GW Micro to participate in White House Forum on Modernizing GovernmentI thought some of you all might be interested. Gw was invited by Creame Dale who is a long time Window-eyes user. GW was the only Adaptive technology company who was invited. Here is a link from u-tube of an interview by the local station in Fort Wayne. http://bit.ly/7tW9nf Robert ----- Original Message ----- From: jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxx To: gw-notetaker@xxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Thursday, January 14, 2010 8:00 AM Subject: [GWN] GW Micro to participate in White House Forum on Modernizing Government The White House requested the presence of GW Micro, Inc. at today's White House forum focused on modernizing government. GW Micro, Inc. has been a leader in technology for blind and visually impaired people for nearly twenty years, and its innovative technologies have allowed thousands of blind and visually impaired people from around the world to lead successful lives and flourish in the workplace. After President Obama opens the event, senior federal officials will lead a series of panel discussions focusing on streamlining government operations, enhancing customer service and managing the return on technology investments. The goal is to help close the gap between the private sector and government information technology. GW Micro has a long reputation for quality customer service - from development, through sales, order entry, shipping, technical support and training. Due to this commitment they were offered the opportunity to share their knowledge at the White House Forum. "This is a great opportunity for GW Micro. Our experience with Assistive Technology will provide a unique perspective and we plan to use this perspective to keep the needs of people who are blind in the public eye," said Dan Weirich, Co-Founder of GW Micro. "Explaining our commitment to customer service along with the use of technology internally and by our customers will hopefully spark new thoughts and improvements in government services." GW Micro (www.gwmicro.com) has been a trusted pioneer in the adaptive technology industry since 1990, and continues to lead with innovative, customer driven solutions. If you wish to unsubscribe from this list, send a message to listserv@xxxxxxxxxxx and include leave gw-notetaker in the body of the message.