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Softworld 2000: Show round-up

Despite the recent doom and gloom surrounding the accounting software market after a general fall in sales, poor results and job losses, Softworld Accounting & Finance provided vendors with the opportunity to bounce back.

The majority of stands reported positive feedback and an increase in new business since the beginning of the third quarter of the year.

Navision MD Yash Nagpal, said: ‘The buoyancy in the market is happening now and we expect this trend to continue up to Christmas.’

Meanwhile many companies said their resellers were beginning to adopt a positive attitude following the slow start to the year.

A spokesman for Agresso, added: ‘We are closing a high volume of new deals and the average value of these orders has risen from £250,000 to £300,000’.

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