Birmingham, Alabama, November 8th, 2007 — HeavyLogic®, a national VoIP provider, announces the immediate availability of Flat-Rate International Calling using the SmartVoice-IP™ Internet Phone Service.
“Another barrier broken” says Bill Kervaski, CTO and Founder. “Now our customers can call anywhere, and we mean anywhere, on the planet starting at $10.00 per month.”
“Our customers are already saving 30-40% over traditional phone service and taking advantage of our free long distance calling” adds Bill Kervaski. “Now they can conduct international affairs without worrying about their phone bill breaking the bank.”
SmartVoice-IP™ delivers enterprise features to small and medium businesses using a just add phones model.
Flat-Rate International is available for $10.00 per trunk with certain SmartVoice-IP™ packages.
For more information about SmartVoice-IP™ visit the HeavyLogic® website at heavylogic.com. Building on the company’s Innovation Everywhere™ campaign, HeavyLogic® continues to grow its array of cost effective and low maintenance IP Telephony products.
About HeavyLogic, Inc.
HeavyLogic® is a privately funded technology company focused on IP Telephony, Software Development and Systems Engineering based in Birmingham, Alabama. For more information call us at (866) 995-7277 or visit the company website at heavylogic.com.
BIRMINGHAM, AL, 6 November 2007 – New Horizons Birmingham and TechBirmingham have scheduled the monthly TechFriday meeting to be held at the new Apple Store at the Summit shopping center, on Friday November 9, 7:45-9:00 AM.
On the program, will be a presentation on the new Macintosh operating system, OS X 10.5, “Leopard”. The poplular iPhone will also be demonstrated. The Apple Store will be drawing for two One on One support cards good for one year of personal training sessions each. Free breakfast is provided.
TechFriday is a TechBirmingham event that brings area IT companies together to network and share information on the burgeoning technology industry here. The breakfast meetings are normally held monthly at New Horizons Computer Learning Center on Beacon Parkway. This special meeting at the Apple Store was arranged in response to growing interest in the Macintosh OS X platform.
Technology companies and interested parties are encouraged to register to attend this limited seating event, and may do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curtis Palmer Transitions to New Role
Birmingham, Ala., 29 October 2007 – After five years of leading the charge for economic growth through technology, TechBirmingham’s President and CEO recently informed the board of directors that he will resign his position at the end of this month. “TechBirmingham has reached a stage that will allow it to be led by its volunteer board of directors,” said Curtis Palmer. He will pursue entrepreneurial opportunities in Birmingham and remain on the board of directors.
Since TechBirmingham was created to implement its Strategic Plan developed in 2001, the not-for-profit has been at the center of a growing technology economic sector in the Birmingham region. It has made a widespread positive impact on regional technology business and, as an organization, will continue to work diligently to build on everyone’s successes.
Several members of the board’s Executive Committee have accepted leadership roles under the new structure. Drew Deaton of Cardinal Health’s MedMined will lead the TechMixer efforts. David Gray of DAXKO will organize the Executive Peer Group program. And, as part of the division of labor, Palmer will be responsible for the TechBirmingham Ecycling Day efforts and continue to work with James Childs of Bradley Arant in organizing future Entrepreneur Accelerator Programs. Additional role assignments will be made at the organization’s fall board meeting.
“It is truly an honor to have been entrusted with the responsibility of bringing many of the components of the community’s strategic plan into fruition and to be allowed to make a personal impact,” said Palmer. “It is time for me to re-enter the entrepreneur marketplace in which we have all invested so much time and talent. I remain committed to the success of TechBirmingham and all that it means to the area.”
“On behalf of TechBirmingham, I thank Curtis for his many contributions to the organization and to the community. We are excited about the new structure of TechBirmingham, its volunteer leadership from the tech community, and its focus moving forward,” said David Gray, Chairman of TechBirmingham and CEO of DAXKO. “In order to discuss the leadership’s ideas and field questions, the public is encouraged to come see what all the excitement is about at the November 6th TechMixer event at Innovation Depot.” Registration details for the semi-annual event can be found at http://www.TechMixer.org.
International location established to deliver accelerated software results and technology investment optimization for ComFrame customers
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ — ComFrame Software Corporation, the leading provider of elegant enterprise enablement for companies across diverse industries in the southeastern United States, today announced it has opened a new office in Beijing, China. ComFrame’s Beijing team will provide software engineering services for companies in America, China and other locations, drawing upon the advanced project management structure, highly- evolved software development processes, methodologies, best practices and quality enhancement approaches that have been the hallmarks of ComFrame software delivery. The Beijing team will collaborate on software projects with ComFrame’s U.S.-based business and IT professionals, extending the company’s proficiency in a wide variety of processes, applications, tools and technologies.
The Beijing office will be led by Frank Chen, Director of Technology, Overseas Division and Craig McWherter, Vice President and General Manager of the Beijing Division. Both of these men, recently promoted to establish and expand the Beijing software enterprise, have the information technology knowledge and business leadership skills necessary to pursue ComFrame success in the Chinese marketplace.
“The strategic location of the Beijing division, as well as the relocation of two key ComFrame resources with 20-plus years of combined experience in the IT sector, enables us to better serve our client base,” said Marc Guthrie, CEO of ComFrame Software Corporation. “Unlike other companies that are outsourcing software projects overseas, we have chosen to establish a ComFrame presence in Beijing that will be managed by our own people. This gives us a real advantage in controlling the quality of the work and managing project schedules, while maintaining a spirit of innovation in all our projects.”
Frank Chen brings with him more than 8 years of experience in the technology industry. He will be responsible for the company’s technology and its strategic direction for the public sector. Prior to joining ComFrame, Chen graduated from a top-three business school in China, where he majored in foreign trade. After graduating, Chen worked for Jian Enterprise Group as a business analyst. In 1995, Chen traveled to the United States, where he received his M.S. from the University of Alabama in Computer Science and Mathematics, became Broadvision certified and became a Sun-certified Java programmer. Chen joined ComFrame in 2002. “I look forward to coupling my understanding of international business and foreign trade with my architectural experience,” said Chen, “to lead technical teams that span the international dateline to deliver precision results for ComFrame clients.”
Craig McWherter also has more than 15 years of experience in the IT industry. Growing up the son of an Army officer, McWherter spent many years overseas among diverse cultures. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Information Systems from the University of Phoenix, graduating at the top of his class. McWherter has worked in C, C++, Visual Basic, Java, and .NET, earning the title of senior architect. “My vision for the Beijing team,” said McWherter, “is to be able to apply my diverse technical experience and business leadership skills to developing innovative approaches for exceeding the expectations of ComFrame clients in helping them overcome their most complex and overwhelming technology challenges.”
“This is an exciting time in the evolution of ComFrame,” said Marc Guthrie, “as we focus on not only growing our domestic operation but also take the leap from being an American company to an international one. We look forward to delivering to our clients what the Beijing division will be able to offer in terms of cost-savings and an expanded technological base.”
ComFrame Software (Beijing) Corporation is located at Building 5, Suiten 235, Zhongguancun Software Park, Beijing 100094, P.R.C., and can be reachedn by phone at + 86-10-82826530.
Since 1997, ComFrame Software Corporation has completed more than 300 elegant software projects for clients across the southeastern United States, helping them reduce IT complexity and successfully deploy modern architectures and applications that improve business agility and efficiency. From offices in Birmingham, Alabama, Nashville, Tennessee, and Beijing, China, ComFrame deliver a broad range of custom solutions and packaged business applications. More than 70 architects, software engineers and project managers make up our highly skilled team. Expertise ranges from enterprise application development and integration to consulting, business process management, corporate planning and performance management, business intelligence, project and portfolio management, information integration, collaboration management, IT mentoring and training in new information technologies and service-oriented architectures (SOA). For more information about ComFrame, visit http://www.comframe.com.
If you weren’t one of the lucky thousands who got a direct email invitation last week to the upcoming TechMixer, then this posting is for you! You are all invited to attend our fourth TechMixer event on Tuesday, 6 Nov., where Birmingham’s technology and creative class get together to mix it up. This time there are no booths, just good old fashioned mixing at the Innovation Depot. The traditional format event will return in February 2008.
In the meantime, we need you to register to attend by clicking on the link below and submitting the form: