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pMDsoft Announces Release Version 3.0
ATLANTA, Feb. 24, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- pMDsoft, the leading developer of wireless applications that help today's mobile physicians streamline their entire practice from point-of-care through reimbursement, announced today the latest release of its software solution for hand held devices. The new release is based on feedback and ideas from their client base and includes several key updates and enhancements to the software.
CorpHQ Engages SG Martin as Investment Banker
REDONDO BEACH, Calif., Feb. 24, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- CorpHQ Inc. (Pink Sheets:COHQ) announced today that it has retained S.G. Martin Securities, LLC, of Rocky Point, New York to serve as a non-exclusive investment-banker. S.G. Martin, retained for a one-year period commencing February 14, 2005, will assist in implementing CorpHQ's strategic business and capital formation plans and programs. S.G. Martin will also assist the company in expanding its relationship with the brokerage community.
Semcon Acquires the Illustration Company Pentech International
GOTEBORG, Sweden, Feb. 24, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Semcon AB (publ) has acquired the reputable illustration company Pentech International Ltd. This opens the door to international partnership deals within Semcon's business area Informatic. The acquisition places Semcon in Oxford, England, close to the automobile industry. Pentech has over a long period of time been a preferred supplier of technical information to customers such as Jaguar Cars, Land Rover, Saab Automobile, MG Rover, Scania Trucks and Nissan Motor Manufacturing. The acquisition will add 20 technical information specialists. Semcon already has 60 consultants in the UK, specialising in vehicle design for the global automobile industry.
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Vodafone Sweden and Actaris Forge Partnership for Automatic Electricity Meter-Reading
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Feb. 24, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Vodafone Sweden has concluded a partnership deal with Actaris, one of the world's leading manufacturers of electricity meters and systems. The two companies have joined forces to provide power companies with a package solution including a new type of electricity meter (with inbuilt SIM-card) which can be read automatically via Vodafone Sweden's mobile network. The move was motivated by new legislation that will require Swedish power companies to read all their electricity meters at least once a month by 2009.