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David Murken & Ken Williams talk PODi 2010

Published on May 14, 2010

David Murken:  David Murken, I'm the National Sales Executive for OnDemand Solutions for CDS Global. 

Ken Williams:  Hi.  I'm Ken Williams.  I'm the Executive Director of New Business Development with Smart Money.

David Murken:  I came to PODI to continue to develop our knowledge base about OnDemand applications whether it's electronic or printed media.  CDS Global is very adamant about staying on the cutting edge and the leading edge of OnDemand apps and the knowledge base that we're able to pick up here helps us to continue to be on that leading edge.

Ken Williams:  I came to PODI just to -- I work with Dave on delivering solutions to our clients from a print-on-demand standpoint as well as a personalized communications viewpoint and I work with Smart Money Magazine which is the personal finance magazine of the Wall Street Journal and we have three divisions within our company, which is the magazine, SmartMoney.com as well as Smart Money Custom Solutions which is a custom publishing group within the magazine and many of our clients are financial services companies and we work with them to deliver innovative solutions from communications standpoint, how to better communicate with their shareholders, 401k participants and so forth.  So what we're looking for here in the show is just new innovative uses of the technology and how to reach those individuals in better, more creative ways.

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