Detica chairman Chris Conway said in the company’s AGM trading statement today that ‘the business is trading well and in line with our growth expectations.’
The CRM services provider, which listed on the London Stock Exchange in April 2002, has recently won a £2m contract in the national security market and taken on clients such as Prudential and Eurostar.
Shares in Detica currently stand at 347.5 pence, a two-percent improvement on yesterday’s trading.
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