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Aepona seeks bigger market share with merger

The merger of Belfast software firm Aepona and Swedish company Appium will create a firm with annual revenues of about €25 million and almost 200 staff.

9th June, 2007

The merger of Belfast software firm Aepona and Swedish company Appium will create a firm with annual revenues of about €25 million and almost 200 staff.

The companies merged last week in a deal designed to give the enlarged firm - which retains the Aepona name - a bigger share of the market for software for telecoms operators.

Michael Crossey, vice president of marketing for Aepona, said the deal with Appium gave the firm ‘‘additional size...

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