Computer Technology Resources, Inc

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Computer Technology Resources, Inc. (CTR) is a global system integration company, providing business and technology solutions across enterprise-wide spectrum of systems and e-business application software. Founded in 1998, CTR has garmered an impressive track record of delivering successful results, with a noteworthy client list that includes mid-sized to Fortune 500 companies. We help local and global clients in a wide range of industries meet their tactical, strategic and business goals through successful, cost effective implementation, integration and support of leading enterprise software packages and technology infrastructure…

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