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Hubdoc - SaaS provider for exchange of bookkeeping documents. See and

GAFA: acronym referring to the four giants of internet: Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon.

EffiaSoft – Providing ERP on the Cloud for SME

Foraying into the world of ERP, EffiaSoft is a venture, recognized by Microsoft as a BizSpark startup, aimed at realizing the dream of providing an enterprise grade ERP for SMEs’ with increased affordability.

Where it all began:

Having served as a Technical Architect, responsible for the development and implementation of ERP solutions and technologies in companies like Oracle Corporation and Bernhard Schulte Ship Management for more than 10 years, Koushik lunged onto the entrepreneur express with a vision to simplify enterprise solutions for SMEs’. Thus EffiaSoft was conceived on November, 2012 at Hyderabad. The main challenge was to achieve a balance between the high end, complex, expensive ERPs’ and the low end, limited functionality ERPs’. Owing to the substantial efforts put in by Joydeep and Ramesh, the other co-founders and under the able leadership of Koushik, the team marched in head strong, motivated to achieve their goals. Joydeep an engineer by profession with passion for technology looks after the technical aspect of the product development while Ramesh with his masters in Industrial Engineering duels in the functional arena.

About the enterprise suite software:

Even though the SMEs’ comprise of a major chunk in the untapped market share for ERP implementation, they are highly reluctant to adopt ERP owing to a number of factors like heavy investments and maintenance costs, unawareness about ERP, lack of proper resources, major shift in work culture, etc. EffiaSoft built an ERP software keeping in view all the above mentioned factors. Instead of forcing the SMEs’ to change their work culture, the intuitive and customizable user interface allows users to run their business smoothly without having to make any radical changes. Being available on a cloud platform, EffiaSoft’s ERP suite prevents the cost of installing and maintaining an in-house server. Its integrated business intelligence and analytics keeps the business at the helm of all business updates. The best part being users can subscribe for the application on a pay per use model as EffiaSoft provides the application on a SAAS (software as a service) model.


i. EffiaSoft has been shortlisted for the NASSCOM Emerge 50 2014 Awards. - ii. EffiaSoft is a part of Startup Village, incubation program - iii. Recognized by Microsoft as BizSpark startup - iv. Nominated in the Microsoft's Solution Excellence Awards 2014 in the “Large Enterprise Solutions” and “MSME Solutions” category - iv. Selected as one of the “Top five cool startup” by SiliconIndia, November 2013 - v. Attended as a Startup Guest and speaker at Global Entrepreneurship Summit, 2014 at IIT Kharagpur vi. Demonstrated product concepts at NASSCOM Product Conclave,2013 - vii. Partner with SME Joinup, India’s leading platform for SME -

Human resources[edit]

  • Adderstone Group
  • alaMaula
  • Effects Bargaining
  • Extension Agent Behaviors and Results Anchored Rating System (EABRARS)
  • Get Friday
  • Leader-Member exchange theory
  • Lominger Competency Model
  • Motivational statement - How does this relate to a personal statement or mission statement? Does the usage of these related terms vary geographically? Some clarification would be useful.
  • Narrow Network This is a type of healthcare network that has a more limited selection of providers that can be accessed, typically concentrated from one health system. This is used more and more to offer lower cost health insurance products.
  • Nigerian Labor Law
  • Passive insubordination
  • Profit Clicking - online money-earning website that is patented under United States Patent 6,578,010; uses a pay-it-forward system so that you can start free with ten dollars in your account and grow it by getting commissions from viewing three websites a day; negative reviews are from people that don't understand it, so a page on Wikipedia would be helpful in establishing its credibility; [1] (which contains the link to the site); [2]
  • Real Estate Holding
  • Restricted holiday
  • Salary Indicator
  • Smokey Tours-Smokey Tours is a tour operator that offers several tours around Metro Manila. The tours offered by Smokey Tours are pretty unique in the Philippines. Their signature tour is the Smokey Mountain tour (a tour through the slums of Manila), wherein profits made are donated to the local organization Bahay at Yaman ni San Martin de Porres. Smokey Tours also offers a Market tour through Binondo and Chinatown, a Bicycle tour through Intramuros, Luneta, and surrounding areas and a cockfighting tour in Tondo, Manila. Their mission is to show their guests another side of Manila with safe, genuine and eye-opening tours while simultaneously aiding a local NGO. [3]
  • Support for trade unions There is a page titled Opposition to trade unions so there should be a page supporting the opposite views, or the two concepts could be merged... I don't know. I just noticed the lack of a opposing viewpoint page was odd.
  • Team action management as devised by Albert S Humphrey from SWOT analysis
  • Theory of Change Relatively new (since early 2000s), interesting, and important model for participatory applied social change. I have seen it only in relation to international development cooperation, but I trace it back to causal path models in social science research. Easy to find on Google, but needs independent and unbiased overview.[4]
  • helping local businesses around the world to great success was first registered as in 2004, the first suggesting the best local businesses in a city. also conducts training and management consulting for local businesses and professionals around the world to help them be a great success. It is the first online local business directory which covered all cities in the world and have a simple and easy to fill 'merchant friendly form'. Its also the first to have merchant's own page, free photos and video links. Its the first to have seo inbuilt to help the local businesses easily be known. All with no charges. It also has city forums for people people to help each other find and know more about each city, local businesses and other activities in the city; and a local business's guest book. The founder Jaison Joseph Kandamkulathil bought the domain name of the online yellow pages ( who fired him in 2000 on the 10th day of his work. Article about the founder in 'The Hindu'

Press releases web site web site Linkedin Profile FaceBook Page Link to the Book on Linkedin At the book publisher's web site

Law firms[edit]

Hasbro, Inc. v. Clue Computing, Inc. (1999) Massachusetts [1]

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  • Alliance Management - Emerging competency focused on the successful management of strategic alliances. Cross-industry professional organization is the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals (ASAP); [5]
  • Big room, Big area or Obeya -- Toyota originated term similar to War room
  • By the sea recovery sober living - Previously deleted (twice) for not making a credible claim of notability.
  • Case Management Systems
  • Catherine B Livingstone - Telstra Board Chairman
  • Completed staff work
  • Craft of Management
  • Distributed Leadership
  • Dr Shayne Silcox - SILCOX Shayne: PhD (Management & Marketing - UWA), Master Commerce (Curtin), Bachelor Business (HR & Law - Curtin), Grad Dip Management(Curtin University), Dip Automotive Engineering & Management (TAFE), FAICD, FAIM, FIAME, FLGMA; CEO, City of Melville, since 2008; Career. CEO City of Belmont 2004-08, CEO City of Nedlands 2000-04, Director Commercial Services 1997-2000; Manager. Organisational Development Western Power Corp. 1995-97, Manager Business Processes and Human Resources 1994-95 WPC, Engineering Services Head Business Development & Management Systems 1989-94 WPC, SECWA 1977-89 incl.:Superintendent Operations, Supervisor Mechanical Workshops, Coordinator Customer Relations, Alternative Fuels Tech, Mechanic; Major Motors Holdings 1972-76 services Adv./mechanic/Apprentice; various positions; International Business Excellence Evaluator; Lecturer Organisational Development Curtin University; D/Chairman Disability Services Commission Board 2006-2012; Chairman DSC Audit & Risk Com 2007-2012; Chairman DSC Policy Com 2007-2012; former State President Local Government Managers Australia Board; Disability Ambassador; Director Local Government Advisory Board; former Cr AIM; Honorable Life Member Curtin University Alumni; Chair CEO Advisory Committee South West Group; former Secretary Faulkner Park Retirement Estate Board; former Treasurer Perth Airport Municipal Committee; former Member Public Sector Management Board; former Chairman Western Regional Organisation councils Board; former Member Exec Sub-Committee Cultural Change Western Power Corporation; recipient Australian Honours - Public Service Medal (PSM); Nominated WA Citizen of the year 2011; recipient Environmental Award 2010; recipient Customer Service CEO of Year 2009 & 2012; recipient Local Government Honours for Commitment and Eminent Service WALGA 2006; Nominated Australian of Year 2004; Australian Business Excellence Medal ABEF 2004; Leadership Award in Local Government Alcoa 2003; recipient Order of Merit AICD 2001; recipient Curtin Alumni Medal for Academic Excellence and Community Leadership Curtin University Tech. 1994; awarded Human Resource Institute Prize 1991; recipient Automotive Test and Design Award CCI 1976.
  • Evaluating strategies
  • Fee Slipping
  • Furniture Closeout Store - American, home furnishings [6].
  • Global Artist Agency
  • Groupe Proaction - [7]
  • Hayes-Wheelright matrix also know as product-process matrix
  • Hybrid Management
  • IT Project Management
  • Institute on governance
  • LeighFisher
  • Managerial Competencies Questionnire - The Hay/Mcbar Managerial Competencies Questionnaire.

Theory of Complexity of Joint Action Implementation

[Main Website ] [1][2][3][4] CrunchBase Profile Bloomberg Profile

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Terminology (business)[edit]



  • American Red Cross Volunteer Life Saving Corps - (ARCVLSC) is a non-profit organization made up of volunteer lifeguards. It is a division of the American Red Cross, which provides volunteer lifeguards to Jacksonville beaches and internationally through Lifeguards Without Borders.

References. "The Northeast Florida Chapter". "Charter for Jacksonville Beach Lifesaving Corps Red Cross marks a century".Council Member Love. "RESOLUTION 2012-521". "New Exhibit at Beaches Museum Celebrates a Century of Jacksonville Beach's Lifeguards".

The South African Oncology Consortium The South African Renal Consortium SASMO SASH SASCRO



Seismic Testing - This involves mapping the geological structure beneath the surface. Transport Services - Both land and water rigs need to be moved around at some point in time. Directional Services - Believe it or not, all oil wells are not drilled straight down, some oil services companies specialize in drilling angled or horizontal holes.



  • Sraffa-Hayek debate - debate between Piero Sraffa and Friedrich Hayek in 1930s. Firstly, Hayek of LSE reviews John Maynard Keynes's Treatise on Money (1930). Keynes replied to Hayek. After this, Keynes asked Sraffa to write a critical review of Prices and Production for the Economic Journal. His review was published. Hayek's response and Sraffa's rejoinder was published after this. In this controversy between Cambridge and LSE, The general consensus about the debate is that Sraffa got the better of Hayek in the exchange.


Economic policy[edit]

Economic theory and history[edit]

  • Pluralist Commonwealth
  • Democratized ownership



  • Andrews, Philip Walter Sawford - ((1914-1971), fellow at Nuffield and subsequently professor of economics at * Raymond Baker - Director of the Global Financial Integrity Program and author of "Capitalism's Achilles Heel: Dirty Money and How to Renew the Free Market System"
  • Dennis R. Appleyard - Chair Department of Economics at Davidson college, Main Author of the International Economics (6th Edition) McGrawHill Inc. Received UNC-Chapel Hill's Tanner Award for "Excellence in Inspirational Teaching of Undergraduate Students" in 1983 and Davidson's Thomas Jefferson Award for teaching and service in 2004; [84]; Sajjad Arif (talk) 06:55, 3 February 2011 (UTC)
  • Alan Auerbach - professor, University of California, Berkeley; first editor, American Economic Journal
  • Gregory Robert Badishkanian - Vice-President and Senior Research Director at CitiGroup Corp., Formerly of Salomon Brothers, and a 3rd. Generation Armenian-American Philanthropist, Graduate of Drew University - NJ and Graduate Degrees From Cornell - NY, Many awards won for his insight in the field of Economics and Finance. Grandson of famous blacksmith, gunsmith and weapons inventor, Martin Jevanian, an Armenian-American born in Armenia and fled to America as an orphaned child after his Christian parents were slaughtered by Muslim Turks during the Armenian Genocide of 1915, Martin contributed greatly to his newly adopted homeland after arriving in the United States by ship - including the donation of a portfolio of patents - to the Watervliet Armory in NY during WWII.
  • Dr. David Besanko - Alivn J. Huss Professor of Management and Strategy; author of multiple economics text books; Editorial Board, Review of Industrial Organization; Editorial Board, Journal of Regulatory Economics; [85]
  • Bruce Boissonnault - Faculty at Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School and founding publisher of
  • Mary Jean Bowman - (1908-2002) University of Chicago economist best known for her work on the economics of education.
  • Elizabeth Brunner (economist) - (1920-1983) Professor of Economics cited in Umberto Meoli.
  • Maureen L. Cropper - (1949- ) First female chair of Department of Economics at the University of Maryland. First chair of any University of Maryland, College Park Department who is a member of the National Academy of Sciences. Noted environmental economist with over 80 publications on valuing environmental amenities, discounting health benefits for future generations, and health effects of various forms of energy production in developing nations. Currently is a senior fellow at Resources for the Future, former lead economist at the World Bank.
  • Rachel T.A. Croson - (1967-) Dean of the College of Business at the University of Texas at Arlington. PhD Harvard; known for experimental economics, negotiation, and philanthropy.
  • Arindrajit Dube - labor economist from Stanford, PhD from University of Chicago, currently at Berkley.
  • John William Hatfield - PhD economics, Stanford, 2005; currently at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
  • Seymour E. Harris - (1897-1975) important figure in Keynesian revolution in America, editor of The New Economics. Keynes' Influence on Theory and Public Policy
  • David A. Jaeger Professor of Economics at City University of New York Graduate Center, labor economist. Famous article on weak instruments; [86]
  • Hari Bansh Jha - one of senior most economists of Nepal; academician
  • Jim Jubak - senior markets editor, MSN Money
  • Fuhito Kojima - PhD economics, Harvard, 2008; currently at Cowles Foundation and starting at Stanford in Fall 2009. He's a star matching theorist.
  • Hilary Kramer - financial journalist
  • Ruth de Krivoy - was president of the central bank of Venezuela during the height of the crisis that erupted in early 1994.
  • Matías Kulfas - who? -- see [87]
  • Manuel Fernández López - Specialist in History of Economic Thinking, FCE, University of Buenos Aires
  • Mukul Majumdar - PhD economics, Berkeley, 1970. Currently at the economics department at Cornell University.
  • Brendan McEvoy - economic researcher, National University of Australia
  • David Balto- former worker at the fcc and world reknown anti-trust lawyer
  • D. Nathan Sheets - Former Division Director of Finance at the U.S. Federal Reserve, then Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs.


Terminology (economics)[edit]




Is this simply a different name for the Social Credit concept?
Not that important - it's simply a CDO that was sold in-house. There's more sensationalism in the article than facts - the bubble formation described and the largest figures cited refer to the overall crisis rather than "Klios" themselves.
  • Lesetja Kganyago, Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank.
  • Loan Notes - UK financing technique
  • LOYAL3 - A San Francisco based online stock broker that is opening IPOs to investment by common investors for the first time in history.
  • Loyal Bank Group- Loyal Bank has been doing business for more than 15 years. It is audited by KPMG. Loyal Bank Group has been launched to integrate the products and services of the bank. [3]
  • Marianne Lake - Lake is the current CFO of JPMorgan Chase Bank.
  • Matching Halt - I think it is a kind of Pause in the Stock Marked when new vital information is released.
  • Marubozo - A financial charting/graphing method where the graph is shaped like a candlestick with no shadow.
  • Merrill Edge - Online brokerage. Right now it redirects to Merrill Lynch, but the two are different.
  • MMIFF - cf. the Federal Reserve's balance sheet [173]
  • Morningstar Style Box - graphic symbol indicating the category of a particular investment
  • Mlhuillier Financial Services - One of largest Financial Services Company in the Philippines offering Quick Cash Loans, Money Transfer Services (Domestic & International), Bills Payment and other services.


Defines the requirements for membership of state-chartered banks in the Federal Reserve System; sets limitations on certain investments and requirements for certain types of loans; describes rules pertaining to securities-related activities; establishes the minimum ratios of capital to assets that banks must maintain and procedures for prompt corrective action when banks are not adequately capitalized; prescribes real estate lending and appraisal standards; sets out requirements concerning bank security procedures, suspicious-activity reports, and compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act; and establishes rules governing banks' ownership or control of financial subsidiaries; [186]
  • re-intermediation - (i.e. banks having to take (securitised) loans back onto their own balance sheets)
  • Repayment plan - as in a plan created by a consumer in consultation with creditors (such as credit card companies) to pay down consumer debt; such plans often are designed by specialized consumer credit counseling agencies in the U.S. as a way to avoid bankruptcy
  • Rice Finance Company - stock market investment company
  • Roll critique - Roll, Richard, A Critique of the Asset Pricing Theory's Tests,Journal of Financial Economics, 4, 129-176 (March 1977).