Chairman and acting chief executive
Weston said: ‘Signing up new customers was difficult with the situation
around the company last summer.
‘You’ve got people speculating whether the organisation is going to be around
in three months, if you are thinking of putting major elements of your
healthcare operations in that company you’re going to think twice. That has got
somewhat better in the second half.’
His comments came as iSoft reported pre-tax losses of £22m for the year to
April, compared with £344m last time.
The accounts were qualified by auditors Deloitte because of the FSA
investigation and significant doubts over the group’s ability to continue as a
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