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Iain Hopwood, Media Manager
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EPS Software Corp. Named Finalist for Houston Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” Award

Houston, TX – September 10, 2013… EPS Software Corp. announced today that it has been named a finalist for the Houston Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” award.

For more than a decade, the Houston Business Journal has recognized the Best Places to Work in Houston. EPS Software Corp. was named a finalist for the 13th instance of the award under the Companies With 10 to 100 Employees category.

The award recognizes the best places to work in Houston based upon employee feedback. The rankings are based on the scores from a month-long employee engagement audit conducted by third-party expert Quantum Workplace.

Winners of the Houston Business Journal “Best Places to Work” award will be announced at an awards luncheon October 10, 2013 at the Hilton Americas and featured in the Houston Business Journal Best Places To Work focus section that publishes October 11, 2013.

About CODE Magazine and EPS Software
Founded in 1993 by Markus Egger, EPS Software Corp, has become the world’s premier provider in high-tech consulting and customer software services. The staff and contractor network at EPS Software are industry renowned experts; and have earned and maintained more Microsoft MVP Awards than any other company. Markus Egger, founder and president of EPS/ CODE, is the Microsoft Regional Director (RD) for the US Gulf Coast Region. EPS Software also publishes CODE Magazine (the Leading Independent Developer Publication). CODE Magazines’ focus is technologies such as .NET, Visual Studio, JavaScript, IOS, and Android Development. In addition, CODE Magazine owns CODE Consulting, CODE Training, and other CODE divisions.

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