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Black Coffee Software is making great inroads

15 September 2005

Black Coffee Software is making great inroads

Wellington based Black Coffee Software is making great inroads into the United Kingdom market with its fine blend of express services.

The ambitious software development company recently strengthened its presence in Britain with a contract for Wax Info Ltd. The success of this work has seen Wax Info nominated for the Best use of outsourcing by an SME award in next week's prestigious UK National Outsourcing Awards (see attached press release). CEO Ian Prisk will attend the awards next week (he leaves on Thursday).

Black Coffee won the $300,000 contract with Wax Info following a scoping trip to the UK that was partially funded by the region's economic development agency, Positively Wellington Business. They anticipate growing their staff to 100 in the next 5 - 10 years.

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