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rvices. And I think that makes a statement that technology is so important - having it as part of the president's role. So my expectation would be that we have seamless integration of our varied databases, so we can analyze key data and trends and technology offerings for our clients that align with corporate strategies and customer expectations. That's my number one expectation.

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 04/03/07


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