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Heiko Dinger Earns Membership With Stanford Who’s Who

FRANKFURT, GERMANY,   February 14, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who is proud to announce the acceptance of Heiko Dinger to the distinguished ranks of leading professionals as a result of his exceptional effort in the information technology industry. As a Business Value Consultant EMEA with Hewlett Packard Software, as well as throughout his brilliant professional career, Mr. Dinger has routinely demonstrated the passion, vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be successful in the business world. Heiko serves an important role in the German operations for the global technology company that operates in more than 170 countries around the world providing infrastructure and business offerings that span from handheld devices to some of the world’s most powerful supercomputer installations. He utilizes his extensive expertise in numerous disciplines such as management consulting, process consulting, value selling, strategic consulting, business process, sales enablement, program management, training and development, and value proposition. During his collegiate career, Heiko earned a Computer Science degree at Fachhochschule für Technik Mannheim. He is a member of Toastmasters International, EMEA Pre-Sales Professionals, HP BTO Software User Group, HP Connections, HP Networking, HP Software+Solutions MEMA, and the Executive Search Group. To view more information on Heiko Dinger click [...] [Read More...]

Mark E. Pleasance Joins the Class of Stanford Who’s Who

HAMILTON, ON, CANADA, January 2, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who welcomes Mark E. Pleasance to the ranks of esteemed professionals due to his outstanding achievements in the alcohol industry. Mark has been the embodiment of determination, talent, and devotion not only in his position as Industry Technical Liaison for the [Read More...]

Stanford Who’s Who Selects Malcolm Spencer For Membership

MADDINGTON, WA, AUSTRALIA,   December 29, 2011 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Malcolm Spencer has been accepted into the prestigious ranks of Stanford Who’s Who as a result of his outstanding effort in business management. As Managing Director of Fibre Solutions, as well as throughout his brilliant professional career, Mr. Spencer has [Read More...]

Jacquie Motshegwa Appears In The Ranks Of Stanford Who’s Who

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA,   December 19, 2011 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of  Jacquie Motshegwa to the exclusive ranks of premier professionals as a result of her exceptional effort in the information technology field. As a Marketing Director with BIA/Kelsey, as well as throughout her [Read More...]

Lisa Ray Hennessy Joins the Elite of Stanford Who’s Who

TOORAK, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, December 9, 2011 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who is honored to accept Lisa Ray Hennessy amongst the distinguished ranks of celebrated professionals due to her outstanding career in the field of strategy and business planning. As Founder and Director of Hennessy a’Beckett & McCrae Pty Ltd, Lisa [Read More...]

Global Travel Management: The Easy Way to Consolidate Worldwide

NEU- ISENBURG, Germany – (IBWire.com Aug 25, 2011) – AirPlus, a global provider of corporate travel payment and analysis solutions, has expanded its global data consolidation solution and thereby extended its services. OneFile has been designed for multinational customers and enables them to centrally process the electronic transaction [Read More...]

Eureka Celebrates 100 Years of Cleaning Innovation

For the past 100 years, vacuum [1] cleaners have been used for everything from drying hair and clothes to dusting hats, but the most remarkable function of a Eureka vacuum cleaner has always been cleaning floors. In 2009, Eureka is celebrating 100 years of consumer-inspired cleaning innovations [2] that started with a true “eureka” [Read More...]

Innovation Allows Computer Dust Protection for the Rest of Us

Manufactured by Kiilunen Manufacturing of Calumet, Michigan, ShopShield™ Computer Dust Covers [1] are inexpensive (around $20) and simple to install and maintain. The user secures what is essentially a breathable case over their computer CPU, and another (with a crystal clear face panel) on the monitor. The computer runs as normal, and use [Read More...]
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