TechnologyAccounting SoftwareSpecialists form The Solutions Partnership

Specialists form The Solutions Partnership

Softworld Autumn 2005: Specialists join forces to provide advice to businesses

Three UK consultancy, audit, and systems management
specialists have joined forces to enable existing and prospective clients to
benefit from their combined broad range of capabilities and industry
experiences.

Albert Goodman, Atlas Business Group, and Hoge 100 have formed
an operational alliance branded as The Solutions Partnership. The combination of
the three firms provides the depth of experience needed to deliver efficient
workable and cost effective solutions across a broad range of sectors for medium
and large enterprises.

Visit the partnership at stand 341

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