Realize The Potential Of Strong Customer Service Software

Computers | Posted by Harvey November 25th, 2015

rtcssAny customer service software is worth only as much as the features and benefits that it can offer. When you are looking for something to ease the burden of either the overheads or the work force, you would want to get an automated system such as customer service software. There are enough companies in a variety of industries that are constantly in need of software so that the work force may be directed to something else or be cut down; thereby increasing the company’s profit margin. The point of the exercise is always the bottom line and how it can be improved. The usual justification for going towards installing customer service software is that it would be free from error and it would take care of the time lag between the complaint and the solution. Perhaps, it will do that.

However, in order to realize your optimum potential, one must be prepared to invest certain man hours towards training personnel in the use of this …

Points To Consider Before Seeking Back Tax Help

Taxes | Posted by Harvey November 23rd, 2015

htWhen you receive a letter for the IRS for back tax, there are some things you may do before you counter their claims. The first one is to check out the income figures indicated at the top of the letter. This is a tricky business, which may call for the form from your employer, bank savings information, statements on both the private and the state pensions. In most circumstances, the IRS use the records of previous years to work out taxes, so mistakes are common here. With accurate information, it is possible to ring the IRS and they will automatically correct them. Before you try this out on your own, there is no need for seeking back tax help.

On receipt of the IRS letter, it is advisable to check the bottom of the page for any adjustments. There may be tax underpayments from the previous years. These too may have errors that a simple phone call to the IRS may correct. Your different sources of …

Nothing Beats Cold Fusion…

Computers | Posted by Harvey November 22nd, 2015

Despite consolidation in the web application server market, choices are not getting any easier for users looking for midtier software platforms. But smaller vendors are looking to ease the pain by making gains in products and feature sets.

With former leaders Kiva Software Corp. and NetDynamics Inc. now the properties of larger companies, four smaller vendors — Allaire Corp., Novera Software Inc., Secant Technologies Inc. and Commence Corp. — are vying to be leaders in offering scalability, EJB (Enterprise JavaBean) support and prebuilt Web applications.cf4

“With the number of products being released, it’s a difficult thing to keep a grasp on what’s out there,” said Brett Stauning, director of technology at Information Management Systems Inc., in St. Paul, Minn. “Some are better at certain things than others. The one you choose is going to depend on the … problem you’re trying to solve.”

Indeed, each vendor has a particular niche to fill. Allaire has enhanced its ColdFusion Application Server 4.0 Enterprise Edition, scheduled to ship

Bringing Down The Hammer On Great Art

Art Collecting | Posted by Harvey November 19th, 2015

Founded in 1928, Hammer Galleries fills a six-story, turn-of-the-century townhouse at 33 West 57th Street. This beautiful, expansive space showcases Hammer’s exceptional selection of 19th- and 20th-century European and American paintings, including works by Renoir, Sisley, Grandma Moses and Marthe Grant, as well as one of the largest collections of Picasso ceramics. Hammer currently features a special exhibition of paintings by French Provencal artist Pierre Boncompain, whose lyrical compositions recall work by Matisse and Milton Avery. The gallery provides advisory services regarding acquisitions and sales, appraisals and installations.

At Ursus Books and Prints, Ltd., fall brings an exciting series of exhibitions. On view in October are paintings by Sarah Chermayeff. November marks the opening of a collection of photographs by Christopher Simon Sykes. Drawings by Joan Berg Victor fill the gallery in December just in time for the holiday season. Look for Ursus at the International Fine Art and Antiques Fair in New York, from October 15-21, where the gallery presents exceptional works on paper, including