Now Blogging: Eyefinity!

Jim McGrann is President of Eyefinity/OfficeMate

Greetings,

Welcome to the Eyefinity blog! Many of you are already following us on Twitter and this blog is our latest adventure into the world of social media.

Social media is changing the way we live and interact every day. More and more people are using it in some way, from my 18-year-old daughter using Facebook to keep in touch with friends in college and family at home, to my college roommate, now a NASA astronaut who was the first person to “tweet” from space while he worked to repair the Hubble Telescope a few months back. The possibilities seem endless.

Our blogging crew consists of Eyefinity employees, but will also feature guest blogs from eyecare professionals. We’ll be posting on relevant industry issues including eyecare technology and solution news, tips and educational resources for Eyefinity users, product news and much more. We hope the blog will give you some more insight into who we are at Eyefinity and how we contribute to the success of ECPs.

If you’re in Las Vegas this weekend for Vision Expo West, stop by our booth (# 13063) and say hello. We would love to chat with you.

Thanks for reading,

– Jim

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2 Responses

  1. Shaune – First off, thanks for giving us our first comment! We will definitely be blogging about our technology here, and look forward to more comments from you and your fellow ECPs. We continue to value and listen to feedback/suggestions/ideas from ECPs, especially those using our technology in their practice.

    In terms of sharing your specific ideas or suggestions for software enhancements, it’s best to email those to us: feedback@officemate.net

    You also mentioned electronic medical records (EMR) – Stay tuned: We’ll have some upcoming posts on EMR and we look forward to your readership and comments.

  2. I am glad to have an Officemate blog. I am interested to hear what kind of material will be posted on the blog. Is this a good place for users to discuss the software and offer ideas on features and improvements that can be made to the software. There are many doctors who would love to have an active part in its development. Being one of them I am looking for the best venue to help create the best EMR for optometrists.

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