More chances to win!

Posted by Siobhan Hitchmough

Clothing manufacturers, pet stores, warehouses, medical practices, not for profit…and that’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg! We have been so inspired by the variety of businesses and industries we’ve found in the user base and your enthusiasm for what you do that we’re throwing another USB drive into the mix!

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inflow 2.3

Experts agree, get inFlow version 2.3!

Posted by Siobhan Hitchmough

The inFlow team has been hard at work and it’s time once again to release the new and improved inFlow to the public! Thank you to all our customers who participated in the beta test and helped to make this the best version of inFlow yet! This release incorporates the changes which have been addressed over the past few beta’s as well as as few new features to make it even easier to use inFlow

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Updates to beta version 2.3 released!

Posted by Siobhan Hitchmough

Hurrah, it’s time for another update! As with the last release of this beta version, changes here are designed to improve usability within the program. This update concentrates on correcting some small items which have been discovered thanks to the dedication of our beta users. The update also incorporates suggestions made regarding things like custom documents, improving import functions and adding more options to reports.

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E-Commerce: why your product blurb, has big value

Posted by Siobhan Hitchmough

Copywriting is one aspect of your website which can be overlooked when designing a new online presence. It can seem that a description is all you need, though hours will be spent on the graphics and layout of your new site. Often times however, the most powerful tool that you have in online sales is the website copy. What’s more, this copy can be the item which has the largest effect on whether your potential clients reach your website at all.

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new year

New Year, new commitment…

Posted by Siobhan Hitchmough

We’ve all made well intentioned commitments for the upcoming year. Much like that promise to go to the gym, it’s easy to start off strong and find you’re having trouble sticking with it. Let’s start out 2011 right by debunking a few of the most common mistakes we all make when attacking our new year’s resolutions (both at the office, and at home).

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