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CommSoft Group Wins Biggest Single Order

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CommSoft Group Wins Biggest Single Order

Kiwi Firm’s Software Preferred Choice Of World-Leading Management Consultancy


Auckland, November 2-Auckland-based CommSoft Group Ltd today announced it had signed a GBP 500,000 deal in the United Kingdom with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young.

Cap Gemini is recognised as one of the world’s top tier management and IT consulting firms, and its choice of CommSoft’s CallMaster software for its clients represented a huge endorsement, said Rodney Martin, CommSoft Chief Operating Officer, Worldwide.

Cap Gemini clients will install CallMaster as its favoured tool for improving office telephone communications management.

Cap Gemini clients who have already installed CallMaster in the United Kingdom include the Honda Motor Corporation and LeasePlan UK.

“The sheer scale of the deal is very pleasing, but we are also delighted with the credibility it gives CommSoft,“ Mr Martin said.

“This is a global partnership with one of the world’s top-tier management consultancies. It is a terrific endorsement of the product’s value, and gives us added leverage for the product roll out in new markets.”

The contract marked CommSoft’s largest single order, and to win it the firm had to beat international competitors.

A leading telecommunications software developer, CommSoft has become a multinational niche provider of software that helps managers to better understand and control the increasing costs of communications.

CallMaster was developed to enable managers to monitor telephone costs, the speed of response to calls, and the numbers of abandoned calls from customers who give up waiting or encounter busy lines.

CommSoft Group Ltd listed on the New Zealand and Australian Stock Exchanges in September.

The convergence sector of information technology and telecommunications that the company operates in is one of the fastest growing in communications technology. Since it was founded in 1997 CommSoft has established nine offices in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and the United Kingdom and sold 9000 copies of software in over 20 countries.

About CommSoft Group Limited
CommSoft Group Limited is an international leader in the development of niche software products for the telecommunications industry.
CommSoft develops and markets leading edge telecommunications software to help small to medium enterprises make better use of their telecommunications equipment through better cost management, increased staff productivity and improved customer service. Its products are bundled with products and services by some of the world's largest telecommunications suppliers.

More information on CommSoft is available on the web at
www.commsoftgroup.com

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