March 2012, Vol. 239 No. 3

Features

Adaptability Is The Name Of The Game

When George Mercer’s great-grandfather started hauling pipe with teams of mules in 1910, he put a lot of thought into the business that has become T.G. Mercer. But it’s a safe bet that developing software wasn’t among the things that weighed on him. That’s how far T.G. Mercer has come over the last century. George Mercer got involved with the family business at the age of 15, as a truck mechanic. After college, he returned in 1983 and began handling larger projects. In the 80’s, the business fundamentally changed with deregulation. George found himself searching for projects in a business that was shaped largely by demographics and geograph

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