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Sage Computer Support back Gippsland.com
Local backing promotes the Portal
By Emma Kae - 2nd November 2001 - Back to News
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Above: The team at Sage Computer Support give the nod to Gippsland.com
The team at Sage Computer Support have shown their backing of the Gippsland.com Portal project by voicing their support for the website.
The promotion from Sage Computer Support illustrates backing from a technologically advanced local company - offering wary potential users knowledge that the project is technically sound and user-friendly.
Encouragement to list on the business directory, straight from a thriving local business that has already added its presence to the website, has proved appealing to viewers.
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