The postponement concerns a perceived shortfall in profits and revenue. Problems with a proposed license agreement with one of AIT’s sales channel partners, and delayed revenue recognition from a license sale to CRM outsourcer Rossbank, means that AIT cannot recognise the value of the deals in this year’s accounts, as previously thought.
The accounting amendments were instigated by AIT’s auditor, Andersen.
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