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Wednesday June 12th, 2019

Perfony, a cure for acute meetingitis

At last, an end to meetingitis and email addiction. This tool facilitates the management of meetings and follow-up in businesses. Bouygues Construction’s new partner is Perfony, a software program that makes everyone’s life easier at work.

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