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News Article | May 31, 2017
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Smartlink Mobile Systems, a leading provider of value-based healthcare solutions, today announced that the company has changed its name to Smartlink Health Solutions. The name change reflects Smartlink’s expanding multi-pronged approach to wellness and chronic disease management and its focus on enabling clients to accelerate the transition to value-based payment models. The recent acquisition of care management intellectual properties from Managing Care Solutions further strengthened Smartlink’s portfolio. The name change also reflects the recent strategic investment in Smartlink by DXC Technology, which was recently formed by the completed merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, a global leader in next-generation IT services and innovative healthcare solutions. The investment has enabled Smartlink to expand its development team and accelerate its ability to bring new innovations to market. “When we founded Smartlink Mobile in 2012, we set out to provide affordable solutions that help improve the quality of care for all individuals, not just those who are high risk,” said Dr. Siu Tong, CEO, Smartlink. “We initially innovated around improving care management and coordination between patients and their providers via mobile technology. Over the last several years, we have continued to innovate by expanding our suite of patient engagement solutions, and in so doing we have developed a much broader value-based portfolio.” Dr. Tong added that the company has leveraged its core platform to address the interoperability problem with a rapid and low-cost solution, enabling providers to become clinically integrated from a technology perspective very quickly. Smartlink’s MACRA Solution Suite includes this capability, as well as Value-Based Chronic Care Management, Annual Wellness Visit, and Referral Management software and services. Smartlink Health Solutions is an innovator in value-based healthcare solutions aimed at wellness and chronic disease management. Smartlink’s MACRA Solution Suite includes end to end solutions for Annual Wellness Visits, Value-Based Chronic Care Management (VBCCM), and Referral Management. Healthcare providers on disparate EMRs are also able to seamlessly share clinical information and collaborate on care via the Smartlink platform, ensuring the level of coordination necessary for commercial contracting. Smartlink’s unique approach to patient enrollment, operational efficiency, electronic collaboration, and guided care management enables clinical services outsourcing organizations and providers to efficiently coordinate care with their client clinics and provide the highest quality of care to the patients they serve. For more information, visit SmartlinkHealth.com.


News Article | May 29, 2017
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On May 28, 2017 staff members at Willow Cree Healing Lodge, a minimum security federal institution, determined that Brian Bergey and Joseph Wesley had left the property without authorization and returned. They were apprehended by CSC staff members. CSC is conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident. Ensuring the safety and security of institutions, staff, and public remains the highest priority in the operations of the federal correctional system.


News Article | June 1, 2017
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For the third year in a row, Amerisure Insurance’s Atlanta Core Service Center (CSC) has been named one of Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR). Amerisure was selected from among hundreds of businesses located in metro Atlanta. “We take pride in the fact that Amerisure’s Atlanta CSC is able to create a work culture worthy of recognition by the NABR,” said Angela McBride, Amerisure’s Chief Administrative Officer. “We believe in fostering employee collaboration and teamwork both within the company and when serving our partner agencies and policyholders. We feel this is one of many reasons why Amerisure has been honored as a leading employer in metro Atlanta.” Amerisure was evaluated by an independent research firm based on key criteria such as: compensation; benefits; employee enrichment, engagement and retention; employee education and development; employee achievement and recognition; communication and shared vision; diversity and inclusion; and work life balance. The NABR provides the business community an opportunity to gain recognition, showcase their best practices and demonstrate why they are an ideal place for employees to work. The national program celebrates those companies that are cultivating better business, creating richer lives and building a stronger community as a whole. This is the third time the Atlanta CSC has received this honor and Amerisure has been named 11 times to Metropolitan Detroit’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®. The Atlanta CSC will be recognized for this honor at an event on June 28, 2017 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. About Amerisure Insurance Amerisure Mutual Insurance Company is an insurance organization charged with creating exceptional value for its Partners for Success® agencies and policyholders. As an A-rated (Excellent) property and casualty insurance company licensed in 50 states, Amerisure provides a comprehensive line of insurance products to protect businesses focused in construction, manufacturing and healthcare through strategically located Core Service Centers. For more information, visit http://www.amerisure.com.


News Article | May 31, 2017
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ISS (ISS.CO, ISS DC, ISSDY), a global leading facility service provider, today announced an update on its partnership with HP. In 2015, HP split into two companies – HP Enterprise and HP Inc. Early April 2017, HP Enterprise completed a spin-off and merger of its Enterprise Services business with CSC to form a new company, DXC Technology. DXC Technology has decided to continue with its incumbent service provider from the former CSC business. As a result of the spin-offs into HP Inc. and DXC Technology, ISS expects a scope reduction with these two entities. The revenues generated from the services provided to the two spin-off companies in 2016 were approximately 2% of the total sales of the ISS Group. However, there are uncertainties about the scope of services and the associated revenues that ISS will retain as well as the timing of the scope reduction. ISS will continue to work in partnership with all parties to retain as many of the services as possible. ISS’s services to Hewlett Packard Enterprise are not affected and currently run until the end of 2018. In 2016, these services generated revenue of approximately 1.5% of ISS Group revenue. ISS expects no material impact on 2017 revenues and the financial outlook for 2017 remains unchanged.


News Article | May 30, 2017
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Rigaku Corporation is pleased to announce its attendance at the 100th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (CSC 2017), the conference is being held from May 28 to June 1, 2017 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in downtown Toronto. Rigaku Oxford Diffraction (ROD) is representing its diverse lines of chemical and macromolecular crystallography systems at booth 710. CSC 2017 will showcase science from across Canada and around the world, featuring the latest innovations in research in the traditional sub-disciplines of chemistry. The event will feature plenary, invited and submitted lectures, jointly organized international symposia, poster sessions, panel discussions, and special events. More information about single crystal diffraction solutions from Rigaku is available at http://www.rigaku-od.com/. ROD was formed as the global single crystal business unit of Rigaku Corporation after the acquisition of the former Oxford Diffraction organization from Agilent Technologies in 2015. ROD is a leader in the field of single crystal analysis, both in the field of chemical crystallography as well as well as macromolecular crystallography. Formed in 1951, Rigaku Corporation is a leading analytical instrumentation company based out of Tokyo, Japan.


News Article | May 31, 2017
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Goliath Technologies is the leading provider of proactive IT Operations software for hybrid IT. Regardless of where IT Infrastructure, applications or users are located, their software is purpose built to anticipate, troubleshoot, resolve and prevent end user experience issues. Today, they announced that CloudShape selected Goliath’s Product Suite to support their Citrix DaaS customers. “As the leader in Secure DaaS solutions for the enterprise, CloudShape is dedicated to helping organizations securely transform their IT infrastructure to meet the changing business culture,” said Brad Osborne, Co-Founder & CEO. “We selected Goliath Technologies as a key partner to support our DaaS service because they understand both the technical and business requirements of service providers.” Goliath Technologies is purpose built to enable service providers to manage to their customer SLA’s. From one console, Goliath Technologies Software correlates VDI delivery infrastructure with end user experience so that trending performance issues can be detected before end users are impacted. In addition, there is specific functionality for service providers including native multi-tenancy, role-based security, and grouping based on geography, application, infrastructure or functional responsibility. The ability to anticipate issues before they happen is essential in an environment where there is a hyper focus on meeting customer service level agreements. “The way organizations think of IT is changing considerably. The trend towards consumption of IT services through third parties is growing rapidly. CloudShape has a unique offering of on-premises DaaS for those who need secure DaaS,” said Thomas Charlton, Chairman and CEO of Goliath Technologies. “We are very pleased that they have selected Goliath Technologies to support their go to market service and strategy. Our value to service providers goes beyond technology, and we understand and support their business model. This makes us unique in the market.” About Goliath Technologies Goliath Technologies provides proactive IT operations software for Enterprises, Service Providers and SMB’s to address the challenges associated with managing a hybrid IT infrastructure. Organizations of all sizes are moving to the Cloud in some form and our products are purpose built to assist in that transition because we manage applications, infrastructure and users regardless of where they are located. Customers use our products to monitor, analyze, troubleshoot and report so performance issues can be resolved before end users are impacted. Because, IT infrastructure is moving. IT accountability is not. Customers include Walmart, American Airlines, Bank of America, Viacom, UHS, HCL, CSC, ADP, Verizon Wireless, Voya, and Office Depot. About CloudShape CloudShape is an IT services and outsourcing company focused on helping government agencies to securely transform their IT infrastructure. What sets us apart is our cloud-based services delivery model. This technology-as-a-service driven approach puts the focus on business outcomes rather than activities and tasks. Our On-Premises Desktop-as-a-Service solution combines the benefits of traditional DaaS and in-house deployed VDI – a secure and compliant solution with low capital costs, predictable monthly operating costs, and an exceptional user experience.


News Article | May 31, 2017
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ISS (ISS.CO, ISS DC, ISSDY), a global leading facility service provider, today announced an update on its partnership with HP. In 2015, HP split into two companies – HP Enterprise and HP Inc. Early April 2017, HP Enterprise completed a spin-off and merger of its Enterprise Services business with CSC to form a new company, DXC Technology. DXC Technology has decided to continue with its incumbent service provider from the former CSC business. As a result of the spin-offs into HP Inc. and DXC Technology, ISS expects a scope reduction with these two entities. The revenues generated from the services provided to the two spin-off companies in 2016 were approximately 2% of the total sales of the ISS Group. However, there are uncertainties about the scope of services and the associated revenues that ISS will retain as well as the timing of the scope reduction. ISS will continue to work in partnership with all parties to retain as many of the services as possible. ISS’s services to Hewlett Packard Enterprise are not affected and currently run until the end of 2018. In 2016, these services generated revenue of approximately 1.5% of ISS Group revenue. ISS expects no material impact on 2017 revenues and the financial outlook for 2017 remains unchanged.


CIMdata to Host Free Webinar on Managing PLM Solution and Data Obsolescence In this free educational webinar participants will be provided with a high-level review of obsolescence research and requirements being undertaken by the CIMdata administered Aerospace & Defense PLM Action Group. Ann Arbor, MI, July 13, 2017 --( Managing the risks associated with PLM solution and data obsolescence within the Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industry, and other industries, is a large and growing problem. The long lifespan of products and the large volume of complex data with complex relationships mean that the product data will need to transition through several generations of IT solutions. The resulting risks include significant expenses when PLM solutions need to be upgraded and data integrity risks when technology architecture changes and updates are applied. To address these risks, the CIMdata administered A&D PLM Action Group, an association of like-minded OEMs who have joined forces to remediate their common pain points, assigned a cross-industry team to identify the causes and potential remedies. This webinar will provide a high-level review of the obsolescence research and the requirements that the team addresses to PLM solution providers. According to the webinar host, CIMdata’s Director for Aerospace & Defense, James Roche, “A&D OEMs will no longer tolerate the escalating cost and risk of data loss associated with a PLM technology refresh. Within the A&D PLM Action Group, industry leaders have collaborated to deliver an initial set of architecture principles and requirements to the software providers for provisioning more sustainable PLM solutions. While the heavy cost and risk of PLM technology refresh in A&D crystalized in funded action within that industry, the resulting architectural principles and requirements are applicable across industries.” Mr. Roche has over 30 years of experience in transformation and IT enablement of product development and manufacturing processes. He has been a strategic advisor and program manager for PLM programs across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Before joining CIMdata Mr. Roche was a PLM Practice Manager at CSC Consulting and at A.T. Kearney. He was also at EDS, where served as the chief architect for General Motors’ worldwide engineering systems and as head technical negotiator for strategic supplier contracts. For this webinar, Mr. Roche will be joined by CIMdata’s practice manager for PLM Enterprise Value & Integration, Tom Gill. Mr. Gill has over 25 years of experience applying computer-based solutions to engineering and manufacturing. Before joining CIMdata he worked as an independent PLM consultant, after spending over 20 years at high-volume manufacturing companies. Mr. Gill has worked on projects in numerous industries, including fabrication & assembly, food & beverage, defense, chemical, and medical devices. He has executed PLM strategy projects, solution evaluation-and-selection projects, deployment planning, and training development for industrial clients. The webinar will be an hour long and will consider: the negative consequences of PLM technology obsolescence, insights into the root causes, the goals this group of A&D industry leaders has set for remediation of the consequences of obsolescence and their approach towards achieving them, the major causes and mitigation methods available for managing obsolescence, an integration strategy and architecture principles that can be adopted, and the high-level requirements and compliance expectations that are being promoted to PLM software providers. The webinar will be useful to PLM program and project leaders, PLM program and project planners, product development managers and team leaders, PLM data retention and LOTAR specialists, product development collaboration managers, product development collaboration process planners, corporate IT and IT support planners, PLM IT and IT support planners, and anyone wanting to learn more about managing data obsolescence. During the webinar attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the topics discussed. To find out more, visit: http://www.cimdata.com/en/education/educational-webinars/webinar-managing-plm-solution-and-data-obsolescence. To register for this webinar please visit: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/9163376462795000835. About CIMdata CIMdata, a leading independent worldwide firm, provides strategic management consulting to maximize an enterprise’s ability to design and deliver innovative products and services through the application of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions. Since its founding in 1983, CIMdata has delivered world-class knowledge, expertise, and best-practice methods on PLM solutions. These solutions incorporate both business processes and a wide-ranging set of PLM-enabling technologies. CIMdata works with both industrial organizations and providers of technologies and services seeking competitive advantage in the global economy. In addition to consulting, CIMdata conducts research, provides PLM-focused subscription services, and produces several commercial publications. The company also provides industry education through PLM certificate programs, seminars, and conferences worldwide. CIMdata serves clients around the world from offices in North America, Europe, and Asia- Pacific. To learn more about CIMdata’s services, visit our website at www.CIMdata.com, follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CIMdataPLMNews, or contact CIMdata at: 3909 Research Park Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108, USA, Tel: +1 734.668.9922. Fax: +1 734.668.1957; or at Oogststraat 20, 6004 CV Weert, The Netherlands, Tel: +31 (0) 495.533.666. Ann Arbor, MI, July 13, 2017 --( PR.com )-- CIMdata, Inc., the leading global PLM strategic management consulting and research firm, announces an upcoming free educational webinar, “Managing PLM Solution and Data Obsolescence.” The webinar will take place on August 10, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. (EDT).Managing the risks associated with PLM solution and data obsolescence within the Aerospace & Defense (A&D) industry, and other industries, is a large and growing problem. The long lifespan of products and the large volume of complex data with complex relationships mean that the product data will need to transition through several generations of IT solutions. The resulting risks include significant expenses when PLM solutions need to be upgraded and data integrity risks when technology architecture changes and updates are applied. To address these risks, the CIMdata administered A&D PLM Action Group, an association of like-minded OEMs who have joined forces to remediate their common pain points, assigned a cross-industry team to identify the causes and potential remedies. This webinar will provide a high-level review of the obsolescence research and the requirements that the team addresses to PLM solution providers.According to the webinar host, CIMdata’s Director for Aerospace & Defense, James Roche, “A&D OEMs will no longer tolerate the escalating cost and risk of data loss associated with a PLM technology refresh. Within the A&D PLM Action Group, industry leaders have collaborated to deliver an initial set of architecture principles and requirements to the software providers for provisioning more sustainable PLM solutions. While the heavy cost and risk of PLM technology refresh in A&D crystalized in funded action within that industry, the resulting architectural principles and requirements are applicable across industries.”Mr. Roche has over 30 years of experience in transformation and IT enablement of product development and manufacturing processes. He has been a strategic advisor and program manager for PLM programs across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Before joining CIMdata Mr. Roche was a PLM Practice Manager at CSC Consulting and at A.T. Kearney. He was also at EDS, where served as the chief architect for General Motors’ worldwide engineering systems and as head technical negotiator for strategic supplier contracts.For this webinar, Mr. Roche will be joined by CIMdata’s practice manager for PLM Enterprise Value & Integration, Tom Gill. Mr. Gill has over 25 years of experience applying computer-based solutions to engineering and manufacturing. Before joining CIMdata he worked as an independent PLM consultant, after spending over 20 years at high-volume manufacturing companies. Mr. Gill has worked on projects in numerous industries, including fabrication & assembly, food & beverage, defense, chemical, and medical devices. He has executed PLM strategy projects, solution evaluation-and-selection projects, deployment planning, and training development for industrial clients.The webinar will be an hour long and will consider: the negative consequences of PLM technology obsolescence, insights into the root causes, the goals this group of A&D industry leaders has set for remediation of the consequences of obsolescence and their approach towards achieving them, the major causes and mitigation methods available for managing obsolescence, an integration strategy and architecture principles that can be adopted, and the high-level requirements and compliance expectations that are being promoted to PLM software providers.The webinar will be useful to PLM program and project leaders, PLM program and project planners, product development managers and team leaders, PLM data retention and LOTAR specialists, product development collaboration managers, product development collaboration process planners, corporate IT and IT support planners, PLM IT and IT support planners, and anyone wanting to learn more about managing data obsolescence.During the webinar attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the topics discussed. To find out more, visit: http://www.cimdata.com/en/education/educational-webinars/webinar-managing-plm-solution-and-data-obsolescence. To register for this webinar please visit: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/9163376462795000835.About CIMdataCIMdata, a leading independent worldwide firm, provides strategic management consulting to maximize an enterprise’s ability to design and deliver innovative products and services through the application of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions. Since its founding in 1983, CIMdata has delivered world-class knowledge, expertise, and best-practice methods on PLM solutions. These solutions incorporate both business processes and a wide-ranging set of PLM-enabling technologies.CIMdata works with both industrial organizations and providers of technologies and services seeking competitive advantage in the global economy. In addition to consulting, CIMdata conducts research, provides PLM-focused subscription services, and produces several commercial publications. The company also provides industry education through PLM certificate programs, seminars, and conferences worldwide. CIMdata serves clients around the world from offices in North America, Europe, and Asia- Pacific. To learn more about CIMdata’s services, visit our website at www.CIMdata.com, follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CIMdataPLMNews, or contact CIMdata at: 3909 Research Park Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108, USA, Tel: +1 734.668.9922. Fax: +1 734.668.1957; or at Oogststraat 20, 6004 CV Weert, The Netherlands, Tel: +31 (0) 495.533.666. Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from CIMdata


News Article | July 13, 2017
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LexisNexis® Legal & Professional today announced a new agreement between LexisNexis® Digital Library and ALM®, to make more than 250 well-regarded treatise titles from ALM available on the Digital Library platform and the LexisNexis eCommerce store. The addition of this robust content will further expand the depth and breadth of the LexisNexis Digital Library, which provides legal professionals with a one-stop shop for over 3,000 important legal eBook titles. As a result, the LexisNexis Digital Library will now feature titles from ALM’s publications including Law Journal Press, The National Underwriter Co. and analytical titles from respected regional brands such as The Legal Intelligencer, New York Law Journal, New Jersey Law Journal and more. These titles will provide in-depth information on the latest issues and insightful analysis from leading lawyers, practicing attorneys and experts. “Customers continually validate our publisher-neutral approach to our digital lending solution by asking us to work with premier legal content providers and surface their content through LexisNexis Digital Library,” said Omry Bigger, Vice President of Print and eBooks for the North American Research Solutions business at LexisNexis. “One of their most common requests has been for us to partner with ALM—and this new agreement is further proof that when LexisNexis customers ask for something, we deliver.” LexisNexis Digital Library is a publisher-agnostic solution that frees users from the physical constraints of brick-and-mortar libraries. Through mobile access to a wide-ranging collection of critical reference resources, including Matthew Bender®, Michie™ and Mealey’s™ publications, and other LexisNexis publications, legal professionals can access the legal titles they need anytime, anywhere, right at their fingertips. In making its treatise titles available through Digital Library, ALM joins a group of other LexisNexis eBook alliance partners including ABA®, CSC®, AHLA®, NITA® The Florida Bar and Carolina Academic Press. Additionally, because LexisNexis offers legal eBooks in multiple formats, users can read digital publications from LexisNexis Digital Library on virtually any e-reader device or web browser. “ALM is thrilled to partner with LexisNexis Digital Library to offer a selection of our highly valued content to better serve the evolving legal research requirements of today’s lawyers,” said Kelly Maheu, Vice President and Publisher of ALM Practical Insights. “Our readers have stressed the importance of a single-title purchase in print, eBook or digital file—and we’re pleased to work with LexisNexis to fulfill that need and desire in the market place.” ALM’s content will begin to populate within LexisNexis Digital Library starting today and will be available as individual titles on a subscription basis. Created in conjunction with leading eBook distributor OverDrive® and launched in 2012, LexisNexis Digital Library offers a single location for legal professionals to get the digital legal publications they need. Currently accessible to over 60,000 users and offering features such as Lexis Advance linking and advanced search capabilities, the LexisNexis Digital Library delivers law librarians a solution they can use to order titles, supervise lending of all electronic content and centrally manage their library to help reduce costs associated with storing, filing and distributing titles in traditional print format. More information is available at the LexisNexis Digital Library site and at the upcoming American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) conference. Visit the LexisNexis booth (#502) for a demo and join the LexisNexis eBooks & Digital Library showcase in Theater 1—featuring our ALM agreement and more—on Sunday, July 16 from 1:00-1:30. About LexisNexis® Legal & Professional LexisNexis Legal & Professional is a leading global provider of content and technology solutions that enable professionals in legal, corporate, tax, government, academic and non-profit organizations to make informed decisions and achieve better business outcomes. As a digital pioneer, the company was the first to bring legal and business information online with its Lexis® and Nexis® services. Today, LexisNexis Legal & Professional harnesses leading-edge technology and world-class content to help professionals work in faster, easier and more effective ways. Through close collaboration with its customers, the company ensures organizations can leverage its solutions to reduce risk, improve productivity, increase profitability and grow their business. LexisNexis Legal & Professional, which serves customers in more than 175 countries with 10,000 employees worldwide, is part of RELX Group, a global provider of information and analytics for professional and business customers across industries. About ALM ALM, an information and intelligence company, provides customers with critical news, data, analysis, marketing solutions and events to successfully manage the business of business. Customers use ALM solutions to discover new ideas and approaches for solving business challenges, connect to the right professionals and peers to create relationships that move business forward, and compete to win through access to data, analytics and insight. ALM serves a community of over 6 million business professionals seeking to discover, connect and compete in highly complex industries. Please visit http://www.alm.com for more information, and visit http://www.alm.com/events/ to learn about our upcoming events. 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News Article | July 17, 2017
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Clip Strip Corp., a global leader in developing and marketing innovative Point of Purchase (POP) merchandising products and sign communication components, has added “CSC University” to their website. The page provides an invaluable guide to the use of their products and how they can enhance and facilitate merchandising effectiveness. The CSC University page represents years’ worth of accumulated wisdom and instruction regarding the use of Clip Strip Corp.’s innovative Point of Purchase merchandising products. The page is divided into three separate and distinct categories, including “How-To’s” and “General Education.” The General Education page offers all-purpose insights regarding changes that manufacturers can make and retailers can apply to increase sales and profitability. The information found on the page is applicable for retailers and brands in diverse industries. A heavily-visited example includes the article titled, “The Art of the ‘Cross-Sell’ for Brick and Mortar Retailers”. It provides invaluable tips and techniques for improving incremental sales through the power of suggestion and connections. The How-To’s page offers specific instruction for the proper use and application of Clip Strip Corp.’s many products, including the original Clip Strip ® Brand Merchandising Strip. One of the most popular guides offered on this page is titled “Which Clip Strip is Right for Me?”, which walks clients through all of the variables that are involved in ordering the Clip Strip® that will deliver the greatest impact for their product and purpose. Clip Strip Corp. is dedicated to providing its customers with the best products to meet their merchandising and sign communication needs, as well as the information that will help them use them to their maximum effect. Clip Strip Corp. develops and markets innovative Point of Purchase (POP) merchandising products and sign communication components. Their products are used by retailers, brand manufacturers and display designers around the world. An integral part of the company’s mission is the continuing education of clients and consumers about the many ways that Clip Strip’s products can enhance and improve merchandising messaging and overall profitability.

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