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Boss Media AB (publ) Sells Gaming System to Bingo Entertainment Ltd.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Nov. 13, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- This week Boss Media (Other OTC:BMDIF) (Stockholm:BOSS) signed an agreement with Bingo Entertainment Ltd. -- owner of Websites such as Bingo Mega, Glamour Bingo, Main Street Bingo, Bingo Blowout and Bingo Splash -- making it one of the biggest bingo operators on the Internet.
ReadSoft and Oracle in Invoices Processing Collaboration
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Nov. 13, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- ReadSoft (Stockholm:RSOFb) and Oracle Sweden have initiated a collaboration enabling Oracle to offer a whole new set of products for automatic invoices processing within their business system, Oracle E-Business Suite. The solution has been developed in Sweden and has won recognition throughout the Oracle organization in Europe. For ReadSoft, it has already led to two contracts as Telia and Perstorp have decided to install the INVOICES-based software.
Atea Shows Positive Result Despite Weak Market
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Nov. 13, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- On a continuously very weak target market, Atea, the leading supplier of IT-products and connected services in the Nordic region, shows a result slightly below expectations for the third quarter 2002. The turnover was 1132 MSEK. The operating profit (EBITA) was 6 MSEK and earnings after net financial items was 0.4 MSEK. Atea's target group is the largest companys and organizations in each Nordic country. They have, as a consequence of the decline in the economy, generally continued to take a wait-and-see approach towards lager IT-investments.
Nordisk Renting Acquires Headquarters and Freight Terminal from DFDS Transport for MEUR 10.5
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, November 13, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Nordisk Renting Oy has acquired the headquarters of DFDS Transport Ltd. and its adjacent freight terminal in Vantaa outside of Helsinki for a total of EUR 10.5 million, the equivalent of almost SEK 100 million. In conjunction with the acquisition, an 18-year lease was signed between the parties. The sale is in line with the DFDS Transport Group's strategy of not tying up capital in properties, but rather creating economic and financial resources for growth.