Con­tract suc­cess for com­puter com­pany

New work project is worth tens of thou­sands of pounds

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Business - By Paul Grin­nell paul.grin­nell@jpress.co.uk Twit­ter: @PTPaulGrin­nell

A grow­ing hi-tech com­pany in Peter­bor­ough has just se­cured a pres­ti­gious new con­tract worth tens of thou­sands of pounds. Ka­marin Com­put­ers, in Wel­beck Way, has been given the green light by con­struc­tion firm Prince­build, of Emp­son Road, Peter­bor­ough, to com­plete the next de­vel­op­men­tal stage of its job man­age­ment sys­tem.

Known as Con­tract Man­ager and orig­i­nally in­stalled by Ka­marin eight years ago, the soft­ware al­lows Prince­build to cre­ate and mon­i­tor jobs, raise costs as­so­ci­ated with those jobs and sales in- voices and­sched­uleengi­neer ap­point­ments.

The update gives Prince­build greater vis­i­bil­ity of its in­ter­nal costs.

Ge­orge Smith, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor at Ka­marin, said; “Part­ner­ing with suc­cess­ful lo­cal com­pa­nies such as Prince­build is key to our fu­ture growth and pros­per­ity.

Prince­build di­rec­tor Mat- thew Pud­ney said: “Con­tract Man­ager is in­te­gral to the busi­ness, en­sur­ing we work ef­fec­tively­across­man­y­d­if­fer­ent cus­tomers in an in­creas­ingly di­verse in­dus­try.”

A. Spousal main­te­nance is the on­go­ing obli­ga­tion of one spouse to pay pe­ri­od­i­cal pay­ments to the other spouse upon di­vorce, nul­lity or ju­di­cial sep­a­ra­tion.

Spousal main­te­nance of­fers as­sis­tance where­oneparty to the pro­ceed­ings may be fi­nan­cially weaker upon sep­a­ra­tion and re­quires some fi­nan­cial sup­port.

Spousal main­te­nance can be in ad­di­tion to child main­te­nance.

Spousal main­te­nance may beap­pli­ca­ble­where, forex­am­ple, there is a long mar­riage and one party has sac­ri­ficed a ca­reer, and there­fore an in­come, dur­ing the mar­riage.

Pe­ri­od­i­cal pay­ments can ei­ther last for a set pe­riod of time or can last for life de­pendin­gonwhichis­ap­pro­pri- ate in the par­ties’ par­tic­u­lar cir­cum­stances.

The­cri­te­ria for such­main­te­nance will de­pend upon a num­berof­fac­tors, anex­am­ple be­ing, the needs of one party as against the abil­ity to pay of the other party.

Spousal main­te­nance is quite a com­plex area and He­garty Solic­i­tors would­be­happy to ad­vise you fur­ther.

Ge­orge Smith, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of Ka­marin Com­put­ers.

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