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Elemental Technologies, the leading provider of massively parallel video processing solutions, today announced the addition of video and broadcast industry veteran Daniel Marshall to its executive team as Vice President of Sales. With more than 25 years experience building and driving sales in the enterprise storage, media and broadcast markets, Marshall brings strong leadership skills to his new role at Elemental Technologies. As Vice President of Sales, Marshall will spearhead development of a global sales team and worldwide sales strategy to drive adoption of Elemental's enterprise-class video encoding products.

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Callidus Software Inc. (NASDAQ: CALD), the leader in Sales Performance Management (SPM), and Kadient, the experts in sales enablement, are the latest in a growing list of leading SaaS providers who have partnered with Ping Identity® to provide their clients with Single Sign-On access to their cloud-based sales tools. Both companies have joined Ping Identity’s SaaS Partner Program (PDF document).

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OnForce, the trusted online services marketplace that empowers businesses to find highly skilled local service technicians, today announced that OnForce received the Channel Insider Bull's Eye Award, recognizing the company as a Champion for Channel Support Service. OnForce pioneered the online services marketplace more than five years ago. In the past year, OnForce achieved a major milestone, completing more than one million work orders in the marketplace, thus proving that service organizations in need of consumer electronics (CE) and IT service work are adopting OnForce's Variable Demand Management model.

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Fifteen students from MIT's Sloan School of Management will visit five different companies during the school's Massachusetts Tech Trek. One of them, Microsoft, is publicly-traded. The others include Kayak (a travel site you may have actually heard of), HubSpot, DemandWare, and Rapid7, a Boston-based "IT vulnerability management" company with about 100 employees.

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