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Inside of my consulting firm announcement yesterday, I discussed us launching Entrepreneurs With Blogs.  As a small business owner myself now, I know there is a definite need for a site like Geeks With Blogs in this area.  Running a business is hard.  If you have done it before, I am sure you can agree.  One of the big issues is an understanding of what you have to do to make sure you are paying your taxes correctly.  Another issue is marketing your firm.  All of these problems can be discussed in a forum like a weblog community, so we are making that community available. 



Architecture. Custom Development. Mentoring. Training. Development Methodology. Launching and expanding your enterprise systems requires more than just installing the software and turning it on. That’s why at AJI Software we offer a full spectrum of expert development and consulting services for your organization.


While these words may be tossed about nearly to the point of being cliché, to us they represent a firm commitment to reaching your business goals through the effective use of technology.


With the plethora of technologies available and the complications of regulatory compliance and industry trends, choosing the right architecture is crucial to ensure success.

AJI Software is a premier software consulting and development firm committed to helping its clients identify problem areas, determine where there are gaps, and implement the appropriate solutions. Specializing in proven and groundbreaking Microsoft technologies, AJI Software offers its clients the highest level of expertise and experience.


Based in Lee’s Summit, MO, AJI Software offers the greater Kansas City area a local expert partner for SharePoint, Team Foundation Server, the .NET Framework, and Agile development methodologies. Give us a call and see what we can do to help your organization succeed.


With our proven track record of successfully delivering complex solutions, AJI Software is a partner you can count on.


Does your organization face challenges with:

  • Document Management?
  • Regulatory Requirements?
  • Collaboration?
  • Capturing Data for Useful Analysis? 
  • Having an Integrated Suite of Solutions? 
  • Document Audit Trails & Workflow Processes?
  • Line-Of-Business Integration?
  • Knowledge Gaps in Software Development? 


One thing I have been seeing more of on is a number of extremely large posts. By extremely large, I am talking 2 pages or more. This does frustrate community readers and your own blog readers because you can't always get the description without reading too much. There is hope however. Inside the system, we have entry types called Articles. This is where I like to send people after large post because they are technically articles at that time. So the preferred method of posting large documents is to create an article and upon saving, you will get a URL for that post at the top. Take that URL and write a post about what you are talking about in the article and let the reader decided if they are interested in it. This will help please your readers and the community readers more and will gain you readership in the long run if done properly.


Last night, John and I had sushi with Scoble and had a great conversation. The dinner took place right in the middle of his brrreeeport experiment, which is a word he made up and was not on Google or MSN to see how quick the engines (Technorati, Google, etc.) would pick up on it. Living in the midwest we don't have the best sushi, so anytime I can get to the west coast, I have to go get some. This was my first experience at "I Love Sushi” in Bellevue and I have to say it was very good.

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