Positive start to 2018 for Qube, an MRI Software Company | 1 February 2018

This news story relates to Qube Global Software, one of our previous brands. For more information please read the press release.

We are delighted to announce that we have had a very successful start to 2018, with 7 new companies joining the Qube customer base in the first 4 weeks of the year.

Our new customers cover a range of sectors, including residential sales and lettings agents, property managers and corporate occupiers.

Our award-winning property management solution Qube PM has been selected by two Bournemouth-based property management companies; Rebbeck Brothers and Burns Property Management and Lettings Ltd. Whilst multinational electrical and telecommunications retailer Dixons Carphone have chosen to implement Horizon CRE, our corporate occupier solution, to manage their leased portfolio and adhere to IFRS16 requirements and regulations.

As known and trusted suppliers in the real estate industry, the coming together of Qube and MRI means our combined customer base now benefit from our collective expertise and expanding offerings to support all real-estate requirements.

It’s great to have these new customers on board, and we look forward to working with them and building our relationships moving forward.

We hope to see our customers, prospective customers and industry peers at many upcoming events in the following months. To view which industry events we will be attending and exhibiting at, click here.


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