|By Marketwired .||
|July 2, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - July 02, 2014) - The June 26th episode of Atlanta Technology Leaders featured EiS Technologies' Chief Marketing Officer Marc Ramos, and VP of Solutions and Alliances John Faucher. Hosts Lee Kantor and Stone Payton interviewed the two guests to learn about EiS Technologies' services and the launch of their new company.
EiS Technologies is an Atlanta based company that offers reporting solutions for e-business. EiS recently launched a second company, Splash Business Intelligence, to provide on-demand reporting for any data source, anytime with one framework. This allows a business to build and view reports on their mobile and tablet devices, along with desktops with multiple browsers.
"A day in the life at EiS features a development team working on our new products, a delivery team providing solutions out in the field, and we have a sales team carrying out the consultative sales process," explained Faucher. "We have a very interesting team and as a small company we leave a big splash where ever we go."
One of EiS's major competitive advantages is their ability to predict the future in the technology market. Ramos explained that their success comes from embracing technology, such as utilizing social channels to allow a company to communicate easily and quickly.
To learn more about EiS Technologies, tune in to this episode of Atlanta Technology Leaders.
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