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Chambers Townsend launches stakeholder software

Software consultants Chambers Townsend has launched a new software system in anticipation of stakeholder.


It says the system will give an appropriate platform from which industry players, third party suppliers and employers will be able to develop and deliver workable stakeholder solutions in advance of 2001.


The system will be branded under the name e-stakeholder.

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