Getting in touch

Thanks for visiting my blog. I welcome your feedback on the topics I’ve presented. My aim is to make information technology (IT) strategic and relevant for the industry.

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I am also open to ‘networking’ and helping others via mentoring or coaching. So if you have any questions please let me know, and I will do my best to help you. In the meantime, if you want to send me a message please do so via the contact form below.




5 thoughts on “Getting in touch

    Rob Berzanski said:
    Wednesday, 09Feb2011 at 3:07 PM

    Greg Peterson mentioned that we should talk about a mutual opportunity for HCL and SmartOps. Please contact me.

      Jim Sabogal responded:
      Wednesday, 09Feb2011 at 11:36 PM

      Hi Rob,
      Here is my contact information:
      cell: +1 215 820-1041
      I have some availability on Friday to have a follow-up discussion. Please note I recently spoke to Eric Yuan and I am currently waiting on some additional product information.

    BHASKAR. said:
    Sunday, 19Feb2012 at 5:18 PM

    I would like to know more on your findings(issues and benefits) regarding integrating R and D of an organization to the rest of the sections using ERP. I am a student and trying to gain knowledge on that area.

      Jim Sabogal responded:
      Tuesday, 28Feb2012 at 11:01 AM

      Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Within Life Sciences most companies use SAP ERP for the business aspects of their business. When it comes to R&D and Sales and Marketing these companies turn to Oracle for R&D and Salesforce dot com for their Sales&Marketing business processes. Yo can refer to a previous blog regarding R&D and in one the blogs I have attached pdf files that will show you the overall concept of a ‘unified clinical platform.’ I hope this helps and please feel free to reach out to me with further questions…..
      Thanks, Jim

    Toshi Ajiki said:
    Tuesday, 01May2012 at 7:27 PM

    Hi Jim,

    Thank you for posting an article describing our app 7notes HD.

    We have the 7notes app on Android.
    What is different from iPad and iPhone versions is that
    handwriting recognition can be used within other Android applications such as e-mail, Twitter, blogging apps, etc.

    Press release:

    Android Market:

    Our web site:

    If you are interested in the application, please let me know.

    Best regards,
    Toshi Ajiki
    MetaMoJi Corporation

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