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Palo Alto Software
July 17, 2004 Show:
Forming a Business Strategy Guest:
Palo Alto Software develops, publishes, and markets software products for use with personal computers. Palo Alto Software offers task-oriented, "know how" solutions for small-business and home-office entrepreneurs, professionals, and middle managers for Windows and Macintosh systems.
President and CEO, Tim Berry discusses what businesses need to know to make startup less traumatic. Under discussion is Business Plan Pro 2004 Premier which exports to MS Word (2000 or newer) for additional editing, and at any point, import it back into Business Plan Pro. It also provides users with a toolbar shortcut to seamlessly print their plan in Microsoft Word. This newest update of the best-selling Business Plan Pro is the premier organizational tool for entrepreneurs who are occupied with the day-to-day operation of their business.
Palo Alto SoftwareJuly 17, 2004 interview
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