Practice development news

August 1998
Accounting Technology;Aug98, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p8
Trade Publication
Presents newsbriefs regarding the United States accounting industry. Details on the plans of TexSys RD to consolidate value-added resellers to serve the middle market; Information on the expansion plans of Gemko Information Systems; Details on the award received by Friedman, Eisenstein, Raemer and Schwartz of Chicago as the Macola Software's 1998 Rookie of the Year; Details on the plans of the CCH and the Pacs Software company.


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