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By | Kelly Fiveash 22nd September 2009 09:42

RM sees sunny forecast thanks to busiest ever summer

No fake tan here

The educational software and services supplier RM has seen trading in line with expectations so far this year.

It reiterated the comments first made in May, which said that the company expects revenue to grow in FY-2009, thanks in large part to its participation in a number of Building Schools for the Futre (BSF) programmes.

RM said that its acquisition of US subsidiary Computrac should also help bump up sales for the year, which ends on 30 September 2009.

It added that the firm was looking for growth in RM's general resources biz.

"We are reaching the end of what has been the busiest ever summer period for the RM Group. Our focus at this time of year is on operational delivery, which I am pleased to report is going well in each of our three divisions," said RM boss Terry Sweeney. ®

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