MarTech Systems, Inc.

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MarTech Systems, Inc.

Blue Ribbon Fair Management software from Martech Systems provides the total solution for your fair. From entries and exhibitor tracking, to market animal auctions, a software solution is available. First introduced in 1986, Blue Ribbon software is the most widely used fair management software available.A fully responsive new Online Entry Interface allows the exhibitor to enter on any size device such as a computer, tablet or smartphone. Register an entire family or group of exhibitors under one login.MarTech Systems was founded on the commitment of providing superior support for a quality product. Our 30 year history is evidence to this commitment. MarTech Systems stands unequaled in providing the most comprehensive and reliable software and support in the industry.
 
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fair management software, fairs, exhibitors, entries, entry, livestock, auction, premium, box office
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Developer of computer software for management of fairs, expositions, livestock shows, grandstands, theaters and performing arts centers. Blue Ribbon Fair Management and Youth Enrollment software and Folio Box Office software.
Date added: Thursday, December 31, 2015
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