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Statewide IT association will address IT issues and priorities

Madison, Wis. Information technology professionals in Wisconsin announced on Monday the formation of the Information Technology Association of Wisconsin, a forum for information exchange and issue advocacy by a sector that generates more than $14B in revenue and hires more than 55,000 employees, according to its founders.

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Full article >>> rnment on issues important to the tech sector through a separate entity, according to Marc Blazich, vice president and managing director of Greenbrier and Russell. One example of such an issue is the Menasha Corp. case, in which the Neenah-based company is fighting for a sales tax refund on the modification of an ERP installation.


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Eric Kleefeld is a writer for WTN based in Madison. He can be reached at eric@wistechnology.com.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Eric Kleefeld 06/20/05


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