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Idaho, Netacent trying to sell its unemployment software to other states (access required)

A Boise software company that helped the state of Idaho build its new $7 million unemployment computer system is now trying to sell part of that service to other states. Until recently, Idaho’s unemployment system, which pays jobless benefits and collects unemployment insurance taxes from employers, was running on a patched-up 30-year-old system that ran on ...

About Brad Iverson-Long

Brad Iverson-Long is a reporter for the Idaho Business Review, covering banks, financial services, technology and new business.