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Four years of successful presence of SoftOne in Cyprus
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SoftOne Technologies, one of the most prominent software vendors in South Eastern Europe, and member of Olympia Group of Companies, concluded its four year of operation in Cyprus.
The company has been operating in the Cypriot Market since 2017, aiming to establish SoftOne as a top business software provider in the local market, counting already a clientele of over 250 companies. With modern facilities in Limassol and Nicosia, a highly experienced workforce, and a rapidly growing partner’s network, SoftOne is uniquely positioned to implement its innovative Cloud ERP and CRM solutions for a broad range of business sectors: from manufacturing and constructions to healthcare, wholesale-retail, and hospitality.
Despite the serious challenges that 2020 presented, SoftOne continued its growth path, recording positive rates for the 4th consecutive year. Τhe forecast for 2021 is equally auspicious as in the first quarter of the year, the company reports an increase in revenue (23%) and market share.
SoftOne’s innovative cloud solutions stand out from the pack as they contribute 80% of the company’s total installations. And its these cloud solutions that clearly lead the charge toward the transformation of Cypriot companies, assisting them in adjusting their business models while ensuring their seamless operation under any circumstances.
Οn the occasion of the four years of operation of SoftOne in Cyprus, the Country Manager of SoftOne Cyprus, Mr. Tryphon Papazoglou, stated: “SoftOne brought at the Cypriot market a new value proposition, setting digital transformation at the forefront. The trust that companies show in SoftOne’s Cloud solutions, is an important recognition of our entire ecosystem. Committed to our strategy, we are taking big steps towards our main goal: to evolve SoftOne, to a leading software vendors in Cyprus.”