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Enmark installs 50th Eniteo system

July 2009 - Ann Arbor-based Enmark Systems, which specializes in creating and maintaining software for metal service centers, has announced that its new Eniteo Windows-based system is being utilized by 50 metal service centers and 30 branch locations.

Enmark has been developing accounting and management software specifically for metal service centers since 1983. The primary reason for the company's growth is its newly developed Eniteo system.

President John Bilek said the company has enjoyed an annual growth of between 10 and 15 percent since the new millennium and now supports 2,900 users throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Bilek expects Eniteo's growth to continue at an unprecedented rate.

"Enmark's new model ensures customers receive the latest features available," said Bilek. "With each new release and at no additional cost to the customer, we continue to make the system stronger."

Enmark has spent the last seven years re-inventing and rewriting its software using the Microsoft .net architecture.

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