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    --  Bright Future Ahead for PSA Software Industry
    --  Changing Your Financial Mindset for Retirement


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    --  Sports Writer - Daily News-Record (VA)
    --  Reporter, South Bay Courts - Law360 (CA)


    --  Media 411: Most Memorable TV News Stories
    --  Grammar Hammer: Punctuation Saves Lives, Part 1
    --  Tips for Writing an About Page When You Hate Writing About Yourself


Bright Future Ahead for PSA Software Industry
Mike Salem
Co-founder and CEO
"The acquisition of Autotask provides everyone with a clear indication that the professional services automation (PSA) and managed service provider (MSP) markets are thriving and has a great potential for growth. Private equity companies are very interested in companies that have huge potential. Having said that, this latest acquisition is a sign that should make all the PSA/MSP technology providers, as well as the remote monitoring and management (RMM) providers, very excited about a brighter future."
Salem is the CEO of Vorex, which was founded in 2007, and is one of the company's original founders. His career as a visionary business innovator spans more than 20 years. He has extensive experience in cloud computing, professional services automation, project management, small-business IT solutions, and risk management. Under his leadership, Vorex has grown to become a leading provider of cloud-based PSA solutions. The company provides cost-effective, user-friendly software solutions to help small- to mid-size businesses streamline operations, automate time-consuming tasks, and improve the bottom line while focusing on their core business. He is recognized for his expertise in conceptualizing, planning and developing specialized solutions for professional service industries. He provides both strategic and tactical direction at Vorex. His leadership and determination has enabled Vorex to consistently develop and implement solutions that create value for business organizations.
Website: http://www.vorex.com
Media Contact: Chris Navalta, cnavalta@graham-associates.com

Changing Your Financial Mindset for Retirement
Bijan Golkar, CFP
Vice President/Senior Advisor
FPC Investment Advisory, Inc.
Most people approaching retirement understand that life is about to change a whole lot: More freedom, more time, less day-to-day structure. But what many new retirees don't grasp is that their financial mindset needs to undergo a major change as well. Simply put, without that consistent stream of work income, your financial margin of error becomes a lot smaller, and your financial stability becomes less secure. Says Golkar, "Even if you were disciplined about money during your career, you may find that you need to be even more disciplined in retirement."
Bijan has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News and World Report, Yahoo Finance, The Fiscal Times and DepositAccounts.com. He is located in San Francisco, Calif.
ProfNet Profile: http://www.profnetconnect.com/bijangolkar
Website: http://www.FPCWealth.com
Media Contact: Steve Garmhausen, Steve@AdvisorCopy.com



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