HYDE PARK N.Y. For use at its main campus here, the Culinary Institute of America picked Eatec Corp.'s EatecNetX back-office software for use in 41 teaching kitchens and bakeshops, as well as in five public restaurants, the technology company said. Len Berg, CIA director of education services, said Web-based EatecNetX "will provide us with the technology we need to streamline our expanding inventories and operations" and "will give us a way to track actual class costs against what has ...
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