SPRT

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AcronymDefinition
SPRTSupport
SPRTSupportSoft, Inc (stock symbol)
SPRTStandard Platinum Resistance Thermometer
SPRTSequential Probability Ratio Test
SPRTSimple Packet Relay Transport
SPRTSquankum Paranormal Research Team (Williamstown, NJ)
SPRTStandard Quality Platinum Resistance Temperature Detector
SPRTSheath-Protected Resistance Thermometer
SPRTSelection of Potential Recipient of Transplant
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SupportSoft, Inc. have announced that The TechGuys, U.K.'s fast national, 24/7, fully certified technical support service, will use patented software from SupportSoft to deliver PC Healthcheck, a service which helps their customers achieve optimal computer performance.
She also served as vice president of sales, business development and channels with SupportSoft, Inc., where, under her leadership, the team created major sales opportunities with IBM, CSC and Comcast.
SupportSoft, Inc. is a provider of Real-Time Service Management (RTSM) software designed to improve enterprise endpoint automation and technical support and enable triple play service automation for VoIP, video or broadband delivery by service providers to their customers.
SupportSoft, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPRT), has entered into an agreement with BellSouth (NYSE:BLS) for the development of software tools to help automate the activation and ongoing support for BellSouth's next generation of digital product offerings, including wireless and wireline services, voice over IP (VoIP) and bandwidth on demand.
A co-founder of SupportSoft, Inc. (Nasdaq:SPRT) Cadir Lee is a pioneer of the service and support automation space, building the Silicon Valley-based software company from a startup in its infancy to the successful, publidy traded company it is today.
Thomson (NYSE: TMS; Euronext Paris: 18453) and SupportSoft, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPRT), have successfully conducted interoperability testing of the DSL Forum CPE WAN Management protocol.
A co-founder of SupportSoft, Inc. (Nasdaq: SPRT) Cadir Lee is a pioneer of the service and support automation space, building the Silicon Valley-based software company from a startup in its infancy to the successful, publicly traded company it is today.