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Crank Software Selects TREW Marketing for Embedded Industry Outreach
Date:12/4/2012

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  • "TREW's marketing expertise and knowledge of the embedded space make them a trusted advisor to help us drive awareness and demand, as we continue to grow our business and market share," said Jason Clarke, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Crank Software. "They have a proven track record developing and executing strategic marketing plans that focus on results and we're excited to have them as an extension of our team."

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    About Crank Software
    Crank Software is an innovator in embedded user interface (UI) solutions that bridges the gap between UI design and embedded systems to deliver a competitive advantage by streamlining the development lifecycle so their customers can get their products to market faster, with higher ROI, and lower total cost of ownership. Today, time is wasted in the development lifecycle because the design goes back and forth between UI designers, user experience designers, and embedded systems engineers. The Crank Storyboard Suite enables stakeholders to work in
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