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Dublin software firm Propylon expects revenue to double to $10million this year after it won a major deal with the Pennsylvania State Legislature in the United States. Propylon:

8th April, 2006

Dublin software firm Propylon expects revenue to double to $10million this year after it won a major deal with the Pennsylvania State Legislature in the United States. The state will use Propylon’s technology to automate the process of drawing up and amending legislation. Propylon:

The deal is worth more than $6 million to Propylon, which has about 60 staff in Ireland and the US, according to Paul McKeon, the company’s chief executive.

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