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Posted by Becky Baylor; Help Desk Support Manager

Last week, we presented "Signal CRM: What's Next?" to Signal CRM users in DC to highlight the new efficient mail processing features that will be available in Signal 1.3, which is currently being rolled out to offices. Our staff will be reaching out to offices on an individual basis to schedule your upgrade date.

This was an informative session providing a detailed breakdown of the features, as well as highlighting a few developments on the way. Everyone will be upgraded to Signal 1.3 over the next few weeks, so if you work with mail processing or are simply curious about the changes, this is a session you definitely don't want to miss.

If you didn't get a chance to participate in last week's session, don't worry, we've got you covered! "Signal CRM: What's Next?" will be presented via webinar every Tuesday for the next several weeks to coincide with the rollout. Click the button below to sign up!

Other resources include our previous post: "Signal 1.3 Is on It's Way!" and our Help Center article "What's New in Signal 1.3?" If you have any additional questions, please email support@iconstituent.com

Colorado uses Google Apps to make life easier for employees and citizen

Posted by Zain Khan; Chief Executive Officer

Exciting to see great companies like SalesForce and Google push their platforms/technology into Government. This is a nice little video from Google.

From ConnectedGovernment.org

Bringing Silicon Valley to Congress

Posted by Zain Khan; Chief Executive Officer

Great article posted by Jason Putorti, written by Congressional Candidate Ro Khanna.“Bringing Silicon Valley to Congress.” 

From ConnectedGovernment.org

Brookhurst Street: Finding inspiration from my past

Posted by Zain Khan; Chief Executive Officer

Brookhurst Street Highway Exit
The exit we took to get to our office.

It seems like ages ago when my business partners and I started our company. One of our first “real” offices (other offices included garages, homes, and wherever else the rent was cheap) was on Brookhurst Street – a spacious office in an old, 50's era building, not too far from Disneyland. Our neighbors in the building ran very diverse businesses – from call centers to religious cults providing exorcisms; you could hear the screams down the hall. Those were tough days, but we were kept alive by all the enormous possibilities that the Internet promised. Recently, one of my business partners sent me an image of the Brookhurst Street exit. For years, the mere site of this exit gave me a sense of anxiety – a reminder of some very tough times. Now, however, it brings back a some great memories. What I remember most was the tremendous sense innovation, creativity and belief that anyone, even some scrappy entrepreneurs like us, could achieve something great in this new era of technology. So today…

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