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15-11-2010

Big congrats to PlanMill blog from SIME Stockholm!

After being selected from a bunch of applications, SIME opens its doors this year for PlanMill bloggers and fellow service business professionals from Nordic countries and others to enjoy 2 days of SIME on November 17-19, 2010. 

      

SIME, acclaimed as northern Europe’s largest conference about the Internet and digital media announced this week the blog and content producers getting the bloggers press passes for SIME 10!  

The criteria for the selection of the blogs include “excellent people based on subject and domain of expertise, trend coverage, uniqueness of content, reach and flow of ideas." 

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PlanMill CEO Thomas Hood and Marketing Executive Sheila Riikonen thank readers for their support and interaction with the PlanMill blog. This informal conversation aims to discuss cloud computing, service business, as well as products, service, and the dynamic cloud ecosystem for PlanMill Business Application Suite (BAS). Here, we also update our key customers and partners about the hottest features such as PlanMill Touch (corporate web-based solution to enhance work efficiency on the move) or exciting add-ons such as PlanMill Calendars, Contracts, and Products.

About SIME: “Events are held in Hesinki, Stockholm, Barcelona and San Francisco, bringing together top executives, marketing professionals, aficionados and members of the press. The audience consists of international leaders from the TIME sector, decision-makers from large-scale enterprises in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, as well as the media, Internet, advertising and IT industries. 2009 SIME Stockholm had over 1000 people in the audience together with over 60 accredited journalists. Each year SIME invite speakers and panel participants from all over the world - Swedish and Nordic Internet, telecom, entertainment and media industries."

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