Graphisoft Hungary sales up 30% in H1

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First-half sales in Hungary of Graphisoft SE, which develops building information modeling (BIM) software products for architects, interior designers and planners, rose 30% year-on-year to HUF 475 million, the unit of Germanyʼs Nemetschek told state news agency MTI on Monday.   

Graphisoftʼs sales in Hungary have climbed an average annual 40% over the past six years, noted MTI.

Péter Reicher, who oversees the Budapest-based companyʼs market in Hungary, said sales were lifted by the housing boom. About 90% of Hungarian architects use the companyʼs flagship product ArchiCAD, an architectural design software product, he added.

More than 500 people work for Graphisoft. The company has subsidiaries in Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain and Japan, and representative offices in Russia and Singapore.

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