Press Releases by Date

November 10, 2008

6 total news stories found.

InTime Solutions Announces Three ISE Police Scheduling Software Contract Sales in California -- City of Los Angeles Port Police, Mountain View PD and The University of California at Davis Police

2008-11-10 | InTime Solutions, a leading provider of scheduling software systems for public safety personnel, announced at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in San Diego that it has signed three contracts with police forces in California.

New Engineering Design Software Available to Optimize Piping Systems - Engineered Software, Inc. Releases PIPE-FLO Professional 2009

2008-11-10 | Engineered Software, Inc. releases PIPE-FLO Professional 2009, a fluid piping engineering and design software. New features and improvements include an Operating Cost Calculator, customizable FLO-Sheets and control valve Rapid Entry.

2000Charge Reports Increase in EUDEBIT Services

2008-11-10 | 2000Charge is reporting a significant increase in the usage of EUDEBIT services in the third quarter of 2008 by U.S. based merchants.

UK Pet Owners To Be Fined For Not Playing With Their Cat! Move Welcomed By West London Cat Vet

2008-11-10 | A new DEFRA Code of Practice that states you must play with your cat and dictates how many litter trays you need in the house has been criticised this week but London's only cat vet welcomes the new rules and says it could have gone further.

Security Industry Bubble has Burst: Obama's Election to Reduce Demand for Security Products Significantly

2008-11-10 | Forecast Steep Declines in Sales of Video Surveillance, CCTV, IP Video and Other Security Products as Obama Reduces Funding for Security and Decreases Global Tensions

Women Take the Band Stand Presents Cady Finlayson Band in Irish Concert (NYC) 11/18

2008-11-10 | On Tuesday November 18th at 8 p.m.,Women Take the Band Stand presents the Cady Finlayson Band with an evening of Irish music. The concert will be held at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, 236 E. 3rd St., (between Avenue B and C) in New York City. Admission is $10 at the door.