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Evaluating Your Operations For 2015

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As we embark on a New Year, many of us will establish resolutions or goals in our personal lives. The New Year also tends to motivate some to even set professional goals or set goals for their businesses. Setting a goal of losing weight, making more sales, or being more profitable can be great, however, […]

Visit Priority Data at The 2014 NAMIC Convention

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If you are attending the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies Convention in National Harbor Maryland next week please stop by our booth #614.  Make sure to come by and visit with Dave Mellor, CEO and John Dunn, Director of Business Development.  Click here to schedule a meeting time. We are giving away a President’s […]

5 Tips For Writing An Effective RFP

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As a company that responds to many RFP’s we find many organizations don’t think through this process and end up with a general and incomplete request for proposal leading to poor or varied responses from vendors. We created 5 simple areas to focus on to ensure you have written an RFP that will serve your […]

Made In America

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This phrase has come and gone as an advertising pitch. Forbes looks at one of the latest companies to use it from the Super Bowl this year in the article: ‘Mat’ In America: U.S. Manufacture Succeeds for WeatherTech. But this article is about much more than the advertising pitch of Made in America. It is […]

The Heartbleed Bug: How was Priority Data Affected?

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Last week saw major news sources comment on the recent discovery of the Heartbleed bug that raised security concerns across the Internet. Most experts estimated that the bug could have affected nearly 2/3 of the world’s servers. While some of the world’s top Internet sites such as Twitter, and LinkedIn remained fairly secure during the […]