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Information Management Solutions Provider OCI Announces Redesign of Corporate Web Site
Date:10/6/2008

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OCI has designed and delivered integrated health and productivity solutions to Fortune 1000 companies since 1984. Using secure web-based applications, a flexible, client-centric approach and deep industry experience, our solutions transform data into information and knowledge, giving our customers the power to increase administrative efficiency, reduce expenditures and improve productivity.

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