Systems Union has announced 8.5% growth in revenues for 2005, to £113m, ahead
of releasing its full year-end results.
The group, which provides financial software products including Pegasus and
SunSystems across the globe, grew strongly in the Asia-Pacific region, with a
22% increase in revenue, while UK and Ireland grew by 7%.
‘The trading highlights underscore our position as a leading global
mid-market brand,’ said chief executive Paul Coleman.
Systems Union’s share price climbed 7% this morning, to 147.75p.
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