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By | Team Register 14th August 2008 12:12

Integralis shrugs off credit crunch in H1

Integralis, the German-owned, IT security services firm, pumped out a H1 statement today, showing sales up 18.4 per cent to €80.4m (H107: €68m). As it's quoted in Germany, the firm is a little spare with the profit details. But it says operating profit was up 51.1 per cent and it notes a big uplift in cash flow from operating activities to €2.6m. And the biggest order backlog to date.

A country / region breakdown of sorts can be gleaned from the company's statement (in English).

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