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Stratus Blog Confirms the way forward…

by cmccartney | April 6, 2009 | No Comments

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We’ve had a lot of great feedback from you about the blog, and some of you have posted some comments which is great as we look to build up a community area around it. We also have talked a lot about the benefits of this forum internally so some of our colleagues have followed suit.

If you noticed the twitter feed last week we saw that the “Confirm” team had set up a page. On Friday they made their first post and it can be found in the link below. I’ve added it to our “Blog Roll” (doesn’t pay to spell that wrong), so you can always find it from our page too.

I’m sure a lot of you in the UK are familiar with Confirm even if it’s a different department that manages that system, so please point your colleague to it (and of course to our blog). And if you’re not sure what Confirm is, then head right over there and have a look at their introductory post.

We’re also working closely with the Confirm team in forming closer product ties between Stratus and Confirm. If you want to know more about this, then just get in touch.

Confirm Blog: http://confirm.pbbiblogs.com/

Chris M

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