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Southern California Venture Network Announces Recipients of the 2009 Orange County Emerging Growth Awards
Date:10/2/2009

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Software Solutions: Telogis (www.telogis.com) -- Telogis' product portfolio consists of a comprehensive wireless fleet management solution and a robust, proprietary mapping solution for fleet management companies and other telematics OEMs, enterprise users and systems integrators. OnTrack, the Company's GPS-based fleet productivity and management platform is a scalable, easy-to-use SaaS solution that enables fleet managers to improve productivity and reduce operating costs. The product also provides secure, remote access to real-time GPS vehicle and driver information.

Professional Services: Brand Affinity Technologies (BAT) (www.brandaffinity.net) -- Brand Affinity Technologies (BAT) came to market earlier this year with a platform that makes it easy and affordable for advertisers to launch ad campaigns featuring athletes and celebrities. Advertisers use BAT's platform to identify the most effective celebrity and athlete endorsement talent based on brand and targeting considerations, and to quickly secure licensing rights and approvals. Unlike traditional endorsement deals, BAT-enabled ad campaigns can be up-and-running in a matter of weeks or even days. Currently, BAT's Platform features more than 2,700 top athletes and celebrities in markets nationwide, and is used by leading advertisers such as Ford and McDonalds.

Medical Technologies: Holter Labs, LLC (www.holterlabs.com) -- Holter Labs is a unique Cardiac monitoring service that offers same-day electronic patient cardiac results. This means that the edited heart study (30-60 pages depending on how long the patient wears the re
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