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Penchant Software average salary is $48,853, median salary is $50,000 with a salary range from $40,000 to $55,411.
Penchant Software salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Penchant Software salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
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40,000
Average
48,853
Median
50,000
High
55,411
Total 3 Penchant Software Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More Info
Software Developer 50,000-50,000 Minneapolis, MN, 55401 2010 Penchant Software Software Developer Salaries (2)
Penchant Software Minneapolis, MN Salaries
Applications, Computer Software Engineers 55,411-55,411 Minneapolis, MN, 55401 2010 Penchant Software Applications, Computer Software Engineers Salaries (1)
Penchant Software Minneapolis, MN Salaries
Programmer 40,000-40,000 Hopkins, MN, 55305 2010 Penchant Software Programmer Salaries (1)
Penchant Software Hopkins, MN Salaries
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Penchant Software Information
  • Penchant Software Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Minneapolis, MN
  • Penchant Software recognized the opportunity created by the intersection of client server technology, wireless data and the Internet in 1993. The problem: many transportation, logistics and service companies were attempting to grow using 'home-built' or overly-sophisticated terminal and text based UNIX systems. The result: limited access to data, expensive development and maintenance costs, added time and frequent frustration. Penchant quickly created a series of stand-alone applications based on a common design framework. Now these applications and numerous other enhancements are seamlessly delivered in a single platform called dispatchOffice?.