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Trio signs order with a Vodafone company worth SEK 7.5 million regarding mobile office solutions
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, June 5, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Trio signs yet again an order with a Vodafone (NYSE:VOD) company. The order is a breakthrough for Trio's solutions outside of Europe. The order means that Vodafone's Mobile office service is complemented with Trio Network Attendant, a sophisticated attendant workplace, call forwarding functions and message handling. The order is in line with Trio's strategy to focus on mature and highly penetrated mobile telephony markets.
ReadSoft Accelerates Business for the Australian Financial Industry
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, June 5, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- ReadSoft: State Super Financial Services (SSFS), one of Australia's leading financial planning and fund management organizations, has turned to ReadSoft to automate their document processing. This is another success story for ReadSoft in the Australian Finance & Banking Sector. Last year, a prestigious agreement was signed with another leading international financial services provider AMP. The SSFS deal is worth approximately 150,000 USD.
Saab: AerotechTelub Signs New Contract with Elekta
LINKOPING, Sweden, June 5, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- AerotechTelub and Elekta are continuing to strengthen their collaboration. The parties have entered into a new business agreement covering several years for the continued production of the Leksell Gamma Knife laser knife by AerotechTelub.
Tredje AP-fonden: AP3 Appoints Managers of U.S. Small and Midcap Equities
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, June 5, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Tredje AP-fonden: The Third Swedish National Pension Fund (AP3) has appointed managers of U.S. small and midcap equities. The total value of the mandate amounts to 380 million USD. The mandate is divided into equal size mandates of 190 million USD between Axa Rosenberg Investment Management Ltd and Batterymarch Financial Management Inc. The reference index for the two mandates is Russell 2500 (ex REITs). The portfolios will be managed locally in the U.S. The two managers have investment styles that complement each other well, contributing to the risk diversification of the portfolio.