Bond International Software secures contract with Academic Work

Bond International Software, the AIM-listed provider of software for the international recruitment and human resources industries, has won a contract worth more than 1.0m pounds with Academic Work, a temping agency specialising in Young Professionals in the Nordics.

Bond International Software, the AIM-listed provider of software for the international recruitment and human resources industries, has won a contract worth more than 1.0m pounds with Academic Work, a temping agency specialising in Young Professionals in the Nordics.

The agreement includes a Bond Adapt configuration team who will manage the specialist portfolio of recruitment applications required by Academic Work to advance their current and future recruitment software needs, Bond International Software said.

Daniel Wrangsj, Project Manager of Academic Work, said: "We are now able to manage any bespoke requirements of the software as and when we need them - this provides us with greater control of how our software performs for us as a business and enables the Bond Adapt team to support the high ambitions which we have for the future our business plans for expansion."

He added: "We have worked closely with Bond International Software over a long period of time and find the flexibility of the dedicated configuration team a real asset. This contract further strengthens our working relationship with Bond International Software."

Bond International Software's share price was up 1.52% to 67p at 11:29 on Wednesday.

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