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Recent Lexington Technology Salaries (January 16, 2017)
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  • Lexington Technology Inc
  • Industry: Software
  • City: Irvine, CA
  • Lexington Technology, Inc. consistently strives to understand customer requirements in the markets we serve for integrated business solution in the area of issuing, tracking and managing the identity of people and assets. Our ability to relate to customer needs in practical terms will allow us to continually develop and market easy to use, easy to implement, systems now and into the future. Our strategy of working with the "best in class" manufactures to develop application specific systems will provide the user with enhanced functionality at a reduced cost. This continuing commitment to produce state of the art systems