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Gentrack posts $8.7M loss on CA Plus write-down

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 23 May 2019
Gentrack posts $8.7M loss on CA Plus write-downUtilities software specialist Gentrack Group has reported an $8.7 million first-half loss after writing off the value of airport software developer CA Plus it acquired in 2017.The company, which provides billing and customer management...
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