ePeople

ePeople

The people who used Apple's online service in the mid-1990s. See eWorld.
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75 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop Health ePeople, a platform to streamline research data-collection through mobile and wireless devices.
0 software company Kapow Technologies, wireless networking pioneer Packethop, EDA software developer Atrenta, Web-based CRM solution provider ePeople, and publicly-traded enterprise software developer Autonomy Corp.
XCITEMENT will thunder through the region as Epeople realise the scale of the opportunity handed to those tasked with driving its economy forward.
One commenter urges, "We have to believe in this kid epeople [sic] doubted him every step of the way to the nba and every step he prove [sic] them wrong.
He assured the support of the Government of South Sudan to the epeople and government of Northern Bahr el Ghazal.
a provider of enterprise software that enables teams in support, sales, service and development to turn informal interactions into valuable corporate knowledge, has announced the release of ePeople Teamwork 5.
epeople matches companies in need of IT support with service providers that can offer the appropriate technical assistance, ePeople will license Support.
ePeople tell me he said this and so I answer that and its just childish games.
75 million to UCSF over the next five years for creation of Health ePeople, a platform that will enable investigators to conduct mobile and wireless health research in a less costly, more streamlined manner.
ePeople, a provider of collaborative CRM products, has announced ePeople Teamwork 4.
She previously held Vice President of Marketing roles at industry leading software companies Autodesk, Baan and Adobe Systems, as well as start-ups including PSS Systems, a developer of information retention solutions, and ePeople, an on-demand, collaborative CRM provider.