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25 September 2008

Qube Global Software, a leading supplier of property and facilities management software are opening the doors of their London office on 4th and 5th November 2008. The two day exhibition will be the ONLY Property and Facilities Management software exhibition in the UK in 2008.

The exhibition will be an opportunity to see three leading software solutions for property and facilities management all under one roof. Horizon, a web-development property, accounting and asset management solution for investors and occupiers; Planet, a functionally rich and user friendly facilities management software designed for both in-house facilities managers and FM contractors and Qube, a comprehensive and powerful property database, rental management and accounting tool.

Qube Global Software provides a unique approach to facilities management. Over the last 30 years they have helped thousands of customers, from small investors through to global corporations, manage every aspect of their properties. Their solutions can bring increased revenue, increased efficiency, reduced costs and full access to vital information for each and every sector of the property industry.

The event is free to attend and is spread over two days so attendees are welcome to attend specific sessions or just drop in for a chat whenever they like. Not only is there the opportunity to see and hear about the software but also a chance to speak with industry experts to learn how technology could enhance your business.

For further information on the event or to register your attendance please go to or register by phone by calling 0207 726 3200.

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