taigle

taigle

(ˈteɪɡəl)
vb
1. (tr) to entangle, impede, or delay
2. (tr) to confound or outsmart
3. (intr) to dawdle
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Ay, man, ye shall taigle many a weary foot, or we get clear!
[UKPRwire, Wed Jul 29 2015] Exostar, an innovative information technology company offering cloud-based solutions that enable secure, cost-effective business-to-business collaboration, and Taigle mySignatureBook, a leading digital workflow provider in the life sciences industry, today announced a partnership that integrates Taigle's mySignatureBook (MSB) with Exostar's Life Sciences Identity Hub.
MSB has been developed by pharma, for pharma, leveraging Taigle's deep domain expertise obtained from over a decade of serving the life science and healthcare industries.
"We joined Exostar's Partner Program because of our shared commitment to providing improved solutions and advanced technological capabilities to the life science and healthcare industries," said Armeet Sandhu, Taigle's Managing Partner.
"Taigle's mySignatureBook helps parties collaborate with confidence, allowing them to avoid the risks and cost and schedule inefficiencies that often accompany manual document signature.
Herndon, VA, July 23, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Exostar, an innovative information technology company offering cloud-based solutions that enable secure, cost-effective business-to-business collaboration, and Taigle mySignatureBook, a leading digital workflow provider in the life sciences industry, today announced a partnership that integrates Taigle's mySignatureBook (MSB) with Exostar's Life Sciences Identity Hub.
[USPRwire, Tue Jul 21 2015] Exostar, an innovative information technology company offering cloud-based solutions that enable secure, cost-effective business-to-business collaboration, and Taigle mySignatureBook, a leading digital workflow provider in the life sciences industry, today announced a partnership that integrates Taigle's mySignatureBook (MSB) with Exostar's Life Sciences Identity Hub.