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Byer California licenses GL Wand from Excel4apps

7 October 2011
Excel4apps announced that Byer California, a women's clothing company based in San Francisco, CA, United States, has selected GL Wand to complement its Oracle Financial reporting toolset. Founded in 1964, Byer California is a family-owned garment company that designs and manufactures high quality, trend-driven clothing in junior, misses and girls sizes for major department and specialty stores. Known for bringing the latest fashions to the marketplace at affordable prices, Byer California products include blouses, skirts, pants, sweaters, dresses and coats. For more information about Byer California, please visit www.byer.com.
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