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SmartSimple Staff Celebrate Earth Day with a Virtual Zoo Adventure

Posted by SmartSimple Software on Apr 26, 2023 2:55:58 PM

Earth Day is a time to reflect on our impact on the environment and to celebrate the natural world around us. At SmartSimple, we're always looking for ways to celebrate this important day, bring our employees together in fun and meaningful ways, and highlight our many clients that are making a difference.

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How SmartSimple celebrates St Patrick’s Day

Posted by SmartSimple Software on Mar 24, 2023 10:34:24 AM

St. Patrick's Day is a time for celebrating Irish culture and history, and this year, SmartSimple held a memorable event to mark the occasion. Employees and their families gathered together to enjoy an evening of music, stories, and memories.

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Introducing Eric Lauer, new CEO of SmartSimple Software

Posted by SmartSimple Software on Feb 16, 2023 2:22:06 PM

We are excited to announce that our Co-Founder, Eric Lauer, has been appointed CEO of SmartSimple Software. Eric's dedication to innovation and unwavering attention to the needs of our clients have been crucial to our growth and achievements, and we are excited about the prospect of his leadership propelling the organization to even greater heights.

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SmartSimple Holiday Recharge Week for Employees is Back, Dec 23 - Jan 3

Posted by SmartSimple Software on Nov 24, 2022 5:47:58 AM

We are so thankful for all that we’ve been able to accomplish this year. Like most companies, none of our success would be possible without the terrific work our team delivers day in, day out. 

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SmartSimple Celebrates Movember for Awareness of Men’s Health Issues

Posted by SmartSimple Software on Nov 15, 2022 11:03:27 AM

There’s a saying these days that we hear more and more. It’s a phrase that used to bring audible gasps when uttered… “I know someone that’s been touched by… “ These days, you can insert ‘prostate’ or ‘testicular cancer’ into that sentence just as easily as ‘mental health’ or ‘suicide’.    

Sadly, it’s a phrase that’s so frequently said that we’ve all seemingly become desensitized to it. The reality is, in many places around the world, women are outliving men, and the gap between a woman’s life expectancy vs. a man’s seems to be widening. 

That’s because a disturbing trend has emerged. Prostate and testicular cancer, along with mental health and suicide disproportionately affect young men. According to the Movember Foundation, testicular cancer is the most common cancer among young men, while men account for 69% of all suicides globally.

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