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Kopis celebrates growth on its own terms

Andrew Kurtz, president and CEO of Kopis. Photo: Will Crooks/Community Journals

Furman alumnus Andrew Kurtz ’87 took a circuitous route on his way to leading custom software development company Kopis, now celebrating its 20th anniversary. The accounting graduate tried public accounting for a couple of years, took on the role of controller for a time, started an industrial automation company, and dabbled in software development before he learned that solving problems for businesses was his passion. He talks about the ups and downs of his journey in an article appearing in Upstate Business Journal.

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