Persistent Systems trades positive

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | September 14, 2017 10:15 IST

Persistent Systems was trading at Rs 621 per share, up by Rs 2.35 or 0.38% as at 0944 hours on Thursday, on the BSE. The stock attracted a traded volume of 3,072 shares and traded value of Rs 19.07 lakh on the NSE.

Persistent Systems
Persistent Systems was trading at Rs 621 per share, up by Rs 2.35 or 0.38% as at 0944 hours on Thursday, on the BSE. The stock attracted a traded volume of 3,072 shares and traded value of Rs 19.07 lakh on the NSE.
 
Persistent Systems has joined hands with the Ohio Dept of Commerce to design and build the e-licensing system for tracking various industry licenses required by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program.
 
The system is expected to live early in 2018, will integrate with state’s larger e-licensing platform as well as state’s payment gateway (CBBOSS). Persistent will leverage its collaborative development center in Dublin, Ohio to set up the team, said the company in a BSE filing on Wednesday post market hours.
  
Persistent Systems Limited is engaged in the business of building software products. The company offers complete product life cycle services. Its segments include Infrastructure and Systems, Telecom and Wireless, Life science and Healthcare, and Financial Services.

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