EfficientCEO.com, Efficient Technology Inc's Blog Launched

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Efficient Technology Inc's president, Richard Walker, launches blog at http://www.EfficientCEO.com.

Efficient Technology Inc. (ETI) announces the launch of http://www.EfficientCEO.com which contains a series of articles written by Richard Walker, President of ETI. New articles are posted to the blog each week and cover topics related to efficiency, leadership, management, people, processes and technology.

Richard Walker, ETI's President states, "I became an entrepreneur when I started my first business at age twelve. My dream was simple: become a great leader and change the world. Today, as the President and CEO of Efficient Technology Inc, my vision is constantly being exercised and my goal is still the same. This blog is about the many facets of my passion for business."

EfficientCEO.com was started to foster open discussions about professional growth with ETI's employees, customers, partners and friends. Readers are encouraged to post comments, link to articles, email Richard directly (rwalker @ efficientceo.com) and to contribute to future articles.

Although Mr. Walker is the technology architect behind the financial services industry-leading Quik! Forms Automation Solutions, his role in leading Efficient Technology Inc goes well beyond designing winning solutions. The culture at ETI and the articles written for EfficientCEO.com reflect his passion for business, people, technology and efficiency.

Visit http://www.EfficientCEO.com.

About Efficient Technology, Inc.:
Efficient Technology, Inc. (ETI) is the developer of Quik!, the industry leader of enterprise forms automation solutions and provider of an extensive library of fillable forms. Quik! enables straight-through processing and seamless integration with any existing process flow resulting in faster transactions with fewer errors and an easier way of doing business. ETI is committed to providing effective and efficient solutions through outstanding customer service. ETI was founded in 1996 as a consulting company and built the Quik! Enterprise Solutions in response to the industry's growing need to automate the process of filling out paperwork. Visit http://www.quikforms.com.


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