Norfolk tech firm buys health information unit

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Posted: Saturday, June 8, 2013 12:00 am

NORFOLK, Neb. — Sterling Computers, an information technology sales and services company based in Norfolk, has acquired Wide River Technology Extension Center.

Brad Moore, president of Sterling Computers, said he’s excited about the acquisition because serving the health care industry is a top priority of the company, and Wide River TEC is the health information technology consulting division of CIMRO of Nebraska.

“Our two organizations share many core beliefs and a passion for meeting the needs of our customers,” Moore said. “With this transaction, Sterling will be able to build on Wide River TEC’s expertise and experience in using health information technology to improve care and will allow us to provide an expanded array of services to deliver to health care clients.”

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