Corporate Renaissance Group Receives Outstanding Sales Recognition From Microsoft Business Solutions

Corporate Renaissance Group Receives Outstanding Sales Recognition From Microsoft Business Solutions











OTTAWA, ON (PRWEB) August 6, 2004

Corporate Renaissance Group (CRG) recently received recognition from Microsoft® Business Solutions for outstanding customer commitment and sales achievement and was named to the Microsoft Business Solutions President’s Club. This recognition honors Microsoft Business Solutions reselling partners whose commitment to customers is reflected in their business performance and high level of sales achievement and customer satisfaction.

“Microsoft Business Solutions is pleased to honor CRG for its demonstrated strong commitment to customers as well as its high sales achievements,” said Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Tami Reller. “We deeply value our relationship with CRG and are pleased to recognize these outstanding accomplishments.”

“We are extremely proud of our staff who have committed to delivering superior sales, implementation, and support to Microsoft Business Solutions – Great Plains. This achievement comes from both the internal dedication and the support from our partners who buy our innovative products that extend the value of Microsoft Great Plains”, said Dr. Vijay Jog, president, Corporate Renaissance Group.

In addition to reselling and implementing Microsoft Great Plains, CRG delivers innovative solutions for data automation, financial planning and analysis, human resource management and interface management areas that extend the solution’s functionality.

About Corporate Renaissance Group

Established in 1989, Corporate Renaissance Group is a global provider of innovative solutions that drive better business management and performance. With expertise in business management applications, CRG has established itself as a leading provider of solutions that drive operational effectiveness. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, with offices throughout North America, South Africa and India, CRG provides global solutions to global challenges. Their sophisticated, high performance software products and services, together with their unparalleled management expertise enable their clients to become value-based, performance-focused organizations. Their products are sold through a global network of more than 500 strategic partners as well as their direct sales team. For more information please visit http://www.crgroup.com.


















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PHFE Receives Grants for Health Information Exchange

PHFE Receives Grants for Health Information Exchange










Los Angeles, California (Vocus/PRWEB) March 09, 2011

On Monday, March 7, 2011 Cal e Connect, the state of California’s health information exchange entity announced four grants designed to improve health information exchange activities in communities across California.

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, (PHFE), was fortunate enough to be involved in two of those grants. OCPRHIO, (Orange County Partnership Regional Health Information Organization), PHFE’s Orange County, California health information exchange project was awarded a grant for $ 795,761 to continue and expand its activities and LANES, (Los Angeles Network for Enhanced Services), was awarded a grant for $ 996,070 to build on ongoing efforts in Los Angeles including PHFE’s sponsored Health e LA project.

In both instances, PHFE will act as the fiscal sponsor for the projects.

PHFE CEO Mark J Bertler noted, “PHFE is pleased and proud to be a partner in both of these innovative initiatives”. “We believe that we have the right people and organizations involved in these projects to be successful in both Orange and Los Angeles Counties.”

“The Cal e Connect funding couldn’t have come at a more opportune time. Grant awards like these rewards the hard work of a talented and dedicated group of stakeholders” He noted.

These projects were part of the first round of funding provided by Cal e Connect. This funding is part of the HITECH portion of federal stimulus funding that California received.

These projects in consort with efforts to promote meaningful use of electronic health records, recruit and train health information professionals and expand tele-health initiatives are intended to improve patient care and access to timely health-related information.

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Narconon Arrowhead Receives Certification from Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (ODMHSAS) awarded full certification to Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc. (dba) Narconon Arrowheads drug free withdrawal program after department inspectors verified the center was in 100% compliance with the criteria required by the state for non-medical detoxification.

The Departments recommendation for full certification was sanctioned by a unanimous vote by the Oklahoma Board of Mental Health at their monthly meeting held at Department headquarters in Oklahoma City on the 11th of March. Full certification is valid for three years, which is the most allowed under the Department is regulations.

Narconon Arrowhead CEO, Gary W. Smith said, My center is goal has always been to meet or exceed state and federal treatment standards because the individuals that we help are the ones that benefit from a higher quality care in the end. I think it’s a new era for the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services and treatment providers in the state. We have known for some time that substance abuse is one of the key factors that are driving up prison and health care costs and more treatment services are needed, not less. State regulations seem to be moving more towards inclusion of alternative types of effective rehabilitation methods and programs rather then being exclusive to what has been considered traditional treatment methods.

In addition to ODMHSAS certification Narconons drug and alcohol rehabilitation program is accredited by the nationally recognized and prestigious Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF) since the center was first licensed in Oklahoma in 1991. The organization has helped thousands of people recover from drug addiction since that time and has helped prevent drug use through education to hundreds of thousands across the country through the application of American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard is effective drug-free rehabilitation methodology.

Adds Smith, I am impressed with the cooperative spirit that exists today with the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse and treatment providers in the state of Oklahoma. I know this is due, in now small part, to the Department leadership and support in making more treatment services available by the Governor office.

Narconon Arrowhead is one of the largest private residential treatment centers in the United States. The center services between 200 and 230 people in need at a time and program participants range from 18 to over 60 years of age and come from all walks of life all over the country as well as overseas. It is also the main training center for Narconon is international network of drug rehabilitation and education programs that now reaches 40 countries.

Program information can be obtained by calling 1-800-468-6933 or via the web at http://www.stopaddiction.com.

 

Ottawa Area Clubmaking Company Receives Award

Ottawa Area Clubmaking Company Receives Award










(PRWEB) March 17, 2005

PCS Professional “Class A” Clubmaker Don Irving, Artisan Golf Co., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada was named 2005 PCS Regional Clubmaker of the Year in ceremonies held at the 14th Annual PCS International Symposium and Expo in Louisville, Ky., at the Saturday, March 5, 2005, Awards Banquet. Irving was one of six finalists who received regional honors for 2005.

The PCS Clubmaker of the Year program seeks to recognize outstanding professional clubmakers for excellence in craftsmanship, customer service and contributions to furthering the clubmaking profession. Nominees are welcome from the membership with the final selection made by a committee of previous clubmakers of the year. The presentation takes place each year at the annual PCS International Symposium and Expo Awards Dinner.

PCS, an independent professional society of more than 1,000 clubmakers, offers three certification exams that combine a written exam and a hands-on skills test. It is the most rigorous, continually updated certification process in the clubmaking industry. PCS members pledge adherence to a strict Code of Ethics that prohibits knowingly selling or representing counterfeit components or golf clubs. As independent Golf Equipment Professionals®, PCS members can recommend any combination of components that best fit an individual golfer’s swing. PCS members’ expertise provides customers with Tour Fitting for Any Golfer.

For more information about Irving’s clubmaking business, please contact him at (613) 592-0524.

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St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa Receives One Million Dollar Donation, Largest in Its History

St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa Receives One Million Dollar Donation, Largest in Its History










Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) February 22, 2011

The Campaign to build a new St. Patrick’s Home has received some exciting news, and an one million dollar donation. The extraordinary gift from John and Jennifer Ruddy is the largest donation ever made in the 146 year history of the St. Patrick’s Home, a well known Ottawa Long Term Care Home.

“I am joined by the entire St. Pat’s family in thanking John and Jennifer Ruddy for this critically-needed donation. Our dream of a new St. Pat’s will become a reality, in part, through this exceptional Gift” states Larry Kelly, the Chairman of the ten million dollar Campaign for the new St. Patrick’s Home.

St. Patrick’s Home is an important part of Ottawa’s history having been founded pre-Confederation by the Grey Sisters in 1865. Since then, it has supported generations of seniors and others in need of care.

“We are sincerely and profoundly grateful that the Ruddy family has chosen to assist with the eldercare crisis in our community by investing in our new Home. This remarkable Gift brings the Campaign total to $ 9.5 million. We are very well positioned to succeed in reaching our target of $ 10 million, thanks to John and Jennifer’s generosity.”

In October of 2010, St. Pat’s officially announced plans to build a brand new, Class A, 288 bed Long Term Care Home. The new, modern facility will be located adjacent to the current building at 2865 Riverside Drive in South Ottawa. Moreover, the Home will create an inclusive and accessible place for our community’s elderly for generations to come.

The $ 10 million dollar Capital Campaign for the new St. Patrick’s Home will create features and amenities that would not be possible through baseline funding. Campaign Chairman Larry Kelly states “The Campaign will ensure that St. Pat’s will continue to be an extraordinary place for our community’s elderly. The Home has a solid and longstanding reputation for providing exceptional care, but it is critical and urgent that we build a new Home to better meet the needs of our seniors. Eldercare is one of our community’s #1 healthcare issues and we must come together to invest in this crisis. We are grateful to have community champions such as John and Jennifer Ruddy to partner with us in our ambitious and much needed Campaign”.

The Ministry of Health and Long Term Care will provide baseline funding for the $ 55.4 million dollar facility. But community investment will be critical in order to realize a vision for a building that exceeds Ministry requirements in many key areas.

Construction of the new Home is to commence in the late Spring of 2011 as planning is well underway. Residents are expected to move in the Fall of 2013.

CONTACT 

Mariette MacIsaac, Administrator, Trinity Development Foundation, 613.565. 5864 or mmcisaac(at)trinity-group(dot)com

Larry Kelly, Chairman, Campaign for the new St. Patrick’s Home 613.238.6321 or lkelly(at)kellysantini(dot)com

Jennifer Conley, Executive Director St. Patrick’s Home Foundation 613.260.2739 or mailto:jconley(at)magma(dot)ca

http://www.stpats.ca

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