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SOFIA (Bulgaria), November 18 (SeeNews) - Bulgarian software company Stemo has signed a 4.4 million levs ($2.5 million/2.2 million euro) contract with Sofiyska Voda for the supply and integration of an enterprise resource planning system, the water utility servicing the Bulgarian capital said.
The contract was signed on October 29, Sofiyska Voda said in a notice on Monday.
Two companies tabled offers in the procedure for awarding the contract.
Sofiyska Voda was established in October 2000 under a 25-year concession contract for the operation and maintenance of Sofia's water supply and sewerage system. France's Veolia Water owns 77.1% of the company's capital, while the Sofia municipality holds a stake of 22.9%, according to data from Sofiyska Voda's website.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)