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Shared Logic Celebrates 30th Anniversary in Business

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Company credits RIMAS accounting program for its success.

Recycling Today Staff February 9, 2012
The Shared Logic Group Inc., Holland, Ohio, which was founded in 1982, is celebrating 30 years in business. The company provides recyclers with accounting and management software solutions and says it has more than 4,000 licensed users. Stephen Brown founded the company and serves as president, while Perry Jacobs serves as as executive vice president.
 
“We are grateful to have reached this significant milestone,” Jacobs says. “We could not have achieved it without the support of our clients, users, employees, developers and support staff. Our sincere thanks to them for granting us the privilege of working with them, and we look forward to continuing to do so in the years to come.”
 
According to Shared Logic, a key component of the company's software is its RIMAS (Recycling Industry Management & Accounting System) accounting program, which it introduced 30 years ago. Since the introduction of RIMAS, Shared Logic says it has improved and expanded its products to meet the needs of the market. Its services now include electronic document management and Web-based products. 
 
In addition to RIMAS, Shared Logic offers the following product expansions:
  • RIMAS MMC (equipment management costing);
  • RIMAS Online (online access for trading partners);
  • Trader Inquiry (access to company data); and
  • E-Doc Executive (electronic document storage and retrieval).
In addition to software products, Shared Logic says it has created integrated equipment add-ons that have streamlined certain procedures for the recycling industry. With Shared Logic’s products, recyclers now have the ability to capture signatures, finger prints and driver’s license information electronically and with add-ons that work with the RIMAS NT/P entry programs.
 
More information is available at www.sharedlogic.com
 
 

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