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October 02, 2009

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I was suprised at the UI in Plateau. Was looking into them 2 years ago and they have really changed. The fun part is that the person next to me thought they looked really bad, so it may come down to what you compare it to.

And please, I agree, let people who actually are good at the products do the presentations. But maybe they were sitting by the computer doing the stuff?

Paul Hebert

I was there for the Motivation Show running concurrently and did pop over for the expo. I didn't have the pleasure of seeing the shoot out in action but I have to say Kudos! to all the companies who took on the challenge. It's nice to see companies who are proud enough of their work and strong enough in their conviction to put it to the test in a public forum. All of the participants have the stones needed to compete in the market. I hope to try something similar in the incentive and reward management space - that will be interesting.

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