Vol 2, #39, September 28, 2010
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New fundraising app for iPhone
invites donors to give on the go

Collaboration with PayPal promotes secure, rapid response

Artez Interactive, one of North America 's  leading fundraising platform providers, today announced the launch of its first mobile fundraising App for iPhone. "Consumers are increasingly moving to...bulletRead More

New App makes it easy for not-for-profits to connect with donors online.
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Deloitte Canada names Technology Fast 50
Companies' revenue growth takes off in 2010
ClearlyContacts.ca, largest online retailer in Canada , has just introduced a new line of Transitions progressive lenses for customers who want to have a... bulletRead More

Canada Post to anchor new online ad network
Combines localization with direct-marketing
Starting as early as November, Canada Post will anchor a new direct-marketing network that will connect advertisers and consumers at a local level...bulletRead More

St. Joseph ePrint Centres partner with PrinterOn
Enables mobile printing from Smartphones
St. Joseph Communications is partnering with PrinterOn to allow its customers to print directly from their smartphones to one of its PrinterOn-enabled ePRINTit centres.
PrinterOn is the world’s leading mobile printing solution provider. Its PrintSpots solution allows users to print documents to any PrintSpot-enabled printer in the world using a smartphone or laptop. As
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OpenText unveils fully integrated ECM Suite 2010
Wide ranging new functionality adds value
Open Text Corporation, a provider of enterprise content management (ECM) software, announced the release of Open Text ECM Suite 2010, the largest innovation effort in the company's history to create the industry's most comprehensive, fully integrated ECM solution suite.
The unique value of ECM Suite 2010 is its combination of technologies covering all aspects of ECM. Open Text...bulletRead More

Canadians spent $15.1 billion online in 2009 alone
More online shoppers and higher order volume
Canadians used the internet in 2009 to place orders for goods and services valued at $15.1 billion, up from $12.8 billion in 2007. The increase resulted from more online shoppers and a higher volume of orders.
In 2009, about 39% of Canadians aged 16 and over used the internet to place more than 95 million orders. This was up from 32% and the 70 million orders placed in 2007, when the survey was last...bulletRead More

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