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By | John Oates 7th June 2005 10:38

Fujitsu Services ups profits in '05

Good growth, good prospects

Fujitsu Services made a profit before exceptional items of £73.8m in the year ended March 31 2005, a decent increase on the £54.3m it brought in last year.

Total turnover was £1.986bn - 14.5 per cent up on last year. More work from the UK government and an upturn in new business, especially in retail and financial services, helped push growth.

Fujitsu claims its future order book is worth £6.2bn which will help push growth next year. Analysts at Ovum agree - their comments are here.

Read Fujitu's full press release here. ®

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