SkyTECH Solutions

July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p111
Trade Publication
Provides information on Schaumburg, Illinois-based SkyTECH Solutions, a provider of systems integration and software development services for the hospitality industry. Offer of information technology (IT) consulting to clients; Delivery of high-quality product and service solutions through a cost-effective global delivery model.


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