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2014-06-16 08:34:35

SAN FRANCISCO, June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Access to endpoint's PULSE configuration software internalizes the IRT system build process for companies conducting clinical trials endpoint today announced the availability of its PULSE(TM) platform as a Software as a Service (SaaS) product. endpoint's PULSE platform has been used to configure and deploy Interactive Response Technology (IRT) systems for hundreds of clinical trials accessible via phone (IVR), web (IWR) and...

2013-11-26 23:31:24

In an era where life tends to move at a supersonic speed, with a new high tech idea thrown out there on a daily basis, sometimes a bit of simplicity can go a very long way. Leeds, United Kingdom (PRWEB) November 26, 2013 Squiggler, an innovative new game app that infuses an old school idea with a modern twist, is the breath of fresh air required, allowing for the use of a massively overlooked human fundamental: imagination. Developed by Outhouse Digital, a fresh thinking, forward moving...

2013-06-25 23:26:30

Having earned, not purchased, 20,000 new Facebook fans, Lexington Law’s credit repair specialists pledge to continue the fight against industry misinformation using Social Media. (PRWEB) June 25, 2013 In June 2013, Lexington Law’s Facebook page broke the 20,000 fan mark for the first time and they saw more than 10,000 people "talking about" their brand. Such a milestone sets them apart from competitors and indicates how effective word of mouth has been for their exemplary...

2006-08-24 11:56:44

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Matt Green and Don Badaczewski emerged from a subway train in the Bronx just before sunrise on Thursday dazed, confused and victorious. The two friends from college traversed the entire New York subway system in a hair over 24 hours, shaving more than an hour off the previous record. Green, 26, and Badaczewski, 24, went without sleep during their trip, and in Green's case, food. "I'm pretty tired, not that hungry. My speech is definitely slurred. ... I'm just...

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