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After a long spell at no better than a four-star rank in CAPS, enough top-performing members have recently turned to the bullish side of Zix
Although the company is tiny by comparison to its competitors, many CAPS members see a bright future for Zix's email encryption technology and believe that health care changes in the U.S. will drive demand for the company's e-prescription business. The company's PocketScript application allows physicians to order prescriptions electronically from pharmacies such as Walgreens
The company plans to focus on its email encryption business, where it's strengthening relationships with existing partners like Google
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