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TEC Spotlight Report: Sage Accpac ERP
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: TEC Spotlight Report: Sage Accpac ERP TEC Spotlight Report: Sage Accpac ERP David Clark - January 20, 2010 Read Comments What does Accpac stand for? I ask Sage Accpac ERP s product marketing director Scott Pledger, during our phone call a few weeks ago. There s an extremely long pause at the other end of the line: it s practically an unfair question. After all, Accpac ERP was first developed 30 years, 3 companies, 3 brandings, and 6 product iterations ago. Accpac was launched in 1979 by the Basic
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