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Campura inks deal with US developer

Campura inks deal with US developer

SOFTBRANDS, a global software leader for the manufacturing and hospitality industries, has partnered with Campura Systems Corp, a local company that provides management systems to hotels, banks, restaurants and telecom operators, Campura said.

 

The partnership would see SoftBrands Campura promote, sell and support SoftBrands' property-management software used by hotels around the world, including hotels in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, said Campura's chief executive, Volak Sao. He said the deal will allow Cambodian companies using Softbrands' Hotel Information Systems to work through Campura, instead of Thai partners.

Campura was founded in 2007, and its yearlong sales are around US$1 million. Campura Systems Corp expects to earn about US$500,000 from the SoftBrands software in the first 12 months and expects to see at least 100 percent growth every year, he said.

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