Reid & Wright

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After 20-plus years in service, and with few changes to its original design, Reid and Wright’s legacy accounting system had become slow, unreliable, and expensive—requiring a variety of manual processes and custom software just to keep it running—and keep the company competitive. Find out how TEC helped Reid & Wright find a best-fit solution to support the unique requirements of the lumber industry.
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