TrackResults Software, known in the timeshare industry for providing instant sales and marketing analytics with insights delivered in real time, is exceeding more than 1.9 million views per month since February. TrackResults provides dashboards and analytics to aid fact-based decision-making in the sales and marketing arena.
The noteworthy statistics reflect actual page views visited by users while using TrackResults web-based application. This includes developers and lead generators who depend on the Salt Lake City-based company to sharpen and provide the competitive edge to every team that wants to raise the bar, and get to the next level of performance and profitability.
According to Sean Nickerson, one of the founding partners of the company “on a monthly basis, TrackResults analytics are accessed on an average of about 59,000 times, each entrance being an industry professional with a minimum of a 30 minute lapse between the last page load. Approximately 9% of the users logged in, and used the dashboard only, then exited. About 50% of the views were simple changes to date ranges, or search criteria modifications. This shows how interactive the program is and just how simple it is to use.”
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World Wildlife Fund (WWF) today issued the following statement from Bill Eichbaum, vice president of marine and Arctic policy for WWF-US, in response to the conclusion of today’s Arctic Council ministerial meeting attended by Secretary of State John Kerry:
“Like a frenzied bank run, there’s a mad rush to extract the Arctic’s natural resources. Today’s agreements tell us that the Council sees the crowds coming, but isn’t yet worried enough to take urgent action. By putting critical issues like oil spill prevention and reducing the impact of climate change on the back burner for two years, the Council risks the region being poorly prepared for this mad dash.
“However, forward-looking agreements like these are critical to prepare for potential disasters in the Arctic, like drilling mishaps that occur in the region’s extreme environment. When something goes wrong in the dangerous Arctic waters, a rapid, coordinated response provides the only chance for saving wildlife at sea and local communities on shore.
“This meeting is a key moment among ongoing efforts to mitigate against disasters in the Arctic – but we need to go beyond that. What we need now is an overarching action plan on how to protect the Arctic ecosystem itself, because the drive to extract its natural resources is only going to increase.
“As our nation’s top diplomat, Secretary Kerry should lead the effort to address Arctic issues at the global scale. The U.S. must also continue to develop a more comprehensive national Arctic strategy that takes into account the impacts of climate change on wildlife and Alaskan communities, and seeks to reduce our nation’s contribution to greenhouse gas emissions.”
Gov. Jay Nixon has made job creation a top priority, now to protect workers, citizens, seniors, veterans and AFL CIO hope he kills the bill it calls an assault on workers and worker rights.
Because of his track record of job creation and protection in Missouri, today the AFL CIO appealed to Gov. Jay Nixon to veto SB 29, the so-called ‘Paycheck Protection’ legislation because the union says the bill is nothing more than an effort to weaken workers’ rights and their ability to participate in the political process.
Backed by CEOs and large corporations and dubbed the ‘Paycheck Protection’ bill, the AFL CIO says the bill that passed the Missouri House yesterday with bipartisan opposition has a deliberately misleading name because it will do nothing to “protect” workers.
Though it falls short of making Missouri a right-to-work state, if signed by the governor it would force public employee unions to get annual approval from its members before deducting any fees that are used for political purposes. It would also require that same yearly approval before it could collect any union dues.
“Like all Missouri public workers who voluntarily join a union, I did so because I want a voice at work and in Jefferson City. I help families every day who are struggling in this economy – it is about time that politicians start creating jobs and quit trying to make it even more difficult to do our jobs,” said Natasha Pickens, state social services worker from St. Louis County.
The AFL CIO believes that this bill is nothing more than an attempt to keep unions out of the political process.
“This bill has nothing to do with helping working people,” said Mike Louis, Missouri AFL-CIO Secretary Treasurer. “Public workers in this state have faced an uphill fight for collective bargaining rights and are 50th in the nation in pay. It is shameful that instead of correcting real problems faced by the workers who care for our veterans, teach and protect children at risk from abuse and neglect, and serve so many other critical roles – politicians chose to again reward special interests at the expense of our everyday heroes.”
Workers have voiced their opposition to the legislation at demonstrations at the Capitol and at events all over the state. Voters have held rallies and knocked doors to talk with their neighbors, and sent thousands of emails, letters and phone calls to elected leaders.
Uncharacteristically, no workers were called to testify as the legislation was debated or considered in committees.
Autoworker Stan Stevenson from Wentzville has been knocking doors and worked on a phone bank.
“We vote for legislators and expect them to work for us, not CEOs who seem to care more about big bonuses and profits for their shareholders and special interest groups like the American Legislative Exchange Council and Americans for Prosperity,” says Stevenson. “The legislature should focus on creating jobs in Missouri and boosting our economy. SB29 does the opposite – it is payback for the same corporations that have been shipping our jobs overseas and dodging their taxes.”
Gov. Jay Nixon has a track record of bringing together both Republicans and Democrats to pass legislation that benefits workers and jobs. But this legislation does neither, the AFL CIO says.
Now the union hopes Gov. Nixon steps in to protect workers’ rights.
If Gov. Jay Nixon vetoes the bill, lawmakers likely would not have the votes to override it.