In a statement to shareholders ahead of the company's annual general meeting, the AIM-quoted supplier of software to the recruitment industry said it remains confident of making further progress in all of 2014.
In a statement at the end of April,
The company said its largest division, Dillistone Systems, has continued to sign up new clients, particularly subscription-model contracts, but said the contracts will provide revenue growth only over the longer term, rather than boosting its first half results.
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