze your customers? Is your CEO looking to the sales team to increase the bottom line, without looking at how streamlining internal efficiencies can increase revenue and performance? Ask yourself, are you running the most efficient operation? Maybe it’s time find out, the good news is there is still time to register for NAPEO’s CFO Seminar scheduled for July 16 & 17th at the Seaport Hotel in Boston.
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The #1 Portable, Ruggedized Timekeeping System Now Integrates with Famous Software, Increasing Support for Agriculture Customers
LOS ANGELES—Exaktime, Inc., makers of The JobClock® System, announced new support for Famous Software, the leading accounting software solution for the produce and agribusiness industries. Now growers, distributors/wholesalers and packers/shippers can use JobClocks and PocketClocks® to collect time and attendance, review and edit the time records in TimeSummit® software and bring the information into Famous Software for accounting and payroll processing.
I’m getting ready to head out to NAPEO’s SalesQuest, being held this year at the Ritz Carlton in Sarasota Florida. The event started this morning with the SalesQuest Golf Tournament, the sessions start this afternoon at 2:00 PM with “The Mark of a Leader: Why It’s the Right Time and Place to Be Selling PEO Services, presented by Doug Keeley, CEO and Chief Storyteller of Mark of a Leader. My friend Clay Kelley follows that presentation with “From Bogie to Birdie: What Makes a Deal Close?” After a short networking break, Chad Jenkins of BluePrint Selling presents “The Approach: Waking the Latent Buyer”. Today’s sessions wrap up with Interactive Roundtable Discussion ending a 6:30, followed by a Networking Reception from 6:30 to 7:30.
LOS ANGELES (Business Wire EON/PRWEB ) June 18, 2008—The Total HR Network (www.totalhrnet.com), a new vehicle to assist local insurance agents, CPA’s and other business consultants deal with the intense competitive pressures and profit erosion caused by the continuing soft market and the growing encroachment of PEO’s on markets traditionally held by local business advisors and insurance agents was launched in June.
Veteran truck driver Jerry Van Emmerik has won the 2007-2008 Safety Top Dog Award, which includes a check for $12,500, sponsored by The TLC Companies.
Van Emmerik, who drives approximately 125,000 miles per year, started at Lake Valley Trucking in Wheaton, Minn., in May 1997. He began driving over-the-road in 1978, and his career has spanned more than 30 years. He was chosen randomly from a large group of drivers from across the nation who had also met the program’s stringent qualifications and had registered in each of the program’s four three-month periods.