UK technology company Misys has unveiled a 70% growth in revenue in its third
The software company, which provides IT to the financial sector, posted its
results this week to show that its Q3 revenue now stood at £193m and order
intake was now £121m
The growth could largely be attributed to the merger with US company
Allscripts, a medical record keeping software, earlier this year.
The company said that it was in line to deliver continued growth and targets
and that its net debt had fallen by £19m to £181m. It hopes to reduce its debt
figure by over 30% before the end of 2009.
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