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By | Team Register 29th March 2006 11:19

It's springtime for Computerland

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Computerland issued an upbeat trading statement today saying that business in the second half is running ahead of its expectations.

The Nottingham-based reselling and services firm said it was seeing strong growth in its managed services business and now expects profits for the year to come in ahead of the market’s expectations.

The bullish forecast follows a disappointing first half for Computerland. Back in December, it reported half-year revenues slipped on the back of lower product sales. Turnover for the six months to 31 October was down 10 per cent to £26.9m and profit before tax was £0.8m.®

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