Lets's Talk Computers - GoldMine Software Company
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All Interviews For GoldMine Software Company
August 29, 1998 Show:   Topic: Managing the Information Age  Guest: Jon Ferrara

Between friends and family, you need a reliable personal information manager. John Ferrara, Executive Vice-President of GoldMine Software informs you of some things to look for in a PIM. GoldMine Software publishes GoldMine Contact Mangement Software which has won three Editor's Choice Awards from PC Magazine. Make sure your important numbers and dates don't get misfiled again.
Listen To GoldMine Software CompanyAugust 29, 1998 interview
December 27, 1997 Show:   Topic: Personal Information Management  Guest: Richard Kuhlenschmidt
GoldMine, has won numerous awards including the PC Magazine's Editor's Choice Award and an InfoWorld Top Score.

Richard Kuhlenschmidt, Customer Marketing Manager, from GoldMine talks about how this program can simplify your life.
Listen To GoldMine Software CompanyDecember 27, 1997 interview
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