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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Spilling the Beans

Over the next couple of weeks, we're going to spill the beans: we're going to give you an inside look at how to create your own compliance tracking solution based on Microsoft Outlook.

"So what," you say. Well, if you hadn't noticed, our PRECEPT compliance tracking solution is based on Microsoft Outlook. So essentially, we'll be giving our compliance trackign solution away for free! Yikes!

"Well that sounds pretty dumb," you must be thinking. "Why would you give that away for free?"

So if you're wondering that, or even if you weren't, here's why we're spilling the beans:

  1. If you thought long and hard enough, you could probably figure all this out on your own anyway
  2. You'll get an exhaustive and insightful look at our PRECEPT compliance tracking solution and what it can do.
  3. You'll see that our PRECEPT solution is more convenient than other solutions because it uses Microsoft Outlook (something you probably use already anyway).
  4. You'll realize all the work that goes into creating and maintaining a state-of-the-art compliance tracking solution.
  5. You'll figure out that "Holy cow, it would take me months to get a system like this working properly for my facility."
  6. Next, you'll realize that we can do it faster and cheaper than you can, which means that if you ask us to do it, we'll save you a boat-load of time and money.
  7. Someone out there has plenty of time and zero cash, but still needs a compliance system. God bless the interwebs.

So over the next couple weeks, tune in for our new blog series - "How to: Achieve Compliance with Microsoft Outlook!"

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