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What is 4 Circles?

4 Circles - The Company 
The company 4 Circles was started in 2006 as a company offering solutions in various industry in Software Technology.  

The name 4 Circles was chosen for the various products offered by 4 Circles as shown in the slide show below:




4 Circles has offered innovative solutions to QWest Telecommunications in their QControl application, NREL in their Big Data for Solar Data Hub.

4 Circles has products like Word Frequency, Hobby Inventory.

4 Circles is forging ahead in training by posting blogs for non-technical and technical audiences. Soon they are forging ahead in complete tutorials for people. Our facebook page gives tips to maintain computer and laptops safely .

Finally, 4 Circles offers consulting, programming services off-shore and on-shore for their various clients:
Seimens, NREL, Qwest, CenturyLink, Nationwide Insurance, Wild Blue, Mastek, SUN, Nextel (now Sprint) etc. .


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