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DELTEK BUYS WORKBOOK

DELTEK BUYS WORKBOOK

Deltek, which makes software for project-based business, has acquired Copenhagen, Denmark-based WorkBook. Founded in 2000, WorkBook markets what Deltek described "one of the most widely used management tools in the...

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Niels Heimburger, WorkBookDeltek, which makes software for project-based business, has acquired Copenhagen, Denmark-based WorkBook. Founded in 2000, WorkBook markets what Deltek described "one of the most widely used management tools in the advertising industry globally". Terms were not disclosed.

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Created on Thursday, 21 September 2017 03:53
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Greg Volm, former Xero sales VPIn October, this publication had a headline "Xero Shakes up Executive Ranks". There has been a continuation in that theme since Keri Gohman became president of Xero's American operation on January 1. It should not be surprising that several titles have changed in this country under a new leader.

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Created on Wednesday, 20 September 2017 05:22
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Ian McKellen as GandalfInteresting to see a couple of 11-year olds at the local convenience store wearing tie-dyed Woodstock themed t-shirts. "Oh, did your grandparents attend?" I asked. The Woodstock generation has gone from songs like "I Can't Get No Satisfaction" to "I think I remember what it was like being satisfied."

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Created on Friday, 15 September 2017 17:37
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Charles Phillips, InforSAAS revenue led all categories of income for Infor for the first quarter ended July 31. That came as the software company reported an 8-percent increase in revenue over the prior year's corresponding period. However, Infor's bottom line fell prey to the increased value of the euro.

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Created on Friday, 15 September 2017 01:46
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Vicki Cantrell, AptosAptos, which markets retail technology applications, has made some key executive hires this month. Most recently, it named Vicki Cantrell as its first retail transformation officer. She will serve on the executive team as will Steve Aulds, picked as development leader two days earlier.

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Created on Friday, 15 September 2017 01:13
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DELTEK BUYS WORKBOOK

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Deltek, which makes software for project-based business, has acquired Copenhagen, Denmark-based WorkBook. Founded in 2000, WorkBook markets what Deltek described "one of the most widely used management tools in the...

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