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22 March 17 - April 6, 2012


360 Vantage hiring, expanding


A hiring wave and office expansion is under way for 360


Vantage, a leader in cloud-based sales and marketing technology solutions in both its Chandler headquarters and ASIA-Pac facility. According to the company’s CEO Mario Martinez II, the contin-


ued growth and success is a direct result of their adoption of www.Salesforce.com and the www.Force.com platforms as a core competency more than five years ago, and follows its sixth con- secutive year of record growth. He says the expansion includes a hiring initiative on two conti-


nents and doubled office space in the U.S. headquarters, which will accommodate the influx of new hires to support current busi- ness and future growth. The company has also expanded office space in the ASIA-Pac facility to accommodate the growth plans. “Demand for our mobile sales and marketing solutions is


exploding with the continued adoption of Salesforce.com and the migration away from legacy systems,” says Martinez. “Companies are clearly seeing the big benefits of the cloud and our tailored solutions designed specifically to make the sales reps lives easier, more productive and more efficient than ever before.” In support of the growth plans, the company has also appointed


Krishna Somayajula as general manager of the ASIA-Pac develop- ment facility. Somayajula will lead the company’s international development team to support increased demand for its mobile CRM, CLM, compliance and e-Learning solutions. Martinez says he brings more than a decade of experience in leading high-per- formance teams in technology organizations including eBay. For more details on open positions in the U.S. or ASIA-Pac facil-


ity and to apply online, visit the careers page at www.360van- tage.com.


Business To help homeowners facing foreclosure, The


Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Task Force pre- sents a workshop from 8 a.m. to noon Sat., March 17 at the Chandler Community Center, 125 E. Commonwealth Ave. Topics to be discussed include mortgage scam


awareness, short sales and the HARP Refinance Program. Participants seeking help are encouraged to bring


copies of the following documents to the workshop: • Two most recent pay stubs showing year-to- date earnings


• 2009 and 2010 signed income tax return or profit and loss statements


• Recent utility bill to establish proof of resi- dency


• Two months of current bank statements • Household expense budget


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Learn to prevent foreclosure at Chandler workshop


• Most recent property insurance and mortgage statements


• A written explanation letter detailing the rea- son for your hardship and/or mortgage delin- quency Counselors will be available to meet with homeowners to help them understand all options which are available to them to avoid foreclosure.


The Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Task Force is


a nonprofit volunteer organization created to reduce residential foreclosures in Arizona and the impact of foreclosure on families and communities. For more information, visit www.chandleraz.gov/


neighborhoods, or call 480-782-4320. Those needing immediate foreclosure assistance can con- tact the Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Hotline at 1-877-448-1211.


Learn about estate planning mistakes Learn how to avoid the 10 most common mistakes of estate planning at a free seminar hosted by Dana


Law Firm at 10 a.m. on Wed., April 4. The class is held at 3115 S. Price Rd., Suite 114 in Chandler. To make reservations, call 480-515-3716, or visit www.danafirm.com.


WebXtra: Read about a bogus IRS refund scam at www.SanTanSun.com by clicking on Business.


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