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Quality Control Software

CleanBrain Software announces the addition of a BlackBerry inspection application to CleanTelligent, the revolutionary online quality control system. CleanTelligent is a customer service and inspection/message tracking program for the JanSan
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Window Cleaning

See if the Sky Pro® Window Cleaning System is right for you at a no-obligation demonstration on Wednesday, August 11, 2010, at 10:00 a.m. Central Daylight Time (CDT) at the
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UK Technical Director wins carpet extractor at CONNECTIONS

COEUR D''ALENE, ID — Dr. Agnes Zsednai, technical director for the WoolSafe Organization, was the surprise winner of a brand-new King Cobra 500 model carpet extractor from U.S. Products at this year''s CONNECTIONS Tradeshow.
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E-learning program yields eye-opening results

PETERBOROUGH, CANADA — "Passionate" participants achieve sales success, according to study.
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Nine Diversey products nominated for ISSA 2010 Innovation Award Program

STURTEVANT, WI — New Diversey products nominated in three of five cleaning innovation categories.
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CIRI announces launch of 'Manufacturers' Corner'

ALBANY, NY — The Cleaning Industry Research Institute International is pleased to announce the launch of the "Manufacturers'' Corner" section of its website.
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LEDiscovery and Light Canada turn on the lights in Canada

TORONTO — Solid-state lighting is at the forefront of two events in Toronto this week.
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Power of Internet explored

FORT WORTH, TX — Internet commonly used to evaluate and purchase floor care equipment.
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Condition-based Maintenance With CMMS Programs

Condition-based maintenance (CBM) is a form of proactive maintenance that predicts when equipment failure will occur. Unlike failure-based maintenance, which is initiated after tools and equipment have broken or are
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Today's Bidding And Estimating Software: Detailed, Customized And Professional

Yesterday''s methods of bidding and estimating jobs included a lot of "guesstimating" of prices — which were then quickly jotted down on the back of business cards. This led to
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