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Rochester Business Journal
May 1, 2013

CXtec, a Syracuse technology integration company that recently expanded to Rochester, plans a recruiting event Thursday.

The recruiting event for those interested in inside sales opportunities is 4 to 7 p.m. at CXtec’s new office, at 345 Woodcliff Drive in Fairport.

Headquartered in Syracuse, the company was named to the 2013 list of “Central New York’s Best Places to Work.” The firm helps companies reduce the cost of their networking and technology infrastructure.

To register, visit www.cxtec.com/recruiting.

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