HOYLU AB: HOYLU RECEIVES NEW ORDERS FROM PARTNER IN RUSSIA
Stockholm, Sweden, March 24, 2020 – Hoylu, a leading enterprise collaboration company announced today that it has received new orders from Polymedia, a leading integrator and software developer and Hoylu`s partner in the Russian market. The company brings together offices in 11 cities in Russia and the CIS, as well as a dealer network of more than 700 partners across the Russian Federation.
The new orders, in addition to smaller orders received earlier in the month, brings the total order amount received from Polymedia in March to SEK 530,000.
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