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COMMENTARY: Save protected areas from mining

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Lunenburg native wins Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award

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Blueberry growers face price crisis

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VIDEO: Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t have been surprise: Trudeau

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Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal

Newcap Radio buys two New Glasgow stations

BUSINESS BOOKSHELF: The Power of Trust

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Weinstein’s Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconduct

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Crocs, Dawgs decade-long legal battle over clogs moves to Canadian courts

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

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Sherritt to transfer part ownership of Madagascar mine to settled debt woes

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Cominar looking for Sears replacements after toiling to fill Target locations

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Ottawa’s plan for excise tax on medical marijuana draws ire of patients, producers

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Trudeau embrace of TPP could hurt tough NAFTA talks with Trump: experts

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Alberta puts up $40M to help workers transition during coal-power phase-out

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Trump pushes ‘America first’ during tough trade talk in Asia

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Taste Radio Ep. 83: How Saffron Road Excels At Meeting Millennial Mouths; Forto CEO Takes His Best (Coffee) Shot

BevNET Live: Distill Ventures to Speak; Agenda Posted

Powerful Raises $4M, Plans to Launch Water Smoothie

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Review: Genius Goes Back to Its Roots as a Coconut Smoothie

Announced back in August, Genius Coconut Smoothie is a throwback to the company’s original product offering.

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Press Clips: Paris Gets Sparkling Water Fountains; Rumors Link JAB to Dunkin

In this Press Clips roundup, a city-wide project to install public sparkling water fountains across Paris is underway, while elsewhere The Washington Post reports on Coke Zero Sugar’s impact on the diet soda market.

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Fewer than 30 Days Until BevNET Live in Santa Monica; Register Today

Don’t miss your chance to stay at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel! Registering now grants access to the discounted room block, which will soon sell out. Taking place on Dec. 4+5, the leading U.S. beverage industry conference will attract hundreds of industry professionals representing more than 150 beverage brands. The agenda will feature successful brand Founders/CEOs, highly-regarded consultants, expert investors, and more.

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People Moves: Exclusive Beverage Founder Joins Jones Soda

Steve Gress joins Jones Soda as executive vice president of U.S. sales; IZZE co-founder becomes advisor at Top Note Tonics; John Blackington enters hemp-infused market with role at Rocky Mountain High Brands; Former Coke, Juicero VP joins Koia

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Review: GT’s Kombucha Living in Gratitude Seasonal

Continuing with the theme of limited edition flavors that started with their 20th anniversary flavor, launched back in 2015, GT’s Kombucha has recently released a 2017 Fall seasonal flavor called “Living in Gratitude.”

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Dairy Farmers of America Acquires Cumberland Dairy

Dairy cooperative Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) announced last week that it had acquired New Jersey-based Cumberland Dairy, a family-owned producer of ultra-pasteurized food and beverage products, for an undisclosed sum.

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KonaRed Closes Capital Raise With Venice Brands

Hawaiian coffee company KonaRed has closed a “significant capital raise” from venture capital fund Venice Brands, which will be directed towards supporting sales, marketing and distribution of the brand’s range of coffee products.

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Plant-Based Brands Lobby Against Dairy Pride Act

Last week, representatives from dairy alternative producers including MALK, Good Karma Foods, New Barn and Oatly traveled to Washington to argue against the Dairy Pride Act.

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Quietly Building, Cascadia Capital Starts to Spread Its Bets

In order to distinguish themselves within the highly competitive food and beverage space, Seattle-based investment firm Cascadia Capital must identify the right opportunities — and get to them before their rivals do.

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Review: Poppilu Lemonades

Poppilu is a line of all natural lemonades that is attempting to position itself as an antioxidant lemonade that’s “bold on citrus, not on sugar.”

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Only 30 Days until the Beverage Industry’s Leading Conference, BevNET Live

In just one month over 500 beverage industry entrepreneurs and experts, including more than 150 beverage brands, will converge on the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Santa Monica, Calif. for BevNET Live Winter 2017. For two and a half days they will examine the current market, collaborate and identify the leading edge, and predict where the industry is headed.

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NACS 2017 Video: Protein2O s Bob Kral Wants to ‘Grow Categories’

Following a capital raise of $4 million, Protein2O is looking to grow the protein and enhanced water categories with a product that unites the best of both worlds.

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Taste Radio Ep. 82: Soylent Co-Founder John Coogan: “A Voracious Appetite for Data Served Us Very Well”

Episode 82 features an interview with Soylent co-founder John Coogan. We also speak with Olivia Ku, an influential food and lifestyle blogger and the creator of LoveHealthOK. And in this week’s edition of Elevator Talk, we chat it up with Shayne Malone, the founder and CEO of Zavu.

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Starbucks Announces TAZO Sale to Unilever

Starbucks Corporation today announced an agreement to sell the TAZO tea brand to Unilever for $384 million, a move that will allow the Seattle-based coffee giant to focus on supporting its other premium tea brand, Teavana.

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Review: Caskai Sparkling Cascara

Cascara beverages, which are made from the dried husk of the fruit that surrounds the coffee bean, are growing in number, although consumer adoption still seems very much at its infancy.


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Auckland restaurants to pay nearly $200,000 for employment breaches

2 November 2017

A Labour Inspectorate investigation has uncovered employment breaches in a series of connected Asian restaurants in Auckland, who now must pay nearly $200,000.

Chinese newspaper to pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches

2 November 2017

A prominent Chinese New Zealand newspaper must pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches following a Labour Inspectorate investigation.

174-184 MHz – Land Mobile Radio technical consultation

30 October 2017

The Minister for Communications decided new uses for the former analogue television Band III (174-230 MHz) in April 2017, following a review of options for allocating the frequencies in this band.

Tourism spending data for September 2017 released

26 October 2017

The latest Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) today show that tourism expenditure grew in most regions over the year to September 2017.

Inspectorate warns businesses that poor assurances can endanger brands

25 October 2017

The Labour Inspectorate is calling for large brands and franchisors to take a stronger hand in ensuring those at the bottom of their supply chain receive what they’re owed.


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  • Put together a great job description for a Business Development Manager position
  • Understand what a Business Development Manager is and what you should expect from one
  • Learn more about being a Business Development Manager

Our homepage simply gives you the Business Development Manager job description. The rest of the site provides supplementary material related to business development and what you should expect from your Business Development Manager.

You may use this Business Development Manager Job Description as a starting point for your company’s ad. Please spend the time to customize it to your company’s needs. This description contains just about everything you would ask a Business Development Manager to do. Therefore, it would be a lot to ask of one person.

The Role of the Business Development Manager

A Business Development Manager works to improve an organization s market position and achieve financial growth. This person defines long-term organizational strategic goals, builds key customer relationships, identifies business opportunities, negotiates and closes business deals and maintains extensive knowledge of current market conditions. Business Development Managers work in a senior sales position within the company. It is their job to work with the internal team, marketing staff, and other managers to increase sales opportunities and thereby maximize revenue for their organization. To achieve this, they need to find potential new customers, present to them, ultimately convert them into clients, and continue to grow business in the future. Business Development Managers will also help manage existing clients and ensure they stay satisfied and positive. They call on clients, often being required to make presentations on solutions and services that meet or predict their clients future needs.

Job Description

The primary role of the Business Development Manager is to prospect for new clients by networking, cold calling, advertising or other means of generating interest from potential clients. They must then plan persuasive approaches and pitches that will convince potential clients to do business with the company. They must develop a rapport with new clients, and set targets for sales and provide support that will continually improve the relationship. They are also required to grow and retain existing accounts by presenting new solutions and services to clients. Business Development Managers work with mid and senior level management, marketing, and technical staff. He/she may manage the activities of others responsible for developing business for the company. Strategic planning is a key part of this job description, since it is the business manager s responsibility to develop the pipeline of new business coming in to the company. This requires a thorough knowledge of the market, the solutions/services the company can provide, and of the company s competitors. While the exact responsibilities will vary from company to company, the main duties of the Business Development Manager can be summarized as follows:

New Business Development

  • Prospect for potential new clients and turn this into increased business.
  • Cold call as appropriate within your market or geographic area to ensure a robust pipeline of opportunities. * Meet potential clients by growing, maintaining, and leveraging your network.
  • Identify potential clients, and the decision makers within the client organization.
  • Research and build relationships with new clients.
  • Set up meetings between client decision makers and company’s practice leaders/Principals.
  • Plan approaches and pitches. * Work with team to develop proposals that speaks to the client’s needs, concerns, and objectives.
  • Participate in pricing the solution/service.
  • Handle objections by clarifying, emphasizing agreements and working through differences to a positive conclusion. * Use a variety of styles to persuade or negotiate appropriately.
  • Present an image that mirrors that of the client.

Client Retention

  • Present new products and services and enhance existing relationships.
  • Work with technical staff and other internal colleagues to meet customer needs.
  • Arrange and participate in internal and external client debriefs.

Business Development Planning

  • Attend industry functions, such as association events and conferences, and provide feedback and information on market and creative trends.
  • Present to and consult with mid and senior level management on business trends with a view to developing new services, products, and distribution channels.
  • Identify opportunities for campaigns, services, and distribution channels that will lead to an increase in sales.
  • Using knowledge of the market and competitors, identify and develop the company’s unique selling propositions and differentiators.

Management and Research

  • Submit weekly progress reports and ensure data is accurate.
  • Ensure that data is accurately entered and managed within the company’s CRM or other sales management system.
  • Forecast sales targets and ensure they are met by the team.
  • Track and record activity on accounts and help to close deals to meet these targets.
  • Work with marketing staff to ensure that prerequisites (like prequalification or getting on a vendor list) are fulfilled within a timely manner.
  • Ensure all team members represent the company in the best light.
  • Present business development training and mentoring to business developers and other internal staff.
  • Research and develop a thorough understanding of the company’s people and capabilities.
  • Understand the company s goal and purpose so that will continual to enhance the company s performance.

Education

Business development management positions require a bachelor s degree and 3-5 years of sales or marketing experience. An MBA is often requested as well.

Other Skills and Qualifications

Networking, Persuasion, Prospecting, Public Speaking, Research, Writing, Closing Skills, Motivation for Sales, Prospecting Skills, Sales Planning, Identification of Customer Needs and Challenges, Territory Management, Market Knowledge, Meeting Sales Goals, Professionalism, CRM, and Microsoft Office.


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This site was created to help you:

  • Put together a great job description for a Business Development Manager position
  • Understand what a Business Development Manager is and what you should expect from one
  • Learn more about being a Business Development Manager

Our homepage simply gives you the Business Development Manager job description. The rest of the site provides supplementary material related to business development and what you should expect from your Business Development Manager.

You may use this Business Development Manager Job Description as a starting point for your company’s ad. Please spend the time to customize it to your company’s needs. This description contains just about everything you would ask a Business Development Manager to do. Therefore, it would be a lot to ask of one person.

The Role of the Business Development Manager

A Business Development Manager works to improve an organization s market position and achieve financial growth. This person defines long-term organizational strategic goals, builds key customer relationships, identifies business opportunities, negotiates and closes business deals and maintains extensive knowledge of current market conditions. Business Development Managers work in a senior sales position within the company. It is their job to work with the internal team, marketing staff, and other managers to increase sales opportunities and thereby maximize revenue for their organization. To achieve this, they need to find potential new customers, present to them, ultimately convert them into clients, and continue to grow business in the future. Business Development Managers will also help manage existing clients and ensure they stay satisfied and positive. They call on clients, often being required to make presentations on solutions and services that meet or predict their clients future needs.

Job Description

The primary role of the Business Development Manager is to prospect for new clients by networking, cold calling, advertising or other means of generating interest from potential clients. They must then plan persuasive approaches and pitches that will convince potential clients to do business with the company. They must develop a rapport with new clients, and set targets for sales and provide support that will continually improve the relationship. They are also required to grow and retain existing accounts by presenting new solutions and services to clients. Business Development Managers work with mid and senior level management, marketing, and technical staff. He/she may manage the activities of others responsible for developing business for the company. Strategic planning is a key part of this job description, since it is the business manager s responsibility to develop the pipeline of new business coming in to the company. This requires a thorough knowledge of the market, the solutions/services the company can provide, and of the company s competitors. While the exact responsibilities will vary from company to company, the main duties of the Business Development Manager can be summarized as follows:

New Business Development

  • Prospect for potential new clients and turn this into increased business.
  • Cold call as appropriate within your market or geographic area to ensure a robust pipeline of opportunities. * Meet potential clients by growing, maintaining, and leveraging your network.
  • Identify potential clients, and the decision makers within the client organization.
  • Research and build relationships with new clients.
  • Set up meetings between client decision makers and company’s practice leaders/Principals.
  • Plan approaches and pitches. * Work with team to develop proposals that speaks to the client’s needs, concerns, and objectives.
  • Participate in pricing the solution/service.
  • Handle objections by clarifying, emphasizing agreements and working through differences to a positive conclusion. * Use a variety of styles to persuade or negotiate appropriately.
  • Present an image that mirrors that of the client.

Client Retention

  • Present new products and services and enhance existing relationships.
  • Work with technical staff and other internal colleagues to meet customer needs.
  • Arrange and participate in internal and external client debriefs.

Business Development Planning

  • Attend industry functions, such as association events and conferences, and provide feedback and information on market and creative trends.
  • Present to and consult with mid and senior level management on business trends with a view to developing new services, products, and distribution channels.
  • Identify opportunities for campaigns, services, and distribution channels that will lead to an increase in sales.
  • Using knowledge of the market and competitors, identify and develop the company’s unique selling propositions and differentiators.

Management and Research

  • Submit weekly progress reports and ensure data is accurate.
  • Ensure that data is accurately entered and managed within the company’s CRM or other sales management system.
  • Forecast sales targets and ensure they are met by the team.
  • Track and record activity on accounts and help to close deals to meet these targets.
  • Work with marketing staff to ensure that prerequisites (like prequalification or getting on a vendor list) are fulfilled within a timely manner.
  • Ensure all team members represent the company in the best light.
  • Present business development training and mentoring to business developers and other internal staff.
  • Research and develop a thorough understanding of the company’s people and capabilities.
  • Understand the company s goal and purpose so that will continual to enhance the company s performance.

Education

Business development management positions require a bachelor s degree and 3-5 years of sales or marketing experience. An MBA is often requested as well.

Other Skills and Qualifications

Networking, Persuasion, Prospecting, Public Speaking, Research, Writing, Closing Skills, Motivation for Sales, Prospecting Skills, Sales Planning, Identification of Customer Needs and Challenges, Territory Management, Market Knowledge, Meeting Sales Goals, Professionalism, CRM, and Microsoft Office.


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Comprehensive Accounting and Business Management Software

Does your business operate the same as everyone else? We didn’t think so…

There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to use business software that can’t handle the requirements of your business. You have unique needs, processes and operations so it makes sense that your business and financial management system should be completely malleable around your requirements.

No matter if you’re big or small, complex or simple. The solution should fit around you, not the other way around.

At it’s core, ABM is logical and easy to use

No matter how sophisticated a system might eventually become, the basic building blocks are the first step to a streamlined and efficient system.

The ABM Core Accounting System is a robust accounting software solution, designed to fufill the needs of modern businesses. It acts as the foundation for a streamlined business management system that’s right for you.

How do you create the perfect system for your business? – ABM Optional Modules

Don’t create headaches trying to adapt to the wrong system, use a system that adapts to you. While the ABM Core Accounting System has your accounting headaches covered – what about all the other aspects of your business?

ABM provides a wide range of optional modules that can be added to the Core Accounting System – creating the perfect setup for your business. If every aspect of your business is run the way you want it to (and it should be!) then you need an accounting and business management system with the flexibility to adapt to your requirements.

Need an easier way to manage your customers and grow your sales? Our Customer Relationship Manager (CRM) module can help.

Want an online store? With our E-Commerce module you can effortlessly set-up an online shop with full accounting system integration.

We also provide solutions for:

Click here to see how our Optional Modules can benefit your business.

Even better, finding the right solution for you is easy with ABM Industry Solutions

In addition to the optional modules, we offer industry specific solutions. These are packages combining the Core Accounting System and a selection of Optional Modules – chosen to fit the needs of specific industries.

We designed these packages based on the unique and individual needs of a range of industries, so you can be sure you’re getting everything you need in one package.

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION

The essential tools for wholesale and distribution firms to comprehensively manage their business

ONLINE RETAIL MANAGEMENT

ABM retail management package allows your businesses to run competitively

MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

ABM provides a comprehensive management solution for all aspects of your manufacturing business.

CONSTRUCTION

ABM provides the tools your construction business requires to perform efficiently and run smoothly.

WAREHOUSING

Run your warehouse efficiently with a tailor made package for Warehousing businesses.

Importers

Comprehensive import costing module makes sure your importing business has accurate landed costs.

PROJECT ENGINEERS

ABM tools for businesses involved in Engineering Projects to perform efficiently and run competitively.

ON-SITE SERVICE PROVIDERS

Manage all aspects of your service business from contact to delivery with ABM’s Service package.

OFFICE ACCOUNTING

ABM provides the tools for standard office based business to perform smoothly and efficiently.

SURVEYORS PLANNERS

Ensure time spent on projects is recorded accurately and managed efficiently.

CONSULTING ENGINEERS

When time needs to be recorded accurately promptly look no further for your Consulting Engineering

ARCHITECTS

Efficiently manage and record time for projects with a comprehensive package for Architecture businesses.

Learn more about our Industry Solutions:

Small business? Large enterprise? We’ve got you covered.

This flexibility also means that no matter what your size, budget or required features are, ABM can suit your needs.

Need something simple at a lower price point?

Need all the bells and whistles?

ABM comes in Enterprise and Small Business editions with pricing and payment plans to match.

Localized support gives you personalized service

Doesn’t adopting a new accounting system take a bunch of time?

We wouldn’t expect you to set this up all by yourself, so we work with local channel partners across the globe to ensure that the support you get is personalised and efficient.

But don’t just take our word for it.

A business decision like the adoption of a new accounting system should be calculated. The man hours saved and the increase in productivity due to reduced frustration should far outweigh the cost. Here’s a few examples of people who done just that:

Spencer Holmes Ltd

When upgrading our accounting software we looked at a variety of packages. ABM offered significant advantages to our practice. We agreed to work with developers to create a time cost module more suited to the needs of professionals who record time and disbursement costs at job level. We were looking for a spreadsheet style application which was easy to use, simple to maintain and allowed each staff member to enter their own timesheets daily. The application comes with a Job Management Viewer, which allows us to review the time charges, disbursement costs, accounts payable and acounts receivable etc. We are very pleased with the result that has been achieved.

Stainless Design Ltd

When choosing a manufacturing system, we needed full integration with our accounting system (Advanced Business Manager) and our Bill of Materials to be easily customised to speed our service delivery for our customers. The ABM Manufacturing System was the logical choice for offering us a flexible solution to address these issues. Not only has it significantly simplified our production process, but its ability to quickly forecast materials has given us a real competitive advantage in our industry.

If you’d like to know exactly how we can customise to suit your needs, click the button below to receive our buyers guide.


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Marketing Manager Overview

Overview

“I wasn’t terribly interested in marketing in college,” says Kate Beihl, chief marketing officer at MetaCommunications in Iowa City.

But in 2003, when Beihl was hunting for a job in Chicago, where she lived at the time, she applied for a marketing position at what was then called Children’s Memorial Hospital (now called the Ann Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago).

“I didn’t have very much of an idea of what it was. But it was this cool job where you were going to work on a website and on print materials. You were going to do a little design. You were going to do some writing and planning and events. And that diversity of tasks was intriguing to me.”

Beihl ended up landing the job as marketing coordinator at the hospital and found that, in fact, she loved marketing. “I loved the variety of work that we were doing,” she says. “I loved the inside marketing that we were doing: Having a single client and being able to really, deeply understand the way the work that we did, whether it was creating brochures or a new campaign or signage, all led back to the growth of the organization.”

The American Marketing Association defines its trade like this: “Marketing is the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large.”

In addition to the actual marketing work, marketing managers have the added responsibilities of hiring staff and team building; vision casting and strategic planning; and managing budgets and tracking their results.

Successful marketing brings in major revenue for companies and organizations, which is why the Bureau of Labor Statistic predicts steady job growth in this sector. In fact, the BLS expects this profession to grow at a rate of 9 percent from 2014 to 2024, resulting in 18,200 new jobs for marketing managers.

Quick Stats

$127,130 Median Salary

3.5% Unemployment Rate

Training

Most marketing managers have at least a bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, communications or another similar field. Marketing programs generally include courses in everything from business law and economics to finance and statistics. Courses in computer science are becoming increasingly important, as more and more marketing is directed through digital means. Work experience and internships are also important, if not required, parts of marketing programs.

Job Satisfaction

Average Americans work well into their 60s, so workers might as well have a job that’s enjoyable and a career that’s fulfilling. A job with a low stress level, good work-life balance and solid prospects to improve, get promoted and earn a higher salary would make many employees happy. Here’s how this job’s satisfaction is rated in terms of upward mobility, stress level and flexibility.

Upward Mobility. Above Average
Opportunities for advancements and salary

Stress Level. Above Average
Work environment and complexities of the job s responsibilities

Flexibility. Below Average
Alternative working schedule and work life balance

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Business Manager

Get the Overview and the Detail to Manage Your Operation Effectively
Business Manager makes it easy to manage your mailing and shipping operations with high levels of productivity. Now you can control internal mailing budgets report expenses for external clients and even run your operation as a profit center.

Get Tight Control Over Costs
Business Manager gives you the information you need to control the use of high-cost services and special fees and to get maximum postal and carrier discounts. Track expenses by carrier class and fees monitor total usage by carrier track and allocate all mailing and shipping expenses.

From Raw Data to Actionable Information – Instantly
Business Manager takes raw data from each mailing and shipping system across your network and summarizes it in formats you can use. These reports are your tools for solid decision-making. View all account activity including performance against set budgets. Monitor operator performance as well as track carrier class and fees.

Business Manager Brings Your Enterprise Together
Business Manager can be configured for both local and enterprise-wide data collection and consolidation. With the exclusive DM Series Mailing Systems there is no additional hardware or data collection devices (applies to DM500 DM550 DM800 DM900 and DM1000 Series systems).

  • Manage accounts across the enterprise.
  • Monitor and consolidate data from multiple systems at multiple sites.
  • Track postal and shipping costs in real-time for an unlimited number of accounts.
  • Use data management tools to analyze expenditures and highlight potential cost reductions.
  • Increase productivity and eliminate human error by eliminating manual reconciliation of costs by account.
  • Access data to connect to back office financial systems.

The functional elements include:

Host Workstation – The central system necessary for managing the operations including consolidation of data from local or remote sites administrative and reporting functions.

Remote Site Workstation – A special version of the Host Workstation that enables you to form a network of host solutions to consolidate data from across the enterprise.

Administrative or Reporting Workstations – PC solutions that provide managers additional access to the collected data without interrupting the Host Workstation.

Optional Peripherals:
Barcode Scanner
Laser Report Printer
Monitor Stand
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  • Desktop or Mobile
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  • View past triggers on a chart; optimize your alerts to take advantage of the next move.
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HTML5 Charts and Alerts

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Powerful Market Alerts

With Zignals you can select from 50+ different types of alerts: covering price, volume and technical triggers. Simple one-click setup will keep you one step ahead of the market.

In-App, SMS Email Delivery

Zignals offers multiple ways to receive your alerts. In-app notifications keep you informed as you watch the market. While SMS and Email delivery alerts you while you are away.

View Alert Winners

Track alert performance on a chart or in tabulated form. Triggers can be viewed independently or in combination, showing potential gain (or loss!).

Try Zignals’ Alerts for Free

We offer a range of competitive monthly, quarterly and annual packages, but you can start building alerts on some of the leading equities in the market right now – for free.

Custom Watchlists

Pro Users can build custom watchlists. Watchlists support group alerts and quick view charting. Prices start at $10 a month.

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MySQL

MySQL is the world s most popular open source database, enabling the cost-effective delivery of reliable, high-performance and scalable Web-based and embedded database applications. It is an integrated transaction safe, ACID-compliant database with full commit, rollback, crash recovery, and row-level locking capabilities. MySQL delivers the ease of use, scalability, and high performance, as well as a full suit of database drivers and visual tools to help developers and DBAs build and manage their business-critical MySQL applications. MySQL is developed, distributed, and supported by Oracle, and the latest information about MySQL software can be found on the MySQL Web site. The MySQL database provides the following features:

  • High Performance and Scalability to meet the demands of exponentially growing data loads and users.
  • Self-healing Replication Clusters to improve scalability, performance and availability.
  • Online Schema Change to meet changing business requirements.
  • Performance Schema for monitoring user- and application-level performance and resource consumption.
  • SQL and NoSQL Access for performing complex queries and simple, fast Key Value operations.
  • Platform Independence giving you the flexibility to develop and deploy on multiple operating systems.
  • Big Data Interoperability using MySQL as the operational data store for Hadoop and Cassandra.

To achieve the highest level of MySQL scalability, security, reliability and uptime, MySQL Enterprise Edition includes the most comprehensive set of advanced features, management tools and technical support, including MySQL Enterprise Monitor, MySQL Enterprise Backup, as well as scalability, security, auditing and high availability features. MySQL Enterprise Edition also includes 24×7 Oracle Premier Support and Oracle product certifications and integrations.

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