Freesoft wins Ft 92.8 mln contract
Monday, June 20, 2005, 00:00
Freesoft Rt, a Hungarian software developer, said it won an order worth Ft 92.8 million from the city of Bátonyterenye, Hungary business daily Napi Gazdaság reported. Budapest-based Freesoft will develop an e-government program for the city of Bátonyterenye, 60 kilometers (37 miles) northwest of Budapest, the company said in a stock-exchange statement. Freesoft will account revenue from the contract in this year's books. The deal is Freesoft's third government order this year, after signing an agreement Jan. 26 to upgrade Hungary's criminal records database, as part of a group led by France's Bull SA, and a May 30 contract to develop regional public administration software for the town of Marcali in southwest Hungary.