Author: WTN News

A recent survey by TargetX, an email marketing firm, indicated that 13 percent of their respondents said they’d take their business elsewhere if they don’t receive a response to email within one hour. 15 percent said they were willing to wait up to three hours....

MADISON, WI- Fledgling Madison biotech company, TFX Bioscience, proves that Wisconsin has what it takes to compete in the competitive high technology growth arena....

MADISON,WI - With Sony set to take over Sonic Foundry’s desktop audio, video and sound software business, where does Sonic Foundry go from here? Two words: Mediasite Live. Sonic Foundry plans to tap into the $5 billion video and audio conferencing market by enhancing web conferencing...

Eau Claire, WI – Managers responsible for scheduling large groups of employees find many frustrations. Scheduling is a time-consuming task, and it’s difficult to keep everyone happy. A three-year-old software company in Eau Claire offers a solution....

Over the years I have watched many people succeed and some fail at starting new businesses. As they begin to define their ideas on “how and why” the world needs their new product or service, certain personality characteristics begin to emerge regarding how they approach...

In these challenging financial times, good relationships with shareholders are more important than ever. Maintaining a positive relationship with current investors is especially critical because they could very likely be the best source for leading a company’s next round of financing....

Kaiser Permanente's closely watched, six-month-old electronic medical record project has already expanded significantly beyond its original scope, officials said this week. Still the $1.8-billion, three-year project is on schedule, with the initial software configuration phase due to wrap up in three...

Those who attended the BIO2003 Conference in Washington D.C. two weeks ago no doubt had an eye opening experience. First, it was attended by over 16,000 people from around the world and second, because it was filled with dignitaries such as President Bush, Secretary Tommy...