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Houston-based Quorum Business Solutions Inc., a software and consulting solutions provider for the energy industry, was selected by FPL Energy to coordinate land management activities in FPL's wind development group. The project includes implementation of Quorum Land Suite, Quorum Revenue Accounting and Quorum GIS. Quorum has agreed to implement a fully integrated land management, geographic information system mapping and revenue accounting system based on the latest Microsoft .NET technology.

Quorum's energy software suite is a set of integrated business applications designed for companies that produce, gather, transport, process and market oil, natural gas and other energy commodities. Integration of the suite allows the products to work together to facilitate straight-through processing.

For more information, visit qbsol.com

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