The last several months have been a very exciting time for us here at Blogtronix as we have undergone a relaunch of sorts and I am very much looking forward to sharing the fruits of our hard work with the rest of the world.  I am especially proud of our completely rebuilt technical team, and our CTO Nick Dimitrov who have worked extremely hard and faced numerous challenges (just ask Rumen) to get us on pace with a very ambitious roadmap.  They have faced every challenge that I have given them, and we are poised to launch our version 3.5 next month in New York City with an entirely revamped groups architecture, a pre-search functionality, a brand new activity-feed and an internal microblogging feature.  We are also working hard on a Documentum integration which we are optimistic will be ready in time for 3.5 as well.  I am confident, and Vassil and I are very excited that we once again have a top of the line, enterprise ready platform.

Even as we have worked so hard on 3.5, I am very proud that we are also launching the first truly micro-social platform called Blurt It in conjunction with the release of version 3.5 next month at the Web 2.0 Expo in New York.  At the direction of Vassil, we began looking into building a micro-social platform at the beginning of the year, and we were fortunate enough to find the Edno23 software and team, which we acquired in April.  Those guys have worked tirelessly with Nick and our team to integrate the Blogtronix social features into the platform and to make it secure and enterprise-worthy.  I am very excited that it is ready so soon, and I look forward to showing it off in New York.  If you happen to be there, we are planning a major promotion at the show to launch the product, so be sure to visit us.

On the business side, we are working hard on relaunching our company.  This week, we are planning on unveiling our latest pricing structure which will reflect the best strengths of our Corporate Engagement Platform, and be much more scalable than our current offerings for communities and businesses.

The process has been long and hard, but due to the strength of our team we have overcome many obstacles along the way.  I look forward to sharing the fruits of our hard work over the next couple months
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