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Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc. licenses GL Wand from Excel4apps

19 January 2011
Excel4apps announced that Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc., a publisher based in California, United States, has selected GL Wand to complement its Oracle Financial reporting toolset. Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc. engages in publishing automotive books in the United States. Its publications feature information relating to new and used cars, as well as used car values on various models of cars, trucks, and vans. The company also provides information relating to the purchase and sale of vehicles through its web site. It sells its products through bookstores and auto supply stores. The company was founded in 1918 and is based in Irvine, California. For more information about Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc., please visit www.kbb.com.
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