Mississippi (MS) Computer Software Companies

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Software Data Systems Inc
931 Highway 80 W
Jackson MS 39204
(601) 353-9318
U S NEXT in Jackson, MS
6360 I 55 N
Jackson MS 39211
(601) 956-4770

U.S.NEXT is the largest web development firm headquartered in Mississippi.
Caff Inc
1084 Judge Sekul Ave.
Biloxi MS 39530
(228) 374-0078
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Optimal LLC
1821 Summertree Rd.
Starkville MS 39759
(662) 323-1007
Professional PC Solutions
6606 U S Highway 98 # 6
Hattiesburg MS 39402
(601) 450-2131
Horizons Software
1045 Baskin Dr.
Greenville MS 38703
(662) 332-7958
Rock IT Services
Diamondhead MS 39525

More than 31 years experience in the design and development of computer systems and database applications for Microsoft Access / SQL Server.
Edgarxfilings LLC
2392 Pinckneyville Road
Woodville MS 39669
(601) 888-7907
Opal Melvin
P.O. BOX 843
Booneville MS 38829
(662) 720-7297
Cyberburst LLC
5085 Romola Road
Hermanville MS 39086
(601) 415-7473
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