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  • Visual Studio
  • ASP.Net MVC Razor
  • ASP.Net Web Forms
  • C#, VB, ASP.Net
  • LINQ
  • .NET Framework 
  • MS SQL Server
  • Microsoft Access
  • Crystal Reports
  • Windows Forms
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Javascript
  • AJAX, JSON, JQuery
  • VSS
  • DotNetNuke
  • Macromedia Flash
  • Macromedia Fireworks
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver
  • Legacy Software and SQL based systems
  • CorVision


Since 1997 Cross Products’ mission has been to insure the computer systems of your organization are enabling and supporting your business processes and promoting your business’ success. We help our customers maximize ROI when it comes to IT.



James W. Cross
Jim began his software development career in 1983 with a Masters degree in Computer Science from USC - Columbia.  He worked as a consultant to DuPont - Charlotte for a number of years before moving to Pennsylvania where he worked for NCS/Sungard.  In 1995, he joined forces with Kaaren Stuck - forming Cross Products, Inc.  After operating remotely for their client for a few years, the company relocated to home offices in North Dakota where they continue to operate providing software development, web development and support services to various clients.
Kaaren L. Stuck

Kaaren began her software development career in 1985 with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.  After working for three years for Computer Task Group - Charlotte as a software contractor designing and implementing DuPont manufacturing systems, she hired on to DuPont as a business analyst and project manager. In 1991, she was relocated to Pennsylvania where she worked with a research company in a joint venture with DuPont.  From there, she worked as an independent consultant with NCS/Sungard and later as a consultant to DuPont-Fibers.  In 1997, she joined forces with Jim in the formation of Cross Products, Inc.  The newly formed company continued to provide consulting, analysis and development services to DuPont-Fibers.  (DuPont-Fibers was later organized as Invista and sold to Koch Industries.)  Cross Products, Inc. relocated to North Dakota in 2000 - where it continues to operate.


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