In a statement, Brady said that trading in the six months ended
Brady said its energy business unit has made "substantial progress" in signing seven deals in the period, including the migration of three clients to the go-forward platform, while the unit has also significantly reduced its cost base compared with the corresponding period last year.
Brady said that its commodities business unit has remained focused on delivering its "significant projects and recognising its backlog revenue". In addition, Brady reported "strong growth" in its recycling business unit.
"I am delighted at the momentum in the business, successfully delivering to our clients and signing new customers around the globe, resulting in both organic growth and increased margin," Chief Executive
"As the markets continue to focus on business efficiency, visibility, compliance and performance, our sales pipeline remains strong, affording me every confidence that we will be able to maximise on these opportunities," Lavelle added.
Brady shares were Tuesday quoted up 0.7% at
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