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By | Kelly Fiveash 14th November 2007 12:17

Integralis reports blissful nine months

'More realistic outlook' to follow

IT security vendor Integralis said today that revenue had grown by more than 15 per cent to €111m for the first nine months of this year.

It said profit also rose to €2.8m for that period, the same level achieved in the full year 2006, while recurring revenues from managed security and support services were said to be up 20 per cent.

It notched up earnings per share of €0.26 against €0.07 in 2006.

The firm said that, given its strong performance over the nine months combined with the fourth quarter being typically its busiest period, Integralis was confident to exceed expectations for 2007.

However, the firm's bullish predictions for the full year could yet be revised. It said in a statement that "a more realistic outlook is not yet available as many major project decisions will be made just before year end". ®

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