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NCSAB - Press Release

Aware BEP Conference Tabletop

NCSAB

April 8, 2014 – Lacey, Washington

Alliance Enterprises, the leading provider of case management solutions for vocational rehabilitation, is set to unveil their latest software application, Aware Business Enterprise Program (BEP) at the National Council of State Administrators of the Blind (NCSAB) Spring Conference. Alliance designed Aware BEP in accordance with state Business Enterprise Programs which were created under federal legislation of the Randolph-Sheppard Act in 1936.

Aware BEP allows administrators to efficiently manage operations and finances resulting in more time to help blind individuals run successful businesses. Developed and tested with accessibility in mind, Aware BEP is one of the only Cloud applications; offering Business Enterprise Programs a powerful and comprehensive software application with automation, reporting and federal compliance in a user friendly package.

Aware BEP Launch

Lacey, Washington- Alliance Enterprises, the leading provider of case management solutions for Vocational Rehabilitation, is pleased to announce the launch of its Aware Business Enterprise Program (BEP). Aware BEP, the next-generation program management tool, allows administrators to efficiently manage operations and finances resulting in more time to help blind individuals run successful businesses.

Developed and tested with accessibility in mind, Aware BEP is one of the only Cloud applications; offering Business Enterprise Programs a powerful and comprehensive software application with automation, reporting and federal compliance in a user friendly package.

Alliance Hosts 4th American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation User Group Meeting

Missoula, MT – Alliance Enterprises, the leading provider of case management solutions for vocational rehabilitation, unveiled new Aware Express for AIVR features today, including popular support for Apple Safari, Safari for Windows and Windows Surface tablet. More than 20 American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation (AIVR) professionals attended the fourth Aware Express User Group meeting, held in conjunction with the Consortia of Administrators for Native American Rehabilitation (CANAR) Conference.