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Absal Paul Selects Causeway Project Accounting

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia and DUBAI, UAE, February 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Leading international project management and contracting firm Absal Paul has selected Causeway Project Accounting software to support the management of an estimated €100 million worth of contracts in the Middle East.

Based in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Absal Paul was established in 2012 as a collaboration between Irish building and civil engineering contractor John Paul Construction and the Absal Group. The company is renowned for successfully executing complex projects through procurement models tailored to its clients' needs and catering to all sectors of the construction industry. It operates from its head office in Riyadh and international locations in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, London and Dublin.

Eddie Campion, Absal Paul Chief Operating Officer, recalled: "We required a solution that can effectively manage and control the costs and value of the construction projects our company have been awarded. Causeway has a strong reputation in the region and the advanced functionality of its software is ideally suited to our needs. We are now looking forward to implementing the system across our new contracts."

Causeway Executive Vice President Paul Madeira added: "We first engaged with Absal Paul when they were bidding for some very prestigious projects. We are delighted they have chosen our solution to support their business and contracts awarded which include The Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul), Haliburton, Boeing and General Electric (GE)."

Contact: Phil Auguste, VP of Marketing, +971(0)4-434-2119, [email protected].

SOURCE Causeway Middle East

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