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Why Altium has acquired Morfik

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9/24/2010 01:13 PM EDT

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Tom @ eSoftSales
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re: Why Altium has acquired Morfik
Tom @ eSoftSales   10/18/2010 4:33:19 PM
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I sell Altium in the US as a Partner-VAR, namely eSofSales. We have extensive knowlegde of EDA, Altium and resident telecom experts on board. I would like to review and propose that the Altium cloud based solution integrate with a Worldwise Cloud Managed Services company, thru eSoft and include sufficient server Farm (storage) capability to make Altium's Cloud solution a much needed Expense reduction for the customer, and an enhanced Revenue driver for Altium. We have briefly talked about a Cloud-based solution with Bob Potock and Gerry Gafney. We have deep contacts in VerizonBusiness, recently opened discussions of our own managed Services solutions at eSoft that could assist Altium worldwide.....Telecom expertise in this area is definately a plus implementing cloud solutions. I can be reached in the US on 401-737-7774, or, thomas.mihalko@esoftsales.net Warm regards and continued success, Tom Mihalko Director of Sales and Marketing eSoftSales Mid-West Altium VAR

Max The Magnificent
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re: Why Altium has acquired Morfik
Max The Magnificent   9/24/2010 3:11:21 PM
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Quite apart from anything else, I love the name Morfik (grin). I was taking part in a survey just yesterday as I pen these words -- one of the questions was about which EDA companies were showing the most innovation, and I used Altium's Morfik acquisition as an example of something I think is really exciting.

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