Comeva chooses Mandator's business system

9/5/2005, 11:01 AM (Source: GlobeNewswire)
The network building company Comeva chooses Mandator's project tool CENIT as its new business system.

Situated in the west of Sweden, Comeva is one of the country's
busiest contractors employed to carry out comprehensive broadband
development work and has grown very quickly over the past two years.

"We felt that we had grown out of our home-made solutions and we were
looking for a professional system that could deal with all our
business processes. At the same time we wanted to tie together our
local offices. CENIT will suit us perfectly", says Comeva's Managing
Director, Jan Hagenström.

The order consolidates CENIT's position as the market's leading
business system for medium-sized and large contracting companies.

For more information, contact:
Anders Jacobson, Business Development Manager Cenit,
Mandator, tel +46 13 37 48 20.
Jan Haneström, Managing Director Comeva, tel +46 31 55 89 00

About CENIT:
CENIT is a completely modular project management tool, intended
primarily for large and medium-sized companies that run all or part
of their business in project form. It includes modules for projects,
tenders, contracts, tender estimates, production calculations,
budgets, balancing/forecasting, accounted revenues and costs, graphic
activity and resource planning, document management, time reports and
support documentation for invoicing.
Mandator AB is an IT consulting company that improves clients'
competitive edge through technical stability and increased internal
and external efficiency. Mandator's priority sectors are the public
sector, the telecom industry and the manufacturing industry. Clients
include Apoteket, Ericsson, FMV (Swedish Defence Materiel
Administration), General Electric, Lantmäteriverket (Swedish National
Land Survey), NCC, various Swedish municipalities, Posten (Swedish
Postal Service), SAAB, Sandvik, Symbian, Tekniska Verken i Linköping,
Tele2, Vodafone, Volvo Car and Volvo Group. Mandator is listed on the
Stockholmsbörsen's O-list and has 430 employees in five countries.
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