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MICROCODERS, INC. reaches out to mom and pop stores.

Added: (Tue Sep 05 2000)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Microcoders, Incorporated (a US Corporation based in Tucson, Aizona)has designed and developed a hot new and very affordable "repair/order taking" software solution for the (neglected and often overlooked) small mom and pop jewelers, shoe repair cobblers, dry cleaners and PC repair stores.

Michael McLane, Marketing Manager for Microcoders, Inc. Says "With over 14,000 small mom and pop Jewelers across America, our orders for our Diamond Express 1.0 software will no doubt go through the roof and position Microcoders, Inc. into a serious new business level that will get the big guns talking, standing and scratching their heads".

According to McLane, the corporate founders, Terry Neckar and Vern Pilling (both prior IBM Software Architects) provide unique and unprecedented resources and offer the small business an ingenious perspective on software issues and trends from around the globe". "Custom software design and development is also the key thrust along with superior programming abilities for the large organizations whom prefer to outsource.

Mclane went on to say further, "by reaching out to the small privately owned businesses, we definately realized quickly that few companies are tapping into that segment". "Clearly, the Mom and Pop business has been neglected and overlooked". "We will charge ahead to change all that".

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