A field guide to computer consultants

July 1997
Inc.;Jul97, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p78
Describes the four broad categories that companies should look into when searching for outside expertise in office automation. Independent consultants; Value-added resellers; High-tech-temporary staffing agencies; Giant consulting firms.


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