SMT Software contracted to develop new functions for Bing

Friday 29 October 2010 | 14:39 CET | News
Polish software company SMT Software has won a two-year contract from Microsoft to develop new functions for Microsoft's Bing search engine, Polish daily newspaper Rzeczpospolita reports citing SMT president Sebastian Lekawa. SMT Software, a software house listed on the NewConnect stock market, has previously collaborated with Microsoft on other projects.

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Companies: Bing / Microsoft
Countries: World
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