The BOS software is focused on making workplaces more productive and it launched the BOS360 work patterns platform in May.
Key aspects it looks at are the management of digital information, staff productivity and the security of information.
BOS Managing Director Michael Travia said: "We are delighted to have completed the sale of BOS' interest in these non-core, historic CRSA tenements.
"This sale is reflective of the fact that our focus is solely on the roll-out and development of our integrated suite of software.
"To this end, we continue to focus on driving sales and uptake of our launched BOS products, converting existing trials with implementations underway in Australia, London UK, Manila Philippines and San Francisco USA this month alone."
He confirmed the firm's attendance at two major industry events - the HR & Workforce Analytics Summit in San Francisco from June 19-20 this year, and as a platinum sponsor of the Big Data Summit at the Melbourne Convention Centre in Australia from August 20 to 22.
"Collectively, the BOS people and Company have laid a great foundation to build on and we look forward to the significant growth opportunities ahead."
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