SOURCE: PPJ Enterprise

February 18, 2011 09:30 ET

PPJ Enterprise Announces That It Has Secured a $21,000,000 Workers' Comp Lien Collection Contract With a California Surgery Center

RENO, NV--(Marketwire - February 18, 2011) -  PPJ Enterprise (PPJ) (PINKSHEETS: PPJE), a leader in proprietary automated health care reimbursement cycle software (all specialties), online health information digital systems software and practice information management digital system software for health care providers and general businesses worldwide, has announced that its subsidiary, Professional Billing Service (PBS), has secured a $21,000,000 workers' comp lien collection contract with a surgery center in the Southern California area. The company forecasts this contract may yield in excess of $1,500,000 in additional revenue during the next 12 to 18 months.

"This new billing contract will provide additional milestones for the company's financial health during the year of 2011. We expect this contract to provide consistent cash flow to the company," noted Chandana Basu, CEO of PPJ.

PPJ Enterprise is traded under the symbol PPJE.PK

For more information please contact: PPJ Enterprise Management at (775) 348-5735, website: http://www.ppjenterprise.com/, email: info@ppjenterprise.com.

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