Volume 18, Number 3
- Xerox Corporation has launched the DocuMate 3640, a duplex, legal-sized flatbed scanner that can read up to 80 images per minute. The new product, which uses Visioneer OneTouch technology, features an automatic document feeder with an 80-page capacity
“The Xerox DocuMate 3640 is the perfect scanning solution for the whole department or just the person who supports the entire department,” says John Capurso, vice president of marketing at Visioneer, a company which has its headquarters in Hacienda. “Anyone can scan a stack of documents, convert the images into a searchable PDF file and then e-mail, print or store it with a single touch of a button. Visioneer’s advanced drivers provide compatibility and connectivity to enterprise capture and content management applications such as Xerox DocuShare. And the legal-sized flatbed makes this scanner particularly attractive for the government, insurance, real-estate and legal markets.”
- Hacienda’s FunMobility has partnered with Teleflora to allow FunMail users to send free virtual flower bouquets to any mobile phone in the U.S., along with a 15% discount coupon good for real fresh flowers from Teleflora. Under the promotion, Teleflora virtual bouquets will appear when any FunMail is created using the words “love,” “flowers,” or “valentine.”
“Lots of people use FunMail to tell a loved one how they feel,” says Adam Lavine, FunMobility's CEO. “What better way to do that than with beautiful mobile flower arrangement?”
FunMail is currently available for iPhone and Android, and can be downloaded by searching for “FunMail” on Apple's App Store or Google's Android Marketplace, or by visiting www.funmail.com.
- Equity Administration Solutions, Inc. (EASi), an independent stock plan management software company headquartered in Hacienda, issued its first major software release for 2010. The new release introduces selective processing for restricted-based award vesting, deferral and taxable events, new functionality which gives customers greater control over the way they process transactions by way of numerous filters. EASi also added functionality that gives companies multiple ways to suspend vesting of a restricted award for processing at a future date, which is useful for unaccepted grants and termination scenarios where vesting is suspended for a period of time.
“Creating highly efficient user processes is a big part of what drives our development efforts,” says Mark Ebersole, EASi’s chief technology officer.
Also in this issue ...
- New Ellie Mae Acquisition Helps Mortgage Lenders Streamline Compliance
- Pyramid Screening Introduces Gen-2 Jobs Board, BulletHire.com
- Business Bits
- Executive Profile: Andrew Maxwell, Heart of the Valley Pediatric Cardiology
- BKF Engineers 'Very Strong and Growing'
- World Vision Plays Large Role in Haitian Relief - Past, Present and Future
- Local & Regional Educational Resources
- April 26 Bogey Bash Golf Tournament Raises Funds for Arc of Alameda County
- 511 Rideshare: A Commute Calculation That Adds Up
- 'SHAKE 2010' Earthquake Exercise Comes to Hacienda the Week of April 26
- New 511 RideMatch Service
- Save the Date! A Taste of Summer
- Hacienda Index