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Technology Evaluation Centers Inc. (TEC), the leading resource for impartial enterprise software selection, announced today that it will be holding a session at

processors compare  metals producers, distributors, and processors. MSCI has included a session in its upcoming Financial Executives Conference to address the pressing technology needs of its members. Today, many metals companies are in the process of evaluating their systems and are making decisions to purchase and install packaged software, either as an upgrade or as a first-time installation. Jorge Tsuboyama, TEC's Business Development Manager said, Our mission is to offer impartial advice, supported by our best

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