Tuesday, August 4, 2009

(Hardly) The Lazy Days of Summer

Farmers' MarketImage by NatalieMaynor via Flickr

Summer is definitely in full swing here in the Northwest -we've had a couple of weeks of record heat, the farmers markets are full of beautiful produce, my boys are filling the days between their recently completed summer camps and the start of football and band camps with the final week of swim team practice before the championship meet, and 24 of my colleagues are in their final training days for the 28th annual Hood to Coast 197 mile relay race. With all this and more going on, one might be lead to believe we're firmly entrenched in the fabled Lazy Days of Summer.

Fortunately, that's not the case at all - our whole company has been rallying around the launch of the Summer 09 Release of the EthicsPoint Issue and Event Manager Professional and Enterprise solutions. This is the first big release I've enjoyed since joining our company last Fall, and I am incredibly proud of the effort of the whole team. Our engineers have put in many long hours and truly produced a fantastic solution for our customers. Our Client Services, Professional Services and Marketing teams have also worked diligently to ensure that we are fully prepared to support this new release in the market - we've got new training videos, new services offerings, enhanced documentation, updated content on our community forum and more. Combined with our announcement last week of our new web report forms, we really are delivering on our promise to clients to better help them gather information, manage that information and ultimately gain insight from that data with respect to the risks facing their organization.

I know this post is a bit of self-congratulatory - which I try not to do very often - but I believe it's important to celebrate and recognize great teamwork and effort. And I'd love to hear feedback from all of you who logged on to a brand new experience - are you as happy with the release as I am????
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