Massachusetts Uses Radnet Software for IT Administration

The commonwealth of Massachusetts is using WebShare workgroup software from Radnet Inc., Cambridge, Mass., to manage the planning, administration and reporting of all of the commonweath's new IT projects. The application was customized by TeamShare Solutions Inc., a Radnet value-added reseller based in Rockland, Mass. Specifically, workgroup system will expedite the process of submitting IT project plans to the Information Technology Division of the commonwealth's Executive Office of Administration and Finance. The application went live on Jan. 6, 1997.

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