Graphisoft closes successful first half of 2015

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The global turnover of Hungarian founded, Budapest-based Graphisoft grew by nearly 20% as compared to the previous year, according to a press release issued by the company. Meanwhile, the company鈥檚 Hungarian growth surpassed last year始s turnover by 30% the release notes.

The company鈥檚 most notable growth was in the American market, due in large part to strategic reorganization within the company. Growth at the Hungarian branch can be attributed to major government contracts, but there is also growing demand for the company鈥檚 products in the residential construction sector, the release added.

Graphisoft, which is headquartered in Budapest, develops computer-assisted software for architects, interior designers and planners and is present in over 100 countries worldwide. Approximatley 280 are employed at Graphisoft鈥檚 Budapest headquarters where strategic decisions are made and all R & D activities are carried out.

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