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resonate with someone

Fig. [for an idea, issue, or concept] to appeal to someone or cause someone to relate to it. The concept of wearing worn-looking clothing seems to resonate with young people. Your notion just doesn't resonate with the public in general.

resonate with

v.
1. To sound with some particular tone: The house resonated with the final chime of the grandfather clock.
2. To correspond closely or harmoniously with something: My ideas for the film resonated with what the producers had in mind.
3. To evoke a feeling of shared emotion or belief with someone: His book mostly resonated with young adults.
4. To feel shared emotions or beliefs with something or someone: Everywhere she speaks, millions resonate with her message.
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As a long-standing partner of OpenText, we are passionate about providing global clients the ability to bring together their data and business content, within the context of their business processes," said Greg Petti, senior director of product technology, Resonate Knowledge Technologies.
About Resonate Marketing: Resonate Marketing is a full service advertising and marketing firm that develops programs and campaigns that engage consumers to 'resonate' with products and services by differentiating and motivating audiences.
To ensure consistent performance of its online applications, NI selected Resonate Central Dispatch(TM) for traffic management.
About Resonate -- Founded in 1995, Resonate is the leading provider of application performance management solutions for business-critical application environments.
CONTACT: Eric Van Soldt of Resonate, +1-408-545-5522, or evansoldt@resonate.
Resonate is a member of the Sun Developer Connection Program, Sun ONE Partner Program, and Resonate products are SunTone Certified.
If Aprisma can navigate well with Resonate, both in market focus and product direction, while delivering tangible customer value, it has a strong chance to become a broader market leader.
Marino have served on the Resonate Board for 3 and 7 years, respectively, and their support and guidance have been essential in the evolution of the company.
In addition to over 500 customers, the Resonate relationship brings to Aprisma additional R&D, sales and marketing resources and several strategic partnerships.
With its growth rate over five years, Resonate has proven that its leadership has the vision and determination to succeed, and we at Deloitte & Touche salute their accomplishments.
Pursuant to the merger agreement, each outstanding share of Resonate common stock has been converted into the right to receive $1.
Using Resonate Commander, we are able to identify problems faster and avoid unnecessary calls into our help desk from end-users who are unable to access critical applications," said Charles Oliver, Director of Global e-Information Services at Eastman Chemical Company.
Purchasers continue to remain cautious about committing to significant infrastructure improvements in these times of uncertainty," said Peter Watkins, president and CEO of Resonate.
OSA) awarded Resonate Commander(TM) the Crossroads 2003 A-List Award for Performance Management for Java Applications.