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Eagle Creek Software Breaks Ground

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Eagle Creek Software Breaks Ground

The official groundbreaking for Eagle Creek Software Services was held Tuesday in Vermillion. Ken Behrendt, President of Eagle Creek said the new building is another big step for the company…

Behrendt says the partnership with the University of South Dakota was a key in the location of the facility…

Behrendt says they serve businesses all over the world with software applications…

The building is being built by the Vermillion Area Chamber and Development Company, and will be leased to Eagle Creek. It is expected to be done by late next year, and will house two hundred employees when fully staffed.

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