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Cognito to sell MoneyWorks in US

Cognito to sell MoneyWorks in US

Auckland-based Cognito Software has entered into a strategic agreement with Argyle and Broadstreet to promote the sale of its MoneyWorks product to the American market. “With this agreement, we now have the foundation in place to establish a global footprint,” says Cognito Software managing director Dr Grant Cowie. “This will enable us to supply product and customer service locally within one of the world's largest economies.” Argyle and Broadstreet specialises in developing technology sales channels in North America. The company will be responsible for setting up channel distribution for the complete line of MoneyWorks products. Robert Broadhurst, president of Argyle and Broadstreet, says there is a pent up demand for these products in the US market.


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