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Visonex plans to expand with state grants, loan

Green Bay, Wis. Visonex will receive $109,000 in loans and grants from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce, the governor's office said. The company provides web-based disease management software for clinics.

Visonex said in a release that it plans to hire nine people as part of its current growth push, and that it has 10 employees now.

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 02/01/06


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