Statlistics Increases Tech File Offerings

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List management and brokerage firm Statlistics Inc. recently acquired seven 101 Communications hi-tech files in addition to the 10 it was already managing.


"We are very excited to grow our relationship with 101 Communications and increase our extensive roster of hi-tech files," said John F. Papalia, president of Statlistics Inc., Danbury, CT.


The newly managed files are Digital Age Database, Distributed Computing, ENT Magazine, Enterprise Linux Magazine, Enterprise Systems Journal, HP Professional and Internetwork Database.


Selections include geography, industry, job function, number of employees, operating systems, network protocols, software and development language.


Other 101 Communications files managed by Statlistics include Application Development Trends, C++ Report, Civic.com, Component Strategies, Federal Computer Week, Java Report, Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine, SIGS Conference Attendees, SIGS Publication: Application Developers and Syllabus.
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