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Endiva Software average salary is $41,600, median salary is $40,000 with a salary range from $28,000 to $72,000.
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Computer Support Specialist 28,000-72,000 Rockville, MD, 20847 2010 Endiva Software Computer Support Specialist Salaries (3)
Endiva Software Rockville, MD Salaries
Computer Programmer 40,000-40,000 Vienna, VA, 22180 2010 Endiva Software Computer Programmer Salaries (1)
Endiva Software Vienna, VA Salaries
Software Engineer 40,000-40,000 Rockville, MD, 20847 2010 Endiva Software Software Engineer Salaries (1)
Endiva Software Rockville, MD Salaries
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Endiva Software Information
  • ENDIVA Software Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Rockville, MD
  • ENDIVA is a Delaware-incorporated company. It originated from CON-NET Communications Corporation ("CON-NET"), which was founded in 1995, focusing on delivering system solutions (integrating IT, telecom, and interactive media) to large and small companies on project basis. Many of the projects involved using Internet technology as an interface or a core platform in a solution. By 1999, the management of CON-NET conceived the opportunity of using its accumulated technology and customer know-how to develop a web-based business solution for SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises). In 2000, ENDIVA was spun off from CON-NET and has been focusing on pursuing this business opportunity....