December Business Bits

  • Visioneer's Strobe 500 Document Scanner has been named a PC Magazine "Best of the Year 2010" award winner in two different categories, desktop scanner and mobile scanner.

    "We have tremendous respect for the analysts, labs and editors at PC Magazine who truly understand the technology, value and benefits of document scanning," said John Capurso, vice president of marketing at Visioneer, which has its headquarters in Hacienda. "We are further appreciative of their recognition of the Strobe 500. The hard work and dedication of many people at Visioneer have made this product a success and an impressive productivity tool for our customers."

    According to PC Magazine, product testing included benchmarks, stress tests, green tech checks (including a product's energy efficiency, recyclability, and what kind of environmental certifications it has). "From these tests and with a large dollop of experience, expertise, and common sense, they determine how to rate these products, and in particular, which get picked as an Editors' Choice."

  • Three Hacienda companies - Adept Technology, IntegenX, and Xradia - were among the finalists for the recent California Game Changer awards, as determined by the Governor's Office of Economic Development (GoED).

    "California has always been a global innovation leader and this has fueled our economic competitiveness for many decades," said GoED director Joel A. Ayala. "The Game Changers Conference gives us the opportunity to recognize and honor a select group of companies who are cementing California's global economic standing by reinventing tomorrow for the rest of the world."

  • Eli Lilly and Company, one of the ten largest global pharmaceutical companies, has chosen Veeva Systems' Veeva CRM applications suite for a major worldwide deployment.

    "We are excited to enter into this partnership with Eli Lilly and Company," said Peter Gassner, president and CEO of Hacienda's Veeva Systems. "We feel our products and services will help Lilly increase the efficiency and effectiveness of its customer facing teams."

    "Implementing Veeva CRM will help Lilly streamline operations on a global basis, increase agility, and focus our interactions to the unique needs of health care providers," stated Michael Heim, chief information officer at Lilly.

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