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Aeroflow Healthcare Opens Office In Greer, SC To Service Greenville & Spartanburg Patients

Asheville, NC (PRWEB) September 02, 2014

Aeroflow Healthcare, an industry leader and home medical equipment and services in the Southeast, announced the opening of its new office to be located in Greer, South Carolina. The new address is: 310 Business Parkway, Suite D, Greer, SC 29651. This new location will allow Aeroflow to better service patients with a more convenient location in the Greenville area.

“This is an important move for Aeroflow Healthcare and the physicians, hospitals and patients we serve, to ensure that we continue to provide the best customer care,” said Katie Combs, Quality Control Supervisor of Aeroflow Healthcare. “Aeroflow is committed to quick deliveries and this location allows for improved service.” Aeroflow is also able to increase warehouse space to keep up with the demand in referrals.

The new location currently staffs 2 outside sales representatives, 3 office personnel and 3 delivery drivers; employment at this location is expected to increase over the next 12 months. “Aeroflow Healthcare is growing, and hiring additional staff for new locations is something we consider an exciting part of that growth,” says Combs. “Interested individuals should go to http://www.aeroflowinc.com/employment-opportunities for updates on staff openings in this area.”

About Aeroflow Healthcare:

Aeroflow Healthcare is the premier medical equipment provider of the Southeast, and services patients nationwide. Aeroflow is an accredited Medicare and Medicaid provider and accepts most commercial insurances. Their qualified staff offers years of experience in helping patients receive mobility, respiratory, sleep apnea and other medical equipment. Aeroflow is also the parent company of FetchRx Pet Pharmacy and CheapCPAPSupplies.com. For more information, visit http://www.aeroflowinc.com or call (888)-345-1780.







Google releases Slides for iOS, updates Sheets and Docs apps with Microsoft Office editing

Google today launched a Slides for iOS app, while updating its Docs and Sheets apps to support opening, editing and saving Microsoft Office files. These three products represent Google’s push to claw both consumer and enterprise customers away from Microsoft Office. Most of the business world still runs on Microsoft’s renowned productivity apps, so it makes sense that – at least for now – Google should support them as widely as possible. Only when users are confident that Slides, Docs and Sheets can work seamlessly alongside Microsoft Office will Google start making some serious progress in this area. Slides is Google’s…

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The Brokerage, Inc. Opens New San Antonio Office with a New, Bilingual Area Manager


San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) July 21, 2014

Due to the incredible growth of their product portfolio in Texas and across the country, the Lewisville-based brokerage recently saw the need for additional support in niche markets. A big step towards satisfying that need is the opening of their charming new office in San Antonio managed by highly qualified Claudia Rodriguez-Diaz—a Spanish-speaking business manager with all the right experience.

With a degree in Management and a minor in Marketing from the University of The Incarnate Word, Rodriguez-Diaz has served as a Sales Representative, a Community Relations Manager, and Business Development Manager. She comes to The Brokerage, Inc. from United Healthcare, and will be applying her unique skill set to her new home base in San Antonio.

Conveniently located in the emerging hybrid downtown suburb of Cadillac Lofts, The Brokerage’s new office is an accessible location that offers a place for agents to meet prospects and clients, learn the latest product news and marketing ideas, as well as visit with The Brokerage’s new local area manager.

“Our emphasis on better serving our clients, both agents and consumers, creates an incredible demand for strong leaders capable of speaking across carrier and product lines,” said The Brokerage, Inc. Vice-President John Dubas, “The Brokerage is thrilled to have Claudia available to help those we serve. We anticipate an immediate positive influence on our agents, particularly in Central and South Texas.”

The San Antonio Office’s address is:

Cadillac Lofts

317 Lexington, Suite 1

San Antonio, Texas 78215

For more information, visit http://www.thebrokerageinc.com.

About The Brokerage, Inc.

The Brokerage, Inc., a national insurance marketing organization specializing in life, health and accident products, has been a nationally recognized leader in the insurance marketplace for over 36 years. The Brokerage, Inc. is proud to provide products such as annuities, health insurance, life insurance, and long term care insurance, as well as marketing services to over 10,000 actively appointed independent insurance agents nationwide. The Brokerage, Inc. helps independent brokers with their marketing efforts and increases the value of their agency with specialized features such as quality Medicare leads, help with Medicare certification, top contracts, free E&O coverage, and marketing support through various avenues year-round, not just during the Annual Enrollment Period. The Brokerage, Inc. has also played a vital role in training agents for the upcoming Affordable Care Act (ACA) and is a preferred GA for Blue Cross Blue Shield. For more information, visit http://www.thebrokerageinc.com







Google reportedly offers its San Francisco workers a new way to get into the office: By catamaran

Google’s much-protested shuttle buses aren’t the only way for workers to commute to the office. CBS’s San Francisco affiliate reports that the technology company has contracted a private firm to ferry workers from San Francisco to Redwood City. Starting this past Monday, employees have been able to seek passage on a catamaran that can hold up to 149 passengers.

The Port of San Francisco says that Google is paying the port for each docking just like other short-term users, but hasn’t specified the amount that it’s paying. Interestingly, while paying for space at the pier seems normal, it’s counter to what Google has done with its buses — it only recently entered into an 18-month pilot program with the city where the company would pay a fee of $ 1 per day per stop. Before, it just blocked existing public transit stops, delaying other citizens.

CBS5 states that Google’s catamaran runs two trips in the morning and two more in the evening. We’ve reached out to Google for comment and will update if we hear back.

Google Launches Private SF Bay Ferry Service To Shuttle Workers (CBS5)

Photo credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images


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